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agree with
to think or say the same
I agreed with them that we should try again.
chat
to talk in a friendly and informal way with someone
She chatted with her friends.
depend
to rely on
You can't depend on his arriving on time.
friendship
the relationship between friends
They have a long friendship since they were 7 years old.
generation
people born at about the same time
People of my generation all think the same way about this.
in common
공통적인
Bonnie and Gerald have many things in common.
marriage
the state of being married
Their marriage lasted for thirty happy years.
misunderstanding
a confusion or mistake
She has a minsunderstanding about the date of the meeting.
senior
a person who is older in years or higher in rank or authority
John is senior to me by two years.
social
concerning or belonging to the way of life and welfare of people in a community
Poverty is a social problem.
challenging
demanding effort; difficult
Climbing a mountain is challenging.
happen
to take place or occur; to occur by chance
What happened next?
hardly
almost no, none, never etc
I hardly saw the concert since I had to leave early.
have fun
to have a good time
have fun while making cakes.
incident
an event or happening
There was a strange incident in the supermarket today.
likely
used to indicate the chance that something will happen
It's likely that the building will break down.
occur
to take place
The accident occurred yesterday morning.
once
at one time
There was once a rooster walking in a farmyard.
opportunity
a chance to do or a time for doing
It is a golden opportunity.
ordinary
usual; normal
She was behaving in a perfectly ordinary manner.
recent
happening, done etc not long ago
Things have changed in recent weeks.
valuable
having high value
She has a lot of valuable jewelry.
accuse
feeling or showing anger
He was so angry that he was unable to speak
advice
an opinion about how to do something
My mom gives me advice when I have a problem.
agree
to think or say the same
I agreed with them that we should try again.
apologize
to say that one is sorry, for having done something wrong, for a fault etc
I must apologize to her for my rudeness.
argue
to quarrel
I'm not going to argue.
blame
to find fault with (a person)
I don't blame you for wanting to leave.
gesture
a movement of the head, hand etc to express an idea etc
The speaker emphasized his words with violent gestures.
joke
anything said or done to cause laughter
He made the old joke about the elephant in the refrigerator.
message
a piece of information spoken or written, passed from one person to another
I have a message for you from Mr Johnston.
reply
to answer
`I don't know,' he replied.
rude
not polite; showing bad manners
I was shocked by her rude behavior.
turn down
to reduce (the level of light, noise etc) produced by (something)
Please turn down (the volume on) the radio - it's far too loud!
ancient
relating to times long ago
Archeologists study the ancient history.
century
a (period of a) hundred years
We live in the twenty-first century.
decade
a period of ten years
The war lasted nearly three decades.
document
a written statement giving information, proof, evidence etc
She signed several legal documents relating to the sale of her house.
empire
a group of states etc under a single ruler or ruling power
The Roman empire included several hundred towns and cities.
heritage
things which are passed on from one generation to another
We must all take care to preserve our national heritage.
human
a person
humans are not as different from animals as we might think.
kingdom
a state having a king (or queen) as its head
The United kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
modern
belonging to the present or to recent times; not old or ancient
I saw Jeff’s modern house in a magazine.
mystery
something that is difficult to understand or explain
Her death was surrounded by mystery.
record
a written report of facts, events etc
He held the record as the first person to climb this mountain.
revolution
a successful, violent attempt to change or remove a government etc
The American revolution took place between 1765 and 1783.
breathe
to draw in and let out (air etc) from the lungs
He was unable to breathe because of the smoke.
cure
to make better
That medicine cured me.
flu
a type of infectious illness usually causing headache, fever, a cold etc.
He got a flu on last weekend.
infection
the process of infecting or state of being infected
You should wash your hands after handling raw meat to avoid infection.
insurance
the promise of a sum of money in event of loss eg by fire or other disaster, given in compensation by a company etc in return for regular
Have you paid the insurance on your jewellery?
medical
of healing, medicine or doctors
If you often have awful headaches, you should get medical help.
mental
of the mind
You need a medical help.
mind
brain
It was as if the shoes had a mind of their own.
muscle
any of the bundles of fibres in the body which, by contracting or relaxing, cause movement of the body
He has well-developed muscles in his arms.
patient
a person who is being treated by a doctor, dentist etc
The hospital had too many patients.
sickness
unhealthy condition of body or mind
Jenny missed work due to sikness.
stress
the worry experienced by a person in particular circumstances
Her headaches may be caused by stress.
suffer
to have a illness or medical condition
They are suffering from the flu.
anniversary
the day of the year on which something once happened and is remembered
We celebrated our fifth wedding anniversary.
avenue
a word used in the names of certain roads or streets
Waikiki Trade Center's address is 2255 Kuhio avenue.
celebrate
to mark by giving a party etc in honour of a happy or important event
I'm celebrating my birthday today.
ceremony
a sacred or formal act, a wedding, funeral etc
Their wedding ceremoney was awesome.
conference
a meeting for discussion
Many people came to the book conference.
convenience store
a small store
There is a new convenience store at the corner.
exhibition
a public display
The book exhibition is going to hold at the end of this month.
funeral
the ceremony before the burying or cremation of a dead body
A large number of people attended the president's funeral
gallery
a large room or building in which paintings, statues etc are on show
They went to an art gallery when their first date.
show up
to make obvious
Only three people showed up for the meeting yesterday.
temple
a building in which people worship, usually as part of a non-Christian religion
Japan has many great temples.
compose
to form by putting parts together
A word is composed of several letters.
creative
having or showing the power and imagination to create
Tommy's special dinner was creative and wonderful.
global
affecting the whole world
War is now a global problem.
modern
belonging to the present or to recent times; not old or ancient
I saw Jeff’s modern house in a magazine.
painting
a painted picture
There were four paintings hanging on the wall.
performance
something done on stage etc.
The company gave a performance of 'Othello'.
quality
the extent to which something has features
We produce several different qualities of paper.
religion
a belief in, or the worship of, a god or gods
He has no religion.
sculpture
the art of modelling or carving figures, shapes etc
He went to art school to study painting and sculpture.
standard
something used as a basis of measurement
The kilogram is the international standard of weight.
talent
a special ability or cleverness; a skill
Jasmine has a talent for drawing.
technique
the way in which a (usually skilled) process is, or should be, carried out
They admired the pianist's faultless technique.
campaign
a series of organized actions in support of a cause
He participated a campaign against smoking for years.
climate
the weather conditions of a region (temperature, moisture etc)
Britain has a temperate climate.
control
to keep to a fixed standard
The government is controlling prices.
desert
an area of barren country, usually hot, dry and sandy, where there is very little rain
Parts of the country are like a desert.
disaster
a terrible event, especially one that causes great damage, loss etc
The earthquake was the greatest disaster the country had ever experienced.
endangered
in danger
Many plants and animals are endangred.
hunt
to chase (animals etc) for food or for sport
He spent the whole day hunting deer.
nuclear
using atomic energy: a nuclear power station
Russia is one of countries which have nuclear weapons.
pollution
the action or process of making land, water, air, etc., dirty
China's air pollution is a big problem.
protect
to guard or defend from danger; to keep safe
She protected the children from every danger.
species
a group (of animals etc) whose members are so similar or closely related as to be able to breed together
There are se-veral species of zebra.
wildlife
wild animals, birds, insects ect collectively
People must behave to protect wildlife.
annual
happening every year
The soccer match is an annual routine.
beat
a regular stroke or its sound
I like the beat of that song.
defeat
to win a victory over
They defeated our team by three goals.
final
the very last
The final chapter of the book was touching.
injury
an instance of harm or damage
Badly designed chairs can cause injury to the spine.
international
involving, or done by, two or more nations
One direction is an international singer.
opponent
a person who opposes
He beat his opponent by four points.
race
a competition to find who or which is the fastest
He saw a horse race.
rival
a person etc who tries to compete with another
For students of English, this dictionary is without a rival.
score
the number of points, goals etc gained in a game, competition etc
The cricket score is 59 for 3.
sportsmanship
fair play, respect for opponents, and polite behavior by someone who is competing in a sport or other competition
He showed lack of sportsmanship at the match.
victory
a defeat of an enemy or rival
Our team has had two defeats and eight victories.
abroad
in or to another country
He lived abroad for many years.
amazing
causing great surpise or wonder
He showed an amazing performance.
baggage
luggage
He sent his baggage on in advance.
budget
any plan showing how money is to be spent
My budget for the trip is not enough.
coast
the side or border of land next to the sea
The coast was very rocky.
confirm
to establish or make quite certain
They confirmed their hotel booking by letter.
countryside
country areas
He lives in the countryside.
domestic
not foreign
The company hopes to gain more money from domestic sales.
journey
a distance travelled, especially over land
By train, it is a two-hour journey from here to the coast.
native
belonging by race to a country
The land belongs to native Brazilian.
passenger
a person who travels in any vehicle, boat, aeroplane etc
There are a lot of passengers on the bus.
author
the writer of a book, article, play etc
He used to be a well-known author but his books are out of print now.
barber
a person who cuts men's hair, shaves their beards etc
He gets a haircut at the barber shop once a month.
critic
a person who judges or comments on books, art etc
He is the book critic for the local newspaper.
expert
a person who has special skill or knowledge relating to a particular subject
When your computer breaks down, it is better to leave it to expert.
florist
a person who (grows and) sells flowers.
James became a florist.
journalist
a writer for a newspaper, magazine etc.
Lisa wants to be a journalist when she grow up.
judge
to hear and try (cases) in a court of law
Who will be judging this murder case?
mayor
the chief public official of a city, town or borough
The reporters asked many questions of the mayor.
priest
a person who lead in some religions and especially in some Christian religions
He was chosen as a Roman Catholic priest.
professor
a university teacher who is the head of a department
He is a English professor at University of Leeds.
secretary
a person employed to write letters, keep records and make business arrangements
He dictated a letter to his secretary.
soldier
a person in the army
A soldier saw Karen’s red shoes.
advance
to move forward
The army advanced towards the town.
aircraft
any of several types of machine for flying in the air
Enemy aircraft have been sighted.
artificial
made by man; not natural; not real
artificial legs are made from light materials, like plastic.
automatic
working by itself
The car's door is automatic.
capacity
ability
The company has an earning capacity of forty millions a year.
device
something made for a purpose, eg a tool or instrument
The store sells electronic?devices.
electronic
worked or produced by devices built or made according to the principles of electronics
Stop using any electronic items when the plane is taking off.
feature
a mark by which anything is known; a quality
The use of bright colours is one of the features of her painting.
gasoline
a flammable liquid produced by mixing natural gas and PETROLEUM, used for fuel for vehicles (especially cars)
The gasoline was expensive to buy.
scientific
of science
They temped to speak with a scientific approach.
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