activities do robots!

1. How many electronic devices have you used in the past 24 hours? list them.
2. What activities do robots do today? What other things would you like them to do?
3. Are there certain things we should always do for ourselves?What?Why?

1. Electronic devices have i used in the past 24 hours is fifteen. Them is rice cooker, television, telephone, printer, mixer, speaker, proyektor, laptop, smartphone, computer, hair dryer, air conditioner, fan, vacum cleaner, and refrigerator.
2. Robots now do washing plate. It would be great if robots could washing plate.
3. Yes there are can be washing plate. I think we should washing plate for ourselves. Because robots can help fast my work.
Meaning keyword
verb (used with object)
1. to choose or take as one's own; make one's own by selection or assent:
to adopt a nickname.
2. to take and rear (the child of other parents) as one's own child, specifically by a formal legal act.
3. to take or receive into any kind of new relationship:
to adopt a person as a protégé.
4. to select as a basic or required textbook or series of textbooks in a course.
5. to vote to accept:
The House adopted the report.
6. to accept or act in accordance with (a plan, principle, etc.).
Verb phrases
7. adopt out, to place (a child) for adoption:
The institution may keep a child or adopt it out.

1. exertion of physical or mental power:
It will take great effort to achieve victory.
2. an earnest or strenuous attempt:
an effort to keep to the schedule.
3. something done by exertion or hard work:
I thought it would be easy, but it was an effort.
4. an achievement, as in literature or art:
The painting is one of his finest efforts.
5. the amount of exertion expended for a specified purpose:
the war effort.
6. Chiefly British.
  1. an organized community drive or achievement.
  2. a fund-raising drive.
7. Mechanics. the force or energy that is applied to a machine for the accomplishment of useful work.
verb (used with object)
1. to provide support for or relief to; help:
to aid the homeless victims of the fire.
2. to promote the progress or accomplishment of; facilitate.

verb (used without object)
3. to give help or assistance.
4. help or support; assistance.
5. a person or thing that aids or furnishes assistance; helper; auxiliary.
6. aids, Manège.
  1. Also called natural aids. the means by which a rider communicates with and controls a horse, as the hands, legs, voice, and shifts in weight.
  2. Also called artificial aids. the devices by means of which a rider increases control of a horse, as spurs, whip, and martingale.
9. a payment made by feudal vassals to their lord on special occasions.
10. English History. (after 1066) any of several revenues received by a king in the Middle Ages from his vassals and other subjects, limited by the Magna Charta to specified occasions.

1. physical power or strength possessed by a living being:
He used all his force in opening the window.
2. strength or power exerted upon an object; physical coercion; violence:
to use force to open the window; to use force on a person.
3. strength; energy; power; intensity:
a personality of great force.
4. power to influence, affect, or control; efficacious power:
the force of circumstances; a force for law and order.
5. Law. unlawful violence threatened or committed against persons or property.
6. persuasive power; power to convince:
They felt the force of his arguments.
7. mental or moral strength:
force of character.
8. might, as of a ruler or realm; strength for war.
9. Often, forces. the military or fighting strength, especially of a nation.
10. any body of persons combined for joint action:
a sales force.
11. intensity or strength of effect:
the force of her acting.
12. Physics.
  1. an influence on a body or system, producing or tending to produce a change in movement or in shape or other effects.
  2. the intensity of such an influence. Symbol: F, f.
13. any influence or agency analogous to physical force:
social forces.
14. binding power, as of a contract.
15. Baseball. force play.
16. value; significance; meaning.
17. Billiards. a stroke in which the cue ball is forcibly struck directly below the center in such a manner as to cause it to stop abruptly, bound back, or roll off to one side after hitting the object ball.
verb (used with object), forced, forcing.
18. to compel, constrain, or oblige (oneself or someone) to do something:
to force a suspect to confess.
19. To drive or propel against resistance:
He forced his way through the crowd. They forced air into his lungs.
20. to bring about or effect by force.
21. to bring about of necessity or as a necessary result:
to force a smile.
22. to put or impose (something or someone) forcibly on or upon a person:
to force one's opinions on others.
23. to compel by force; overcome the resistance of:
to force acceptance of something.
24. to obtain or draw forth by or as if by force; extort:
to force a confession.
25. to enter or take by force; overpower:
They forced the town after a long siege.
26. to break open (a door, lock, etc.).
27. to cause (plants, fruits, etc.) to grow or mature at an increased rate by artificial means.
28. to press, urge, or exert (an animal, person, etc.) to violent effort or to the utmost.
29. to use force upon.
30. to rape.
31. Baseball.
  1. to cause (a base runner) to be put out by obliging the runner, as by a ground ball, to vacate a base and attempt to move to the next base in order to make room for another runner or the batter.
  2. to cause (a base runner or run) to score, as by walking a batter with the bases full (often followed by in).
32. Cards.
  1. to compel (a player) to trump by leading a suit of which the player has no cards.
  2. to compel a player to play (a particular card).
  3. to compel (a player) to play so as to make known the strength of the hand.
33. Photography.
  1. to develop (a print or negative) for longer than usual in order to increase density or bring out details.
  2. to bring out underexposed parts of (a print or negative) by adding alkali to the developer.
34. Archaic. to give force to; strengthen; reinforce.
verb (used without object), forced, forcing.
35. to make one's way by force.
36. in force,
  1. in operation; effective:
    This ancient rule is no longer in force.
  2. in large numbers; at full strength:
    They attacked in force.
1. an occupation or profession, especially one requiring special training, followed as one's lifework:
He sought a career as a lawyer.
2. a person's progress or general course of action through life or through a phase of life, as in some profession or undertaking:
His career as a soldier ended with the armistice.
3. success in a profession, occupation, etc.
4. a course, especially a swift one.
5. speed, especially full speed:
The horse stumbled in full career.
6. Archaic. a charge at full speed.
verb (used without object)
7. to run or move rapidly along; go at full speed.
8. having or following a career; professional:
a career diplomat.

verb (used with object), opposed, opposing.
1. to act against or provide resistance to; combat.
2. to stand in the way of; hinder; obstruct.
3. to set as an opponent or adversary.
4. to be hostile or adverse to, as in opinion:
to oppose a resolution in a debate.
5. to set as an obstacle or hindrance.
6. to set against in some relation, especially as to demonstrate a comparison or contrast:
to oppose advantages to disadvantages.
7. to use or take as being opposite or contrary.
8. to set (something) over against something else in place, or to set (two things) so as to face or be opposite to one another.
verb (used without object), opposed, opposing.
9. to be or act in opposition.

1. a system for communication by telegraph, heliograph, etc., in which long and short sounds, light flashes, etc., are used to symbolize the content of a message:
Morse code.
2. a system used for brevity or secrecy of communication, in which arbitrarily chosen words, letters, or symbols are assigned definite meanings.
3. any set of standards set forth and enforced by a local government agency for the protection of public safety, health, etc., as in the structural safety of buildings (building code) health requirements for plumbing, ventilation, etc. (sanitary code or health code) and the specifications for fire escapes or exits (fire code)
4. a systematically arranged collection or compendium of laws, rules, or regulations.
5. any authoritative, general, systematic, and written statement of the legal rules and principles applicable in a given legal order to one or more broad areas of life.
6. a word, letter, number, or other symbol used in a code system to mark, represent, or identify something:
The code on the label shows the date of manufacture.
7. Digital Technology.
  1. a set of symbols that can be interpreted by a computer or piece of software: binary code; Java code; ASCII code.
  2. the symbolic arrangement of statements or instructions in a computer program, or the set of instructions in such a program:
    That program took 3000 lines of code.
verb (used with object), coded, coding.
12. to translate (a message) into a code; encode.
13. to categorize or identify by assigning a code to:
All specimens were coded prior to the test.
14. to arrange or enter (laws or statutes) in a code.
15. Digital Technology. to write code for (a computer program or application) (often followed by up):
Hire a programmer to code up a website for you.
verb (used without object), coded, coding.
16. Genetics. to specify the amino acid sequence of a protein by the sequence of nucleotides comprising the gene for that protein:
a gene that codes for the production of insulin.
17. Digital Technology. to write computer code.

1. possible, as opposed to actual:
the potential uses of nuclear energy.
2. capable of being or becoming:
a potential danger to safety.
3. Grammar. expressing possibility:
the potential subjunctive in Latin; the potential use ofcan inI can go.
4. Archaic. potent1.
5. possibility; potentiality:
an investment that has little growth potential.
6. a latent excellence or ability that may or may not be developed.
7. Grammar.
  1. a potential aspect, mood, construction, case, etc.
  2. a form in the potential.
8. Electricity. electric potential (def 1).
9. Mathematics, Physics. a type of function from which the intensity of a field may be derived, usually by differentiation.
10. someone or something that is considered a worthwhile possibility:
The list of job applications has been narrowed to half a dozen potentials.

verb (used with object)
1. to be uncertain about; consider questionable or unlikely; hesitate to believe.
2. to distrust.
3. Archaic. to fear; be apprehensive about.
verb (used without object)
4. to be uncertain about something; be undecided in opinion or belief.
5. a feeling of uncertainty about the truth, reality, or nature of something.
6. distrust.
7. a state of affairs such as to occasion uncertainty.
8. Obsolete. fear; dread.
9. beyond the shadow of a doubt, with certainty; definitely.
Also, beyond a doubt, beyond doubt.
10. in doubt, in a state of uncertainty or suspense:
His appointment to the position is still in doubt.
11. no doubt,
  1. probably.
  2. certainly: There is no doubt an element of truth in what you say.
12. without doubt, unquestionably; certainly.

verb (used without object), served, serving.
1. to act as a servant.
2. to wait on table, as a waiter.
3. to offer or have a meal or refreshments available, as for patrons or guests:
Come early, we're serving at six.
4. to offer or distribute a portion or portions of food or a beverage, as a host or hostess:
It was her turn to serve at the faculty tea.
5. to render assistance; be of use; help.
6. to go through a term of service, do duty as a soldier, sailor, senator, juror, etc.
7. to have definite use:
This cup will serve as a sugar bowl.
8. to answer the purpose:
That will serve to explain my actions.
9. (in tennis, badminton, handball, etc.) to put the ball or shuttlecock in play with a stroke, swing, or hit.
10. to be favorable, suitable, or convenient, as weather or time.
11. Ecclesiastical. to act as a server.
verb (used with object), served, serving.
12. to be in the service of; work for.
13. to be useful or of service to; help.
14. to go through (a term of service, imprisonment, etc.).
15. to render active service to (a sovereign, commander, etc.).
16. to render obedience or homage to (God, a sovereign, etc.).
17. to perform the duties of (a position, an office, etc.):
to serve his mayoralty.
18. to answer the requirements of; suffice:
This will serve our needs for the moment.
19. to contribute to; promote:
to serve a cause.
20. to wait upon at table; act as a waiter or waitress to.
21. to carry and distribute (portions of food or drink) to a patron or a specific table, as a waiter or waitress.
22. to act as a host or hostess in offering (a person) a portion of food or drink:
May I serve you with some tea and cake?
23. to act as a host or hostess in offering or distributing (a portion or portions of food or drink) to another:
They served tea and cake to their guests.
24. to provide with a regular or continuous supply of something.
25. (in tennis, badminton, handball, etc.) to put (the ball or shuttlecock) in play.
26. to treat in a specified manner:
That served him ill.
27. Law.
  1. to make legal delivery of (a process or writ).
  2. to present (a person) with a writ.
28. to gratify (desire, wants, needs, etc.).
29. (of a male animal) to mate with; service.
30. to operate or keep in action (a gun, artillery, etc.).
31. Nautical. to wrap (a rope) tightly with small stuff, keeping the turns as close together as possible.
32. the act, manner, or right of serving, as in tennis.
33. serve one right, to treat one as one deserves, especially to punish justly:
It will serve you right if she never speaks to you again.


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