The study concludes that in a worst-case scenariothere might be 80,000 cases of the disease.
most unpleasant or serious thing that could happen in a situation:
a person's feelings that are lustful or sexual in an extreme or unnatural way
They know they will be outnumbered because there are simply fewer of them.
“They are fighting on too many fronts and they are outnumbered,” one official said.
to exceed in number
The children had shown exceptional courage.
We must all accept that this is an exceptionalsituation.
extremely good or impressive in a way that is unusual
unusual and not likely to happen or exist very often
to describesomeone or something that has a particular quality, usually a good quality, to an unusually high degree.
His arrest for lewd behaviour seriously damaged his credibility as a religious leader.
He complained that we had tried to undermine his credibility within the company.
broken trust or prestige
to lose of someone believed or trusted:
His poetry conveys a great sense of religious devotion.
Please convey our condolences to the family.
Could u convey my message to ashai
We therefore convey our sympathy and condolences to all the victims and their families.
to express a thought, feeling, or ideaso that it is understood by other people:
His impetuous behavior landed him in prison.
Because James is only seventeen, he tends to be impetuous at times.
Marrying someone you hardly know is an impetuous decision
It is easy to be impetuous when you want something really badly!
acting without thinking—done impulsively; sudden decision
situation with high-risk, dangerous; having the potential for very significant gains or losses.
Young children can just duck under the gate
He ducked behind the wall.
to move quickly into or behind something, especially to avoid being seen
He ducked behind the wall.
to lower your heador head and body quickly, in order to move under something or to avoid being hit
an account of the meetings; an account of the trip.
On this account I'm refusing your offer.
an oral or written description of particular events or situations
taking into consideration
Many children who can't or don't conform are often bullied
We conformed with social and family expectations.
to conform to rules.
One has to conform in order to succeed in this company.
to behave in the way that you are expected or supposed to behave.
‘the forthcoming cricket season’
‘He is expected to perform in the U.S. before the end of the year and a new album is forthcoming as well.’
The protest went unheeded
Comments from the crowd went unheeded.
something that it has not been taken seriously or dealt with.
"he should have heeded the warnings"
But what if the government takes no heed?
pay attention to; take notice of.
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