She was open minded enough not to reject strange ideas:
= familiar, known, accustomed, used to.
Opposite, = strange, unusual, spooky
The patient was familiar with the procedure to make the body well:
(Literally: Person acted upon was familiar with action purpose to cause body to become well.)
He chose his test subjects at random:
The subject of her study was disrelated to the need of that moment:
= topic, subject of interest
The candidate promises to protect the right to travel:
(Literally: Person trying to become representive of the people of the community, promises to protect ability to travel.)
= promise, hope, trust.
Opposite, = betray
He was overwhelmed by the size of his student loan:
(Literally: His large debt resulting from the place of study was too much stress on his mind.)
= debt, owe, required, obligation, obliged, bill, should.
Opposite, = credit, surplus
He earned a credit of 500 dollars:
(Literally: He traded work and obtained credit 500 dollars.)
We will meet where those 2 roads intersect:
= cross, meet, intersect, meeting.
Opposite, = avoid, miss
We were amazed at how much food it took to fill him:
= amaze, surprise, wonder, extraordianary.
Opposite, = ordinary, average, normal, common, natural
= full, fill, satiated.
Opposite, = empty, hollow
There is a long tunnel between England and France:
(Literally: Exists a long hollow tube for vehicles to travel under the sea from England to France.)
= above, over.
Opposite, = below, under
He finds it difficult to work alone:
Their relationship was no longer harmonious, so they wanted a divorce:
(Literally: Their relationship ended being harmonious, therefore, they wanted divorce.)
Compare the brutal government of China with that of Denmark:
(Literally: Compare brutal authority control in china, compare that in Denmark.)
= compare, ratio, proportion
Opposite, = contrast.
= peace, peaceful, non-violent.
Opposite, = harsh, brutal, violent
Yes, you may have peace:
Hello, how are you doing?
= hello, greetings.
Opposite, = goodbye
Goodbye, see you later:
I suggest you agree to disagree:
= suggest, advise, suggestion.
Opposite, = warn, caution
= agree, agreement, concur.
Opposite, = oppose, object to, disagree, refuse
The food he puts in his mouth does not include animal products:
The store was closed:
(Literally: The building for purpose of trade was closed.)
There is no substitute for experience:
(Literally: Nothing can substitute for a lot of work in one's profession.)
The sexy lady suddenly found justice:
= sudden, suddenly, instantaneous
Opposite, = gradual, slope, sloping
= sex, sexual, sexy
= justice, fair, balance.
Opposite, = injustice, abuse of power, bias, abuse
Traffic police sometimes abuse ordinary people:
(Literally: People having control authority on roads sometimes abuse ordinary people.)
He bragged about how stupid his opponent was:
(Literally: He bragged about the stupidity of the other person in the conflict.)
= brag, ego, pretension, boast
= modest, self-deprecating, humble, humility
They paid attention to the interesting topic of discussion:
= pay attention, awake, attention, looking, focus, conscious, consciousness.
Opposite, = asleep, sleep, unaware
He was hungry except when he slept:
There was no penalty for failure:
She likes to eat organic food, but drinks water from plastic bottles:
(Literally: She likes to eat natural, but drinks liquid in unnatural containers.)
= natural, organic.
Opposite, = plastic, artificial
His buildings had similar geometric shapes:
= square, geometric shape.
Opposite, = round, turn, curve, roll, twist, circle
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