・パス単：At the sun rose, the fog began to dissipate.
・単熟語EX：The fog gradually dissipated.
・パス単：To prevent a panic, the expert downplayed the danger of the disease.
・単熟語EX：The minister is downplaying the issue of education.
・パス単：She felt completely frazzled after looking after her grandchildren all day.
・パス単：He hoarded money for many years, and eventually died wealthy, but miserable.
・単熟語EX：She is like a squirrel and hoards things.
・パス単：His car was impounded by the police after he left it illegally parked.
・単熟語EX：He had his car impounded for driving on an expired driver’s license.
・パス単：He was irked by his colleague’s critical remarks about his work.
・単熟語EX：The city council’s decision irked many people.
・パス単：The nervous young actor completely mangled his first speech.
・単熟語EX：His car was mangled in the accident.
・パス単：His research negated the government’s claims that it was uninvolved.
・単熟語EX：The existence of animals in this region has been negated.
・パス単：He cleverly parried the criticism by turning it back on his opponent.
・単熟語EX：His shot was parried by the goalkeeper.
・パス単：The students continued to procrastinate in completing their senior theses.
・単熟語EX：I tend to procrastinate about making a decision.