English Skill Building – 6
Vocabulary – 6
Learn new words and phrases with practical examples
In India, voters have an impression that both BJP and Congress, the two main political parties are beholden to corporate interests. This is largely true.
Russians may be angry with Gorbachev for causing the disintegration of the Soviet Union, but they must be beholden to him for the freedoms they enjoy today in their daily lives.
Very large corporate houses are a danger to the economy in some sense, because they adopt predatory methods to stifle the growth of the small companies to eliminate competition.
Shark is a predatory marine species. If it proliferates, the survival of many other forms of marine life will be endangered.
Although Gandhiji spent his youth in England studying law, he chose not to drink. He remained a teetotaler all his life.
[It means loud laugh] On the new year day, two sailors entered a pub, drank heavily. Their loud guffaw attracted the attention of everyone in the crowd.
For now, President Trump appears to have warded off any fear of indictment for being complicit in Russian meddling in the last election.
It’s strange how certain politicians in India do not face indictment despite being involved in multiple corruption cases.
The fire brigade couldn’t reach the place of fire because it was ensnare in the city traffic jam.
Snake catchers can easily catch even the most poisonous snakes by ensnaring them.
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