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to abandon
to stop doing an activity before you have finished it
to adore
to like something or someone very much
a step ahead of
slightly better prepared or more successful than someone else
aware
having knowledge of something
brutal
cruel and not considering someone's feelings
to cause
to make something happen
chance of a lifetime
a great opportunity that you will only have once in your life
compulsory
describes something that you must do it because of a rule or law
contestant
someone who competes in a contest
to disturb
to interrupt someone in a way that they do not want
to fulfil
to do something that is expected, hoped for, or promised, or to make it happen
to gain experience
to get knowledge or skill from doing something
geek
a person, especially a man, who is boring and not fashionable
to get your first taste of
to experience something for the first time
hooked
enjoying something so much that you are unable to stop having, watching, doing, etc. it
intense
extreme and forceful or (of a feeling) very strong
intimidated
frightened or nervous because a person or a situation makes you lose your confidence
invaluable
extremely useful
to launch
to make something begin
media
the internet, newspapers, magazines, television, etc., considered as a group
nerve-wracking
causing a lot of worry
photogenic
having a face that looks attractive in photographs
privacy
someone's right to keep their personal matters and relationships secret
to pursue
to try to do or achieve a plan, usually over a long period of time
to realise an ambition
to do something that you had hoped to do
to release
to be shown in public for the first time
scandal
(an action or event that causes) a public feeling of shock and strong moral disapproval
sensation
someone or something that causes great interest and excitement
someone's days are behind them
used to say that someone no longer does a particular activity
to strip away
to remove or peel something from someone or something
stuck in traffic
unable to drive at the normal speed because there are too many vehicles on the road
tabloid
a type of popular newspaper with small pages which has many pictures and short simple reports
to turn down
to refuse to accept something you are offered
voluntary
done, made or given willingly, without being forced or paid