RC-(1)

Please, follow the article named “Why Information Matters” and start to read with me.

Following are the words from first three paragraph.

Mere: Apart from anything else: Without any modification. (Generally when the word mere is used to express any cause, then the meaning is the only cause that results these effects) – (কেবল মাত্র, নিছক,)

This is not a mere impression.

Sluggish: Slow and apathetic, Working slow (ধীর গতি সম্পন্ন)

I couldn’t get the train because of the sluggish movement of our old vehicle though the road was clear.

Bug: (n) General term for any insect. In computer science, the word Bug used to express any defect in a program, system or machine. (v) Listen in on a communication system secretly, esp. a telephone.

Is this hotel room bugged?

Patched: Having spots.

A field patched with ice and snow.

Resources: Generally resource means available source of wealth but this word used in following context to mean the special features of a computer program.

Resources of new program running in the background slugged computers.

Creakier: Worn and broken down by hard use.

Walton smart-phones look creakier after few days though you use the phone carefully.

Bloated: Become overlarge and cumbersome (স্ফীত)

Hunger bloated the Child’s belly.

Bogged: Cause to slow down, get stuck while doing something

She bogged down many times while she wrote her dissertation.

Intellectual: Associated with or requiring the use of the mind. A person who uses the mind very creatively.

Patents are intellectual property generally patented by intellectuals.

Satirized: the word came from SATIRE mean the words used to insult any issue.

Mr. Rony satirized the coach in the news breafing.

Scholastic: Academic, relating to school, (প্রাতিষ্ঠানিক)

Mr. Hommel satirized the scholastic philosophy.

Noddy: a fool

Satchel: Luggage consisting of a small case with a flat bottom and (usually) a shoulder strap

Raver: Someone who rants and raves; speaks in a violent or loud manner

Conscience: Conformity to one’s own sense of right conduct, A feeling of shame when you do something immoral.

If you really do feel conscience, you couldn’t do this.

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