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English Pronunciation - Calamity
Today's word is calamity. This is a noun which means a great disaster. For example, you can say, The fashion show went so poorly; it really was a calamity.
Daily Pronunciation - Capitulation
Today's word is "capitulation". This is a noun which means the act of giving up. For example, you can say, "The best time to buy stocks is when everybody is in the state of complete capitulation.

Daily Pronunciation - Capricious
Today's word is "capricious". This is an adjective which means variable or erratic. For example, you can say, "Making plans with Tom is tough; he's so capricious that he often doesn't show up when he's supposed to be somewhere."
English Pronunciation - Captivate
Today's word is captivate. This is a verb which means to hold the interest of. For example, you can say, Jane's new iPhone captivated all her friends. They spent the entire evening playing with it.


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