Vocab-ability Prefix–292 (mal__ = bad, wrong) – A More Powerful Vocabulary (earn UpVotes with “Vocab Practice” exercise)

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. I guess poverty is the cause of malnutrition.
  2. A malevolent person in some ways is influenced by the works of the devil.
  3. A malefactor often times is out of reason regarding moral issues.
  4. Malinvestment is inevitable especially in a trading world.

Good work!

Thank you!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. malnutrition
    The young parents were in shock when they found their kid was born with malnutrition.
  2. malevolent
    The people from my country are going crazy trying to get rid of all these malevolent politicians.
  3. malefactor
    The stupid law made many malefactors get out of prison.
  4. malinvestment
    The hotel's malinvestment made the owner lose many opportunities to raise its assets.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Malnutrition is biggest threat to the society.
  2. I wish to be keep a distance with a malevolent person.
  3. In a scenario of malefactor no one found accused.
  4. I am no hurry to invest to be safe from malinvestment.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Malnutrition
    Something more than emergency rations are required in a country where 80% of children under the age of five suffer from malnutrition.
  2. Malevolent
    With a malevolent look on the man's face, Leah knew she was in danger.
  3. Malefactor
    When the police questioned the malefactor about his evil deeds, they were shocked when he laughed in their faces.
  4. Malinvestment
    A malinvestment that nearly led to bankruptcy.

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I think what is need is an emergency revolution. :-(

MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. People who go on fad diets often suffer from malnutrition.

  2. The old witch cast a malevolent look at the boy and froze him into immobility.

  3. The malefactors in the financial crisis were the investment banks who were selling subprime debt securities to unsuspecting investors.

  4. In China there has been a lot of malinvestment in building ghost cities.

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Good point about the malefactors. Shockingly, some people still believe that the victims were responsible, simply because they "took out" liar loans. The problem was the liar loans, the NINJA loans, the CDOs, and the banksters who devised all those criminal schemes.

MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Diets that consist mainly of junk-food frequently result in malnutrition.

  2. Richard III was a malevolent king who killed his nephews as well as scores of noblemen who opposed his rule.

  3. Russia acts as a malefactor in international politics, stirring up trouble everywhere it can.

  4. Ultra-low interest rates often results in malinvestment as investors take higher risks because they are seeking yield.

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But in the current environment, the USA is more of a malefactor than Russia or any other country.

“MY VOCAB PRACTICE.”

  1. The first step to defeat MALNUTRITION is to eat what you can consume and share what you have to the less and to the hungry.
  2. Stay away from MALEVOLENT people; it’s either they harm you, or influence you.
  3. Do you want to be labeled as a MALEFACTOR forever?
  4. It takes years of knowledge, application, and practice, and heaps of foresight, studies, and assumptions before financial coaches become experts in keeping you away from MALINVESTMENTS.

Good work!

And good point about financial advisors, Most of mine were not very experienced, and the results proved that!! Grrrrrrr!

Yikes! Thus, if you've found good financial advisors, stick to them! Or if you haven't yet, better to do it yourself. Perhaps you can be the expert financial advisor you're looking for; sometimes it's like that. :-)

MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Malnutrition
    Most children living in African slum areas are suffering from malnutrition.

  2. Malevolent:
    All the biblio I read does not contain topics about malevolent acts and their effects, just love and peace.

  3. Malefactor:
    My old brother was a malefactor of breaking into people's houses in their absence.

  4. Malinvestment:
    I still don't consider Bitcoin and the other cryptocurrency coins as a malinvestment if one buys at large in the current situation.

Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Now days malnutrition is the biggest problem for developing countries.
  2. Please don't act malevolent to your kids, it can effect there brain growth.
  3. Please don't act such rude otherwise people consider you as malefactor.
  4. Please think twice before investing your saving as malinvestment can lead you to complete loss.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. The baby got ill because of malnutrition.
  2. I always try to stay away from people with malevolent influence.
  3. That young man in red top is a malefactor.
  4. He is trying very hard to recorver from a malinvestment.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Knowing how to prepare a balanced diet, is the surest way in preventing malnutrition.
  2. Many African countries have malevolent leaders who care less of the masses.
  3. Mr. James Baker seems to be malefactor, he only comes out from his house at the dead of the night.
  4. Any hedge fund without Bitcoins is malinvestment.

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I can think of a few "American" countries that have malevolent leadership. Well, at least one!

Haha... Its well!

Thanks!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. The boy suffered from malnutrition.

  2. The mother acted so malevolent to her step daughter.

  3. He’s character was to act as a malefactor in the movie.

  4. Unbeknown to her she just did a malinvestment with the bad traders in the crypto market.

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  ·  8 months ago (edited)

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