Kata-kata yang dimulai dengan D

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Latihan mengetik dengan kedua manfaat

Berdasarkan konsep “belajar bahasa Inggris dan berlatih mengetik pada saat yang sama", kami memilih kata-kata bahasa Inggris VOA sebagai materi latihan mengetik.

Di halaman ini, Anda dapat berlatih mengetik dengan kata-kata bahasa Inggris yang dimulai dengan “D". Arti dari kata-kata juga diposting di bagian bawah halaman, jadi silakan gunakan untuk belajar bahasa Inggris.

Cara belajar mengetik bahasa Inggris VOA

Terjemahan bahasa Inggris dari kata-kata bahasa Inggris ditampilkan di bagian atas formulir, jadi harap terjemahkan ke dalam kata-kata bahasa Inggris yang benar dan ketik di formulir. Kata bahasa Inggris yang benar ditampilkan di bagian bawah formulir. Ketika Anda telah mempelajari arti kata-kata bahasa Inggris, matikan sakelar sakelar di kanan atas formulir. Dengan demikian, kata-kata bahasa Inggris yang benar akan disembunyikan, sehingga Anda dapat meningkatkan kemampuan bahasa Inggris Anda pada saat yang sama saat belajar mengetik.

Daftar kata bahasa Inggris VOA “D"

dam n. a wall built across a river to hold back flowing water
damage v. to cause injury or destruction; n. harm; hurt or injury, usually to things
dance v. to move the body and feet to music; n. a series of steps, usually to music
danger n. a strong chance of suffering injury, damage or loss
dark ad. having little or no light
date n. an expression of time; a day, month and year
daughter n. a person’s female child
day n. twenty–four hours; the hours of sunlight
dead ad. not living
deaf ad. not able to hear
deal v. to have to do with; to buy or sell; n. an agreement
debate v. to argue for or against something; n. a public discussion or argument
debt n. something that is owed; the condition of owing
decide v. to choose; to settle; to judge
declare v. to say; to make a statement
decrease v. to make less in size or amount
deep ad. going far down; a long way from top to bottom
defeat v. to cause to lose in a battle or struggle; n. a loss; the condition of having lost
defend v. to guard or fight against attack; to protect
deficit n. a shortage that results when spending is greater than earnings, or imports are greater than exports
define v. to give the meaning of; to explain
degree n. a measure of temperature
delay v. to decide to do something at a later time; to postpone; to cause to be late
delegate n. one sent to act for another; one who represents another
demand v. to ask by ordering; to ask with force
democracy n. the system of government in which citizens vote to choose leaders or to make other important decisions
demonstrate v. to make a public show of opinions or feelings; to explain by using examples
dense ad. close together; thick
denounce v. to accuse of being wrong or evil; to criticize severely
deny v. to declare that something is not true; to refuse a request
depend v. to need help and support
deplore v. to regret strongly; to express sadness
deploy v. to move forces or weapons into positions for action
depression n. severe unhappiness; a period of reduced business and economic activity during which many people lose their jobs
describe v. to give a word picture of something; to give details of something
desert n. a dry area of land
design v. to plan or create plans for
desire v. to want very much; to wish for
destroy v. to break into pieces; to end the existence of
detail n. a small part of something; a small piece of information
detain v. to keep or hold
develop v. to grow; to create; to experience progress
device n. a piece of equipment made for a special purpose
dictator n. a ruler with complete power
die v. to become dead; to stop living; to end
diet n. usual daily food and drink
different ad. not the same
difficult ad. not easy; hard to do, make or carry out
dig v. to make a hole in the ground
dinner n. the main amount of food eaten at a usual time; a special event that includes food
diplomat n. a person who represents his or her government in dealing with another government
direct v. to lead; to aim or show the way; ad. straight to something; not through some other person or thing
direction n. the way; where someone or something came from or went to
dirt n. earth or soil
disappear v. to become unseen; to no longer exist
disarm v. to take away weapons; to no longer keep weapons; to make a bomb harmless by removing its exploding device
disaster n. an event causing widespread destruction or loss of life, such as an earthquake or plane crash
discover v. to find or learn something
discrimination n. unfair treatment or consideration based on opinions about a whole group instead of on the qualities of an individual
discuss v. to talk about; to exchange ideas
disease n. a sickness in living things, often caused by viruses, germs or bacteria
dismiss v. to send away; to refuse to consider
dispute v. to oppose strongly by argument; n. an angry debate
dissident n. a person who strongly disagrees with his or her government
distance n. the amount of space between two places or objects
dive v. to jump into water head first
divide v. to separate into two or more parts
do v. to act; to make an effort
doctor n. a person trained in medicine to treat sick people
document n. an official piece of paper with facts written on it, used as proof or support of something
dollar n. United States money, one hundred cents
donate v. to present something as a gift to an organization, country or cause
door n. an opening for entering or leaving a building or room
double v. to increase two times as much in size, strength or number
down ad. from higher to lower; in a low place
dream v. to have a picture or story in the mind during sleep; n. a picture or story in the mind during sleep; a happy idea about the future
drive v. to control a moving vehicle
drop v. to fall or let fall; to go lower
drown v. to die under water
drug n. anything used as a medicine or in making medicine; a chemical substance used to ease pain or to affect the mind
dry ad. not wet; without rain
during ad. through the whole time; while
dust n. pieces of matter so small that they can float in the air
duty n. one’s job or responsibility; what one must do because it is right and just
n. (noun) a name word
v. (verb) an action word
ad. (adjective/adverb) a describing word
prep. (preposition) a word used to show a relatio
pro. (pronoun) a word used in place of a noun
conj. (conjunction) a joining word

Quote:VOA Special English WordBook