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mandate
to officially demand or require (something) e.g. (The law …….. that every car have seat belts.)
sober
(of people and their behavior) serious and sensible e.g. (a ……. assessment of the situation)
bland
with little color, excitement, or interest / without anything to attract attention
dwarf
to make (something) look very small or unimportant when compared with something else e.g. (The bike was …….. by the truck next to it.)
outgoing
liking to meet other people, enjoying their company, and being friendly toward them
theatrical
(often disapproving) (of behavior) exaggerated in order to attract attention or create a particular effect
hybrid
an animal or plant that has parents of different species or varieties e.g. (A mule is a …….. of a male donkey and a female horse.
query
to ask questions or express doubt about (something)
dusk
the time of day when the light has almost gone, but it is not yet dark
undergo
to experience something, especially a change or something unpleasant
articulate
to express or explain your thoughts or feelings clearly in words e.g. (She struggled to ……... her thoughts.)
haul
to pull something or someone with a lot of effort e.g. (The wagons were ……. by horses.)
mortar
[uncountable] a mixture of sand, water, lime, and cement used in building for holding bricks and stones together
galaxy
[countable] any of the large systems of stars, etc. in outer space
foremost
the most important or famous / in a position at the front
generic
a product (such as a drug) that is not sold or made under a particular brand name. e.g. (You can substitute …... for brand-name drugs on this health plan.)
delegate
[intransitive, transitive] to give part of your work, power, or authority to someone in a lower position than you
erect
to build (something) by putting together materials — sometimes used figuratively. e.g. (…... a civilization)
ordeal
a difficult or unpleasant experience
pasture
Land covered with grass that is suitable for feeding animals. e.g. (The cattle were put out to ……..)
devote
to give an amount of time, attention, etc. to something e.g. (I could only …….. two hours a day to the work.)
genre
a particular type or style of literature, art, film, or music that you can recognize because of its special features
ragged
having an edge or surface that is not straight or even e.g. (……... cliffs)
contemplate
(formal) to think deeply about something for a long time
abundant
existing in large quantities / more than enough