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thin
1) if sth is *, there is only a small distance between its two opposite sides or surfaces [≠ thick] 2) having little fat on your body [≠ fat]
throughout
1) in every part of a particular area, place etc 2) during all of a particular period, from the beginning to the end
tie
to fasten things together or hold them in a particular position using a piece of string, rope etc [≠ untie]
tight
1) * clothes fit your body very closely, especially in a way that is uncomfortable [≠ loose] 2) pulled, stretched or attached firmly
tin
(BE) a small metal container in which food or drink is sold [= can AE]
tiny
extremely small
tip
1) the end of sth, especially sth pointed 2) a small amount of additional money that you give to sb such as a waiter or a taxi driver 3) a helpful piece of advice
toilet
a large bowl that you sit on to get rid of waste liquid or waste matter from your body
tomato
a round soft red fruit eaten raw or cooked as a vegetable
tool
sth that you hold in your hand and use to do a particular job
tooth
one of the hard white objects in your mouth that you use to bite and eat food
total
the final number or amount of things, people etc when everything has been counted
touch
to put your hand, finger etc on sb or sth
touch
the action of putting your hand, finger, or another part of your body on sth or sb
tough
difficult to do or deal with
track
1) a narrow path or road with a rough uneven surface, especially one made by people or animals frequently moving through the same place 2) the two metal lines along which trains travel [= railway line]
tradition
a belief, custom, or way of doing sth that has existed for a long time, or these beliefs, customs etc in general
training
1) the process of teaching or being taught the skills for a particular job or activity 2) physical exercises that you do to stay healthy or prepare for a competition
transport
(BE) a system or method for carrying passengers or goods from one place to another [= transportation AE]
travel
1) to go from one place to another, or to several places, especially ones that are far away 2) to go a particular distance or at a particular speed
travel
the activity of travelling
treat
1) to behave towards sb or sth in a particular way 2) to deal with, regard, or consider sth in a particular way
treatment
1) sth that is done to cure sb who is injured or ill 2) a particular way of behaving towards sb or of dealing with them
tremendous
1) very big, fast, powerful etc 2) excellent
trip
a visit to a place that involves a journey, for pleasure or a particular purpose
trousers
(BE) a piece of clothing that covers the lower half of your body, with a separate part fitting over each leg [= pants AE]
truck
a large road vehicle used to carry goods [= lorry BE]
trust
1) to believe that sb is honest or will not do anything bad or wrong [≠ distrust, mistrust] 2) to be sure that sth is correct or right [= believe in, rely on]
TV
television
twice
1) two times 2) two times more, bigger, better etc than sth else
typical
1) having the usual features or qualities of a particular group or thing 2) happening in the usual way
uncle
the brother of your mother or father, or the husband of your aunt
underneath
directly under another object or covered by it
unemployed
without a job [= out of work]
unemployment
the number of people in a particular country or area who cannot get a job
unit
1) a group of people working together as part of a larger group 2) an amount of sth used as a standard of measurement
united
joined or closely connected by feelings, aims etc
university
an educational institution at the highest level, where you study for a degree
unusual
different from what is usual or normal
upon
(formal) used to mean 'on' or 'onto'
upset
unhappy and worried because sth unpleasant or disappointing has happened
upset
1) to make sb feel unhappy or worried 2) to change a plan or situation in a way that causes problems
upstairs
towards or on an upper floor in a building [≠ downstairs]
usual
happening, done, or existing most of the time or in most situations
vacation
(AE) a holiday, or time spent not working
value
1) the amount of money that sth is worth 2) the importance or usefulness of sth
van
a vehicle used especially for carrying goods, which is smaller than a truck and has a roof and usually no windows at the sides
variety
a lot of things of the same type that are different from each other in some way
vehicle
1) (formal) a machine with an engine that is used to take people or things from one place to another, such as a car, bus, or truck 2) (formal) sth you use to express and spread your ideas, opinions etc [= medium]
version
a copy of sth that has been changed so that it is slightly different
very
used to emphasize that you are talking exactly about one particular thing or person
violence
1) behaviour that is intended to hurt other people physically 2) extreme force
virtually
1) almost [= practically] 2) on a computer, rather than in the real world
visit
to go and spend time in a place or with sb, especially for pleasure or interest
voice
the sounds that you make when you speak, or the ability to make these sounds
vote
to show by marking a paper, raising your hand etc which person you want to elect or whether you support a particular plan
vote
1) an act of voting in an election or meeting, or the choice that you make when you vote 2) an occasion when a group of people vote in order to decide sth or choose a representative [= ballot]
wage
money you earn that is paid according to the number of hours, days, or weeks that you work
wake
1) to stop sleeping, or to make sb stop sleeping 2) to start to listen or pay attention to sth
walk
a journey that you make by walking, especially for exercise or enjoyment
war
1) when there is fighting between two or more countries or between opposing groups within a country, involving large numbers of soldiers and weapons [≠ peace] 2) a struggle over a long period of time
warm
slightly hot, especially in a pleasant way [≠ cool]
washing
(BE) clothes that need to be washed, are being washed, or have just been washed [= wash AE]
waste
when sth such as money or skills are not used in a way that is effective, useful, or sensible
waste
1) to use more money, time, energy etc than is useful or sensible 2) to not make full use of sb or sth
watch
a small clock that you wear on your wrist or keep in your pocket
way
1) very far 2) by a large amount 3) (AE-informal) very
web
1) the system on the Internet that allows you to find and use information that is held on computers all over the world [= the World Wide Web] 2) a net of thin threads made by a spider to catch insect
website
a place on the Internet where you can find information about sth, especially a particular organization
wedding
a marriage ceremony, especially one with a religious service
weird
(informal) very strange and unusual, and difficult to understand or explain
welcome
to say hello in a friendly way to sb who has just arrived [= greet]
welcome
if sb is * in a place, other people are glad that they are there
western
in or from the west of a country or area
wet
1) covered in or full of water or another liquid [≠ dry] 2) rainy
whatsoever
used to emphasize a negative statement [= whatever]
wheel
one of the round things under a car, bus, bicycle etc that turns when it moves
whenever
1) every time that a particular thing happens 2) at any time
whereas
(formal) used to say that although something is true of one thing, it is not true of another
wherever
1) to or at any place, position, or situation 2) in all places that
whoever
1) used to say that it does not matter who does something, is in a particular place etc 2) used to talk about a specific person or people, although you do not know who they are
whole
sth that consists of a number of parts, but is considered as a single unit
whose
used to ask which person or people a particular thing belongs to
wild
living in a natural state, not changed or controlled by people [≠ tame]
will
determination to do sth that you have decided to do, even if this is difficult
willing
prepared to do something, or having no reason to not want to do it
wind
moving air, especially when it moves strongly or quickly in a current
wine
an alcoholic drink made from grapes, or a type of this drink
wing
one of the parts of a bird's or insect's body that it uses for flying
winter
the season after autumn and before spring, when the weather is coldest
wire
1) thin metal in the form of a thread, or a piece of this 2) a piece of metal like this, used for carrying electrical currents or signals
witness
sb who sees a crime or an accident and can describe what happened
wood
the material that trees are made of
worker
sb who does a job, especially a particular type of job
working
having a job that you are paid for
worried
unhappy because you keep thinking about a problem, or about sth bad that might happen
worry
1) a problem that you are anxious about or are not sure how to deal with 2) the feeling of being anxious about sth
worse
1) more unpleasant, bad, or severe 2) more ill than before
writing
1) words that have been written or printed 2) books, poems, articles etc, especially those by a particular writer or about a particular subject
wrong
not in the correct way [≠ right]
yard
1) a unit for measuring length, equal to three feet or .91 metres 2) an enclosed area next to a building or group of buildings, used for a special purpose, activity, or business 3) (AE) the area aroun
yellow
having the colour of butter or the middle part of an egg
youth
1) the period of time when sb is young, especially the period when sb is a teenager 2) a teenage boy - used especially in newspapers to show disapproval
quote
to repeat exactly what sb else has said or written
thick
if sth is *, there is a large distance or a larger distance than usual between its two opposite surfaces or sides [≠ thin]