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Meanings of Commencements:

noun

The beginning of something.

Usage examples:

The commencement of the trial

Commences

kəˈmens

Meanings of Commences:

verb

Begin.

Usage examples:

His design team commenced work

Commencing

kəˈmɛns

Meanings of Commencing:

verb

Begin.

Usage examples:

His design team commenced work

Commend

kəˈmend

Meanings of Commend:

verb

Praise formally or officially.

Usage examples:

He was commended by the judge for his courageous actions

Commendable

kəˈmen.də.bəl

Meanings of Commendable:

adjective

Deserving praise.

Usage examples:

He showed commendable restraint

Commendably

kəˈmɛndəbli

Meanings of Commendably:

adverb

In a way that is deserving of praise.

Usage examples:

The book is commendably free of medical jargon

Commendation

kɒmɛnˈdeɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Commendation:

noun

Formal or official praise.

Usage examples:

The film deserved the highest commendation

Commendations

ˌkɒm.enˈdeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Commendations:

noun

Formal or official praise.

Usage examples:

The film deserved the highest commendation

Commendatory

kəˈmen.də.tər.i

Meanings of Commendatory:

adjective

Serving to present something as suitable for approval or acceptance.

Usage examples:

A commendatory grin

Meanings of Commended:

verb

Praise formally or officially.

Usage examples:

He was commended by the judge for his courageous actions

Meanings of Commending:

verb

Praise formally or officially.

Usage examples:

He was commended by the judge for his courageous actions

Commends

kəˈmend

Meanings of Commends:

verb

Praise formally or officially.

Usage examples:

He was commended by the judge for his courageous actions

Meanings of Commensal:

adjective

Relating to or exhibiting commensalism.

Usage examples:

We saw several fist-sized sea squirts which were bright pink in colour, and only when studying the …
noun

A commensal organism, such as many bacteria.

Usage examples:

However, their isolates were from sites such as the nose and hands of the foodhandlers, where these…

Commensalism

kəˈmen.səl.ɪ.zəm

Meanings of Commensalism:

noun

An association between two organisms in which one benefits and the other derives neither benefit nor harm.

Usage examples:

There are numerous other examples of symbiosis, mutualism, commensalism and parasitism between ray-…

Meanings of Commensally:

adverb

In the manner of a commensal organism.

Commensals

kəˈmɛns(ə)l

Meanings of Commensals:

noun

A commensal organism, such as many bacteria.

Usage examples:

However, their isolates were from sites such as the nose and hands of the foodhandlers, where these…
adjective

Relating to or exhibiting commensalism.

Usage examples:

We saw several fist-sized sea squirts which were bright pink in colour, and only when studying the …

Commensurable

kəˈmen.ʃə.rə.bəl

Meanings of Commensurable:

adjective

Measurable by the same standard.

Usage examples:

The finite is not commensurable with the infinite

Meanings of Commensurate:

adjective

Corresponding in size or degree; in proportion.

Usage examples:

Salary will be commensurate with age and experience

Meanings of Commensurate-with:

collocation

Correct and suitable when something else is considered

Usage examples:

I am looking for a salary that is commensurate with my skills and experience., the soldiers are exp…

Meanings of Comment:

noun

A verbal or written remark expressing an opinion or reaction.

Usage examples:

You asked for comments on the new proposals
verb

Express an opinion or reaction in speech or writing.

Usage examples:

The company would not comment on the venture

Commentaries

ˈkɒm.ən.tər.i

Meanings of Commentaries:

noun

An expression of opinions or offering of explanations about an event or situation.

Usage examples:

A biting social commentary about the divide between rich and poor

Commentary

ˈkɒm.ən.tər.i

Meanings of Commentary:

noun

An expression of opinions or offering of explanations about an event or situation.

Usage examples:

A biting social commentary about the divide between rich and poor

Meanings of Commentate:

verb

Report on an event as it occurs, especially for a news or sports broadcast; provide a commentary.

Usage examples:

They commentate on live monday matches

Commentated

ˈkɒmənteɪt

Meanings of Commentated:

verb

Report on an event as it occurs, especially for a news or sports broadcast; provide a commentary.

Usage examples:

They commentate on live monday matches

Commentating

ˈkɒm.ən.teɪt

Meanings of Commentating:

verb

Report on an event as it occurs, especially for a news or sports broadcast; provide a commentary.

Usage examples:

They commentate on live monday matches

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