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could
used as the past tense of 'can' to say what sb was able to do or was allowed to do in the past
country
an area of land that is controlled by its own government, president, king etc
couple
two people who are married or having a sexual or romantic relationship
a couple
1) two things or people of the same kind 2) a small number of things
course
1) a series of lessons in a particular subject 2) a period of time or process during which sth happens
court
1) the place where a trial is held, or the people there, especially the judge and the jury who examine the evidence and decide whether sb is guilty or not guilty 2) an area made for playing games such
cut
1) to reduce the amount of sth 2) to divide sth or separate sth from its main part, using scissors, a knife etc
cover
to put sth over or be over sth in order to hide, close, or protect it
dad
father (informal)
cover
1) sth that is put on top of sth else to protect it 2) of a book, magazine etc
daddy
father - used especially by children or when speaking to children
cup
a small round container, usually with a handle, that you use to drink tea, coffee etc
data
information or facts
customer
sb who buys goods or services from a shop, company etc
date
1) a particular day of the month or year, especially shown by a number 2) an occasion when you go out with sb that you like in a romantic way
daughter
someone's female child
day
1) a period of 24 hours 2) not night
dead
1) no longer alive 2) not working because there is no power
deal
an agreement or arrangement, especially in business or politics, that helps both sides involved
deal
1) to give playing cards to each of the players in a game 2) to buy and sell illegal drugs
dear!
used to show that you are surprised, upset, or annoyed because sth bad has happened
death
the end of the life of a person or animal
decide
to make a choice or judgment about sth, especially after considering all the possibilities or arguments
decision
a choice or judgment that you make after a period of discussion or thought
definitely
without any doubt (certainly)
it depends
used to say that you cannot give a definite answer to sth because your answer will be affected by sth else
depend
to need the support, help, or existence of sb or sth in order to exist, be healthy, be successful etc (rely on)
development
the process of gradually becoming bigger, better, stronger, or more advanced (improvement)
die
1) to stop living and become dead 2) to disappear or stop existing (eg. love)
difference
a way in which two or more people or things are not like each other
different
not like sth or sb else, or not like before (≠ similar)
difficult
hard to do, understand, or deal with (≠ easy)
dinner
the main meal of the day, eaten in the middle of the day or the evening
direction
the way sth or sb moves, faces, or is aimed
do
1) used with another verb to form questions or negatives 2) used instead of repeating a verb that has already been used
do
1) to perform an action or activity 2) used to ask or talk about how successful sb is at sth
doctor
sb who is trained to treat people who are ill (Dr.)
dog
1) a common animal with four legs, fur, and a tail 2) *s are kept as pets or trained to guard places, find drugs etc
dollar
the standard unit of money in the US, Canada, Australia, and some other countries, divided into 100 cents: symbol $
door
the large flat piece of wood, glass etc that you open and close when you go into or out of a building, room, vehicle etc, or when you open a cupboard
double
consisting of two parts that are similar or exactly the same
doubt
a feeling of being not sure whether sth is true or right
down
to or towards a lower place or position (≠ up)
down
unhappy and sad
draw
to produce a picture of sth using a pencil, pen etc
drink
1) to take liquid into your mouth and swallow it 2) to drink alcohol, especially regularly or too much
drink
an amount of liquid that you drink, or the act of drinking sth
drive
to make a car, truck, bus etc move along
driver
sb who drives a car, bus etc
drop
to stop holding or carrying sth so that it falls
due
expected to happen or arrive at a particular time; owed
during
from the beginning to the end of a period of time
each
every one of two or more things or people, considered separately (similar to every)
early
in the first part of a period of time, event, or process; arriving or happening before the usual or expected time (≠ late)
early
before the usual, arranged, or expected time (≠ late)
east
the direction from which the sun rises, and which is on the right if you are facing north
easy
not difficult to do, and not needing much effort (≠ difficult, hard)
eat
1) to put food in your mouth and chew and swallow it 2) to have a meal
education
the process of teaching and learning, usually at school, college, or university
effect
the way in which an event, action, or person changes sb or sth
effort
1) the physical or mental energy that is needed to do sth 2) an attempt to do sth
egg
a round object with a hard surface, that contains a baby bird, snake, insect etc and which is produced by a female bird, snake, insect etc
either
* ... or = used to begin a list of two or more possibilities
either
1) one or the other of two things or people 2) used to show that a negative statement is true about both of two things or people
else
1) besides or in addition to sb or sth 2) used to talk about a different person, thing, place etc
end
the last part of a period of time, event, activity, or story (≠ beginning, start)
end
(tip) the thin part of sth long or narrow, that is furthest from you
end
to finish or stop sth (≠ start, begin)
enjoy
to get pleasure from sth
enough
1) to the degree that is necessary or wanted 2) fairly but not very
environment
the air, water, and land on Earth, which can be harmed by man's activities
equal
the same in size, number, amount, value etc as sth else
especially
(particularly) used to emphasize that sth is more important or happens more with one particular thing than with others
even
used to emphasize sth that is unexpected or surprising in what you are saying
evening
the early part of the night between the end of the day and the time you go to bed
event
1) sth that happens, especially sth important, interesting or unusual 2) a performance, sports competition, party etc at which people gather together to watch or take part in sth
eventually
after a long time, or after a lot of things have happened
ever
1) a word meaning at any time; used mostly in questions, negatives, comparisons, or sentences with 'if' 2) [formal] always
every
1) used to refer to all the people or things in a particular group or all the parts of sth 2) used to say how often sth happens (eg. * day/week)
everybody
everyone
everyone
(everybody) every person
everything
each thing or all things
exactly
1) used to emphasize that a number, amount, or piece of information is or should be completely correct in every detail 2) precisely
exam
a spoken or written test of knowledge, especially an important one
example
a specific fact, idea, person, or thing that is used to explain or support a general idea, or to show what is typical of a larger group
excellent
1) extremely good or of very high quality 2) [spoken] said when you approve of sth = great
excuse me
1) used when you want to get sb's attention politely, especially when you want to ask a question 2) used to ask sb politely to move so that you can walk past; etc
expect
to think that sth will happen because it seems likely or has been planned
expensive
costing a lot of money (≠ cheap)
experience
knowledge or skill that you gain from doing a job or activity, or the process of doing this
explain
1) to tell sb about sth in a way that is clear or easy to understand 2) to give a reason for sth
extra
more of sth, in addition to the usual or standard amount or number
eye
one of the two parts of the body that you use to see with
face
the front part of your head, where your eyes, nose, and mouth are
face
If you * or are *d with a difficult situation, or if a difficult situation *s you, it is going to affect you and you must deal with it
fact
a piece of information that is known to be true
fair
a * situation, system, way of treating people, or judgment seems reasonable, acceptable, and right (≠ unfair)
fairly
more than a little, but much less than very
fall
1) to move or drop down from a higher position to a lower position 2) to suddenly go down onto the ground after you have been standing, walking, or running, especially without intending to
family
a group of people who are related to each other, especially a mother, a father, and their children