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By Michael Sokoloff

Because the center a long time, lexographies of Talmudic and different rabbinic literature have mixed in a single access Babylonian, Palestinian, and Targumic phrases from a number of sessions. simply because morphologically exact phrases in even heavily comparable dialects can often vary in either that means and nuance, their consolidation into one dictionary access is usually deceptive. students now become aware of the necessity to deal with every one dialect individually, and in A Dictionary of Jewish Palestinian Aramaic, Michael Sokoloff offers a whole lexicon of the dialect spoken and written through Jews in Palestine in the course of the Byzantine interval, from the 3rd century C.E. to the 10th century.

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Approval /ə pru v(ə)l/ noun 1. the act of agreeing ć The committee gave their approval to the scheme. ć Does the choice of colour have your approval or meet with your approval? 2. ˽ on approval taken by a customer to use and see if he or she likes it ć The shop let us have the photocopier for two weeks on approval. ② approve /ə pru v/ verb 1. ˽ to approve of to think something is good ć He doesn’t approve of loud music. 2. to agree to something officially ć The committee approved the scheme. approving /ə pru vŋ/ adj showing agreement approvingly /ə pru vŋli/ adv showing agreement approximate adj /ə prɒksmət/ more or less correct.

The process of putting medicine on ć Several applications of the cream will be necessary. ˽ for external application only to be used on the skin only 2. the process or act of applying for a job ć He wrote a letter of application. ć We’ve received dozens of applications for the job of barman. 3. hard work ③ application form / pl keʃ(ə)n fɔ m/ noun a form which has to be filled in to apply for something applied science /ə plad saəns/ noun a science which is put to practical use apply 30 apply /ə pla/ verb 1.

To happen or exist earlier than something else antelope / ntləυp/ noun an African deer which can run very fast (NOTE: usually no plural: a herd of antelope) antenatal / nti net(ə)l/ adj before birth antenna / n tenə/ noun 1. ) 2. ) 3. a piece of equipment for receiving radio or TV signals (NOTE: The plural is antennae / n teni /. ) anthrax / nθr ks/ noun a serious disease of cows and sheep, which can be caught by people anthropoid / nθrəpɔd/ noun an ape which is like a human í adj similar to a human anthropological / nθrəpə lɒd k(ə)l/ adj referring to the study of people and their cultures anthropologist / nθrə pɒləd st/ noun a scientist who studies people and culture anthropology 27 anthropology / nθrə pɒləd i/ noun the study of people and culture (NOTE: no plural) anti- / nti/ prefix against antibiotic / ntiba ɒtk/ adj killing bacteria ć She’s taking a new antibiotic drug.

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