‰p’PŒê

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“ú–{Œê–ó—á

‰pŒê–ó—á

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diploma

diplóumə

‘²‹ÆØ‘,Œö•¶‘

a document certifying the successful completion of a course of study 

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spa

spɑ́ː

“’Ž¡ê,‰·ò

a place you can go to relax and  improve your health, or how you look

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raw

rɔ́ː

¶‚́G–¢‰ÁH‚Ì

Being uncooked

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job

dʒɑ́b

ŽdŽ–

regular work of earning money

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cab

kǽb

ƒ^ƒNƒV[

taxi

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lab

lǽb

Œ¤‹†Š,laboratory

where you do experiments

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grab

ɡrǽb

‚‚©‚ÝŽæ‚é

To quickly reach out and take something in your hand.

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club

klʌ́b

ƒNƒ‰ƒuG “¯D‰ïG ‰ïˆõ§‘gDC

group of people who share an interest, as in sport

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pub

pʌ́b

ƒpƒuGŽðê

building with a bar licensed to sell alcohol

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web

wéb

ƒCƒ“ƒ^[ƒlƒbƒg‚̃EƒFƒu

internetfs collection of interrelated information

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bulb

bʌ́lb

^‹óŠÇ,‹…ª,“d‹…

the shape of a teardrop, e.g. light bulb

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suburb

sʌ́bəː[r]b

xŠO,‹ßx

living area outside the city

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superb

supə́ː[r]b

‚·‚΂炵‚¢,‘‘Œµ‚È,‹‰Ø‚È,‚Æ‚Ñ‚«‚è‚Ì

very good

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disturb

distə́ː[r]b

—‚·G–W‚°‚é

To stop someone from working or sleeping

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verb

və́ː[r]b

“®ŽŒ

word that expresses an action or state

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absorb

əbsɔ́ː[r]b/əbzóː[r]b

‚ð‹zŽû‚·‚é

to take in or soak up

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tube

t[j]úːb

ŠÇ

long, hollow object

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subscribe

səbskráib

‚̉‡•‚ð—^‚¦‚é,(`‚É)–¼‚·‚é,—\–ñ‚ð‚·‚é,—\–ñ‹à‚𕥂¤,—\–ñw“Ç‚·‚é

to pay money to receive a service or product regularly

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prescribe

priskráib

–½—ß‚·‚é,‚ð‹K’è‚·‚é,ˆ•û‚·‚é,ŽwŽ¦‚·‚é

to formally tell someone what to do

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describe

diskráib

à–¾‚·‚éG•`ŽÊ‚·‚é

To tell someone the appearance, sound or smell of something

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odd

Šï–­‚È

Being unexpected and different; out of the ordinary

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god

ɡɑ́d

_

religion supernatural being with special powers

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add

ǽd

‰Á‚¦‚é

To put two things or numbers together, e.g. 2+2

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ad

ǽd

L

public notice or advertisement

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bad

bǽd

ˆ«‚¢

Not good; wrong

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glad

ɡlǽd

‚¤‚ꂵ‚¢

happy that something happened; pleased

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mad

mǽd

“{‚Á‚½

Very angry

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pad

pǽd

“–‚Ä,‹l‚ß•¨,“–‚Ä•¨,‚É‹l‚ß•¨‚ð‚·‚é,‚ð’·ˆø‚©‚¹‚é

many sheets of paper glued together for writing

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sad

sǽd

”ß‚µ‚¢

feeling unhappy; wishing something hadn't happened

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method

méƒÆəd

•û–@

(organized and planned) way of doing something

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solid

sɑ́ləd

ŒÅ‘̂́GŒ˜ŽÀ‚È

Firm or hard ; not a gas or liquid

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blood

blʌ́d

ŒŒ

red liquid in the bodies of people and animals

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salad

sǽləd

ƒTƒ‰ƒ_

food made of mainly leaves or lettuce and vegetables

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flood

flʌ́d

^…

large amount of water covering land that is usually dry

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rapid

rǽpid

‹}‘¬‚È

Happening very quickly

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stupid

st[j]úːpəd

‚΂©G“ª‚ªˆ«‚¢

not intelligent; lacking the ability to learn easily

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hundred

hʌ́ndrəd

100

100

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unlimited

ŒÀ‚è‚È‚¢,ŒÀ’肵‚Ä‚¢‚È‚¢,–³§ŒÀ‚Ì,–³ŒÀ‚Ì,–³s‘ ‚Ì

without end

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liquid

líkwid

‰t‘Ì

basic state of things that is similar to water; not solid or gas

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period

pí[ə]riəd

ŠúŠÔGŽž‘ã

set amount of time during which events take place

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bed

béd

ƒxƒbƒh

A piece of furniture that people sleep on

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embed

embéd

‚͂ߍž‚Þ,–„‚ß‚é,A‚¦ž‚Þ,ŒÅ’è‚·‚é,(S‚È‚Ç)‚ɐ[‚­—¯‚Ü‚é,H‚¢ž‚Þ

to push something deep inside something else

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dead

déd

Ž€‚ñ‚Å‚¢‚é

Not alive

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head

héd

һ

top part of your body with eyes and a mouth

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ahead

əhéd

‘O•û‚ɁGæ‚É

In or toward the front

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letterhead

ƒŒƒ^[ƒwƒbƒh

the printing at the top of a letter that tells you the name and details of the company sending it

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overhead

[a.n]óuvə[r]hèd,[adv]˦˨˦

ƒI[ƒo[ƒwƒbƒh,“ªã‚Ì,“ªã‚Å,“ªã‚É‚ ‚é

the fixed cost of a business, e.g. rent

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lead

“±‚­

to show the way or guide others

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red

réd

ÔGŒŒ‚̐F‚̂悤‚È

being the color of blood

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read

ríːd

“Ç‚Þ

To look at and comprehend the meaning some writing

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bread

bréd

ƒpƒ“

Baked food made from flour, used in sandwiches, etc.

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spread

spréd

L‚°‚éCL‚ª‚è

To place something over or cover a large area

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instead

instéd

‚»‚Ì‘ã‚í‚è‚É

When one thing is replaced by another

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wed

wéd

Œ‹¥‚·‚é

formal to get married to

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bid

bíd

“üŽDC’l‚ð‚‚¯‚é

To propose an amount you want to pay for something

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forbid

fə[r]bíd

‚ð‹Ö‚¸‚é

to not allow

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unattended

•t‚«“Y‚¢‚Ì‚È‚¢

when someone or something is not being watched

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kid

kíd

Žq‚Ç‚àCç’k‚ðŒ¾‚¤

informal child or young person

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valid

vǽlid

ª‹’‚Ì‚ ‚é,Žå’£‚̐³‚µ‚¢,‘Ó–‚È,—LŒø‚È,–@“I‚É—LŒø‚È,Šm‚©‚È,³“–‚È,Œø‰Ê“I‚È

just, fair, right

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rid

ríd

œ‹Ž‚·‚éG‰ð•ú‚·‚é

To no longer be wanted so you throw it away

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unexpected

ʌ̀nikspéktid

ˆÓŠO‚È,—\Šú‚µ‚È‚¢,“Ë‘R‚Ì,ˆÓŠO‚ÌŽv‚¢‚ª‚¯‚È‚¢Ž–

to be a surprise

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outdated

Žž‘ã’x‚ê‚Ì

to be older than

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good

ɡúd

—Ç‚¢

excellent; high quality

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childhood

tʃáildhùd

Žq‹ŸŽž‘ã

The time when you are a child

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neighborhood

néibə[r]hùd

‹ßŠ

area of a town or city that people live in

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should

[strɡ]ʃúd,[weak]ʃ[ə]d

`‚ׂ«‚Å‚ ‚é

Used to indicate what is proper or reasonable

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could

`‚Å‚«‚½

Used as the past form of can, to indicate possibility

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wood

wúd

X—Ñ

Land covered with trees, smaller than a forest

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would

[weak]wəd,[strɡ]wúd

`‚¾‚낤G`‚µ‚½‚¢G‚æ‚­`‚µ‚½‚à‚Ì‚¾‚Á‚½G`‚µ‚悤‚Æ‚µ‚Ä‚«‚©‚È‚¢

modal verb used to indicate possibility, request etc.

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build

bíld

Œš‚Ä‚éGì‚é

To make, e.g. a house, by putting materials together

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world

wə́[ːr]ld

¢ŠE

All the humans, events, activities on the earth

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old

óuld

ŒÃ‚¢G”N‚Æ‚Á‚½GÌ‚́G`Î‚Ì

Having existed for a long time, not young or new

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fold

fóuld

Ü‚肽‚½‚Þ

 To bend one part of something against another part e.g. paper

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gold

ɡóuld

‹à

soft yellow metal that is very valuable

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hold

hóuld

Ž‚G•ø‚­

To use hands or arms to carry or keep something

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household

háushòuld

‰Æ’ë ; ¢‘Ñ

Concerning a house

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cold

kóuld

—₽‚¢GŠ¦‚¢

Having a very low temperature

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child

tʃáild

Žq‚Ç‚à

A very young person, between about 2 and 15

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mild

máild

y‹CÛz‰·˜a‚È,‰·’g‚È,‰¸‚â‚©‚È,_‚ç‚©‚È,‚₳‚µ‚¢,Œy‚¢

soft, gentle, not strong in nature

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wild

wáild

–쐶‚Ì

Living in nature; not tame

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field

fíːld

ГΫ

open area of land, especially without buildings

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yield

jíːld

Ü‚ê‚éG~•š‚·‚éG÷‚é

To give way to someone or something else

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ashamed

əʃéimd

’p‚¶‚Ä‚¢‚é

Feeling shame or guilt because you did something wrong

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bond

bɑ́nd/bánd/b‖˩́nd

‚­‚Á‚‚¯‚éG Ú’…‚·‚é

To become joined or connected, e.g. using glue

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beyond

bi[j]ɑ́nd

`‚ÌŒü‚±‚¤‚ɁG`‚ð’´‚¦‚āG`‚Ì‚Ù‚©‚É

On or to the farther side; in addition to

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correspond

kɔ̀[ː]rəspɑ́nd

‘Ήž‚·‚é;  ˆê’v‚·‚é

To have similarity or equality with something

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respond

rispɑ́nd

•ÔŽ–‚·‚éG”½‰ž‚·‚é

To say or write to answer the question

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band

bǽnd

ƒoƒ“ƒhG Šy’c

group of people who work together e.g. play music

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hand

hǽnd

Žè

body part at the end of a person's arm

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beforehand

‚ ‚ç‚©‚¶‚ß,‘O‚É‚Í,‘O‚à‚Á‚Ä,‘Œv‚Å

earlier in time

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land

lǽnd

—¤G“y’n

the earth; the ground

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command

kəmǽnd

ŽwŠö‚·‚é

To give an order; have control over others

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demand

dimǽnd

—v‹‚·‚éC—v‹

To strongly request someone to do something; insist

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expand

ikspǽnd

Šg‘å‚·‚é

To become bigger or larger in size and amount

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brand

brǽnd

ƒuƒ‰ƒ“ƒhG–Á•¿

name given to a product or service e.g. Rolex, Ferrari

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grand

ɡrǽnd

‘s‘å‚È

Including many things ; very large

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sand

sǽnd

»

Grains of rock that make beaches and deserts

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stand

stǽnd

—§‚Â

to be upright; not be sitting or lying down

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understand

ʌ̀ndə[r]stǽnd

•ª‚©‚éG—‰ð‚·‚é

to know the meaning of language, what someone says

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newsstand

V•·ŽGŽ”„ê

a small structure where newspapers and magazines are sold 

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and

ən[d]

`‚ƁEEE

used to refer to two or more things

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husband

hʌ́zbənd

•v

married man

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fund

fʌ́nd

Ž‘‹à‚ðo‚·

To supply money for something

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refund

[v]rifʌ́nd,[n]ríːfʌ̀nd

•¥–ß‚µ

give back money that has already been paid

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second

sék[ə]nd

‘æ“ñ‚Ì

2nd; the one following first

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island

áilənd

“‡

area of land that is surrounded by water

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diamond

dáimənd

ƒ_ƒCƒ„ƒ‚ƒ“ƒh(4ŒŽ‚Ì’a¶Î),‚ЂµŒ`,(ƒgƒ‰ƒ“ƒv)ƒ_ƒCƒ„(‚ÌŽD),y–ì‹…z“à–ì,‹…ê

a very valuable gem

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thousand

ƒÆáuzn[d]

1000 

number 1,000

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end

énd

I‚í‚è

A point that marks the limit of something; finish

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bend

bénd

‹È‚°‚é

To use force to make an object not straight

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dividend

dívidènd

ŒöÂ—˜‘§,(Š”‚Ì)”z“–‹à,”z“–(‹à),•ª‚¯‘O

money received as a bonus

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defend

difénd

Žç‚é

To protect against an attack

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weekend

wíːkènd

T––

Saturday and Sunday

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lend

lénd

‘Ý‚·

to give to someone for a while before it is returned

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recommend

rèkəménd

„‘E‚·‚é

To say something is good and deserves to be chosen

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spend

spénd

Žg‚¤G‰ß‚²‚·

To use money to pay for something

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suspend

səspénd

ˆêŽž’âŽ~‚·‚éG’âEE’âŠw‚É‚·‚é

To stop something for a period of time; to interrupt

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friend

frénd

—F‚¾‚¿

person who you like and enjoy being with

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trend

trénd

ŒXŒüG—¬s

general direction of developing, proceeding

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send

sénd

‘—‚éG‘—M‚·‚é

To cause mail or package to go to another place

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tend

ténd

`‚·‚éŒXŒü‚ª‚ ‚é

To regularly behave in a certain way

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attend

əténd

oÈ‚·‚é

To be present at an event

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intend

inténd

`‚·‚é‚‚à‚è‚Å‚ ‚é

To plan or want to do something

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extend

iksténd

ˆø‚«L‚΂·GL‚°‚é

To straighten or stretch something out, e.g. your leg

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pretend

priténd

‚Ó‚è‚ð‚·‚é

To act as if something is true when it is not

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vend

vénd

(¬‚³‚ȏ¤•i‚ð)”„‚è•à‚­,(“y’n¥‰Æ‰®‚È‚Ç‚ð)”„‹p‚·‚é

To offer something for sale or to sell something

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bound

báund báund

”›‚ç‚ꂽ,`‚·‚é‹`–±‚ª‚ ‚é,‚Í‚¸‚Þ,–ô“®‚·‚é,‹«ŠE,ŒÀ“x,”͈Í

wrap around with something, so as to cover or enclose 

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found

fáund

”­Œ©‚·‚é

To discover something by looking for it

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pound

páund

í—pƒ|ƒ“ƒhG16ƒIƒ“ƒXC0.4536kg‚É‘Š“–

unit of weight equal to 16 ounces or 0.4536 kg

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compound

‡¬•¨G ‰»‡•¨C ‡¬‚³‚ꂽ

Combined into, or making up a chemical combination

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round

ráund

ŠÛ‚¢C‰~Œ`

being in the shape of a circle or ball

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around

əráund

`‚ÌŽü‚è‚É

Located on every side, or along something

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surround

səráund

ˆÍ‚Þ

To be on every side of something

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ground

ɡráund

’n–ʁG“y

solid surface of the earth that we stand on

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background

bǽkɡràund

”wŒi

images, color, or information behind the main one

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underground

[a.n]ʌ́ndə[r]ɡràund,[adv]˧˨˦

”½‘̐§‚Ì,’n‰º‚Ì,”é–§‚Ì,’n‰º“Sy‰pz,’n‰º“¹y•Äz

below the surface

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sound

sáund

‰¹G‰¹‹¿

Waves traveling in air or water that can be heard

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wound

wúːnd

C•‰‚³‚¹‚é

physical injury especially that suffered in battle

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bind

báind

”›‚éGŒ‹‚Ô

To wrap something with rope

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find

fáind

”­Œ©‚·‚é

To discover something by looking for it

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behind

biháind

`‚ÌŒã‚ë‚É

In or toward the back

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kind

káind

Ží—Þ

One type of thing

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blind

bláind

–Ú‚ÌŒ©‚¦‚È‚¢

Unable to see; with eyes that cannot see

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mind

máind

SG¸_

part of humans that allows us to think or feel

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remind

rimáind

Žv‚¢o‚³‚¹‚é

To make someone remember something

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wind

wínd waind waind

•—

natural movement of outside air as part of the weather

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broad

brɔ́ːd

L”͈͂Ì

wide; from the shorter two sides to the other

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abroad

əbrɔ́ːd

ŠCŠO‚É

In or to a foreign country

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guard

ɡɑ́ː[r]d

Žç‚éGŒ©’£‚éCŒx”õ

to keep watch over something to protect it e.g. a bank

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lifeguard

ŠÄŽ‹ˆõ,‹~Œìˆõ,‹~•ˆõ,Œ©’£‚èl,Œì‰q(ŽÒ),e‰q‘à,…‰jê‚ÌŠÅŽ‹ˆõ,”ráŠí,lifeguard‚Æ‚µ‚ċ΂߂é,‚̐¶–½‚ðŽç‚é

the person whose job it is to keep people safe at the beach or at  pool

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regard

riɡɑ́ː[r]d

’Ž‹‚·‚éG’ˆÓ‚𕥂¤

To pay attention to someone or something

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hard

hɑ́ː[r]d

‚©‚½‚¢

difficult to bend, break or cut; solid

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card

kɑ́ː[r]d

ƒJ[ƒh

small piece of paper or plastic used as I.D.

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discard

[v]diskɑ́ː[r]d,[n]˦˨

ŽÌ‚Ä‚é,‰ðŒÙ‚·‚é,(•s—p‚Ì‚à‚Ì‚ð)ˆ•ª‚·‚é,•úŠü,‰ðŒÙ

to throw away

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postcard

póus[t]kɑ̀ː[r]d

—X•Ö‚Í‚ª‚«

a card for sending messages by post without an envelope 

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yard

jɑ́ː[r]d

’ë

outdoor area or garden next to a house

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bird

bə́ː[r]d

’¹

animal with feathers that uses wings to fly

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standard

stǽndə[r]d

•W€C•W€‚Ì

accepted level of quality; an official measurement

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word

wə́ː[r]d

’PŒêGŒ¾—t

unit of language that has a meaning

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afterward

ǽftə[r]wə[r]d

‚ ‚Æ‚Å,Œã‚É

after an event or action

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forward

fɔ́ː[r]wə[r]d

‘O•û‚Ì

Toward what is ahead or in front

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password

ƒpƒXƒ[ƒh,‡‚¢Œ¾—t,‡Œ¾—t,“üê‹–‰Â‚𓾂éŽè’i

a secret word or phrase needed to prove who you are

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hazard

hǽzə[r]d

ŠëŒ¯‚É‚³‚ç‚·,ŠëŒ¯,–`Œ¯,‹ô‘R,‰^,ÐŠQ,áŠQ,—vˆö‚Æ‚È‚é‚à‚Ì

something that is dangerous

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weird

wíə[r]d

•Ï‚È

Odd or unusual

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board

bɔ́ː[r]d

(“Á’è‚Ì–Ú“I‚Ì‚½‚ß‚Ì)”Â;  ‘ä;  ”Õ

surface for posting or showing information

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aboard

əbɔ́ː[r]d

(‘D¥ƒoƒX‚È‚Ç)‚ɏæ‚Á‚Ä,“‹æ‚µ‚Ä,on board

on or in a moving vehicle, e.g. aboard the boat

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skateboard

ƒXƒP[ƒgƒ{[ƒh

a flat board with small wheels on the bottom that you move by pushing on the ground with one foot

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keyboard

ƒL[ƒ{[ƒh,Œ®”Õ

the part of computer that you type on

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afford

əfɔ́ː[r]d

`‚·‚é—]—T‚ª‚ ‚é

to have enough money to pay for something

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cord

kɔ́ː[r]d

ƒR[ƒh,•R

electric cable

171

accord

əkɔ́ː[r]d

ˆê’v‚·‚é

agreement or harmony

172

record

[v]rikɔ́ː[r]d,[n]rékə[r]d

ƒŒƒR[ƒh

Being the highest or most extreme level achieved in an area

173

T

landlord

lǽn[d]lɔ̀ː[r]d

‰ÆŽå,’nŽå

the person who owns the place you rent

174

T

ward

wɔ́ː[r]d

‚©‚í‚·,Œ‚‘Þ‚·‚é,(‘I‹“‚È‚Ç‚Ì)‹æ,”í•ÛŒìŽÒ,•ÛŒì,ŠÄ–[,•a“,’†’ë,(ƒJƒM‚Ì)‚Ý–Ú,“Ë‹N

an electoral district, a small area within which the people can all vote for the same thing

175

award

əwɔ́ː[r]d

Žö—^‚·‚éCÜ

To give a prize for doing something well

176

toward

tɔ́ː[r]d

`‚Ì•û‚ցG`‚ÖŒü‚¢‚āG`‚ɑ΂µ‚Ä

Facing or moving in the direction of something

177

reward

riwɔ́ː[r]d

•ñVC•ñ‚¢‚é

To give something to someone because of their good work

178

loud

láud

‰¹‚ª‘å‚«‚¢G‚¤‚邳‚¢G”hŽè‚È

Making a lot of noise

179

cloud

kláud

‰_G“Ü‚è

a mass of water vapor in the sky, as when it is going to rain

180

crowd

kráud

ŒQOCŒQ‚ª‚éG‰Ÿ‚·

large group of people together in one place

181

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overcrowd

¬ŽG‚³‚¹‚é

too many people in too small a space

182

proud

práud

ŒÖ‚è‚ÉŽv‚¤

Pleased because of something you have done

183

code

kóud

•„†GƒR[ƒh

a password made of a set of letters or numbers

184

load

lóud

d‰×G•‰‰×CÏ‚ݍž‚Þ

large, often heavy, amount of something to be moved

185

T

unload

(‰×‚ð)‚¨‚ë‚·,‚©‚çÏ‚Ý‰×‚ð‚¨‚ë‚·

to remove something (usually from a truck)

186

mode

móud

ó‘ԁG•û–@

way of acting or doing something

187

road

róud

“¹˜H

long piece of hard land for cars to travel on

188

episode

épəsòud

ƒGƒsƒ\[ƒhGo—ˆŽ–

show which is part of a larger story

189

food

fúːd

H•¨

What people and animals eat to live

190

T

seafood

ƒV[ƒt[ƒh‚Ì,ŠCŽYH•i,‹›‰î

things you can eat as food that live in the sea

191

conclude

kənklúːd

Œ‹˜_‚ðo‚·G’÷Œ‹‚·‚é

To stop or finish; to come to the end of something

192

include

inklúːd

ŠÜ‚Þ

to make someone/something part of a group

193

exclude

iksklúːd

œŠO‚·‚é

To prevent someone from access to a group

194

mood

múːd

‹C•ªGƒ€[ƒh

emotion or a state of mind; how you feel

195

attitude

ǽtit[j]ùːd

‘Ô“x

way you act, think and feel about something

196

T

abide

əbáid

‚ª‚Ü‚ñ‚·‚é,‚Æ‚Ç‚Ü‚é,‘Ò‚Â

put up with

197

guide

ɡáid

ˆÄ“à‚·‚éGŽw“±‚·‚éCˆÄ“àŽÒGŽw“±ŽÒ

To lead people visiting a new or unknown place

198

hide

háid

‰B‚·

to put a thing where it can't be found; go where you won't be found

199

slide

sláid

ŠŠ‚éG‚»‚Á‚Æ“®‚­G‰º‚ª‚éGˆ«‰»‚·‚éCŠŠ‚邱‚ƁGŠŠ‚è‘ä

To move smoothly and easily, usually over a surface

200

ride

ráid

æ‚éCæŽÔ

To sit on and control a horse or vehicle

201

pride

práid

ŒÖ‚è

When you respect yourself

202

side

sáid

‘¤–Ê

straight edge of an object

203

alongside

əlɔ́[ː]ŋsaid

`‚Æ•À‚ñ‚ŁG`‚Ì‚»‚΂ɁG`‚Æ•½s‚µ‚Ä

Side by side with something

204

aside

əsáid

‚í‚«‚Ö

to the side; out of the way; for later use

205

beside

bisáid

`‚Ì‹ß‚­‚É;`‚Ì —ׂÉ

By the side of something; next to something

206

decide

disáid

Œˆ‚ß‚é

To make a choice about something or choose after thinking

207

inside

insáid

“à•”G“à‘¤G“àîC“à‘¤‚́C“à‘¤‚É

being in something

208

outside

[n]áutsáid,[a]˦˧,[adv]˧˦,[prep]˧˦

ŠO‘¤CŠO‘¤‚́CŠO‘¤‚É

area around or near something, such as a building

209

T

countryside

kʌ́ntrisàid

“cŽÉ

land outside of cities and towns, that does not have buildings on it

210

T

seaside

síːsàid

ŠCŠÝ‚Ì,ŠCŠÝ

a place right by the ocean where people can go to relax and have fun

211

provide

prəváid

’ñ‹Ÿ‚·‚é

To make available; to supply for use

212

divide

diváid

•ª‚¯‚éG•ªŠ„‚·‚é

To separate something into equal pieces

213

wide

wáid

L‚¢

Having a great distance from one side to the other

214

T

worldwide

¢ŠE“I‚È(‹K–Í‚Ì),¢ŠE’†‚ɍL‚Ü‚Á‚½,¢ŠE’†‚ ‚Ü‚Ë‚­

Spanning or reaching across the whole earth

215

T

nationwide

‘S‘“I‚È(‚É)

all across the country

216

aid

éid

‰‡•‚·‚é

To provide things useful or needed by others

217

fade

féid

‚µ‚ڂށGF‚ ‚¹‚é

To lose strength or freshness

218

shade

ʃéid

“ú‰A

area of darkness when something blocks the light

219

decade

dékeid

10”N

period of 10 years

220

T

homemade

Ž©‰Æ»‚Ì

not bought from a store; made at home

221

T

unpaid

–¢•¥‚¢‚Ì

working for no money

222

T

parade

pəréid

s—ñ,Œ©‚¹‚Ñ‚ç‚©‚µ,‚ðsi‚·‚é,‚ðŒ©‚¹‚Ñ‚ç‚©‚·

walk or march

223

afraid

əfréid

•|‚ª‚Á‚Ä

Worried that something bad will happen; scared

224

grade

ɡréid

Šw”N

level of study that is completed by a student

225

T

upgrade

[v]ʌ̀pɡréid,[n]ʌ́pɡrèid

ã‚èâ,(Ž¿‚ð)‚æ‚­‚·‚é,y˜a»‰pŒêzƒOƒŒ[ƒhƒAƒbƒv

to improve what was old or outdated

226

trade

tréid

Žæˆø‚·‚é

To buy, sell and exchange goods in business

227

persuade

pə[r]swéid

à“¾‚·‚é

to get you to do/believe something, by giving reasons

228

indeed

indíːd

Šm‚©‚É

actually; in fact; in reality

229

feed

fíːd

H‚ו¨‚ð—^‚¦‚é

To give food, e.g. to animals or a baby

230

T

mislead

Œë‚蓱‚­,Œë‚Á‚½•ûŒü‚É“±‚­,ˆ«Ž–‚É—U‚¢‚±‚Þ,‹\‚­

to lead someone in the wrong direction or give someone wrong directions

231

need

níːd

•K—v‚ª‚ ‚é

to be unable to manage without something; require

232

speed

spíːd

‘¬‚³C‹}‚®G‰Á‘¬‚·‚é

quality of being fast or quick

233

breed

bríːd

“®•¨‚ªŽq‚𐶂Þ;  ”ɐB‚·‚é

To produce baby animals of specific kinds

234

seed

síːd

ŽíŽq

small object from which something new can grow

235

proceed

[v]prəsíːd,[n]próusiːd

‘±‚¯‚éGŽÀŽ{‚·‚é

To continue to do something; carry on

236

T

precede

prisíːd

‚ɐæs‚·‚é,æs‚·‚é,æ—§‚Â,‚̐æ‚É—§‚Â,‘O•û‚ðs‚­,‚ɐæ‚ñ‚¶‚é,‚̏ãˆÊ‚ɂ‚­,‚Ì‘O‚É’u‚­

to happen before something else

237

succeed

səksíːd

¬Œ÷‚·‚é

to have achieved what you were trying to achieve

238

exceed

iksíːd

’´‚¦‚é

To be greater in number than something

239

T

unemployed

ʌ̀nimplɔ́id

ŽdŽ–‚Ì‚È‚¢,Ž¸‹Æ‚µ‚½,—˜—p‚µ‚È‚¢,Q‚©‚µ‚Ä‚ ‚é

having no job

240

avoid

əvɔ́id

”ð‚¯‚é

To prevent from happening, or stay away from

241

T

unused

ʌnjúːzd

Žg—p‚³‚ê‚È‚¢,Žg‚í‚È‚¢,Žg‚Á‚½‚±‚Æ‚ª‚È‚¢,V‚µ‚¢,•sŠµ‚ê‚Ì

not yet put into use

242

T

unauthorized

‹–‰Â‚³‚ê‚Ä‚¢‚È‚¢,Œ ŒÀ‚Ì‚È‚¢,“Æ’f‚Ì

without official permission

243

cough

kɔ́[ː]f

ŠP‚ð‚·‚é

To force air through your throat with a short, loud noise

244

half

hǽf

”¼•ª

the part you get when one is divided into two; ½

245

T

behalf

bihǽf

—˜‰v

to speak or do something for someone else, e.g. on behalf ofc

246

laugh

lǽf

Î‚¤CÎ‚¢

To make a happy sound when something is funny

247

T

graph

ɡrǽf

ƒOƒ‰ƒt,}Ž®

an image that shows data

248

paragraph

pǽrəɡræ̀f

’i—Ž

section of writing that usually deals with one subject

249

photograph

fóutəɡræ̀f

ŽÊ^‚ðŽB‚é

To take a picture with a camera

250

staff

stǽf

EˆõCEˆõ‚ð”z’u‚·‚é

employees of a company

251

enough

inʌ́f

\•ª‚ȁC\•ª‚É

Equal to what is needed; as much as required

252

rough

rʌ́f

‘å‚´‚Á‚ςȁG‚¨‚¨‚æ‚»‚Ì

Having an uneven or not smooth surface

253

tough

tʌ́f

ä•v‚ȁGœ‚̐܂ê‚é

Very difficult to do or deal with

254

stuff

stʌ́f

•¨

generic description for things, materials, objects

255

T

chef

ʃéf

ƒRƒbƒN’·

a person who cooks for a living

256

if

‚à‚µ`‚È‚çG`‚©‚Ç‚¤‚©

Introducing a condition for something to happen

257

golf

ɡɑ́lf

ƒSƒ‹ƒt

game played to hit a ball into a hole with a stick

258

shelf

ʃélf

’I

flat board attached to a wall on which to store things

259

self

sélf

Ž©ŒÈ

person that someone really is

260

himself

”ÞŽ©g

the same (male) person who did the action

261

herself

”ޏ—Ž©g

female person that did the original action

262

yourself

juə[r]sélf

‚ ‚È‚½Ž©g

reflexive form of 'you', used for an emphasis

263

itself

itsélf

‚»‚ꎩ‘Ì

Referring to it

264

myself

maisélf

Ž„Ž©g

the same person as did the action mentioned

265

off

ɔ́[ː]f

`‚©‚ç—£‚ê‚āG‹x‚݂́G’âŽ~‚µ‚Ä

not having on; not wearing

266

T

layoff

ˆêŽž‹A‹x

the act of ending a worker's job because there is not enough work, or not enough money to pay for it

267

T

scarf

skɑ́ː[r]f

ƒXƒJ[ƒt,Ú‡

a long, narrow piece of material you wear round your neck to keep you warm

268

T

surf

sə́ː[r]f

”gæ‚è‚·‚é,ƒT[ƒtƒBƒ“‚ð‚·‚é,”g,Šñ‚¹‚é”g

move from one website to another on the internet

269

roof

rúːf

‰®ª

cover or top of something

270

proof

prúːf

Ø‹’GØ–¾

Something which shows that something else is true

271

life

láif

¶–½Gl¶G¶Šˆ

All the living things e.g. animals, plants, humans

272

T

wildlife

–쐶¶•¨

animals and plants that live in the natural world

273

knife

náif

ƒiƒCƒtG“

long piece of metal you use for cutting things

274

wife

wáif

È

married woman

275

safe

séif

ˆÀ‘S‚È

being out of danger

276

chief

tʃíːf

Žå—v‚ȁG Åd—v‚Ì

most important one

277

belief

bilíːf

M”O

Being sure that something exists or is true

278

relief

rilíːf

œ‹ŽGˆÀSG‹~•

pleasant and relaxed feeling

279

brief

bríːf

’ZŽžŠÔ‚́GŠÈŒ‰‚È

(of period of time) short; using few words

280

T

fog

fɔ́[ː]ɡ

‚ð”Z–¶‚Å•ï‚Þ,“–˜f,–¶,”Z–¶,‰Œ–¶,‰Œ,‚Ù‚±‚è,¬—,‚ð“܂点‚é,‚ð¬—‚³‚¹‚é

a cloud of white filled with small water droplets

281

T

jog

dʒɑ́ɡ

‚ð‰Ÿ‚·,—h‚è“®‚©‚·,(’ˆÓ‚𑣂µ‚Ä)‚¿‚å‚Á‚Ƃ‚­,ƒWƒ‡ƒMƒ“ƒO‚ð‚·‚é,‚ä‚Á‚­‚è‘–‚é

a gentle run

282

bag

bǽɡ

‚©‚΂ñGƒoƒbƒOG‘Ü

soft container to put things in and carry with you

283

flag

flǽɡ

Šø

piece of cloth, frequently marked with a colorful symbol or sign

284

drag

drǽɡ

ˆø‚Á’£‚é

To pull something that difficult to move

285

T

tag

tǽɡ

‚ɉº‚°ŽD‚ð‚‚¯‚é,Œˆ‚܂蕶‹å,ŽD,‰º‚°ŽD,‰×ŽD,‹à‹ï,”ö,Šª‚«–Ñ,yŽÔzy•Äzƒiƒ“ƒo[ƒvƒŒ[ƒg,y˜a»‰pŒêzy–ì‹…zƒ^ƒbƒ`ƒAƒEƒg

a label

286

T

bug

bʌ́ɡ

‚¢‚ç‚¢‚炳‚¹‚é,¢˜f‚³‚¹‚é,’Ž,y’Žzƒiƒ“ƒLƒ“ƒ€ƒV,”÷¶•¨,ƒoƒC‹Û,”M‹¶‰Æ,y‘­Œêz“’®‚·‚é,Œ‡Š×“_,“’®Ší

an insect

287

T

plug

plʌ́ɡ

·‚µž‚Ý,Á‰Îð,ð,ƒvƒ‰ƒO,ƒ\ƒPƒbƒg,“_‰Îð,‚ð‚Ó‚³‚®,é“`(‚·‚é)

to fill in a hole

288

T

unplug

ƒvƒ‰ƒO‚𔲂­,“d‹C‚ðØ‚é

to pull out an electrical cord from its socket

289

T

rug

rʌ́ɡ

‚¶‚イ‚½‚ñ,(°‚̈ꕔ‚ð‚¨‚¨‚¤)•~•¨,y˜a»‰pŒêzƒJ[ƒyƒbƒg

a small loose floor covering

290

drug

drʌ́ɡ

–ò

chemical used as a medicine

291

egg

ɡ

—‘

hard-shelled thing from which a young bird is born

292

leg

léɡ

‹r

Part of the body from the thigh down

293

big

bíɡ

‘å‚«‚¢

Large

294

dig

díɡ

Œ@‚é

To move material to create a hole

295

pig

píɡ

ƒuƒ^

animal that bacon comes from

296

hang

hǽŋ

‚©‚¯‚éG’Ý‚é‚·

To attach a picture, photograph etc onto a wall

297

among

əmʌ́ŋ

〜‚̊ԂɁG`‚Ì’†‚Ì

In the center of some things; in relation to several things

298

tongue

tʌ́ŋ

ã

part of the body that tastes food; it is pink or red and is inside the mouth

299

young

jʌ́ŋ

Žá‚¢

at an early stage of existence; not mature

300

T

outstanding

àutstǽndiŋ

Û‚¾‚Á‚½,–Ú—§‚Â,–¢‰ðŒˆ‚Ì,–¢•¥‚¢‚Ì

not yet completed

301

clothing

klóuðiŋ

ˆß—Þ

The things you wear on your body e.g. shirt, dress, tie

302

thing

ƒÆíŋ

‚ ‚Ì•¨G‚ ‚Ì‚±‚Æ

something you cannot remember the name of

303

nothing

nʌ́ƒÆiŋ

‰½‚à`‚È‚¢

Not anything, not a single thing

304

something

sʌ́mƒÆìŋ

‰½‚©

thing that is not yet known or named

305

anything

éniƒÆìŋ

i‹^–╶‚Łj‰½‚©Ci”ے蕶‚Łj‰½‚àCim’蕶‚Łj‰½‚Å‚à

thing of any kind; used to refer to a thing in questions

306

everything

évriƒÆiŋ

‚·‚ׂĂ̂±‚ƁE‚à‚Ì

All of the things mentioned

307

king

kíŋ

‰¤

royal male ruler of a country (inherited from family)

308

T

hardworking

‹Î•×‚È,‚æ‚­‚Í‚½‚ç‚­

always puts a lot of effort into the task or job

309

T

ceiling

síːliŋ

“Vˆä,Å‚‰¿Ši,Å‚ŒÀ“x

the thing that covers the room up high

310

T

incoming

“ü—ˆ

just arriving

311

T

upcoming

—ˆ‚é‚ׂ«

happening soon

312

morning

mɔ́ː[r]niŋ

’©GŒß‘O

early part of the day before 12 pm

313

evening

íːvniŋ

—[•ûG”Ó

The last part of the day and early part of the night

314

ring

ríŋ

ƒxƒ‹‚âƒAƒ‰[ƒ€‚̉¹‚ª–‚éG‹¿‚­

To produce a sound from a bell, alarm or telephone

315

bring

bríŋ

Ž‚Á‚Ä‚­‚éG‚à‚½‚ç‚·GŽŠ‚点‚é

to take or go with someone to a place

316

during

d[j]ù[ə]riŋ

`‚ÌŠÔ‚É

At some point in the course of an event or thing

317

spring

spríŋ

t

time of year when plants start growing after winter

318

string

stríŋ

Ž…G‚Ђà

Thick thread; thin rope

319

sing

síŋ

‰Ì‚¤

To make musical sounds with your voice

320

wing

wíŋ

—ƒ

part of an animal's body that is used for flying

321

T

ongoing

Œp‘±’†‚Ì,(Œ»Ý)is’†‚Ì,Œ»s‚Ì,”­’B’†‚Ì

still happening

322

swing

swíŋ

ƒuƒ‰ƒ“ƒR

outdoor seat that hangs by two ropes, often from a tree

323

long

lɔ́[ː]ŋ

’·‚¢

large distance from one end to the other

324

along

əlɔ̀[ː]ŋ

`‚ɉˆ‚Á‚Ä

At a point on a line

325

belong

bilɔ́[ː]ŋ

‘®‚·‚é

To be a member of a particular group and feel welcomed

326

wrong

rɔ́[ː]ŋ

ŠÔˆá‚Á‚½GŠÔˆá‚Á‚Ä

Not right, incorrect; not true; bad

327

strong

strɔ́[ː]ŋ

‹­‚¢G—Í‹­‚¢

Having big muscles; physically powerful

328

song

sɔ́[ː]ŋ

‰Ì

Some music with words in verse

329

dog

dɔ́[ː]ɡ

΢

Small 4-legged animal that barks kept as a pet

330

log

lɔ́[ː]ɡ

ŠÛ‘¾

piece of a tree that has fallen or been cut

331

catalog

kǽt[ə]lɔ̀[ː]ɡ

ƒJƒ^ƒƒO

list of items that are available for purchase, usually in the form of a book

332

dialog

‘Θb

conversation between two or more individuals

333

league

líːɡ

“¯–¿GƒŠ[ƒO 

association of sports teams that organizes matches for its members

334

colleague

kɑ́liːɡ

“¯—»

person you work together or cooperate with

335

T

fatigue

fətíːɡ

”æ˜J,”æ˜J‚·‚é

what you feel when you are very, very tired

336

a

ˆê‚‚Ì

One (of something)

337

agenda

ədʒéndə

‹c‘è;  ­ô;  •ûj

plan or policy to achieve your goal or intentions

338

T

sofa

sóufə

ƒ\ƒtƒ@[

a long soft seat with a back, big enough for at least two people to sit on

339

T

yoga

jóuɡə

ƒˆƒK,ƒˆƒK‚̍s(áґz“ICs–@)

a system of exercise to give control over your mind and body

340

formula

fɔ́ː[r]mjələ

•û–@

plan, rule or method for doing or making something

341

T

umbrella

ʌmbrélə

ŽP,‰JŽP

something, like an organization, that covers a  similar range of things

342

T

vanilla

vənílə

ƒoƒjƒ‰,ƒoƒjƒ‰‚ÌŽÀ,ƒoƒjƒ‰ƒGƒbƒZƒ“ƒX

a flavoring used in ice cream and other sweet foods to make them taste good

343

drama

drɑ́ːmə

Œ€Gƒhƒ‰ƒ}

play that is performed on stage, theater, or TV

344

T

cinema

sínəmə

‰f‰æŠÙ,‰f‰æ

a movie theatre

345

T

sauna

sɔ́ːnə

ƒTƒEƒi,ƒTƒEƒi—ê

a Finnish steam bath; steam is produced by pouring water over heated rocks 

346

T

tuna

t[j]úːnə

y‹›zƒ}ƒOƒ,–Ž

a type of fish that lives in the sea, and is good to eat

347

camera

kǽm[ə]rə

ƒJƒƒ‰

object that takes pictures digitally, or on film

348

era

íːrə

Žž‘ã

period of time that is characterized by particular events, qualities, conditions, or individuals

349

T

genre

ʒɑ́ːnrə

—ÞŒ^,Œ`Ž®,—lŽ®,ƒWƒƒƒ“ƒ‹,•—‘­‰æ(‚Ì),y‰f‰æz“ÁŽê‚È‹Zp¥ƒXƒg[ƒŠ[¥ƒZƒbƒg‚ðŽg—p‚µ‚½‰f‰æ

type of art, literature, or film, e.g. romance

350

opera

ɑ́p[ə]rə

ƒIƒyƒ‰ 

play with music in which all the words are sung

351

T

orchestra

ɔ́ː[r]kəstrə

ƒI[ƒPƒXƒgƒ‰,ŠÇŒ·Šy’c

many musicians with different instruments playing one musical piece

352

extra

ékstrə

—]•ª‚́C—]•ª‚È‚à‚Ì

More than necessary; additional

353

T

pizza

píːtsə

ƒsƒU(ƒpƒC)

a round piece of baked dough, covered with tomato, cheese and other ingredients

354

T

pasta

pɑ́ːstə

ƒpƒXƒ^

shaped and dried dough, made from flour and water, often used in Italian cooking

355

data

déitə

ƒf[ƒ^

Facts or information used to calculate or analyze

356

via

váiə

`‚ðŒo—R‚µ‚āG`‚É‚æ‚Á‚Ä

By going through, by way of

357

idea

aidíːə

l‚¦GƒAƒCƒfƒA

belief, thought, suggestion, opinion or plan

358

T

media

míːdiə

”}‘Ì

related to different forms of communication, e.g. radio, TV, newspapers etc.

359

area

é[ə]riə

’nˆæGêŠ

A specific section or space; part of a region

360

T

cafeteria

kæ̀fətí[ə]riə

ƒJƒtƒFƒeƒŠƒA

a restaurant where you serve yourself and pay a cashier 

361

T

bacteria

bæktí[ə]riə

ƒoƒNƒeƒŠƒA

small microbes that often make you sick

362

T

criteria

kraití[ə]riə

”»’èŠî€,”»’è‹K€,criterion‚Ì•¡”Œ`

details used to make a decision

363

T

visa

víːzə

¸Ø,— ‘‚«,ƒrƒU,—·Œ”‚É— ‘‚«‚ð‚·‚é,ƒrƒU‚ð—^‚¦‚é

travel permit that allows you to enter a particular country for a period of time

364

watch

wɑ́tʃ

ŠÏŽ@‚·‚é

to look at carefully to work out what is happening

365

T

wristwatch

wríst wàtch

˜rŽžŒv

a small device for telling the time that you wear on your lower arm

366

catch

kǽtʃ

•ß‚Ü‚¦‚é

use your hands to stop and hold something flying

367

match

mǽtʃ

ŽŽ‡

a sports competition between two people or teams

368

T

dispatch

dispǽtʃ

‹}‘—(‚·‚é),”­‘—(‚·‚é),•Ð•t‚¯‚é,‘¬’B,“d•ñ,”hŒ­

to send out

369

attach

ətǽtʃ

Žæ‚è•t‚¯‚éG“Y•t‚·‚é

To be associated or connected with

370

T

detach

ditǽtʃ

ˆø‚«—£‚·,Žæ‚èŠO‚·

to remove from something

371

much

mʌ́tʃ

‚½‚­‚³‚ñ‚́C”ñí‚ɁG‚¾‚¢‚½‚¢

a lot; large amount; a high degree of

372

such

[weak]sətʃ,[strɡ]sʌ́tʃ

‚»‚̂悤‚ȁG‚Æ‚Ä‚à`‚È

Like or similar

373

touch

tʌ́tʃ

G‚éGÚ‚·‚é

to feel an object with your fingers, etc

374

T

sketch

skétʃ

ƒXƒPƒbƒ`‚·‚é,ƒXƒPƒbƒ`,‘ˆÄ,ŠT—ª

a simple, quickly made drawing

375

stretch

strétʃ

L‚΂·

To make something bigger by pulling on it

376

pitch

pítʃ

ƒ{[ƒ‹‚ð“Š‚°‚éC“Š‹…

black substance that is sticky when it is hot and very hard when it is dry

377

rich

rítʃ

‹àŽ‚¿G–L‚©‚È

Having a lot of money, possessions, or resources

378

which

[h]wítʃ

‚Ç‚¿‚ç

question word to ask about a personfs choice

379

T

sandwich

sǽn[d]witʃ

ƒTƒ“ƒhƒCƒbƒ`

two pieces of bread with a filling inside, e.g. meat or jam

380

switch

swítʃ

ƒXƒCƒbƒ`

thing you move to turn electrical items on or off

381

branch

brǽn[t]ʃ

Ž}

part of a tree growing outward from the trunk

382

bunch

bʌ́n[t]ʃ

‘©

group of things of the same kind

383

lunch

lʌ́n[t]ʃ

’‹H

light meal eaten in the middle of the day

384

T

bench

bén[t]ʃ

ƒxƒ“ƒ`,–@’ì,Ù”»Š¯

a long, usually wooden, seat found mainly in parks

385

inch

ín[t]ʃ

ƒCƒ“ƒ`

1/12 of a foot (2.54 centimeters)

386

launch

lɔ́ːn[t]ʃ

Žn‚ß‚éG”­ŽË‚·‚é

to put a rocket into the air; put a ship into the water

387

church

tʃə́ː[r]tʃ

‹³‰ï

building where christians gather and pray to god

388

search

sə́ː[r]tʃ

‘{‚·C‘{õ

To carefully look for something

389

research

riːsə́ː[r]tʃ

Œ¤‹†CŒ¤‹†‚·‚é

To carefully study to find and report new knowledge

390

coach

kóutʃ

ƒR[​ƒ`

person who teaches others how to do (sport, job)

391

approach

əpróutʃ

‹ß‚­G Ú‹ß‚·‚é

To get close to reaching something or somewhere

392

each

íːtʃ

ŠeG1‚Â1‚‚Ì

Every one of two or more things

393

beach

bíːtʃ

»•l

large area of sand, next to an area of water

394

speech

spíːtʃ

˜bGƒXƒs[ƒ`

expression of ideas or opinions

395

reach

ríːtʃ

L‚Ñ‚éG‹y‚ԁG“Í‚­G“ž’…‚·‚éCL‚΂·‚±‚ƁG“Í‚­”͈Í

To come to or arrive at a goal or destination

396

teach

tíːtʃ

‹³‚¦‚é

To help someone learn or do something

397

with

wíð/wiƒÆ

`‚ƈꏏ‚É;  `‚ŁG`‚̈êˆõ‚ŁG`‚ÉŽ^¬‚µ‚āG`‚µ‚½ó‘Ô‚Å

Used to express that people or things are together

398

smooth

smúːð

‚È‚ß‚ç‚©‚ȁC‚È‚ß‚ç‚©‚É‚·‚é

Something that feels pleasant and flat when you touch it not rough

399

breathe

bríːð

ŒÄ‹z‚·‚é

To move air into and out of your lungs

400

T

badge

bǽdʒ

ƒoƒbƒW

a small piece of material with your name and details on that you wear to show who you are

401

T

luggage

lʌ́ɡidʒ

y‰pz(W‡“I)Žè‰×•¨,—·s‚©‚΂ñ

Bags and cases that you carry your clothes in when you go on a journey

402

mortgage

mɔ́ː[r]ɡidʒ

’ï“–GZ‘[ƒ“

long-term loan from a bank for buying property

403

judge

dʒʌ́dʒ

R—‚·‚éGR¸‚·‚éG”»’f‚·‚é

To form an opinion after careful consideration

404

package

pǽkidʒ

¬•ïG•ï‘•GƒpƒbƒP[ƒW

box or container items are placed in for mailing

405

knowledge

nɑ́lidʒ

’mŽ¯

Information, understanding, or skill

406

village

vílidʒ

Լ

small town in the country

407

T

mileage

máilidʒ

‘ƒ}ƒCƒ‹”,ƒ}ƒCƒ‹•\Ž¦‹——£,ƒ}ƒCƒ‹“–‚½‚è—¿‹à,—˜‰v

distance travelled in miles

408

damage

dǽmidʒ

‘¹ŠQC‘¹ŠQ‚ð—^‚¦‚é

Physical harm that is done to something

409

image

ímidʒ

ƒCƒ[ƒWG‰æ‘œ

picture, sculpture or painting of something

410

manage

mǽnidʒ

Œo‰c‚·‚éGŠÇ—‚·‚é

To run or operate a business by directing others

411

coverage

kʌ́v[ə]ridʒ

•ñ“¹

type of programs a radio or TV station broadcasts

412

storage

stɔ́ːridʒ

’™‘ G•ÛŠÇG•ÛŠÇêŠ

act of storing something; a depository for goods

413

T

cartridge

kɑ́ː[r]tridʒ

ƒJ[ƒgƒŠƒbƒW,ƒpƒgƒ[ƒl,–ò•ï,’e–ò“›

a piece of the equipment that is a sealed unit, and that can be taken out and replaced

414

passage

pǽsidʒ

’ʘHG’ʉß

narrow path or space through which people or objects can go through

415

message

mésidʒ

ƒƒbƒZ[ƒWG“`Œ¾

piece of information that is told/given to someone

416

T

usage

júːsidʒ

—p–@,Žg—p–@

the usual or customary way in which something is used

417

percentage

pə[r]séntidʒ

ƒp[ƒZƒ“ƒe[ƒWGŠ„‡

part of a whole divided into hundredths

418

T

shortage

ʃɔ́ː[r]tidʒ

”—Ê‚Ì•s‘«,•s‘«,Œ‡“_

a lack of something

419

T

postage

póustidʒ

—X‘——¿‹à,—X•Ö—¿‹à,—XÅ,‚Æ‚Ä‚à‹·‚¢êŠ

the charge for mailing something 

420

T

outage

áutidʒ

Œ¸—Ê,–ÚŒ¸‚è,‹ó‚«,ŒÌá,‹@”\‹xŽ~,’â“dŽžŠÔ

a failure in the power system so that there is no electricity available

421

language

lǽŋɡwidʒ

Œ¾Œê

words or signs used to communicate messages

422

edge

édʒ

’[G‚Ó‚¿

boundary of a surface

423

allege

əlédʒ

Žå’£‚·‚é

to State without proof

424

T

garbage

ɡɑ́ː[r]bidʒ

¶‚²‚Ý,‚²‚Ý,”p•¨,‚ ‚ç,‘䏊ƒSƒ~,Žc”Ñ,‚ª‚ç‚­‚½,‹û,y’nkz

trash; something that is worthless

425

T

baggage

bǽɡidʒ

Žè‰×•¨

travel bags

426

college

kɑ́lidʒ

‘åŠwGi•Äj’P‰È‘åŠw

school or educational institution for adults

427

acknowledge

əknɑ́lidʒ

”F‚ß‚é

To say you accept the truth or value of something

428

privilege

prív[ə]lidʒ

“ÁŒ G“Á“T

advantage or right that is given to only a certain person or group of people

429

bridge

brídʒ

‹´

structure built over river/road so you can cross

430

encourage

enkə́ːridʒ

—ã‚Ü‚·G§—ã‚·‚é

To make someone more determined or confident

431

average

ǽv[ə]ridʒ

•½‹Ï‚́G•’Ê‚Ì

typical or normal; usual; ordinary

432

T

beverage

bév[ə]ridʒ

ˆù—¿,ˆù‚Ý•¨

any liquid suitable for drinking

433

marriage

mǽridʒ

Œ‹¥

formal relationship between a husband and a wife

434

advantage

ədvǽntidʒ

—˜“_

thing making the chance of success higher

435

challenge

tʃǽlin[d]ʒ

’§í

an activity you wish to try that may be hard to do

436

orange

ɔ́[ː]rin[d]ʒ

ƒIƒŒƒ“ƒWF

being a color that is a mixture of red and yellow

437

T

lounge

láun[d]ʒ

‚Ô‚ç‚Ô‚ç‚ÆŽž‚ð‰ß‚²‚·,‚®‚Á‚½‚艡‚É‚È‚é,‚Ô‚ç‚Ô‚ç‚Æ•à‚­,’·ˆÖŽq,‹xŒeŠ,’k˜bŽº,ƒ‰ƒEƒ“ƒW

a place to relax

438

change

tʃéin[d]ʒ

•Ï‚¦‚éG •Ï‚í‚é

To make or become different, or into something else

439

exchange

ikstʃéin[d]ʒ

ŒðŠ·‚·‚é

To give things of similar value to each other

440

range

réin[d]ʒ

”͈́C”͈͂ɋy‚ԁG•À‚ׂé

limits within which something extends or varies

441

arrange

əréin[d]ʒ

‚«‚¿‚ñ‚Æ•À‚ׂé;  ®‚¦‚é

To organize things into an order for them to happen

442

T

rearrange

Ä®—‚·‚é

to put into a new order

443

strange

stréin[d]ʒ

Šï–­‚È

Unusual or odd; surprising because unexpected

444

charge

tʃɑ́ː[r]dʒ

¿‹‚·‚é

To ask for money as a price for a service or goods

445

T

overcharge

•s“–‚ɐ¿‹‚·‚é

to ask for too much money for goods or service

446

large

lɑ́ː[r]dʒ

‘å‚«‚¢GL‚¢

Big; of great size; broad, tall, wide, long, or fat

447

urge

ə́ː[r]dʒ

‘£‚·CÕ“®G–{”\

To strongly persuade someone to do something

448

T

merge

mə́ː[r]dʒ

‡•¹‚·‚é,‡“¯‚·‚é,“¯‰»‹zŽû‚·‚é,—n‚¯ž‚Ü‚¹‚é,—Z‡‚·‚é

to bring two things together to make one

449

emerge

imə́ː[r]dʒ

oŒ»‚·‚é

To rise or appear out of some background

450

huge

hjúːdʒ

‹‘å‚È

Very very large

451

T

oblige

əbláidʒ

‹­‚¢‚é,—]‹V‚È‚­‚³‚¹‚é

to make someone have to do something

452

age

éidʒ

”N—î

number of years a person has lived (also of things)

453

engage

enɡéidʒ,ɑ̀ːŋɡɑːʒéi

]Ž–‚·‚éG‚©‚ݍ‡‚¤

To carry out, participate in; be involved in

454

T

cage

kéidʒ

œ‘g‚Ý,’¹˜U,ŠÄ–,ƒS[ƒ‹,‚©‚²(‚É‚¢‚ê‚é),(ƒ{[ƒ‹¥ƒpƒbƒN‚ð)ƒS[ƒ‹‚É‚¢‚ê‚é

a box-like crate usually made of steel

455

page

péidʒ

ƒy[ƒW

One side of a sheet of paper

456

stage

stéidʒ

•‘‘ä

place where actors or musician perform for others

457

wage

wéidʒ

’À‹à

money paid to a worker for the hours they worked

458

wash

wɑ́ʃ

ô‚¤

To clean someone or something with soap and water

459

cash

kǽʃ

Œ»‹à

physical money (not credit card or digital)

460

flash

flǽʃ

‘MŒõC‚Ò‚©‚Á‚ÆŒõ‚é

sudden bright light

461

crash

krǽʃ

Õ“Ë‚·‚é

to damage an object by causing it to hit something

462

T

trash

trǽʃ

‚²‚Ý,‚­‚¸

garbage or waste; something worthless

463

rush

rʌ́ʃ

‘å‹}‚¬‚Å‚·‚éG“ːi‚·‚éC‹}‚¬G“ːiG‚قƂ΂µ‚è

To do something very quickly

464

brush

brʌ́ʃ

–‚¢‚½‚è•¥‚¤‚½‚߂̃nƒP

thing used to comb your hair or to clean the floor

465

fresh

fréʃ

V‚µ‚¢

Newly made or gathered

466

T

refresh

rifréʃ

Œ³‹C‚¯‚é,‚³‚í‚â‚©‚È‹C•ª‚É‚·‚é,‚𐶂«¶‚«‚³‚¹‚é,‚ðV‚½‚É‚·‚é,•â‹‹‚·‚é

to put new life or energy into

467

dish

díʃ

ŽMG—¿—

shallow container that you cook or serve food in

468

fish

fíʃ

‹›

animal that swims and lives in the sea

469

T

demolish

dimɑ́liʃ

(Œš•¨)‚ð”j‰ó‚·‚é,‚ðŽæ‚è‰ó‚·,•¢‚·,•½‚ç‚°‚é,y’nkz

knock down; completely destroy

470

T

polish

pɑ́liʃ

‚𖁂­,‚̂‚â‚ðo‚·,‚ðô—û‚·‚é,‚ðã•i‚É‚·‚é,–‚«•²,Œõ‘òÜ

to make something shine with a cloth

471

establish

istǽbliʃ

Ý—§‚·‚éG§’è‚·‚é

To set or create something to last for a long time

472

T

publish

pʌ́bliʃ

‚ðo”Å‚·‚é,‚ð”­•\‚·‚é

to print and distribute

473

accomplish

əkɑ́mpliʃ/əkómpliʃ

’B¬‚·‚é

to succeed in doing; complete successfully

474

finish

fíniʃ

I‚í‚è

the end of something; completion

475

T

furnish

fə́ː[r]niʃ

”õ‚¦•t‚¯‚é,‚ð‹Ÿ‹‹‚·‚é,‚ð’ñ‹Ÿ‚·‚é,‚ð‘•”õ‚·‚é

to put furniture in

476

wish

wíʃ

Šè‚¤

To want something to happen or to become true

477

distinguish

distíŋɡwiʃ

‹æ•Ê‚·‚é

To be a feature to make something clearly different from others

478

push

púʃ

‰Ÿ‚µ‚Ì‚¯‚é

To force something away from you

479

bath

bǽƒÆ

—‘…

long container you fill with hot water to wash in

480

path

pǽƒÆ

¬“¹G’ʂ蓹

track made with stones/by walking over the ground

481

death

déƒÆ

Ž€GŽ€–S

when someone dies; the end of life

482

breath

bréƒÆ

‘§GŒÄ‹z

air you take in and out of your body

483

length

léŋ[k]ƒÆ

’·‚³

measurement of distance or of time

484

strength

stréŋ[k]ƒÆ

—́G‹­‚³

Being strong

485

health

hélƒÆ

Œ’N

(person, company) being in a good condition; being well

486

wealth

wélƒÆ

•x

large amount of money and possessions

487

month

mʌ́nƒÆ

ŒŽ

one of 12 28-31 day periods in the year

488

T

cloth

klɔ́[ː]ƒÆ

ƒ‰ƒVƒƒ,•z,D•¨,•z’n,–‹,•ž’n

a piece of thin material

489

T

tablecloth

ƒe[ƒuƒ‹ƒNƒƒX

a cover for a table

490

depth

dépƒÆ

[‚³

distance below a surface

491

earth

ə́ː[r]ƒÆ

’n‹…

the planet we live on

492

birth

bə́ː[r]ƒÆ

’a¶

time when a baby or young animal is born

493

worth

wə́ː[r]ƒÆ

‰¿’l

how much something is worth; the value of something

494

forth

fɔ́ː[r]ƒÆ

‘O‚ցGŠO‚Ö

Outward forward

495

north

nɔ́ː[r]ƒÆ

–k

direction to your left when facing the rising sun

496

mouth

[v]máuð,[n]máuƒÆ

ŒûCŒ¾‚¤

part of the face used for eating and talking

497

south

sáuƒÆ

“ìG“ì‚́G“ì‚Ö

direction that is the opposite of north

498

both

bóuƒÆ

—¼•û

Used to refer to two things at the same time

499

growth

ɡróuƒÆ

¬’·G‘BGŽîá‡

act of growing

500

T

booth

búːƒÆ

ƒeƒ“ƒgŠ|‚¯‰®‘ä

an enclosed space like a cubicle, stall or stand

501

truth

trúːƒÆ

^—G^ŽÀ

real facts about something

502

tooth

túːƒÆ

Ž•

hard white things in the mouth, used to bite

503

youth

júːƒÆ

Â”NŽž‘ãGŽá‚³GŽáŽÒ

When you are young ; a young person

504

faith

féiƒÆ

M‹ÂGM—Š

belief that that something is true without proof

505

beneath

biníːƒÆ

`‚̉º‚É

Under; In or to a lower position; below

506

T

garage

ɡərɑ́ː[d]ʒ

ƒKƒŒ[ƒW,ŽÔŒÉ

a place where you keep your car

507

T

massage

məsɑ́ːʒ

ƒ}ƒbƒT[ƒW,‚ ‚ñ‚Ü,ˆÂ–€p,‚à‚ÝŽ¡—Ã

rub the body in a special way that makes it feel better

508

T

concierge

kɑ̀nsiéə[r]ʒ

ƒAƒp[ƒg‚È‚Ç‚ÌŠÇ—l(’ʗᏗ«)

the person in a hotel whose job it is to arrange things for the guests

509

T

dock

dɑ́k

ƒhƒbƒN‚É“ü‚ê‚é,ƒhƒbƒLƒ“ƒO‚·‚é,yA•¨zƒXƒJƒ“ƒ|‚Ì—Þ

the place where boats get tied up

510

shock

‚¬‚å‚Á‚Æ‚³‚¹‚éCŒƒ“ˁGƒVƒ‡ƒbƒN

sudden bad feeling caused by something unexpected

511

lock

lɑ́k

ù‚⃍ƒbƒNAŒ®‚ð‚©‚¯‚é

To use a key/code so others canft open something

512

block

blɑ́k

–W‚°‚éG Ç‚®

To stop from going forward or making progress

513

clock

klɑ́k

ŽžŒv

A device that shows the time

514

T

o'clock

əklɑ́k

`Žž

the hour of the day

515

knock

nɑ́k

ƒmƒbƒN‚·‚é

To hit something to get people's attention

516

rock

rɑ́k

ŠâGÎ

big stone; hard, solid substance forming mountains

517

T

sock

sɑ́k

ƒ\ƒbƒNƒX,’Z‚¢ŒC‰º,ŒC‰º,yŒûŒêz‚°‚ñ‚±‚ʼn£‚邱‚Æ,‹­‘Å

something you wear on your foot to keep you warm

518

stock

stɑ́k

ÝŒÉG’~‚¦CŽd“ü‚ê‚éG–ž‚½‚·

piece of a business, bought in the form of shares

519

back

bǽk

‚à‚Æ‚É–ß‚Á‚Ä

have returned to a place you were before

520

T

feedback

‹A‚Á‚Ä‚­‚éˆÓŒ©¥”½‰ž¥î•ñ,Žè‚²‚½‚¦

information given to the provider about how good or bad the goods or services were

521

T

drawback

–ß‚µÅ,Œ‡“_,áŠQ

the downside of something

522

T

paperback

Ž†•\Ž†–{,ƒy[ƒp[ƒoƒbƒN(”Å)

a book that has a cover made of paper

523

lack

lǽk

•s‘«CŒ‡‚¢‚Ä‚¢‚é

to not have, or not have enough, of something

524

black

blǽk

•‚¢

color of the sky on a dark night

525

T

snack

snǽk

ŒyH‚ð‚Æ‚é,Œy‚¢HŽ–,ŒyH(‚ð‚Æ‚é),‹}‚¢‚Å‚·‚éHŽ–

Small amount of food eaten between meals

526

pack

pǽk

•ï‚ށG‹l‚ß‚é

To put things in a suitcase to go on a trip

527

T

backpack

ƒoƒbƒNƒpƒbƒN(‚ð”w•‰‚Á‚ÄŽ©‘R‚ɐe‚µ‚Þ)(˜g•t‚«ƒŠƒ…ƒbƒN)

a bag with shoulder straps worn on the back

528

T

rack

rǽk

’I,˜g,‚ð‹ê‚µ‚ß‚é,y‹CÛz‚¿‚¬‚ê‰_

a stand or shelf to put things on

529

crack

krǽk

Š„‚ê‚éCŠ„‚ê–Ú

To almost break something

530

track

trǽk

ÕG“¹C’ǐՂ·‚é

To follow behind someone to see what they are doing

531

attack

ətǽk

UŒ‚‚·‚é

to try to destroy, beat, or injure

532

T

stack

stǽk

Ï‚ݏd‚Ë,ƒXƒ^ƒbƒN,‘͐Ï,Š±‚µ‘‚ÌŽR,‚ðÏ‚ݏd‚Ë‚é

a pile of things placed one on top of the other

533

bank

bǽŋk

‹âs

A financial institution that keeps or lends money

534

thank

ƒÆǽŋk

Š´ŽÓ‚·‚é

to tell someone you are grateful to them

535

rank

rǽŋk

ŠK‹‰G’nˆÊC‡ˆÊ•t‚¯‚·‚é