1. To make someone believe in themselves and that they can do something that they were previously doubtful about.
1. a person whose job is to teach people an activity or skill
1. speak to or treat with disrespect or scorn
1. a disrespectful or scornful expression or act
1. an arrangement by which a company or the state guarantees for a fee to pay someone else for the value of property if it is lost or damaged (as through theft or fire) or to pay usually a specified amount for injury, illness or death
1. Not damaged or injured.
2. Having every part.
1. Very great or strong.
2. Done with great force, enthusiasm or energy.
3. Having or showing strong feelings, opinions or tension.
1. to make or become greater, more serious or more extreme
1. Determined in doing something.
1. Purpose, intention.
1. To stop something that was going on smoothly.
1. The time or space that serves as a gap.
2. A recess between a program/activity that serves as a break.