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order
the way that things or events are arranged in relation to each other, for example showing whether sth is first, second, third etc (= sequence)
ordinary
average, common, or usual, not different or special
organize
to make the necessary arrangements so that an activity can happen effectively
original
1) existing or happening first, before other people or things 2) completely new and different from anything that anyone has thought of before
other
used to refer to the second of two people or things, which is not the one you already have or the one you have already mentioned
otherwise
used when saying what bad thing will happen if sth is not done
ought to
used to say that sb should do sth because it is the best or most sensible thing to do (= should)
our
belonging to or connected with us
ours
used to refer to sth that belongs to or is connected with us
ourselves
used by the person speaking to show that they and one or more other people are affected by their own action
out
1) from inside an object, container, building, or place (≠ in) 2) not inside a building (= outside)
outside
1) not inside a building (= outdoors; ≠ inside) 2) not inside a building or room but close to it
over
1) above or higher than sth, without touching it (≠ under) 2) on sth or covering it
own
used to emphasize that sth belongs to or is connected with a particular person or thing and not any other
page
one side of a piece of paper in a book, newspaper, document etc, or the sheet of paper itself
one
used to emphasize a particular person or thing
only
used to say that there is one person, thing, or group in a particular situation and no others
open
to move a door, window etc so that people, things, air etc can pass through, or to be moved in this way
out
from the inside to the outside of sth (many teachers of British English consider it incorrect to use * as a preposition)
over
from an upright position into a position of lying on a surface
past
1) later than a particular time 2) further than a particular place
past
the time that existed before the present
pay
money that you are given for doing your job
phone
to speak to sb by telephone (= telephone)
plan
to think carefully about sth you want to do, and decide how and when you will do it
play
a story that is written to be performed by actors, especially in a theatre
panel
a group of people with skills or specialist knowledge who have been chosen to give advice or opinions on a particular subject
panel
a flat piece of wood, glass etc with straight sides, which forms part of a door, wall, fence etc
paper
material in the form of thin sheets that is used for writing on, wrapping things etc
parent
the father or mother of a person or animal
park
a large open area with grass and trees, especially in a town, where people can walk, play games etc
part
a piece or feature of sth such as an object, area, event, or period of time
particular
1) a * thing or person is the one that you are talking about, and not any other 2) special or great
particularly
more than usual or more than others (= especially)
party
a social event when a lot of people meet together to enjoy themselves by eating, drinking, dancing etc
pass
to come up to a particular place, person, or object and go past them
past
1) done, used, or experienced before now 2) used to refer to a period up until now
pay
to give sb money for sth you buy or for a service
penny
1) a small unit of money in Britain 2) a coin that is worth one cent in the US or Canada
people
used as the plural of 'person' to refer to men, women, and children
perhaps
used to say that sth may be true, but you are not sure (= maybe)
person
a human being, especially considered as sb with their own particular character (plural = people)
personal
belonging or relating to one particular person, rather than to other people or to people in general
phone
1) a telephone 2) the part of a telephone into which you speak (= receiver)
pick
to choose a person or thing, for example because they are the best or most suitable
picture
shapes, lines etc painted or drawn on a surface, showing what sb or sth looks like
piece
an amount of sth that has been separated from the main part
place
a space or area, for example a particular point on a surface or a room, building, town, city etc
plan
sth you have decided to do
play
when children *, they do things that they enjoy, often with other people or with toys
please
used to be polite when asking sb to do sth
plenty
a large quantity that is enough or more than enough
plus
used to show that one number or amount is added to another (≠ minus)
point
a single fact, idea, or opinion that is part of an argument or discussion
police
the people who work for an official organization whose job is to catch criminals and make sure that people obey the law
poor
having very little money and not many possessions (≠ rich)
position
the way sb is standing, sitting, or lying
possible
if sth is *, it can be done or achieved (≠ impossible)
possibly
used when saying that sth may be true or likely, although you are not completely certain (= perhaps, maybe)
pound
a unit for measuring weight, equal to 16 ounces or 0.454 kilograms
power
the ability or right to control people or events
prepare
to make a meal or a substance
press
1) to push sth firmly against a surface (= push) 2) to make clothes smooth using a hot iron (= iron)
pressure
an attempt to persuade sb by using influence, arguments, or threats
presumably
used to say that you think sth is probably true
pretty
1) (spoken) fairly or more than a little 2) very
previous
having happened or existed before the event, time, or thing that you are talking about now
price
the amount of money you have to pay for sth
private
for use by one person or group, not for everyone (≠ public)
probably
used to say that sth is likely to happen, likely to be true etc
problem
1) a situation that causes difficulties 2) sth wrong with your health or with part of your body 3) question
process
a series of actions that are done in order to achieve a particular result
produce
1) to cause a particular result or effect 2) to make, write etc sth to be bought, used, or enjoyed by people
product
sth that is grown or made in a factory in large quantities, usually in order to be sold
production
the process of making or growing things to be sold, especially in large quantities
profit
money that you gain by selling things or doing business, after your costs have been paid (≠ loss)
program
a set of instructions given to a computer to make it perform an operation
project
a carefully planned piece of work to get information about sth, to build sth, to improve sth etc
proper
1) right, suitable, or correct 2) socially or legally correct and acceptable (≠ improper)
properly
1) correctly, or in a way that is considered right 2) completely or fully (= thoroughly)
provide
to give sth to sb or make it available to them, because they need it or want it
public
1) relating to all the ordinary people in a country, who are not members of the government or do not have important jobs 2) for everyone
pull
to use your hands to make sth or sb move towards you or in the direction that your hands are moving (≠ push)
push
to make sb or sth move by pressing them with your hands, arms etc (≠ pull)
put
to move sth to a particular place or position, especially using your hands (= place)
quality
how good or bad sth is
quarter
1) one of four equal parts into which sth can be divided 2) a period of 15 minutes
question
1) a sentence or phrase that is used to ask for information or to test sb's knowledge (≠ answer) 2) a subject or problem that needs to be discussed or dealt with (= issue)
quick
1) lasting for or taking only a short time 2) moving or doing sth fast
quickly
1) fast 2) after only a very short time (= soon)
quite
1) very, but not extremely 2) fairly, or to a small extent, but not very
radio
a piece of electronic equipment which you use to listen to programmes that are broadcast, such as music and news
raise
1) to move or lift sth to a higher position, place, or level 2) to increase an amount, number, or level (≠ lower)
range
1) a number of people or things that are all different, but are all of the same general type 2) the limits within which amounts, quantities, ages etc vary
rate
the number of times sth happens, or the number of examples of sth within a certain period
rather
fairly or to some degree
horse
a large strong animal that people ride and use for pulling heavy things
hopefully
a way of saying what you hope will happen, which some people think is incorrect
hope
to want sth to happen or be true and to believe that it is possible or likely
honest
sb who is * always tells the truth and does not cheat or steal (≠ dishonest)