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Forecast is a sentence saying what is going to happen in the future based on some scientific study. It is especially used in context of weather.
For example: The weather forecast says today there will be heavy rain.
Helium is a gas which is transparent and odourless. It is lighter than air and therefore used to blow balloons which fly up. It does not react with any other substance. Helium is one of the main gases which is present in all stars.
To create or have a mental picture of something.
For Example: Can you imagine an animal with three heads?
Living forever or never dying.
For example: No living beings are immortal.
Too many to be counted.
For Example: The Chikoo tree has innumerable leaves.
One or more things that can't live without each other.
For Example: All living things are interdependent on each other.
To explain the meaning of something in one's own understanding.
For Example: When asked about the water cycle, the students could not interpret it.
Not being affected by any condition.
Example: Everyone should know how to use a computer in school irrespective of age or gender.
A point or level after which it can't go any further.
For Example: You have a limited time to complete the homework.