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iron
a heavy type of metal that is very common, occurs naturally in blood, and is used to make steel and in many products
gradually
slowly over a period of time
approval
when you think that something or someone is good or right; official permission
evaluation
to consider or study something carefully and decide how good or bad it is
wealth
a large amount of money and possessions
visual
relating to seeing or to the eyes, sight
consult
to talk about something to make a decision
sponsor
to give money to someone to support an activity, event, or organization, sometimes as a way to advertise your company or product
stupid
not intelligent : having or showing a lack of ability to learn and understand things
trap
a device that is used for catching animals
badly
very seriously; in a way that is of low quality or in an unpleasant way
log
a long, heavy section of a tree that has fallen or been cut down
crazy
stupid or strange
adjust
to change a position to be comfortable
dirty
not clean
zero
the number 0
gaze
to look for a long time at someone or something or in a particular direction
button
a small, usually round piece of plastic, glass, metal, etc., that is sewn to a piece of clothing and is pushed through a loop or hole to fasten one part of the clothing to another part
extraordinary
very unusual : very different from what is normal or ordinary
hesitate
to stop briefly before you do something especially because you are nervous or unsure about what to do
establishment
an organization or business; when an organization, school, business, etc. is started
creative
good at thinking of new ideas or using imagination to create new and unusual things
constantly
happening a lot or all the time
probability
how likely it is that something will happen
vegetable
a plant that you eat, for example potatoes, onions, beans, etc.
alcohol
drinks such as wine and beer that can make you drunk
remarkable
very unusual or noticeable in a way that you admire
throat
the tube inside the neck that leads to the stomach and lungs
dependent
decided or controlled by something else
steel
a strong, hard metal made of iron and carbon
sustain
to keep providing what is needed
ally
someone who supports you, especially when other people are against you; a country that has agreed to help another country, especially in a war
ethnic
connected with people who shares a cultural tradition
pleasant
causing a feeling of happiness or pleasure
exceed
to be greater in number than something
historian
someone who studies or writes about history
sugar
a sweet substance usually in the form of white or brown crystals or white powder that comes from plants and is used to make foods sweeter
brilliant
very good; extremely clever; full of light or color
involvement
when someone or something is involved in an activity or event
philosophy
a study of ideas about the fundamental nature of life
hypothesis
an idea that leads to further study or discussion
bread
a baked food made from a mixture of flour and water
drag
to pull (someone or something that is heavy or difficult to move)
edit
to make changes so that something can be used
inner
on the inside, or near the middle of something
statistic
a number that represents a piece of information
liability
when you are legally responsible for something; a debt; a disadvantage
anticipate
to expect or look ahead to something positively
league
a group of teams which compete against each other in a sport
seal
an animal with smooth fur that eats fish and lives near the sea
grab
to take hold of something or someone suddenly
flood
a large amount of water covering an area of land that is usually dry
compensation
money that you pay to someone because you are responsible for injuring them or damaging something; money paid for work
segment
one of the parts that something can be divided into
compound
combining two or more parts to form something new
occasionally
not happening often
spin
to turn or cause someone or something to turn around repeatedly
desert
an area of very dry land that is usually covered with sand and is very hot
operator
a person who uses and controls something (such as a machine, device, or business): someone who operates something
tower
a tall, narrow building or structure that may stand apart from or be attached to another building or structure
newly
recently
paragraph
a section of writing that usually deals with one subject
advocate
to push for something positive
bath
the act of washing the body usually by sitting or lying in a container filled with water
blind
unable to see
confident
having a feeling or belief that you can do something well or succeed at something : having confidence
overcome
to defeat (someone or something)
briefly
lasting only for a short time
pure
not mixed with anything else
regularly
often; at the same time each day, week, month, etc.
counsel
a lawyer; advice
disturb
to stop (someone) from working, sleeping, etc.
burden
something difficult or unpleasant that you have to deal with or worry about
silent
not speaking or making noise
behave
to act in an acceptable way : to act properly
tap
to hit (someone or something) lightly especially with a small sound
alarm
a loud noise that warns you of danger or is used to wake you
fantastic
very good
valley
an area of low land between hills or mountains
preference
a feeling of liking or wanting one person or thing more than another person or thing
discovery
the act of finding or learning something for the first time
dare
to have enough courage or confidence to do something
skirt
a piece of clothing worn by women and girls that hangs from the waist down
eastern
located toward the east
poverty
the state of being poor
registration
when a name or information is recorded on an official list
cigarette
a thin tube of paper filled with tobacco, that people smoke
criticize
to make negative comments about something or someone
bowl
a round container that has tall, curving sides and that is used for preparing or serving foods and liquids
cousin
a child of your uncle or aunt
offense
a criminal act; something that causes a person to be hurt, angry, or upset
clause
a part of a sentence that has its own subject
impress
to make someone admire or respect you
jury
a group of people in a court of law who decide if someone is guilty or not
venture
a new activity that may not be successful
virus
an infectious organism too small to be seen that causes disease, or an illness that it causes; a harmful computer program
anxiety
fear or nervousness about what might happen
illegal
not allowed by law
wrap
to cover (something) by winding or folding a piece of material around it
harm
physical or mental damage or injury : something that causes someone or something to be hurt, broken, made less valuable or successful, etc.