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intervene
step in; neutral in meaning
interfere
involve oneself; negative and critical
continually
very frequently; often negative
continuously
without stopping
series
set of related programmes
serial
set of programmes where story continues over different episodes
in the shade of
out of the sun; pleasant connotation
shadow
dark areas or shapes
in the shadow of
in a place dominated by; negative connotation
moist
slightly wet
damp
slightly wet in an unpleasant way
theme
the main idea that everthing follows
topic
what people talk about at any given moment
security
concerned with protection of property, etc.
safety
concerned with prevention of accidents, etc.
break out
escape; begin suddently
breakout
escaping
outbreak
starting to happen suddenly
look out
think something will happen; have a view for a particular place
outlook
general attitude; what people think will happen in relation to it
lookout
a place from which you can see clearly in all directions; someone who is watching for danger in order to warn other people about it
end up
fisnish
upend
move into a vertical position
delay
hold up
uphold
confirm; support
do out
decorate
outdo
do better than
a lookout
she made sure nobody was looking, while her husband did the shoplifting.
an outbreak
There has been violence in the capital city.
a breakout
Four prisoners have escaped from a maximum security prison.
an upset
My stomach was bad so I could not go to work.
an outlook
He is very cheerful and positive about life.
a setup
They fooled him into thinking his car had been stolen, but it had not.
stationary
a car at the traffic lights when they are red.
stationery
paper needed in the office to write and send letters.
interfere
get involved, so as to alter or hinder an action, or through force or threat of force
intervene
to come between; to mediate, to occur between times
compliment
an expression of esteem or approval
complement
something added to complete or make perfect
evade
escape, either physically or mentally
avoid
stay clear from
signal
any communication that encodes a message
sign
structure displaying a board on which advertisements can be posted
continually
seemingly without interruption