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however
used when you are adding a fact or piece of information that seems surprising, or seems very different from what you have just said [= nevertheless]
huge
extremely large in size, amount, or degree (= enormous)
hurt
1) to injure yourself or sb else 2) to feel pain in part of your body
husband
the man that a woman is married to
I
used by the person speaking or writing to refer to himself or herself
hospital
a large building where sick or injured people receive medical treatment
idea
a plan or suggestion for a possible course of action, especially one that you think of suddenly
hot
sth that is * has a high temperature - used about weather, places, food, drink, or objects (≠ cold)
if
1) used when talking about sth that might happen or be true, or might have happened 2) used to mention a fact, situation, or event that sb asks about, or is not certain about
hour
a unit for measuring time. There are 60 minutes in one *, and 24 *s in one day
imagine
to form a picture or idea in your mind about what sth could be like
house
a building that sb lives in, especially one that has more than one level and is intended to be used by one family
important
1) an * event, decision, problem etc has a big effect or influence on people's lives or on events in the future 2) people who are * have a lot of power or influence
how
1) used to ask or talk about the way in which sth happens or is done 2) used to ask or talk about the amount, size, degree etc of sth
in
used with the name of a container, place, or area to say where sb or sth is
include
1) if one thing *s another, the second thing is part of the first 2) to make sb or sth part of a larger group or set (≠ exclude)
indeed
1) used to emphasize a statement or answer 2) (formal) used to introduce an additional statement that emphasizes or supports what you have just said
information
facts or details that tell you sth about a situation, person, event etc
instead
used to say what is not used, does not happen etc, when sth else is used, happens etc
interested
giving a lot of attention to sth because you want to find out more about it or because you enjoy it (≠ uninterested, bored)
interesting
if sth is *, you give it your attention because it seems unusual or exciting or provides information that you did not know about (≠ uninteresting, boring)
into
1) to the inside or inner part of a container, place, area etc 2) used to say that sb becomes involved in a situation or activity, or becomes part of a group
issue
a subject or problem that is often discussed or argued about, especially a social or political matter that affects the interests of a lot of people
it
used to refer to a thing, animal, situation, idea etc that has already been mentioned or is already known about
its
used to refer to sth that belongs to or is connected with a thing, animal, baby etc that has already been mentioned
job
1) the regular paid work that you do for an employer 2) sth that you are responsible for doing
join
to become a member of an organization, society, or group
just
1) exactly 2) nothing more than the thing, amount, action etc that you are mentioning (= only) 3) only a short time ago
keep
to stay in a particular state, condition, or position, or to make sb or sth do this
kid
(informal) a child; a young person
kill
to make a person or animal die
kind
one of the different types of a person or thing that belong to the same group (= sort, type)
kitchen
the room where you prepare and cook food
knock
to hit a door or window with your closed hand to attract the attention of the people inside
know
1) to have information about sth 2) to be sure about sth
lady
a woman of a particular type or age
land
1) an area of ground, especially when used for farming or building 2) the solid dry part of the Earth's surface
language
a system of communication by written or spoken words, which is used by the people of a particular country or area
large
big in size, amount, or number (≠ small)
last
1) most recent or nearest to the present time 2) happening or existing at the end, with no others after (≠ first)
late
arriving, happening, or done after the time that was expected, agreed, or arranged (≠ early)
later
after the time you are talking about or after the present time
law
1) the whole system of rules that people in a particular country or area must obey 2) a rule that people in a particular country or area must obey
lay
to put sb or sth down carefully into a flat position (= place)
lead
to take sb sw by going in front of them while they follow, or by pulling them gently
learn
to gain knowledge of a subject or skill, by experience, by studying it, or by being taught
at least
1) not less than a particular number or amount 2) even if sth better is not true or is not done
leave
to go away from a place or a person
left
your * side is the side of your body that contains your heart (≠ right)
leg
one of the long parts of your body that your feet are joined to, or a similar part on an animal or insect
in
into or inside a container, place, vehicle etc (≠ out)
last
1) most recently before now 2) after everything or everyone else (≠ first)
last
the person or thing that comes after all the others (≠ first)
last
to continue for a particular length of time
level
1) the amount or degree of sth, compared to another amount or degree 2) particular standard of skill or ability, for example in education or sport
less
a smaller amount or not as much (≠ more)
level
flat and not sloping in any direction
light
the energy from the sun, a flame, a lamp etc that allows you to see things
light
1) a * colour is pale and not dark 2) not very heavy 3) not dark
like
to enjoy sth or think that it is nice or good (≠ dislike)
like
(spoken) used in speech to fill a pause while you are thinking what to say next
like
in the same way as (some people consider this use to be incorrect)
little
only a small amount or hardly any of sth
a little
a small amount
a little
slightly or to a small degree (= a bit)
long
1) for a long time 2) used to ask and talk about particular amounts of time (how *...?)
less
not so much or to a smaller degree (≠ more)
look
1) an act of looking at sth 2) an expression that you make with your eyes or face
let
1) to allow sb to do sth 2) to not stop sth happening, or to make it possible for it to happen
letter
a written or printed message that is usually put in an envelope and sent by mail
level
1) the amount or degree of sth, compared to another amount or degree 2) particular standard of skill or ability, for example in education or sport
life
the period of time when sb is alive
like
similar to sth else, or happening in the same way
likely
sth that is * will probably happen or is probably true (≠ unlikely)
line
1) a long thin mark on a piece of paper, the ground, or another surface 2) an imaginary line on the surface of the earth, for example showing where one country or area of land stops and another begin
list
a set of things, names, numbers etc usually written one below the other, for example so that you can remember or check them
listen
1) to pay attention to what sb is saying or to a sound that you can hear 2) used to tell sb to pay attention to what you are going to say
little
1) small in size 2) used between an adjective and a noun to emphasize that you like or dislike sth or sb, although they are not important, impressive etc
a little bit
1) a small amount of sth 2) slightly or to a small degree
live
if you * in a place, you have your home there
load
a large quantity of sth that is carried by a vehicle, person etc
long
1) measuring a great length from one end to the other (≠ short) 2) continuing or travelling a great distance from one place to another (≠ short)
look
1) to turn your eyes towards sth, so that you can see it 2) to try to find sth 3) to seem
lose
1) to stop having a particular attitude, quality, ability etc, or to gradually have less of it 2) not win
a lot
1) (informal) a large amount or number 2) if sb or sth is * * better, faster, easier etc, they are much better, faster etc (= much)
love
1) to have a strong feeling of affection for sb, combined with sexual attraction 2) to care very much about sb, especially a member of your family or a close friend
lovely
1) beautiful or attractive 2) very pleasant, enjoyable, or good
low
small, or smaller than usual, in amount, level, or value (≠ high)
lunch
a meal eaten in the middle of the day
machine
a piece of equipment with moving parts that uses power such as electricity to do a particular job
main
bigger or more important than all other things, ideas etc of the same kind
major
having very serious or worrying results (≠ minor)
make
1) to produce sth, for example by putting the different parts of it together 2) used with some nouns to say that sb does sth 3) to cook or prepare food or drink
man
an adult male human
manage
1) to direct or control a business or department and the people, equipment, and money involved in it 2) to succeed in doing sth difficult, especially after trying very hard
management
the activity of controlling and organizing the work that a company or organization does
love
a strong feeling of caring about sb, especially a member of your family or a close friend (≠ hate, hatred)
matter
to be important, especially to be important to you, or to have an effect on what happens
middle
1) nearest the centre and furthest from the edge, top, end etc 2) half of the way through an event or period of time
mind
to feel annoyed or upset about sth