English Vocabulary Words
with Meaning


The students (children) attempting to understand and learn the meanings of the words at the early stage, feel and become confused with the technicalities of the pronunciations.
Every word has been put in alphabetical order. English language has the bliss of flexibility and adaptability. Always and invariably, some words differ in referential contexts. Every possible effort has been made to adhere to practical use and make the meanings of some abmiguous words clear.

This Dictionary unlike the other Dictionaries is practically more useful and blissful. Some worth learning and retaining phrases, sayings, sentences, and use of double clauses etc. are the deliberate conspicuous characteristics of this Dictionary.

Who knows what the blooming brains can learn and retain if they make the deliberate maximum advantage of this Dictionary, meant for the growing, eager and inquisitive.



English wordsMeanings
affordto have enough money for something you want to buy
afieldin or on the field
afloatfloating on the water
afooton foot, on the move, in action
afraidfrightened; full of fear
afterlater; behind; following on
after-wardsat a later time
afternoonthe time between midday and sunset
againonce more
againstin an opposite direction to; on the opposite side to
agethe number of years something or someone has been alive, or has existed
agendathings to be done, issues to be discussed and passed, matters to be discussed and decided
aghastterrified, struck with fear, amazed
agilelively; nimble
agopast, gone by
agonyextreme pain of body or mind, pangs of death
agreeto consent to something, or to think the same as someone else
agreeablefriendly; easy to get on with
agriculturecultivation of soil; cultivating-ground
agroundstuck on the sand or rocks. Ships sometimes run aground and cannot move without help
aheadin front; before
airthe mixture of gases which we breathe and which surrounds the earth
air forceaircraft used for fighting and the people who control them
aircraftany machine that can rise in the air and move through it
airfielda place where aircraft can land and take off
airguna gun in which the bullet is shot by the force of compressed air
airmto point a gun or other weapon steadily at the thing you want to hit
airmana man who flies or helps to fly aircraft
airportthe place where aeroplanes come in to land and take off
airtightclosed so tightly that air cannot get in or out
aislea pathway between rows of seats in a church, a cinema or theatre
alarmsudden surprise or fear. The same word also means a warning of danger, often a bell
albuma book of blank pages in which you keep a collection of things like stamps or photographs
alcoholpure spirit of wine
alea kind of beer
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