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Today's word is obtain, spelled O-B-T-A-I-N.

Obtain is a verb that means to gain or attain usually by planned action or effort. It can also mean to be generally recognized or established, to prevail. Here is the word used in a sentence from the Boston Globe by Steve Annear.

"Business owners and musical acts that want to participate in the series can sign up online and skip the trip to City Hall to pay fees and obtain acoustic entertainment licenses."

The word obtain, which was adopted into English in the 15th century, comes to us via Anglo-French from the Latin verb obtinēre, meaning "to take hold of." Obtinēre was itself formed by the combination of ob-, meaning "in the way," and the verb tenēre, meaning "to hold." In its earliest uses, obtain often implied a conquest or a successful victory in battle, but it is now used for any attainment through planned action or effort. The verb tenēre has incontestably prevailed in the English language, providing us with such common words as abstain, contain, detain, sustain, and, perhaps less obviously, the adjectives tenable and tenacious.

With your Word of the Day, I'm Peter Sokolowski.

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[Homework]2015-06-09 How to Use a Word

Today's word is obtain, spelled O-B-T-A-I-N.

Obtain is a verb that means to gain or attain usually by planned action or effort. It can also mean to be generally recognized or established, to prevail. Here is the word used in a sentence from the Boston Globe by Steve Annear.
Business owners and musical acts that want to participate in the series can sign up online and skip the trip to City Hall to pay fees and obtain acoustic entertainment licenses.


The word obtain, which was adopted into English in the 15th century, comes to us via Anglo-French from the Latin verb obtinēre, meaning to take hold of. Obtinēre was itself formed by the combination of ob-, meaning in the way, and the verb tenēre, meaning to hold. In its earliest uses, obtain often implied a conquest or a successful victory in battle, but it is now used for any attainment through planned action or effort. The verb tenēre has incontestably prevailed in the English language, providing us with such common words as abstain, contain, detain, sustain, and, perhaps less obviously, the adjectives tenable and tenacious.

With your Word of the Day, I'm Peter Sokolowski.

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