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Media and entertainment: newspapers


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aid
money, food, etc. that is sent to a country or to people to help them
axe sth
cut numbers of people, jobs, etc. by a large amount
bomb scare
a situation in which many people are afraid or worried about the reported bomb
claim sth
say that sth is true without having proof
clash with sb
fight or disagree seriously with sb about sth
cultural
something related to art, literature, music, etc
culture
activities involving art, literature, music, etc
current affairs
important political or social events happening now
daily
something issued every day
decline
become weaker or smaller
demonstrate
take part in a public protest for or against sth
demonstration
an occasion when a group of people march or stand together to show that they disagree with or support something or someone
edit
to modify something
editor
the person in charge of a nuwspaper, magazine, etc
entire
completely (SYN whole)
food scare
a situation in which many people are afraid of hunger
headline
the title of a newspaper article
health scare
a situation in which many people are afraid of health system issues
international
involving two or more countries
journalism
the profession of collecting and writing about news in newspapers, on TV, etc
journalist
sb collecting and writing about news in newspapers or TV
make a promise
say definetely that you will do sth (SYN promise sth)
national
connected with all of a country
pension
money paid regularly by the the government or a company to sb who has stopped working because of old age
pensioner
sb who stopped working because of old age and being paid regularly by the gorvernment
pledge sth
make a formal promise to do or give sth
press
newspapers and the quernalists who work for them
promise sth
say definetely that you will do sth (SYN make a promise)
protest
take part in a public demonstration for or against sth
publish sth
prepare and print a book, newspaper, etc
publishing
the business of making books, magazines, or newspapers available to the public
scare
a situation in which many pople are afraid or worried
section
one of the parts into which sth is divided
several
more than two, but not many
threat
a statement that sb may kill, hurt, or munish you if you don't do what they want
threaten
to tell someone that you will kill or hurt them or cause problems if they do not do what you want
whole
completely (SYN entire)