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English Pronunciation - JACUZZI
Today's word is "jacuzzi". This is a noun which means a bath tub with underwater jets.
For example, you can say, "The house we recently bought came with a jacuzzi. Now we spend a lot of time in the hot tub, relaxing and having fun.
Daily Pronunciation - JEOPARDIZE
Today's word is "jeopardize". This is a verb which means to expose to danger.
For example, you can say, "I wouldn't jeopardize my career by dating my co-worker when my boss thinks it's highly unprofessional."
English Pronunciation - JEWELRY
Todays word is jewelry. This is a noun which means any ornaments for personal adornment.
For example, you can say, Her necklace is such a beautiful piece of jewelry.
English Pronunciation - JUMP TO
Todays phrase is jump to. This is a phrasal verb which means to make a quick decision before seeing all the evidence.
For example, you can say, Without giving me a chance to explain, my teacher jumped to the conclusion that I stole the missing laptop computer.
Daily Pronunciation - JUXTAPOSE
Today's word is "juxtapose". This is a verb which means to put things side by side, often for comparison or contrast.
For example, you can say, "The news article on globalization featured pictures of the rich and famous, juxtaposed with sad images of poor people in Africa."
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