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vital
extremely important
abrupt
describes something that is sudden and unexpected, and often unpleasant
clamber
to climb up, across or into somewhere with difficulty, using the hands and the feet
commit
to do something illegal or something that is considered wrong
compete
to try to be more successful than someone or something else
consistent
always behaving or happening in a similar, especially positive, way
disappoint
to make someone feel unhappy because something did not happen
distract
to make someone stop giving their attention to something
exhaust
to make someone feel extremely tired
fantasise
to imagine something that you would like to happen
further afield
a long distance away
pile
a number of objects on top of each other or a substance in the shape of a small hill
heap
an untidy pile or mass of things
heartbroken
extremely sad, often because a relationship has finished
high-pitched
describes a noise that is high and sometimes also loud or unpleasant
irrelevant
not related to what is being discussed or considered
leisure
the time when you are not working or doing other duties
make up
to invent something, such as an excuse or a story, often in order to deceive
mousy
describes hair which is brown and not special or attractive
on display
in a place for people to look at
rush
sudden, quick movement
simultaneously
happening or existing at the same time
straw
the dried yellow stems of crops such as wheat
sum up
to describe the important facts about something briefly
triviality
something that is not important
urge
to strongly advise or try to persuade someone to do a particular thing
venture
to risk going somewhere or doing something that might be dangerous