We have compiled the vocabulary words in this way because letters 'J', 'K', and 'L' are adjacent to each other in the English alphabet, and we encourage you to learn them together in January. Grab your good dictionary (preferably English - English Dictionary), Thesaurus, or Google each of these vocabularies and enjoy their meanings and uses.
VOCABULARY FOR LETTER 'J': PART FOUR:
- Jack = (n) sailor, mariner, pirate
- Jackal = (n) person who allows himself to be used, coyote, wolf
- Jacuzzi = (n) steam bath
- Jamboree = (n) noisy celebration, ceremony
- Jargon = (n) specialized language; dialect
- Joystick = (n) Control stick, stick
- JPEG = (n) a format for compressed colour images.
- Jubilant = (adj) happy
- Jubilation = (n) celebration
- Jubilee = (n) yearly observance, celebration
- Junk = (n) garbage, debris, trash, clutter, rubbish
- Juridical = (adj) judicial, legal
- Jurisdiction = (n) area of authority, control
- Jurist = (n) barrister, counselor, attorney, justice, counsel, lawyer, magistrate, judge
- Jury = (n) judges, panel that hears legal matter
- Just = (adv) merely
- Justification = (n) reason, explanation, argument
- Juxtapose = (v) place side by side
We encourage you to stay with us in the series of these vocabulary words. We strongly hope that if you stay with us for the whole year, you will be able to have a large storage of English words at the end of the year. Having enough vocabulary words will help you express yourself precisely in both spoken and written English.
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