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access
the way in which you can enter a place or get to a place
in accordance with
following or objeying a rule
antagonise
to make someone dislike you or feel opposed to you
astronomical
An astronomical amount is extremely large.
be dying to
to be extremely eager to have or do something
bullying
when someone hurts or frightens someone who is smaller or less powerful than they are, often forcing them to do something they do not want to do
call in
to visit someone for a short time
catch on
to become popular
come up with
to suggest or think of an idea or plan
craft shop
a shop that sells the materials and tools used for making decorative objects by hand, or the decorative objects themselves
on duty
When police officers, doctors, guards, etc. are on duty, they are working.
end up
to finally be in a particular place or situation
envy
the feeling that you wish you had something that someone else has
extreme
the largest possible amount or degree of something
foot of the page
the bottom of a page
fraud
the crime of getting money by deceiving people
get on
to manage or deal with a situation, especially successfully
go for sth
if something goes for an amount of money, it is sold for that amount
go with sth
If one thing goes with another, they suit each other or they look or taste good together.
harassment
behaviour that annoys or upsets someone
have sth in common with
to share interests, experiences or other characteristics with someone or something
isolated
alone and not having help or support from other people
keep your eye on
to watch or look after something or someone
live up to
to be as good as something
look down on
to think that someone is less important than you
long-term
continuing a long time into the future
multinational
involving several different countries, or (of a business) producing and selling goods in several different countries
network
a group of people who know each other or who work together
overpriced
too expensive
part with sth
to give something to someone else, especially when you do not want to
permanently
always and forever
plot
the things that happen in a story
power
control or influence over people and events
power
strength or force
power
a natural ability
promote
to advertise something
pros and cons
advantages and disadvantages
run out of sth
If you run out of something, you use all of it or completely finish it.
in a rut
in a bad situation where you do the same things all the time, or where it is impossible to make progress
set foot in
to go to a place
settle down
to start living in a place where you intend to stay for a long time, usually with your partner
short-term
relating to a short period of time
single-handed
without any help from anyone else
solar system
the sun and the group of planets which move around it
stalking
illegally following and watching someone, usually a woman, over a period of time
stunning
very beautiful
suspense
the feeling of excitement or nervousness which you have when you are waiting for something to happen
tactful
careful not to say or do anything that could upset someone
take the world by storm
to be suddenly extremely successful
take up
to start doing a particular job or activity
trendy
fashionable at the moment
tricky
difficult to deal with or do
upload
to copy computer programs or information electronically, usually from a small computer to a larger one or to the Internet