How do you spell reacting?
Correct spelling for the English word “reaction” is [ɹɪˈakʃən], [ɹɪˈakʃən], [ɹ_ɪ__ˈa_k_ʃ_ə_n] (IPA phonetic alphabet).
What is reacted mean?
1. to act in response to an agent, influence, stimulus, etc.: to react to a medicine; reacted to the noise by jumping. 2. to act reciprocally upon each other, as two things. 3. to act in a reverse direction or manner, esp. so as to return to a prior condition. 4. to act in opposition, as against some force.
Which is correct spelling or spellings?
The verb spell commonly means to write or name the letters making up a word in the right order. Spell is a verb with irregular and regular forms. Spelled and spelt are both common forms of the past tense and the past participle of spell, though with geographical differences.
What is the base word for reaction?
Modeled on French réaction, older Italian reattione, from Medieval Latin reactionem (nominative reactio), noun of action formed in Late Latin from past participle stem of Latin reagere “react,” from re- “back” + agere “to do, perform” (from PIE root *ag- “to drive, draw out or forth, move”).
What are the 4 types of reactions?
Representation of four basic chemical reactions types: synthesis, decomposition, single replacement and double replacement.
What does conferring mean?
1 : to bestow from or as if from a position of superiority conferred an honorary degree on her knowing how to read was a gift conferred with manhood— Murray Kempton. 2 : to give (something, such as a property or characteristic) to someone or something a reputation for power will confer power— John Spanier.
What is a better word for has?
What is another word for has?
|boasts||has in keeping|
|enjoys||has possession of|
How do you use conferring in a sentence?
The two Warriors stopped and seemed to be conferring. He thanked them for the honour they were conferring upon him. I look forward to conferring with my father, said Marlin. He was conferring a great honor—no doubt whatever about that.
What does unscathed mean?
: wholly unharmed : not injured.
What does Black despondency mean?
Noun. Desire to die. death wish. death instinct.
What dwindle means?
intransitive verb. : to become steadily less : shrink Their savings dwindled to nothing. a dwindling population.
Is unscathed positive or negative?
Unscathed is a word we tend to see with its negative prefix, like disgruntled or unkempt.
Is mutual positive or negative or neutral?
Whether “the feeling is mutual” is positive depends on what feeling is referred to. The phrase will have a positive or negative sense depending on what the feeling is. For example, the phrases mutual regard, mutual esteem, and mutual liking all are positive and not uncommon.