prefixes prefixes and their meaning

Term Definition
ex outside out of
extra outside out of
extro outside out of
ef outside out of
fore in front
pre in front
mid in the middle in the end
post against
anti against
contra against
counter against
ob against
sub under below
super above over
hyper above over
semi half partly
trans across/over
quad 4
quar 4
oct 8
octo 8
mono 1
uni 1
penta 5
quint 5
dec 10
deci 10
deca 10
sex 6
hexa 6
tri 3
nov 9
non 9
bi 2
du 2
sept 7
septem 7

Medical 4

Question Answer
FUOtt fever of unknown origin
hx history
h, hr hour
H20 water
H/A headache
HBV hepatitis B virus
HIV human immunodeficiency virus
HOB head of bed
HOH hard of hearing
ht height
HTN hypertension
hyper above normal, too fast, rapid
hypo low, less than normal
I&O Intake and output
ICU intensive care unit
inc incontinent
irr., irrig irrigation
isol Isolation
IV intravenous
kg killogram
I Liter
L, lt left
lab laboratory
lb Pound
LLE left lower extremity
lg large
liq liquid

prefixes prefixes and their meaning

Question Answer
Fore
contra
Super
quad, quar 4
oct, octo 8
mono, uni 1
penta, quint 5
dec, deci, deca 10
sex, hexa 6
tri 3
nov, non 9
bi, du 2
sept, septem 9
Super
quad, quar 4
oct, octo 8
mono, uni 1
penta, quint 5
dec, deci, deca 10
sex, hexa 6
tri 3
nov, non 9
bi, du 2
sept, septem 7

Chapter 6 vocabulary

Term Definition
Accounting cycle Activities that help the buisness keep it’s accounting records organized
Source document A paper used as evidence of a specific transaction
Invoice Specific information of buying and selling an item on account in a transaction
Receipt A record of cash received by a buisness
Memorandum Written message that describes a transaction within a buisness
Check stub Lists same information that appears on a check
Journal The record of transactions of a buisness
Journalizing The process of recording buisness transactions in a journal
Fiscal year An accounting period of 12 months
Calendar year A fiscal year for a buisness that begins on january first and ends December thirty first
General journal An all-purpose journal in which all of the transactions of a buisness may be recorded

prefixes prefixes and their meanings

Term Definition
Fore in front
super above/over
contra against
semi half/partly
ex outside/ out of
extro outside /out of
anti against
sub under/below
mid in the middle
ob against
extra outside/out of
counter against
ef outside/out of
hyper above/over
post in the end
trans across/ over
quad means 4
quar means 4
oct means 8
octo means 8
mono means 1
uni means1
penta means 5
quint means 5
dec means 10
deci means 1o
deca means 10
sex means 6
hexa means 6
tri means 3
nov means 9
non means 9
bi means 2
du means 2
sept means 7
septem means 7

Lesson 9 Vocabulary Hopes & Wishes

Term Definition
Aspire To have great ambition towards a goal.
Covet To strongly desire or crave something that is belonging to another person.
Envy A feeling of jealousy.
Inclination 1) A tendency to act in a certain way. 2) To slant or lean.
Perservere To continue to try despite difficulty.
Reluctant Not wanting unwilling to do something.
Tantalize To tempt someone with something but deny access.
Wary Watchful and cautious.
Willful Showing stubborn or determined behavior to do what one wants despite being told to.
Wistful Full of sadness or longing for.

prefixes prefixes and their meaning

Term Definition
ex outside/out of
extro outside out of
extra outside/out of
ef outside/ out of
fore in front
pre in front
mid in the midle
post in the end
anti against
contra against
canter against
ob against
sub under/below
super above/over
hyper above/over
semi half/partly
quad/quar one
Mono/uni eight
penta/quint five
dec/deci/deca ten
sex/hexa six
tri three
nov/non nine
bi/du two
sept/septem seven

Lesson 9 Vocabulary Hopes and Wishes

Term Definition
Aspire to have great ambition towards a goal
Covet to strongly desire or crave something that is belonging to another person
Envy a feeling of jealousy
Inclination a) a tendency to act in a certain wayb) to slant or lean
Persevere to continue to try to despite difficulty
Reluctant not wanting or unwilling to do something
Tantalize to tempt someone with something but deny access
Wary watchful and cautious
Willful showing stubborn or determined behavior to do what one wants despite being told no
Wistful full of sadness or longing for

getting credit card

Term Definition
payment types what you actually use to buy something
interest the fee someone pays to be able to borrow money
credit Making purchases now and paying for them later
credit card A plastic card used to make purchases now and pay for them later
creditor Any bank or business that extends credit to others; a lender.
debtor Anyone who owes money; a borrower
finance charge A fee for borrowing money, added to a monthly credit card bill
late fees Additional fees that can be added to a credit card bill
minimum payment The smallest required payment that a credit card holder can pay on a monthly bill
principal The amount of money borrowed

Fresh water vocabula

Question Answer
Evaporation The process of turning liquid into vapor
Condensation water that collects as droplets on a cold surface when humid air is in contact with it.
Precipitation the action or process of precipitating a substance from a solution.
Water vapor can be produced from the evaporation or boiling of liquid water
Transpiration the process where plants absorb water through the roots
Infiltration the action of entering or gaining access to an organization or place surreptitiously, especially in order to acquire secret information or cause damage.
Runoff the draining away of water (or substances carried in it) from the surface of an area of land, a building or structure
Water cycle the cycle of processes by which water circulates between the earth's oceans
Aquifer a body of permeable rock that can contain or transmit groundwater.
Porosity the quality of being porous, or full of tiny holes. Liquids go right through things that have porosity.
Permeability the state or quality of a material or membrane that causes it to allow liquids or gases to pass through it.
Zone of saturated The phreatic zone, or zone of saturation, is the area in an aquifer, below the water table, in which relatively all pores and fractures are saturated with water.
Zone of aeration the region between the earth's surface and the water table. The main components of this region are the soil and rocks
Artesian well A well drilled through impermeable strata to reach water capable of rising to the surface by internal hydrostatic pressure.
Groundwater water held underground in the soil or in pores and crevices in rock.
Spring the season after winter and before summer, in which vegetation begins to appear, in the northern hemisphere from March to May and in the southern hemispher