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Unit 4


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adequate (adj)
enough
apparent (adj)
obvious or easy to notice
appropriate (adj)
suitable or right for a particular situation or occasion
blizzard (n)
a severe snow storm with strong winds
burn (v)
to hurt a part of the body with fire or heat
bury (v)
to cover something or someone completely with a large quantity of something
collapse (v)
to fall down suddenly because of pressure or having no strength or support
collision (n)
an accident that happens two vehicles hit each other with force
considerable (adj)
large or important enough to be noticed
crash (n)
an accident in which a vehicle hits something
cut (v)
to injure yourself on a sharp object which makes you bleed
fall (v)
to move down towards the ground, sometimes by accident
fierce (adj)
very strong or powerful
goggles (n)
special glasses that fit close to the face to protect the eyes
gust (n)
a sudden strong wind
harness (n)
a piece of equipment with straps and belts, used to control or hold in place a person, animal or object
heatstroke (n)
a condition that can lead to death, caused by being too long in a very hot place
helmet (n)
a hard hat that protects your head
injury (n)
damage to someone's body in an accident or an attack
irritate (v)
to make a part of your body sore or painful
major (adj)
more important, bigger or more serious than others of the same type
minor (adj)
not important or serious
potential (adj)
possible when the necessary conditions exist
protection (n)
the act of protecting or state of being protected
scald (v)
to burn the skin with boiling liquid or steam
sea level (n)
the average height of the sea where it meets the land
slip (v)
to slide by accident and fall or almost fall
straightforward (adj)
easy to understand or simple
strain (v)
to injure part of your body by using it too much
sunburn (n)
a condition in which your skin is sore and red because you have spent too long in the strong heat of the sun
sunscreen (n)
a cream that you put on your skin to stop it from being burned by the sun
trap (v)
if someone or something is trapped, they are unable to move or escape
trek (v)
to walk a long distance, usually over land such as hills, mountains, or forests