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- unveil /uhn-VEYL/
- detection /dih-TEK-shuhn/
- undergo /uhn-der-GOH/
- intensity /in-TEN-si-tee/
- ultramarathoner /uhl-truh-MAR-uh-thon-er/
[verb] – to show or introduce something new or make it known publicly for the first time
There have been rumors that the manufacturer will unveil a fuel cell vehicle this year.
[noun] – the fact of noticing or discovering something
The goal of the research is to aid engineers in developing a smoke detection system.
[verb] – to experience something that is unpleasant or something that involves a change
The business is undergoing a significant reorganization.
[noun] – the quality of being extreme in strength or force
The explosion had a such great intensity that it could be heard from five kilometers away.
[noun] – a person who takes part in an ultramarathon (=a cross-country footrace longer than a traditional marathon)
Brian is an ultramarathon runner who has participated in several competitions.
Apple also revealed the Watch Ultra, a new wearable that is dust-proof, swim-proof, and crack-resistant, meant for high-intensity exercises. Ultramarathoner Scott Jurek of Born to Run attended the watch’s launch, which focused on a wider face design for use in extreme activities. With the assurance that all Ultra watches have a battery life of up to 36 hours on a single charge and an extended battery life of 60 hours, Apple promises that its customers will have the power to complete an ultra-triathlon, which comprises swimming, cycling, and running. The Apple Watch Ultra has a starting price of $799 in the US and £849 in the UK.
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