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ability
the state of being able to do sth
above
in a higher position than sth else (= over; ≠ below)
abroad
in or to a foreign country
absolute
1) complete or total 2) used to emphasize your opinion about sth or sb
abuse
1) cruel or violent treatment of sb 2) the use of sth in a way that it should not be used (= misuse)
access
the right to enter a place, use sth, see sb etc
by accident
in a way that is not planned or intended (≠ on purpose, deliberately)
accident
a crash involving cars, trains, planes etc
accommodation
a place for sb to stay, live, or work
according to
as shown by sth or stated by sb
accurate
correct and true in every detail (≠ inaccurate)
achieve
to successfully complete sth or get a good result, especially by working hard
act
1) to do sth in a particular way or for a particular reason 2) behave, pretend, perform in a play
active
1) always busy doing things, especially physical activities (≠ inactive) 2) involved
activity
1) sth that you do because you enjoy it 2) things that people do in order to achieve a particular aim
address
the details of the place where someone lives or works, that you use to send them letters, emails etc
address
if you * an envelope, package etc, you write on it the name and address of the person you are sending it to
administration
the activities that are involved in managing the work of a company or organization
admit
to agree unwillingly that something is true or that someone else is right
adult
a fully-grown person, or one who is considered to be legally responsible for their actions
in advance
before something happens or is expected to happen
advantage
sth that helps you to be more successful than others, or the state of having this [≠ disadvantage]
advice
an opinion you give someone about what they should do
advise
to tell sb what you think they should do, especially when you know more than they do about sth
affair
1) public or political events and activities 2) things connected with your personal life, your financial situation etc
affect
to do sth that produces an effect or change in something or in someone's situation
afterwards
after an event or time that has already been mentioned
agreement
an arrangement or promise to do something, made by two or more people, companies, organizations etc
aid
help, such as money or food, given by an organization or government to a country or to people who are in a difficult situation
aim
something you hope to achieve by doing sth
aim
to try or intend to achieve sth
aircraft
a plane or other vehicle that can fly
airline
a company that takes passengers and goods to different places by plane
alarm
a piece of equipment that makes a loud noise to warn you of danger
alive
1) still living and not dead 2) continuing to exist
allowance
an amount of money that you are given regularly or for a special purpose
alone
if you are * in a place, there is no one with you [= by yourself]
alternative
an * idea, plan etc is different from the one you have and can be used instead
alternative
sth you can choose to do or use instead of something else
altogether
used to emphasize that sth has been done completely or has finished completely
amazing
1) very good, especially in an unexpected way 2) so surprising you can hardly believe it
among
in or through the middle of a group of people or things
announce
to officially tell people about sth, especially about a plan or a decision
annual
happening once a year
any
used before the comparative form of an adjective to mean 'even a small amount'
apart
if things are apart, they are not close to each other or touching each other
apartment
(especially AE) a set of rooms on one floor of a large building, where sb lives
apologize
to tell sb that you are sorry that you have done sth wrong
appeal
1) an urgent request for something important 2) an attempt to persuade people to give money in order to help people who need sth
appear
used to say how sth seems, especially from what you know about it or from what you can see
apple
a hard round fruit that has red, light green, or yellow skin and is white inside
appoint
1) to choose sb for a position or a job 2) (formal) to arrange or decide a time or place for sth to happen
appointment
an arrangement for a meeting at an agreed time and place, for a particular purpose
appreciate
to understand how serious or important a situation or problem is or what sb's feelings are [= realize]
approach
to move towards or nearer to sb or sth
approach
a method of doing sth or dealing with a problem
appropriate
correct or suitable for a particular time, situation, or purpose [≠ inappropriate]
approval
when a plan, decision, or person is officially accepted
argue
to disagree with sb in words, often in an angry way
arrange
to organize or make plans for something such as a meeting, party, or trip
arrangement
plans and preparations that you must make so that sth can happen
arrive
1) to get to the place you are going to 2) if sth *s, it is brought or delivered to you [= come]
article
a piece of writing about a particular subject in a newspaper or magazine
asleep
sleeping [≠ awake]
aspect
one part of a situation, idea, plan etc that has many parts
assess
to make a judgment about a person or situation after thinking carefully about it [= judge]
assignment
a piece of work that is given to someone as part of their job
assume
to think that sth is true, although you do not have definite proof [= presume]
assumption
sth that you think is true although you have no definite proof
assure
1) to tell sb that sth will definitely happen or is definitely true so that they are less worried [= reassure] 2) to make sth certain to happen or to be achieved [= ensure]
attach
to fasten or connect one object to another [= fix]
attack
an act of violence that is intended to hurt a person or damage a place
attempt
an act of trying to do sth, especially sth difficult
attempt
to try to do sth, especially sth difficult
attend
(formal) to go to an event such as a meeting or a class
attention
when you carefully listen to, look at, or think about sb or sth
attitude
the opinions and feelings that you usually have about sth
attorney
(AE) a lawyer
attract
to make sb interested in sth, or make them want to take part in sth
attractive
sb who is * is good looking, especially in a way that makes you sexually interested in them
audience
(BE) a group of people who come to watch and listen to sb speaking or performing in public
average
the * amount is the amount you get when you add together several quantities and divide this by the total number of quantities
average
the amount calculated by adding together several quantities, and then dividing this amount by the total number of quantities
avoid
1) to prevent something bad from happening 2) to stay away from someone or something, or not use sth
back
to support sb or sth, especially by giving them money or using your influence
back
at or in the back of something [≠ front]:
background
1) sb's family, education, previous work etc 2) the situation or past events that explain why something happens in the way that it does
balance
1) a state in which all your weight is evenly spread so that you do not fall 2) a state in which opposite forces or influences exist in equal or the correct amounts, in a way that is good [≠ imbalance
band
1) (BE) a group of musicians, especially a group that plays popular music 2) a group of people formed because of a common belief or purpose
base
1) the lowest part or surface of sth [= bottom] 2) the most important part of sth, from which new ideas develop [= foundation]
basic
forming the most important or most necessary part of sth
basis
the facts, ideas, or things from which sth can be developed
bath
if you take a *, you wash your body in a bath
bathroom
1) a room where there is a bath or shower, a basin, and sometimes a toilet 2) (AE) a room where there is a toilet
battery
an object that provides a supply of electricity for something such as a radio, car, or toy
beach
an area of sand or small stones at the edge of the sea or a lake
bean
a seed or a pod (=case containing seeds), that comes from a climbing plant and is cooked as food
bear
to bravely accept or deal with a painful, difficult, or upsetting situation [= stand]
beat
1) to get the most points, votes etc in a game, race, or competition [= defeat] 2) to hit sb or sth many times with your hand, a stick etc
beer
an alcoholic drink made from malt and hops