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Lesson 24


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scorn
contempt, ridicule, sneer
secretary
a British official who works in a government department or embassy and is below the rank of minister or ambassador
dean
سركشيش
wipe
clean
dime
a coin of the US and Canada, worth one tenth of a dollar
frown
to make an angry, unhappy, or confused expression, moving your eyebrows together, scowl
wrestler
كشتيگير
troublesome
causing problems, in an annoying way
destructive
causing damage to people or things → destroy
flea
حشره كك
bedbug
an insect that sucks blood and lives in dirty houses, especially in beds, ساس
lice
the plural of louse, شپش
rat
an animal that looks like a large mouse with a long tail, موش
grief
(n.) extreme sadness, especially because someone you love has died
statue
an image of a person or animal that is made in solid material such as stone or metal and is usually large → sculpture
sculpture
the art of making objects out of stone, wood, clay etc
peace
a situation in which there is no war or fighting
obedience
when someone does what they are told to do, or what a law, rule etc says they must do
delegate
1.representative or deputy 2. give task to 3. give power or authority to
volume
a book that is part of a set, or one into which a very long book is divided
monarch
a king or queen
raise
enhance, boost, elevate, uplift, بالا بردن
abuse
the use of something in a way that it should not be used SYN misuse
offender
someone who is guilty of a crime, متخلف
milder
خفيف تر
tend
tendency
afford
to provide something or allow something to happen
muddle
n. when there is confusion about something, and things are done wrong as a result
cuddle
to hold someone or something very close to you with your arms around them, especially to show that you love them → hug
sorrow
a feeling of great sadness, usually because someone has died or because something terrible has happened to you → grief
impartial
not involved in a particular situation, and therefore able to give a fair opinion or piece of advice SYN fair
frown
to make an angry, unhappy, or confused expression, moving your eyebrows together
complicate
to make a problem or situation more difficult
interrupt
(v.) to make a process or activity stop temporarily
civilization
تمدن