|The Almighty is a name for a god in a religion.
|August is the eighth month of the year.
|The Bible is the book of sacred writing in the Christian religion.
|A Catholic thing or person is one that is connected with the Roman Catholic Church.
|Celsius is a scale for measuring temperature.
|DNA is the short form of deoxyribonucleic acid.
|December is the twelfth month of the year.
|If something is false, it is not correct.
|Fahrenheit is a temperature scale where water freezes at 32° and boils at 212°.
|January is the first month of the year.
|The seventh month of the year is July.
|Mandarin is one of the two main Chinese languages.
|The Renaissance was a period between the 14th and 17th centuries.
|To abandon something is to leave it forever or for a long time.
|An abbey is a house, or group of houses, where monks or nuns live.
|Ability is the quality of a person being able to do something well.
|If something is abnormal, it is different from normal or average.
|Someone aboard a ship or plane is in or on it.
|To abolish something means to put an end to it, such as a system or law.
|If something is above, it is at a higher level than something else.
|An action done abroad is done in a different country.
|If something is abrupt, it is sudden or unexpected.
|Absence is the state of something being away.
|If someone or something is absent, they are missing or not in the place they are expected to be.
|To absorb a liquid means to take it inside.
|An abstract thing is an idea or thought, not a physical thing.
|If something or someone is absurd, they are ridiculous.
|If something is abundant, then it is available in large quantities.
|To abuse means to hurt someone or something on purpose.
|When something is academic, it relates to schools and education.
|An academy is a special type of school.
|To accelerate means to increase in speed.
|An accent is a certain way of speaking that shows where a person is from.
|To accept something that is offered is to take it.
|Acceptance is when people agree that an idea, statement, explanation, etc., is right or true.
|Access is the right to enter or use something.
|An accessory is a thing that is added to another thing to make it look better.
|An accident is unexpected, and may cause some trouble.
|To accommodate is to have enough room.
|To accompany other people means to join them or go with them.
|To accomplish something means to finish it.
|If someone acts accordingly, they act in a way that is suitable.
|An account with a bank is an arrangement to keep one’s money there.
|When someone is accountable, he or she is responsible for the effects of his or her actions.
|An accountant is a person whose job is to keep financial accounts for a business.
|People study accounting so they can deal with money and finance properly.
|To accumulate something is to collect a lot of it over time.
|If something is accurate, it is completely correct.
|To accuse someone of something is to blame them for doing it.
|To accustom oneself to something is to get used to it.