You Are Immune Against Every Disease

Important Vocabulary Words From The Video


Multiplies is a word that is used to describe something that increases or grows a lot. When you multiply a number by 2, you get the result of 4. When you multiply a number by 3, you get the result of 9.

  • The number multiplied by 2 is 12.
  • The number multiplied by 3 is 27.

To mutate is to change in some way. When you mutate a gene, you change the way that it works.

  • The virus mutates quickly, which is why it's so difficult to find a cure.
  • The plant mutates when it's exposed to the sunshine.

The outside of something is the part of it that is visible from outside. The outside of a house is the part that you can see, and the outside of a car is the part that you can see when it's parked.

  • The outside of the car was dirty.
  • The outside of the house was covered in snow.

To recombine is to combine different pieces of information together to make a new, more complex idea. When scientists recombine DNA molecules, they are creating new, genetically modified organisms.

  • The scientists are recombining the DNA to create a new virus.
  • The company is recombining different pieces of furniture to create a new chair.

To supercharge something is to increase its power or effectiveness. Sometimes people use the word to describe the act of doing something more than once in order to make a difference.

  • The car needed to be supercharged before it could go on the race track.
  • The campaign tried to supercharge its message by using social media.

To covet something is to want it very much. You might covet a particular piece of jewelry, or you might covet the position of president.

  • She covets the new car very much, even though she doesn't need it.
  • He covets the job that he lost very much, even though he knows that he's not qualified for it.