"Learn everything you can, anytime you can, from anyone you can - there will always come a time when you will be grateful you did.” Sarah Caldwell
ludicrously :causing laughter because of absurdityprudently :careful in providing for the futurerecuperating :to regain health or strengthlugged : to pull or carry with forceshoved : to push roughlywhisked :to sweeping strokeinstilled : to put in drop by dropscoffing :mock or jeeraccolade:any award ;honourconcedes ; to admitaptitude :capability; abilityperks :informalincentives:something that incites or tends to incite to action or greater effort, as a reward offered for increased productivity. concurrently:occurring or existing simultaneously or side by sideconsecutively :marked by logical sequenceJacques
ludicrously: completely unreasonable,stupid or unsuitableprudently:sensible and careful.especially by trying to avoid unnecessary risksrecuperating:to get better again after an injury or illnesslugged:to pull or carry something heavu with difficultyshoved:a strong pushwhisked:to take someone away qucikly from a placeinstilled:to teach someone a way of thinking or behaving over a long period of timescoffing:to laugh at a person or idea and talk about them in a way that shows you think they are stupidaccolade:praise for someone who is greatly admired or a prize given to them for their workconcede:to admit that something is true or correct although you do not wish it was trueaptitude:natural ability or skill,especially in learningperks: something that you get legally from your work in addition to your wages,such as goods,meals or a carincentives:something that encourages you to work harder ,start new activities,etcconcurrently:existing or happening at the same timeconsecutively:consecutive numbers or periods of time follow one after another without any interruptions
ludicrously:causing laughter because ofabsurdity; provoking or deserving derision; ridiculous; laughableprudently:wise or judicious in practical affairs; sagacious; discreet or circumspect; sober. recuperating:to recover from sickness or exhaustion; regain health or strength. reciprocating:to cause to move alternately backward and forward. lugged:to pull or carry with force or effort: to lug a suitcase upstairs.shoved:to move along by force from behind; push.whisked:to move with a rapid, sweeping strokeinstilled:to infuse slowly or gradually into the mind or feelings; insinuate; injectscoffing:to speak derisively; mock; jeer accolade:a light touch on the shoulder with the flat side of the sword or formerly by an embrace, done in the ceremony of concedes:to acknowledge as true, just, or proper; admitaptitude:capability; ability; innate or acquired capacity for something; talentperks:to become lively, cheerful, or vigorous, as after depression or sickness incentives:something that incites or tends to incite to action or greater effort, as a reward offered for increased productivity.concurrently:occurring or existing simultaneously or side by sideconsecutively:following one another in uninterrupted succession or orderFor receprocating, it is not receprocating but reciprocating.
Gregory Ler Jun Kai ludicrously: causing laughter because of absurdityprudently: wise or judicious in practical affairsrecuperating: recovering from sickness or exhaustionreceprocating:to cause to move alternately backward and forwardlugged: to pull or carry with force or effortshoved: to push roughly or rudelywhisked: to move with a rapid, sweeping strokeinstilled: to put in drop by dropscoffing: an expression of mockery, derision, doubt, or derisive scornaccolade: any award, honor, or laudatory noticeconcede: to acknowledge as true, just, or proper; admitaptitude: readiness or quickness in learning; intelligenceperk: to put oneself forward briskly or presumptuouslyincentives: inciting, as to action; stimulating; provocativeconcurrently: acting in conjunctionconsecutively: following one another in uninterrupted succession or order; successiveI think all of us found the meaning from the same website so don't be surprised. And one more thing, it is not recEprocating but recIprocating.
ludicrouly: causing laughter because of absurdityprudently: wise or judicious in practical affairsrecuperating: to recover from sickness or exhaustion regain health or strength./to recover from financial loss. receprocating:to cause to move alternately backward and forward./to give, feel, etc., in return.lugged:to pull or carry with force or effort./to introduce or interject in an inappropriate or irrelevant manner.shoved:to move along by force from behind; push./to push roughly or rudely; jostle.whisked:to move with a rapid, sweeping stroke./to sweep (dust, crumbs, etc., or a surface) with a whisk broom, brush, or the like./to draw, snatch, carry, etc., lightly and rapidly.instilled:to infuse slowly or gradually into the mind or feelings, insinuate, inject./to put in drop by drop.scoffing:to speak derisively; mock; jeer./to mock at; deride.accolade:any award, honor, or laudatory notice./a light touch on the shoulder with the flat side of the sword or formerly by an embrace, done in the ceremony of conferring knighthood. concedes:to acknowledge as true, just, or proper; admit./to acknowledge before it is officially established./to grant as a right or privilege; yield.aptitude:capability; ability; innate or acquired capacity for something; talent./readiness or quickness in learning; intelligence./the state or quality of being apt; special fitness.perks:an advantage or extra thing, such as money or goods, which you are given because of your job.incentives:something that incites or tends to incite to action or greater effort, as a reward offered for increased productivityconcurrently:occurring or existing simultaneously or side by side./acting in conjunction; cooperating./having equal authority or jurisdiction./accordant or agreeing./tending to or intersecting at the same point./something joint or contributory.consecutively:following one another in uninterrupted succession or order; successive./marked by logical sequence./ expressing consequence or result.
ludicrously-causing laughter because of absurdity; provoking or deserving derision; ridiculous; laughable: a ludicrous lack of efficiency.prudently-1.wise or judicious in practical affairs; sagacious; discreet or circumspect; sober.recuperating-to recover from sickness or exhaustion; regain health or strength;to recover from financial lossreciprocating-to move alternately backward and forwardlugged-to pull or carry with force or effortshoved-to move along by force from behind; push;to push roughly or rudely; jostle.whisked-to move with a rapid, sweeping stroke;to draw, snatch, carry, etc., lightly and rapidlyinstilled-to infuse slowly or gradually into the mind or feelings; insinuate; inject: to instill courtesy in a child;to put in drop by drop.scoffing-to speak derisively; mock; jeeraccolade-any award, honor, or laudatory noticeconcedes-to acknowledge as true, just, or proper; admitaptitude-capability; ability; innate or acquired capacity for something; talent;readiness or quickness in learning; intelligence;the state or quality of being apt; special fitnessperks (n)-an incidental payment, benefit, privilege, or advantage over and above regular income, salary, or wages;a gratuity or tip;something demanded or due as a particular privilege-a right, immunity, or benefit enjoyed only by a person beyond the advantages of mostincentives-something that incites or tends to incite to action or greater effort, as a reward offered for increased productivityconcurrently-occurring or existing simultaneously or side by side;consecutively-following one another in uninterrupted succession or order; successive;marked by logical sequence
ludicrous-Laughable or hilarious Sentence:On film, however, the story quickly becomes ludicrous.prudent-Careful in regard to one's own interests; providentSentence:However, it seemed prudent to leave all our options open.recuperate-To return to health or strength; recover.Sentence:Still recuperating herself she helped to nurse david through a very serious time following the transplant.reciprocate-To show, feel, or give in response or return.Sentence:Reciprocates in the only way he knows how tolugged-To pull something with difficultySentence:He lugs his suitcase upstairs.shoved-to push forwardSentence-You can then shove the whole lot into a tubewhisked-To move or cause to move with quick light sweeping motions.Sentence- The taxi whisked us to the airport.instilled-To pour in (medicine, for example) drop by drop.Sentence:Whatever the film evoked in our feelings for jesus, it did not instill any sense of gratitude to god.scoff-To mock Sentence:When Tom was playing a basketball game,he scoffed at the other team since they scored, so he booed.accolade-An expression of approval; praiseSentence:I will then identify the ways we can identify whether or not a school deserves the accolade of being a good school.concedes-Admit that something is true or valid after first denying or resisting it.Sentence:However, the government finally conceded to the prisoners ' demands.aptitudeperks (n)-an advantageSentence:Having such easy access to some of the best cinema and theatre is one of the perks of living in Sydney.incentives-inciting, as to action; stimulating; provocative. Sentence:The freedoms they offer provide a new incentive for all to improveconcurrently-occurring or existing simultaneously or side by sideSentence:I am concurrently enrolled in both high school and community college.consecutively -continuouslySentence:She will serve two or four year terms consecutively.Ayisha
ludicrously: so unreasonable that you cannot take it seriouslyprudently: sensible and careful when you make judgements and decisions to avoid unnecessary risksrecuperating: to recover your health, strength or energy after being sickreceprocating: to move backwards and forwards in a straight linelugged: to carry or drag something heavy with a lot of effortshoved: to push somebody or something in a rough waywhisked: to move with a rapid, sweeping strokeinstilled: to make somebody feel, think or behave in a paticular way over a period of timescoffing: talking about somebody or something in a way that makes it clear that you think they are stupidaccolade: to praise or an award for an achievement that people admireconcedes: to admit that something is true aptitude: natural ability or skill at doing somethingperks (n): something you receive as well as your wages for doing a particular jobincentives: something that encourages you to do domethingconcurrently: existing or happening at the same timeconsecutively: continuously
ludicrously : completely unreasonableprudently : sensible and careful when you make judgmentsrecuperate :recoverreciprocating:to cause to move alternately backward and forward. Lugged :to pull or carry with force shoved : to push roughlywhisked : to move with a rapid, sweeping strokeinstilled :to infuse slowly or gradually into the mind or feelingsscoffing :to mock; jeeraccolade : to praise or an award for an achievement that people admireconcedes :to admit that something is trueaptitude :capability; ability; talentperks(n) :a privilege, or advantage over and above regular income, salary, or wages
ludicrously : causing disrespectful laughter prudently : wise decisionsSentence : It is prudent to wear a coat during winter.recuperating : recovering from an illness (strength and energy as well)receprocating : to take and giveSentence : They appreciated her kindness but were not ready to reciprocate the gesture.lugged : a heavy or difficult pullSentence : She had to lug her heavy suitcase down the stairs of her apartment, before leaving for the airport.shoved : to push in a rough or careless way.Sentence : there was a lot of pushing and shoving before i was able to board the bus.whisked : to move something quickly especially to brush something ofSentence : Jane whisked the dirt away.instilled : to put ideas into someone's mindSentence: My mother instilled the need for good manners into my brother.scoffing ; To speak or act disrespectfullySentence : I came to the meeting to scoff but the speaker persuaded me not to.accolade : strong praise and approvalSentence ; His new book received accolades from the papers.concedes : to admit it is true or proper, usually unwillinglySentence : The government conceded defeat as soon as the election results were known.aptitude : Natural ability or skillSentence : He showed great aptitude in painting.perks (n) : An advantage gained for one's employmentSentence : One of the perks of this job is that you don't have to work on Tuesdays.incentives : things that are given to you when you achieve the goals set for you. encourages you to achieve the goals as well.Sentence : There is always incentives that makes me wants to achieve the targets set by my boss.concurrently : More than one thing happening at the same timeSentence : My opinions are concurrent with yours with regards to this matter.consecutively (adj) : following in regular or unbroken orderSentence : The numbers 1,2.3 are consecutive numbersDone by : Khoo Xin HuiMeanings taken from Longman Dictionary Of Contemporary English (1978)so if there is any mistakes please dont blame me!!!
ludicrously: Absurd or incongruous to the point of provoking ridicule or laughter.prudently: Discreet or cautious in managing one activities; circumspect.recuperating: To recover from illness or exhaustion.reciprocating: To give or feel in return.lugged: To carry or drag (something heavy) with great effort.shoved: To give a thrust or push to (a person or thing).whisked: To brush, sweep, or wipe off lightly.instilled: To introduce gradually; implant or infuse.scoffing: To speak contemptuously (about); express derision (for); mock.accolade: Strong praise or approval; acclaim.concedes: To admit or acknowledge (something) as true or correct.aptitude: Inherent or acquired ability.perks(n): An advantage or benefit.incentives: A motivating influence; stimulus.concurrently: Taking place at the same time or in the same location.consecutively: Following chronological sequence.Kian Yang.
Ludicrously- Laughable, unreasonable or foolishSentence: Despite holding a degree in accounting, May’s income was ludicrously (unreasonably) low.Prudently- To think of the future (Consequences) or showing care.Sentence: Johnny prudently told his mother to recuperate at the hospital and that he would watch over the house for her.Recuperating- To recover from an illness or exertion.Sentence: Sally’s friends advised her to head the doctor’s advice of recuperating at home as her examinations were nearing.Reciprocating- To respond to a gesture or action by returning it.Sentence: Sally’s neighbours were thankful to her and her family and in turn planned on reciprocating their kindness.Lugged- To carry a heavy or bulky object with great effort.Sentence: Tom, who was returning home after serving the Army, lugged his bag across the street.Shoved- To push someone or something roughly.Sentence: In a moment of anger, Tim shoved Jerry causing Jerry to fall.Whisked- Take or move someone or something in a particular direction suddenly and quicklySentence: The thief whisked the sack with the stolen goods upon hearing the siren of the police cars.Instilled-Gradually but firmly establish something into one’s mind.Sentence: Good values have to be instilled in children from young.Scoffing-Eat something quickly (Gobble)Sentence: After scoffing down his breakfast, Josh rushed to his job interview he was already late for.Accolade-An award or privilege granted as a special honor or as an acknowledgment of merit.Sentence: For saving a drowning girl while risking his own life, Drake was awarded an accolade.Concedes- Admit that something is true or validSentence: A true sportsman concedes defeat no matter what.Aptitude-A natural ability to do somethingSentence: Justin has an aptitude of drawing with his eyes closed.Perks (n)- An advantage or benefit following from a job or situation.Sentence: When Rachel was starting to adapt and discover the perks of living in a town, she was called back to work in her family’s farm due to unforeseen circumstances. Incentives- A thing that motivates or encourages one to do somethingSentence: The school is coming up with incentives for students to show more interest in studies.Concurrently- Existing, happening, or done at the same timeSentence: Susan is having a dilemma on choosing which of her friends’ parties to attend that is concurrently on Thursday.Consecutively- Following continuouslySentence: Zack was full of praises when he retained his position as the first in his level’s examination consecutively for the third time.
LudicrouslyMeaning: RidiculouslySentence: This wedding dinner service is ludicrously expensive.PrudentlyMeaning: WiselySentence: According to legends, Pragg was an old man who was very prudent.RecuperatingMeaning: RecoveringSentence: The doctor said that John is recuperating quickly.ReciprocatingMeaning: Giving and receivingSentence: Life is all about reciprocating- learning to give and take.LuggedMeaning: PulledSentence: With great effort, Johnny lugged his golden retriever away from his new found soul mate.Shoved Meaning: PushedSentence: He had to shove Tim away from the exit in order to escape from the death-threatening tiger.Whisked Meaning: To move quicklySentence: The team had to move fast if they have any chance of whisking the band away.InstilledMeaning: InfusedSentence: Parents have the most important job of instilling the correct moral values in their children.ScoffingMeaning: MockingSentence: John could not help but scoff at Tim's poor handiwork since it was done horribly.AccoladeMeaning: Highest awardSentence: The Apple company brand received the highest accolade for selling the most number of phones.ConcedesMeaning: To acknowledgeSentence: After a bitter fight, the Trojans finally conceded defeat and surrender themselves to the Greeks.AptitudeMeaning: AbilitySentence: Tim is a man of great aptitude.PerksMeaning: PrivilegesSentence: If you are working in this field, you get to enjoy many perks.IncentivesMeaning: RewardsSentence: For saving our country, the general received many incentives.ConcurrentlyMeaning: Occurring at the same timeSentence: The earthquake and the tsunami are happening concurrently.ConsecutivelyMeaning: ContinuouslySentence: The question asked for numbers consecutively from 10.