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due

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US / dju: /

UK / du, dju /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • When something is required or expected
  • Owed to a person as a right
  • noun
  • Something you deserve; something you can expect

underlie

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US / ˌʌndəˈlaɪ /

UK / ˌʌndərˈlaɪ /

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  • verb
  • To be the basis, foundation or cause of something
  • To lie or exist beneath

look

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US / lʊk /

UK / lʊk /

A1
  • noun
  • Person's beauty or physical attractiveness
  • Particular style of dress, clothes, or appearance
  • The way someone, something appears to be
  • Act of searching for or examining something
  • verb
  • To appear to be; seem

journey

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US / 'dʒɜ:nɪ /

UK / ˈdʒɚni /

A2
  • noun
  • Act of traveling from one place to another; trip
  • verb
  • To travel through a place

who

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US / hu: /

UK / hu /

A1
  • pronoun
  • Which person
  • Used to introduce information about people

lovable

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US / ˈlʌvəbl /

UK / ˈlʌvəbəl /

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  • adjecitve
  • Arousing affection; funny; likeable

acknowledge

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US / ək'nɒlɪdʒ /

UK / ækˈnɑlɪdʒ /

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  • verb
  • To say you have received a letter, gift, etc.
  • To say you accept the truth or value of something
  • to publicly express appreciation

shoulder

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US / ˈʃəʊldə(r) /

UK / ˈʃoldɚ /

A2
  • noun
  • Part of the body where an arm attaches or joins
  • Meat that comes from an animal's upper front leg
  • Part of a shirt or coat that covers the shoulders
  • verb
  • To carry something around your neck
  • To push something using the top part of your arm
  • To accept a job or responsibility

very

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US / 'verɪ /

UK / ˈvɛri /

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  • adjecitve
  • Concerning a large degree or amount
  • adverb
  • A lot; much; many
  • Used to stress or emphasize a noun

everyone

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US / ˈevriwʌn /

UK / ˈɛvriˌwʌn /

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  • pronoun
  • Every person; everybody

list

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US / lɪst /

UK / lɪst /

A1
  • noun
  • Lean of a boat to one side
  • Series of written names, words or numbers
  • verb
  • To lean to one side, like a boat or ship
  • To present for sale for a specific price
  • To write a series of names, words, or numbers

take

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US / teɪk /

UK / tek /

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  • noun
  • Filming of a single scene for TV or the movies
  • verb
  • To accept something that is offered
  • To use a method of traveling, e.g. a bus or train
  • To use a camera to make (a photo)
  • To pick up something and go away with it
  • To study a subject in school
  • To attempt to pass (an exam)
  • To require a certain amount of time, money, space

its

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US / ɪts /

UK / ɪts /

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  • adjecitve
  • Referring to or belonging to ‘it’
  • determiner
  • Of something; belonging or related to something
  • other
  • Possessive form of “it”

leaf

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US / li:f /

UK / lif /

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  • noun
  • Page in a book
  • Green part of a tree or plant
  • verb
  • To look through pages in a book

move

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US / mu:v /

UK / muv /

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  • noun
  • Act of moving a playing piece in chess, etc.
  • An action; doing something
  • Step taken to achieve a goal
  • verb
  • To cause someone to have certain emotions
  • To cause something to change to a different place
  • To change where people live or a business operates
  • To take action to do or achieve something

simple

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US / 'sɪmpl /

UK / ˈsɪmpəl /

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  • adjecitve
  • Not hard to understand or do; not complex
  • Having only a few parts; not complex
  • Being ordinary or normal
  • Being plain; without a lot added for style

link

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US / lɪŋk /

UK / lɪŋk /

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  • noun
  • Any one of the rings that are part of a chain
  • Connection between two or more things or people
  • Webpage item you click to go to another webpage
  • verb
  • To join or connect together

responsibility

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US / rɪˌspɒnsə'bɪlətɪ /

UK / rɪˌspɑnsəˈbɪlɪti /

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  • noun
  • Job, task or thing you are expected to look after
  • A thing to be done because it is morally correct
  • State of being dependable or reliable

cuddly

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US / ˈkʌdli /

UK / ˈkʌdli /

B2
  • adjecitve
  • That makes you want to bug them; plump or friendly

bring

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US / brɪŋ /

UK / brɪŋ /

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  • verb
  • To take or go with someone to a place

emotionally

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US / ɪ'məʊʃənəlɪ /

UK / ɪˈmoʃənl:ɪ /

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  • adverb
  • In a way that shows your feelings

all

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US / ɔ:l /

UK / ɔl /

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  • adverb
  • Completely; totally
  • determiner
  • Being every one of something
  • pronoun
  • 100% of something; the complete amount

change

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US / tʃeɪndʒ /

UK / tʃendʒ /

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  • noun
  • Exchange of one set of clothes for another
  • Money in the form of coins instead of paper
  • Money returned after giving too much
  • Act of making or becoming something else
  • verb
  • To exchange one set of clothes for another
  • To exchange one kind of money for another
  • To replace something with another thing
  • To make or become something else
  • To go from one train, bus, etc. and go to another

energy

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US / 'enədʒɪ /

UK / ˈɛnədʒi /

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  • noun
  • Physical or mental strength

lack

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US / læk /

UK / læk /

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  • noun
  • The state of not having or not having enough of
  • A shortage of something
  • verb
  • To not have, or not have enough, of something

task

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US / tɑ:sk /

UK / tæsk /

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  • noun
  • Big or small piece of work someone has to do
  • verb
  • To be given something to do, e.g. wash dishes

that

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US / ðæt /

UK / ðæt, ðət /

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  • adjecitve
  • The person or thing being talked about
  • Used to identify something both the speakers know
  • adverb
  • Used to reinforce adjectives and adverbs
  • To such a degree
  • conjunction
  • Used to connect a noun clause
  • Used to introduce an adverbial clause
  • Used to introduce a noun clause
  • determiner
  • Used as a noun to refer to something
  • pronoun
  • Referring an object far away
  • Used to refer to the relative pronoun ‘which’

during

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US / ˈdjʊərɪŋ /

UK / ˈdʊrɪŋ, ˈdjʊr- /

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  • preposition
  • At some point in the course of an event or thing

hard

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US / hɑ:d /

UK / hɑː(r)d /

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  • adjecitve
  • Difficult to do; difficult to understand
  • (Of facts) not able to be misunderstood; clear
  • (Of alcohol) strong
  • Involving or requiring lots of work, effort, care
  • Being full of pain, trouble, and problems
  • Strong
  • (Of edge) clear; sharp
  • Difficult to bend, break or cut; solid
  • adverb
  • With lots of force, power, or impact

health

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US / helθ /

UK / hɛlθ /

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  • noun
  • (Person, company) being in a good condition; well

understanding

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US / ˌʌndəˈstændɪŋ /

UK / ˌʌndərˈstændɪŋ /

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  • adjecitve
  • Being sympathetic
  • noun
  • When you get the meaning correctly; comprehension
  • Knowledge about something or someone
  • verb
  • To know the meaning of language, what someone says

comment

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US / 'kɒment /

UK / ˈkɑmɛnt /

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  • noun
  • Something you say, giving an opinion; remark
  • verb
  • To say something that gives your opinion

tell

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US / tel /

UK / tɛl /

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  • verb
  • To (strongly) advise a person to do something
  • To be able to guess
  • To say or communicate information to someone
  • To inform, but without speaking; indicate
  • To have a negative effect on someone
  • To order someone to do something; command
  • To recognize something based on certain signs
  • To report something to an authority
  • To explain something or teach someone something

own

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US / əʊn /

UK / on /

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  • adjecitve
  • Belong to oneself
  • determiner
  • Yours, his, hers, etc.; not belonging to another
  • pronoun
  • (Something) belong to myself
  • verb
  • To have something as your property

bother

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US / 'bɒðə(r) /

UK / ˈbɑðɚ /

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  • noun
  • Problems, concern or worry for someone
  • A disturbance; trouble
  • verb
  • To cause problems, concerns or worry for someone
  • To take the trouble to do something

she

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US / ʃɪ /

UK / ʃi /

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  • pronoun
  • Female person or animal mentioned before
  • (Refers to female person mentioned before)

impact

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US / 'ɪmpækt /

UK / ˈɪmˌpækt /

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  • noun
  • A striking effect or result to hit with force
  • Very strong influence
  • Act or force of one thing hitting something else
  • verb
  • To hit or strike someone or something with force

embody

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US / ɪmˈbɒdi /

UK / ɪmˈbɑ:di /

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  • verb
  • To make something into part of a body or system

priority

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US / praɪ'ɒrətɪ /

UK / praɪˈɔrɪti, -ˈɑr- /

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  • noun
  • Thing that is more important/urgent than others

even

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US / 'i:vn /

UK / ˈivən /

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  • adjecitve
  • Being equal in influence, power, possibility etc.
  • Being divided equally or fairly
  • (Of teams/contest) with similar chances of success
  • Smooth, level, or regular
  • Can be divided by 2; ending in 2, 4, 6, 8, or 0
  • At a regular, equally steady manner
  • Remaining steady and unchanging
  • adverb
  • (When this is surprising) as well; too
  • (Used to compare two things/stress the difference)
  • verb
  • To make something level; to flatten
  • To make something equal

dismiss

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US / dɪsˈmɪs /

UK / dɪsˈmɪs /

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  • verb
  • To consider that something is at an end
  • To end someone's employment; fire someone
  • To not to think about something seriously

empathy

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US / ˈempəθi /

UK / ˈɛmpəθi /

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  • noun
  • Understanding how other people feel/suffer

like

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US / laɪk /

UK / laɪk /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Being equal in status or kind to something else
  • Similar; the same
  • adverb
  • For example
  • preposition
  • Used as a filler; used to ad emphasis
  • In a way similar to the way something is done
  • Such as; for example
  • verb
  • To want to
  • To find something pleasing; to prefer something

step

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US / step /

UK / stɛp /

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  • noun
  • Movement done as part of a particular dance
  • Distance covered by one movement of a leg; stride
  • One part or stage in a process
  • Sound made by the feet while walking; footstep
  • Flat horizontal piece that forms stairs
  • verb
  • To raise and moving the foot to put it down

week

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US / wi:k /

UK / wik /

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  • noun
  • Period of seven days from Sunday to Saturday

people

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US / 'pi:pl /

UK / ˈpipəl /

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  • noun
  • Persons sharing culture, country, background, etc.
  • Men, Women, Children

practice

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US / 'præktɪs /

UK / ˈpræktɪs /

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  • noun
  • The office and place for legal or medical work
  • Doing something many times to become better at it
  • verb
  • To work as a doctor or lawyer
  • To live according to the teachings of a religion
  • To do something many times to improve a skill

down

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US / daʊn /

UK / daʊn /

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  • adjecitve
  • Being sad, sick, or unhappy
  • Not operating, working, or functioning as expected
  • adverb
  • In a sitting or lying position
  • Towards or on the ground, floor, or bottom
  • Written or copied onto a piece of paper or book
  • noun
  • A period of play in American Football
  • The soft, smooth hairs that cover a bird's body
  • preposition
  • Along something's path, course, or direction
  • Going from a higher position to a lower position
  • verb
  • To eat or drink very quickly and without stopping

find

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US / faɪnd /

UK / faɪnd /

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  • noun
  • Object discovered by chance
  • Things that have been discovered from searching
  • verb
  • To become aware of something that is happening
  • To discover or meet by chance
  • To decide if someone is guilty of a crime, or not
  • To learn through study, research, or effort
  • To discover something by looking for it

family

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US / 'fæməlɪ /

UK / ˈfæmli /

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  • noun
  • Close group of people or organizations
  • A group of people who are related through blood
  • Group of related plants or animals

disrupt

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US / dɪsˈrʌpt /

UK / dɪsˈrʌpt /

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  • verb
  • To cause a disturbance in an activity in progress

growth

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US / grəʊθ /

UK / groʊθ /

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  • noun
  • Improvement, development in a skill over time
  • A mass on the skin or body part related to illness
  • Act of growing

cause

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US / kɔ:z /

UK / kɔz /

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  • noun
  • Belief, goal or organization that people support
  • Reason for
  • verb
  • To make something happen; create effect or result

remind

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US / rɪ'maɪnd /

UK / rɪˈmaɪnd /

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  • verb
  • To cause someone to remember what they forgot

decrease

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US / dɪˈkri:s /

UK / dɪˈkris /

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  • noun
  • Amount by which something has been reduced
  • verb
  • To reduce the size, amount or number of something

example

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US / ɪgˈzɑ:mpl /

UK / ɪɡˈzæmpəl /

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  • noun
  • Thing, person which represents a category

get

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US / ɡet /

UK / ɡɛt /

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  • verb
  • To become affected by illness or disease
  • To begin to feel or understand an emotion or idea
  • To send or bring someone or something home, etc.
  • To go somewhere to obtain something
  • To (cause to) do a particular thing
  • To obtain, receive or be given something
  • To currently have
  • To prepare for use
  • To understand something being said or read

fatigue

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US / fəˈti:g /

UK / fəˈtiɡ /

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  • noun
  • Breaking due to being moved or bent many times
  • Being very tired
  • verb
  • To cause someone or something to become very tired

sense

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US / sens /

UK / sɛns /

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  • noun
  • Certain mental feeling or emotion
  • Normal or clear state of mind
  • Meaning of a particular word, phrase or text
  • verb
  • To perceive using sight, sound, taste touch etc.
  • To recognize the presence of something

deplete

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US / dɪˈpli:t /

UK / dɪˈplit /

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  • verb
  • To reduce the amount, strength or number of

carry

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US / ˈkæri /

UK / ˈkæri /

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  • verb
  • To have a child, be pregnant
  • To have a disease you might give to others
  • (Of stores) to sell a particular product
  • To hold something and move it to another place
  • To travel a long distance (sound)
  • To support the weight or burden of something

whether

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US / ˈweðə(r) /

UK / ˈhwɛðɚ, ˈwɛð- /

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  • conjunction
  • If something will happen or not

anxiety

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US / æŋ'zaɪətɪ /

UK / æŋˈzaɪɪti /

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  • noun
  • Fear about what might happen; worry

can

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US / kæn /

UK / kən,kæn /

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  • noun
  • A metal container for storing food
  • other
  • Able to; have the skill to; have the time to
  • verb
  • To have permission to
  • To be possible to do
  • To preserve food by sealing it in a metal container

effect

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US / ɪ'fekt /

UK / ɪˈfɛkt /

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  • noun
  • An advantage, benefit
  • Change brought about by a cause; result

tune

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US / tju:n /

UK / tun, tjun /

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  • noun
  • Group of musical notes that make a pleasant sound
  • verb
  • To make adjustments to equipment to make it better
  • To adjust to be at the right musical pitch
  • To modify how something operates, looks, e.g. car

frustrating

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US / frʌˈstreɪtɪŋ /

UK / frʌˈstretɪŋ /

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  • adjecitve
  • Annoying because things don't go the way you want
  • verb
  • To make annoyed because things don't go well

video

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US / 'vɪdɪəʊ /

UK / ˈvɪdiˌo /

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  • adjecitve
  • Of a moving film, with sound
  • noun
  • Recording capturing action with sound
  • verb
  • To make a moving film of, with sound

description

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US / dɪˈskrɪpʃn /

UK / dɪˈskrɪpʃən /

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  • noun
  • Explanation of what something is like, looks like

not

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US / nɒt /

UK / nɑt /

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  • adverb
  • Word indicating the negative
  • (Used to form the negative of verbs)

content

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US / 'kɒntent /

UK / ˈkɑnˌtɛnt /

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  • adjecitve
  • Being happy or satisfied
  • noun
  • Information in something, e.g. book or computer

tough

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US / tʌf /

UK / tʌf /

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  • adjecitve
  • (Of food) difficult to chew or bite through
  • Very difficult to do or deal with
  • Having strict standards
  • Being firm and not easily bent or broken
  • Being strong physically or mentally
  • Being difficult to persuade
  • Capable of violence

become

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US / bɪ'kʌm /

UK / bɪˈkʌm /

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  • verb
  • To begin to be; grow to be; develop into
  • To be suitable for a particular job or role

helpful

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US / ˈhelpfl /

UK / ˈhɛlpfəl /

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  • adjecitve
  • Doing things that help someone

experience

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US / ɪk'spɪərɪəns /

UK / ɪkˈspɪriəns /

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  • noun
  • Thing a person has done or that happened to them
  • An event at which you learned something
  • Knowledge gained by living life, doing new things
  • verb
  • To gain knowledge by doing things

insightful

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US / ˈɪnsaɪtfʊl /

UK / ˈɪnˌsaɪtfəl, ɪnˈsaɪt- /

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  • adjecitve
  • Displaying clear and deep understanding

towards

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US / tə'wɔ:dz /

UK / 'təuədz, twɔ:dz /

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  • preposition
  • In the direction of someone or something

lazy

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US / ˈleɪzi /

UK / ˈlezi /

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  • adjecitve
  • Not liking to work or make an effort; idle

ability

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US / ə'bɪlətɪ /

UK / əˈbɪlɪti /

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  • noun
  • The power, resources or skill to do something

feeling

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US / ˈfi:lɪŋ /

UK / ˈfilɪŋ /

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  • noun
  • Sensation or emotion you experience
  • verb
  • To be aware of or experience an emotion, sensation
  • To sense through direct contact; touch

elizabeth

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US / ɪ'lɪzəbəθ /

UK / ɪ'lɪzəbəθ /

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  • noun
  • Daughter of George VI who became the Queen of England and Northern Ireland in on the death of her fa
  • other
  • Queen of England; a woman’s name

renewal

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US / rɪˈnju:əl /

UK / rɪˈnu:əl /

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  • noun
  • Action of making something more modern or like new

but

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US / bət /

UK / bʌt,bət /

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  • conjunction
  • Used before you say something different, opposite

life

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US / laɪf /

UK / laɪf /

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  • noun
  • All the living things e.g. animals, plants, humans
  • Period of time things live, from birth to death

support

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US / səˈpɔ:t /

UK / səˈpɔrt, -ˈport /

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  • noun
  • Assistance or advice given to someone
  • Evidence that helps prove something is true
  • A thing to hold up or prevent from falling down
  • verb
  • To give assistance or advice to someone
  • To help prove or show that something is true
  • To hold up or prevent from falling down

box

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US / bɒks /

UK / bɑ:ks /

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  • noun
  • A marked area of a baseball field
  • A container with four straight sides and a lid
  • Area of seating in a theater separated from others
  • A 4 sided container or shape printed on a page
  • Entire amount of something inside a container
  • verb
  • To strike someone on the side of the head
  • To pack an object in a six-sided container
  • To fight with gloved hands as a sport

significant

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US / sɪgˈnɪfɪkənt /

UK / sɪɡˈnɪfɪkənt /

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  • adjecitve
  • Large enough to be noticed or have an effect
  • Having meaning; important; noticeable
  • (Statistics) being clearly different

friend

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US / frend /

UK / frɛnd /

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  • noun
  • Person who you like and enjoy being with

relationship

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US / rɪˈleɪʃnʃɪp /

UK / rɪˈleʃənˌʃɪp /

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  • noun
  • Connection between two or more people or things
  • Way people interact or live with each other
  • Romantic or loving friendship between two people

good

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US / ɡʊd /

UK / ɡʊd /

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  • adjecitve
  • Proper, appropriate or right
  • (Of an amount) enough; plenty
  • Excellent; high quality
  • Acting well or properly; of moral character
  • In a positive or happy emotional state
  • noun
  • Advantage or benefit

understand

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US / ˌʌndə'stænd /

UK / ˌʌndɚˈstænd /

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  • verb
  • To know the meaning of language, what someone says

really

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US / ˈri:əli /

UK / ˈriəˌli, ˈrili /

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  • adverb
  • Used to stress something that is said; definitely
  • In a true or accurate manner
  • Very

keep

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US / ki:p /

UK / kip /

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  • noun
  • Large, strong tower in the middle of a castle
  • Money spent on you so you can live in a place
  • verb
  • To continue doing something; not to stop
  • To stop balls going in a goal in sports
  • To not give back or return something
  • (Of food) to not spoil or not rot
  • To take possession of something to own, e.g. a pet
  • To have and continue to hold something
  • To do something that you have promised or agreed
  • To stay in a certain place or condition
  • To maintain the rules

distance

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US / 'dɪstəns /

UK / ˈdɪstəns /

A2
  • noun
  • Lack of friendliness toward another person
  • Amount of space between two places or things
  • verb
  • To make it clear that you are not involved

far

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US / fɑ:(r) /

UK / fɑr /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • A long way away
  • Being a long way away
  • adverb
  • To a large degree or extent

lie

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US / laɪ /

UK / lai /

A2
  • noun
  • An untrue statement, when you know it is not true
  • verb
  • To be in a horizontal or flat position
  • To say something that you know is not true

healing

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US / ˈhi:lɪŋ /

UK / 'hi:lɪŋ /

B1
  • noun
  • Act of helping others to recover their health
  • verb
  • To recover from or forget a bad experience
  • To make or become healthy or well again

from

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US / frəm /

UK / frʌm, frɑm,frəm /

A1
  • preposition
  • Starting at a particular place, time or level

neuroscientist

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US / 'njʊərəʊsaɪəntɪst /

UK / 'njʊəroʊsaɪəntɪst /

A1
  • noun
  • Neurobiologist who specializes in the study of the brain

wellbeing

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US / ˌwel'bi:ˌɪŋ /

UK / ˌwel'bi:ˌɪŋ /

C2
  • noun
  • State of being happy, healthy or prosperous

deeply

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US / ˈdi:pli /

UK / ˈdiplɪ /

A2
  • adverb
  • To a significant degree
  • To a great, intense or extreme extent

lot

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US / lɒt /

UK / lɑt /

A1
  • noun
  • What happens to a person in life from chance; fate
  • A group of people seen together
  • Item for sale at an auction
  • Small area of land used for a purpose e.g. parking

leave

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US / li:v /

UK / liv /

A1
  • noun
  • Permission to do something
  • Vacation time; time off work
  • verb
  • To go away from; depart
  • To gift property to someone after you die
  • To allow something to continue happening
  • To let something remain unused or available
  • To let something or someone remain somewhere

johnson

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US / ˈdʒɔnsn /

UK / ˈdʒɑnsən /

A1
  • noun
  • A man's penis.

sometimes

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US / ˈsʌmtaɪmz /

UK / ˈsʌmˌtaɪmz /

A1
  • adverb
  • Only at certain times; occasionally

gift

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US / gɪft /

UK / ɡɪft /

A2
  • noun
  • Something given to another for a reason; present
  • Special skill or natural ability to do something

exhausted

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US / ɪgˈzɔ:stɪd /

UK / ɪɡˈzɔstɪd /

A2
  • adjecitve
  • Very very tired out
  • verb
  • To emit gas from the back of a car
  • To make a person feel very tired or without energy
  • To entirely use up a resource, possibilities etc.

misinterpret

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US / ˌmɪsɪnˈtɜ:prɪt /

UK / ˌmɪsɪnˈtɜ:rprɪt /

B1
  • verb
  • To make an error when trying to understand

negativity

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US / ˌnegəˈtɪvəti /

UK / ˌneɡəˈtɪvəti /

B1
  • noun
  • Tendency to deny or resist suggestions or commands

thoughtful

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US / ˈθɔ:tfl /

UK / ˈθɔtfəl /

B1
  • adjecitve
  • Concerned about needs and feelings of other people

hope

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US / həʊp /

UK / hop /

A1
  • noun
  • When you wish something will happen; what you wish
  • verb
  • To expect and want something to happen

strain

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US / streɪn /

UK / stren /

B2
  • noun
  • Injury to a muscle, leg etc. through overuse
  • Type or variation of a disease or bacillus
  • verb
  • To remove the water from (food) using a colander
  • To injure a muscle, leg etc. by using it too much

help

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US / help /

UK / hɛlp /

A1
  • noun
  • Something given to enable a person to do something
  • Assistance given to someone in need
  • Someone who makes something easier or possible
  • verb
  • To act to enable a person to do something; assist
  • To make something better or less difficult

environment

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US / ɪn'vaɪrənmənt /

UK / ɛnˈvaɪrənmənt, -ˈvaɪən- /

A1
  • noun
  • Natural world in which plants and animals live
  • The entire surrounding conditions of something

any

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US / 'enɪ /

UK / ˈɛni /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • One, or some, no matter which
  • pronoun
  • One (thing) of many; some

mental

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US / ˈmentl /

UK / ˈmɛntl /

A2
  • adjecitve
  • Concerning the mind

companion

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US / kəm'pænɪən /

UK / kəmˈpænjən /

A2
  • noun
  • Someone who keeps you company, goes out with you

conflict

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US / 'kɒnflɪkt /

UK / ˈkɑnˌflɪkt /

A2
  • noun
  • Argument or struggle between two or more parties
  • verb
  • To have opposite ideas; to disagree; To not match

and

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US / ənd /

UK / ənd, ən,ænd /

A1
  • conjunction
  • Used to refer to two or more things
  • Plus; in addition; on top of that
  • Used to introduce an action that follows another

understandable

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US / ˌʌndəˈstændəbl /

UK / ˌʌndɚˈstændəbəl /

A2
  • adjecitve
  • Able to be understood; intelligible
  • Which would be reasonable in the circumstances

share

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US / ʃeə(r) /

UK / ʃɛr /

A2
  • noun
  • Part-ownership in a property, business or company
  • Part of a company you own, shown by a certificate
  • verb
  • To divide something between two or more people
  • To allow others to use your things equally
  • To give information, etc. to someone

think

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US / θɪŋk /

UK / θɪŋk /

A1
  • verb
  • To have an idea about something without certainty
  • To have an idea, opinion or belief about something

trigger

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US / 'trɪɡə(r) /

UK / ˈtrɪɡɚ /

B1
  • noun
  • Lever on a gun that you pull to fire
  • Device that starts a process
  • verb
  • To start a process off e.g. a memory

two

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US / tu: /

UK / tu /

A1
  • number
  • 2

effort

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US / ˈefət /

UK / ˈɛfət /

A2
  • noun
  • Amount of work used trying to do something

grief

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US / ɡri:f /

UK / ɡrif /

B1
  • noun
  • Feeling of great sadness because someone has died
  • Things that are troublesome or annoying

out

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US / aʊt /

UK / aʊt /

A1
  • adverb
  • No longer stylish (e.g. fashion)
  • Away from home, business, or the usual place
  • In a direction/movement away from inside or center
  • noun
  • Act when a batter cannot continue playing
  • verb
  • To tell people a secret

resource

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US / riˈsɔ:s /

UK / ˈriˌsɔrs, -ˌsors, -ˌzɔrs, -ˌzors, rɪˈsɔrs, -ˈsors, /

A2
  • noun
  • Something that can be used profitably; asset
  • An essential supply of something
  • Resourcefulness; ability to deal with problems
  • verb
  • To obtain (e.g. oil, gas) from its source

misunderstand

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US / ˌmɪsʌndəˈstænd /

UK / ˌmɪsʌndərˈstænd /

B1
  • verb
  • To fail to get the meaning correctly

ask

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US / ɑ:sk /

UK / æsk /

A1
  • verb
  • To say to someone that you want something

capable

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US / 'keɪpəbl /

UK / ˈkepəbəl /

A2
  • adjecitve
  • Being able to do something very well; proficient

well

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US / wel /

UK / wɛl /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Being in a fortunate, good condition or state
  • Healthy and in good condition
  • adverb
  • In an acceptable, proper, or successful manner
  • In a complete, total, or full manner
  • A great and considerable degree
  • In a successful way, in a good or satisfactory way
  • exclamation
  • Used to begin or continue a particular statement
  • Used to show you want to start saying something
  • Used to express that you are waiting for a reply
  • You say this to change the topic of a conversation
  • Used to indicate you are making a final remark
  • noun
  • Long deep hole in the ground to get water
  • verb
  • To cause your eyes to fill with tears

chronic

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US / 'krɒnɪk /

UK / ˈkrɑnɪk /

B1
  • adjecitve
  • Always or often doing something, e.g. lying
  • (Of disease) over a long time; serious

trauma

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US / 'trɔ:mə /

UK / ˈtraʊmə /

B2
  • noun
  • A very severe or upsetting experience
  • Serious injury to part of the body

face

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US / feɪs /

UK / fes /

A1
  • noun
  • Side or outer surface of something
  • An expression using mouth, nose, eyes etc.
  • Front part of the head where eyes, mouth etc. are
  • Characteristics you show in public
  • verb
  • To cover a surface with something like paint
  • To deal with a problem or responsibilities
  • To look toward; point in a certain direction

head

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US / hed /

UK / hɛd /

A1
  • noun
  • Counter for the number of cattle
  • Natural mental ability or intelligence
  • Leader or person with the greatest authority
  • Mind; mental ability; mental state
  • Side of a coin with a head on it
  • Top part of your body with eyes and a mouth
  • Starting point of something, e.g. a river
  • verb
  • To hit a ball with your head in a game
  • To be first or at the front or top (e.g. a list)
  • To travel or move toward a particular place; To go in a particular direction
  • To become the leader of something
  • To lead or be responsible for something

yourself

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US / jɔ:ˈself /

UK / jʊrˈsɛlf, jɔr-, jor-, jə- /

A1
  • pronoun
  • Reflexive form of 'you', used for an emphasis

those

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US / ðəʊz /

UK / ðoz /

A1
  • determiner
  • The people or things we are talking about
  • pronoun
  • The objects far from the speaker

specialize

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US / ˈspeʃəlaɪz /

UK / ˈspɛʃəˌlaɪz /

A2
  • verb
  • To focus on one area of a field or profession
  • To change to fit your environment
  • To name something individually

for

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US / fə(r) /

UK / fɔr,fə /

A1
  • preposition
  • Used to show the purpose, or need of something

reminder

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US / rɪˈmaɪndə(r) /

UK / rɪˈmaɪndər /

A2
  • noun
  • Something that causes one to remember something

individual

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US / ˌɪndɪˈvɪdʒuəl /

UK / ˌɪndəˈvɪdʒuəl /

A2
  • adjecitve
  • Made for use by one single person
  • Having a distinct manner different from others
  • noun
  • Single person, looked at separately from others

pace

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US / peɪs /

UK / pes /

A2
  • noun
  • Rate of speed at which something moves or happens
  • Single step, often used to measure a distance
  • verb
  • To set and control your speed, as in a race
  • To walk with slow purposeful steps

brighten

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US / 'braɪtn /

UK / ˈbraɪtn: /

A2
  • verb
  • To add more light to; make more colorful

time

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US / taɪm /

UK / taɪm /

A1
  • noun
  • Speed at which music is played; tempo
  • Point as shown on a clock, e.g. 3 p.m
  • Number of hours, minutes needed to do something
  • Occasion when something happens
  • Period or occasion that something occurred
  • Period in history or the past
  • Something measured in minutes, hours, days, etc.
  • How long an event takes; duration
  • verb
  • To check speed at which music is performed
  • To choose a specific moment to do something
  • To measure how long an event takes, e.g. a race
  • To schedule something to occur at a specific moment

why

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US / waɪ /

UK / hwaɪ, waɪ /

A1
  • adverb
  • Question word to ask for a reason
  • exclamation
  • (Used to express surprise or approval)

subject

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US / 'sʌbdʒɪkt /

UK / ˈsʌbdʒekt /

A1
  • noun
  • Citizen of an area or country
  • The person or thing that does the action of a verb
  • People who take part in experiments or tests
  • An area of study at school, e.g. math, history
  • What a book, article etc. is about; theme
  • verb
  • To cause to suffer or experience something

green

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US / gri:n /

UK / ɡrin /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Color of young leaves
  • Covered with vegetation, e.g. grass
  • Concerned about protecting the environment
  • The color of young leaves
  • Lacking in experience/knowledge due to being young
  • Being not fully grown or ripe, as in fruit
  • noun
  • Large grassy area
  • used as a part of a name of a place (UK)

spirit

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US / 'spɪrɪt /

UK / ˈspɪrɪt /

A2
  • noun
  • Person's strong determination or attitude
  • Unique qualities of person, place, or time
  • Part of a person thought to be moved by religion
  • Appearance or sense of a dead person
  • verb
  • To take someone away as if by magic

wonder

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US / 'wʌndə(r) /

UK / ˈwʌndɚ /

A1
  • noun
  • Surprise caused by experiencing something amazing
  • verb
  • To feel curious about something
  • To think or consider about something over time

just

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US / dʒʌst /

UK / dʒʌst /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Proper or appropriate; as is deserved
  • Doing or being what is right or fair
  • Legally correct; having enough evidence
  • adverb
  • Almost; nearly
  • Exactly at the time of
  • Exactly (the same as, like)

fully

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US / 'fʊlɪ /

UK / ˈfʊli /

A1
  • adverb
  • Completely or entirely

constant

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US / 'kɒnstənt /

UK / ˈkɑnstənt /

A2
  • adjecitve
  • Happening frequently or without pause
  • noun
  • Thing that happens always or at a regular rate

through

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US / θru: /

UK / θru /

A2
  • adjecitve
  • having finished using or doing something
  • adverb
  • From the beginning of something until the end
  • preposition
  • Over, in, across an entire thing or place
  • Allowing you to pass between, or to
  • By a particular way or process; by the use of

strong

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US / strɒŋ /

UK / strɔŋ /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • (Of tea or beer) dark or thick
  • Having big muscles; physically powerful

job

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US / dʒɒb /

UK / dʒɑ:b /

A1
  • noun
  • Something that must be done
  • Regular work at which you earn money

urge

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US / ɜ:dʒ /

UK / ɚdʒ /

A2
  • noun
  • A strong desire for something
  • Strong pressure on someone to do something
  • verb
  • To drive something forward
  • To ask or encourage someone to do something

this

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US / ðɪs /

UK / ðɪs /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Used to indicate something already been discussed
  • Used to indicate something happening around now
  • adverb
  • An indication by a physical motion or gesture
  • A specific amount of
  • determiner
  • Person, thing, or idea near you
  • pronoun
  • Person, thing that has already been discussed

although

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US / ɔ:lˈðəu /

UK / ɔlˈðo /

A1
  • conjunction
  • Despite the fact that; however

ready

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US / 'redɪ /

UK / ˈrɛdi /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Being likely or about to do something
  • Being willing to do a task
  • verb
  • To prepare something for use or action

stress

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US / stres /

UK / strɛs /

A2
  • noun
  • Emphasis on part of a word or sentence
  • Pressure on something or someone
  • A state of mental tension, worry due to problems
  • verb
  • To emphasize one or more parts of a word, sentence
  • To put pressure on something or someone
  • To say your opinion strongly
  • To be in a state of mental tension due to problems

valid

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US / 'vælɪd /

UK / ˈvælɪd /

A2
  • adjecitve
  • Being in effect or in force, often legally
  • Reasonable; based on sound assumptions
  • Working correctly; producing results

than

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US / ðən /

UK / ðən /

A1
  • conjunction
  • Used to compare two things that are not equal

also

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US / 'ɔ:lsəʊ /

UK / ˈɔlso /

A1
  • adverb
  • In addition; too; in a similar way

psychological

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US / ˌsaɪkəˈlɒdʒɪkl /

UK / ˌsaɪkəˈlɑdʒɪkəl /

A2
  • adjecitve
  • Concerning the study of the mind
  • Concerning psychology

hesitate

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US / 'hezɪteɪt /

UK / 'hezɪteɪt /

B1
  • verb
  • To pause because unsure or reluctant to do

happy

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US / ˈhæpi /

UK / ˈhæpi /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Feeling pleasure or joy; glad

deep

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US / di:p /

UK / dip /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Complex and important
  • Extreme or intense
  • Going far down from the surface
  • Low in pitch, as a sound
  • adverb
  • At a certain distance beneath the surface

intense

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US / ɪn'tens /

UK / ɪnˈtɛns /

A2
  • adjecitve
  • Very strong, great or extreme in degree

alone

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US / ə'ləʊn /

UK / əˈlon /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Apart from others
  • Without equal
  • adverb
  • Without anyone or anything else

love

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US / lʌv /

UK / lʌv /

A1
  • noun
  • Person's name
  • A very strong feeling of affection
  • The person you care very deeply about
  • Strong, deep emotional and sexual attraction
  • verb
  • To care for and like someone very strongly, deeply
  • To like doing very much; enjoy greatly
  • To feel a strong emotional and romantic attraction

one

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US / wʌn /

UK / wʌn /

A1
  • pronoun
  • You; we; people in general; someone
  • The thing or person previously referred to
  • adjecitve
  • Used to refer to people generally
  • Being a strong example of (something mentioned)
  • number
  • Number 1

may

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US / meɪ /

UK / me /

A1
  • noun
  • 5th month of the year
  • other
  • Used to express a desire
  • Expresses permission, possibility or probability
  • Used to show that a thing could be true

how

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US / haʊ /

UK / haʊ /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • To what degree? in what amount?
  • adverb
  • (Used to explain the way to do something)
  • exclamation
  • For what purpose or reason?
  • (Used to ask someone or something's condition)

breakups

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US / /

UK / /

C2
  • other
  • End of a relationship often due to troubles

free

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US / fri: /

UK / fri /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Living, happening without being controlled
  • Costing no money
  • Not working; not busy
  • verb
  • To release (e.g. bird) from a cage or prison

three

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US / θri: /

UK / θri /

A1
  • number
  • Number 3

the

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US / ðə /

UK / ðə /

A1
  • article
  • Used to refer to something already mentioned
  • Used to show there is only one of something
  • determiner
  • Used to describe all of a family

lead

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US / li:d /

UK / lid /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Being the main part in movies or plays
  • noun
  • Wire for electricity, computer, etc.; cable
  • Information that could help to solve a crime
  • Main part in a play or movie
  • Heavy, gray metal element
  • Rope used to tie something to stop it escaping
  • Act of being at the front in a race or game
  • verb
  • To show the way or guide others
  • To be at the front of a race or game
  • To travel in front of; go in advance of others

below

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US / bɪ'ləʊ /

UK / bɪˈlo /

A1
  • preposition
  • In a lower position, place, or level

james

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US / dʒeimz /

UK / dʒemz /

A1
  • proper noun
  • The name of seven Stuart kings of Scotland.
  • The name of two kings of England, Ireland, and Scotland.

psychologist

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US / saɪˈkɒlədʒɪst /

UK / saɪˈkɑlədʒɪst /

C2
  • noun
  • An expert who studies the mind and behavior

state

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US / steɪt /

UK / stet /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Concerning region within a country
  • noun
  • Region within a country, with its own government
  • Situation or condition something is in
  • verb
  • To say; declare as fact

overwhelming

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US / ˌəʊvəˈwelmɪŋ /

UK / ˌovɚˈhwɛlmɪŋ, -ˈwɛl- /

B2
  • adjecitve
  • Having too much to handle (e.g. work)
  • verb
  • To defeat something or someone completely
  • To affect someone emotionally in a strong way
  • To cause to have too much to handle (e.g. work)

depression

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US / dɪ'preʃn /

UK / dɪˈprɛʃən /

B2
  • noun
  • Medical condition of a lack of vitality
  • Period of unemployment and low economic activity

level

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US / 'levl /

UK / ˈlɛvəl /

A2
  • adjecitve
  • (Sports) equal to another
  • Being steady and determined (e.g. a voice)
  • noun
  • Specific height of something
  • Amount of ability you have compared to others
  • Floor or deck within a building
  • Tool used to determine if something is lying flat
  • verb
  • To aim a gun at someone
  • To destroy a building; flatten an area completely
  • To make things flat or even
  • To make a score equal to another, in sports

strength

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US / streŋθ /

UK / strɛŋkθ, strɛŋθ, strɛnθ /

A2
  • noun
  • Condition of being strong

exhaustion

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US / ɪgˈzɔ:stʃən /

UK / ɪɡˈzɔstʃən /

A2
  • noun
  • Total loss of strength; extreme tiredness
  • Using up completely so that there is none left

renowned

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US / rɪˈnaʊnd /

UK / rɪˈnaʊnd /

B2
  • adjecitve
  • Widely known and esteemed

seek

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US / si:k /

UK / sik /

A2
  • verb
  • To ask someone for help
  • To search for; try to find or do; look for
  • To try to achieve something

wish

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US / wɪʃ /

UK / wɪʃ /

A1
  • noun
  • Expression of a hope for something in the future
  • verb
  • To want something to happen or to become true

relocation

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US / ˌri:ləʊ'keɪʃn /

UK / ˌri:loʊ'keɪʃn /

B2
  • noun
  • Process of moving to a new place

surface

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US / 'sɜ:fɪs /

UK / ˈsɚfəs /

A2
  • adjecitve
  • Of the top layer; not deep or meaningful
  • noun
  • Top layer of the ground or of water
  • Nature or emotions that show, but may not be true
  • Outside or upper layer of something
  • verb
  • To give (road) a top layer
  • To appear after being hidden, unseen, or unknown
  • To come to the top of something; emerge
  • To come to the top level of water, mud, etc.

make

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US / meɪk /

UK / mek /

A1
  • noun
  • Product made by a particular company; brand
  • verb
  • To arrange or prepare something e.g. dinner
  • To get to (a place) on time
  • To gain the status of (teacher, lawyer, etc.)
  • To create something by putting things together
  • To earn a certain amount of money at a job
  • To cause or force a person to do something
  • To cause something to happen or be formed

positivity

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US / ˌpɒzɪ'tɪvɪtɪ /

UK / ˌpɒzə'tɪvətɪ /

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  • noun
  • Tendency to be positive or accepting

other

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US / 'ʌðə(r) /

UK / ˈʌðər /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • A thing different from that mentioned
  • determiner
  • (Something) else; not the first (one)
  • pronoun
  • Being the one and only thing of that category

kind

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US / kaɪnd /

UK / kaɪnd /

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  • adjecitve
  • In a caring and helpful manner
  • friendly and considerate
  • noun
  • One type of thing

you

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US / jʊ /

UK / ju /

A1
  • pronoun
  • Person someone is speaking or writing to
  • Person or people in general

loss

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US / lɒs /

UK / lɔ:s /

A2
  • noun
  • Friend, family, or other loved person's death
  • Decrease or decline in quantity or amount
  • Experience or state of failing to have or keep
  • A situation when you lose a game
  • Process of failing to have or keep something
  • Difficulty or trouble caused by someone's leaving
  • Situation when more money is spent than is earned

with

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US / wɪð /

UK / wɪð, wɪθ /

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  • preposition
  • As an employee of a certain company
  • Against something or someone
  • By using something as a means
  • Due to; because of
  • Including
  • Possessing as a feature
  • Related to
  • (Of the manner/attitude by which you do something)
  • Used to express that people or things are together

increase

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US / ɪn'kri:s /

UK / ɪnˈkris /

A1
  • noun
  • Fact of increasing; amount something grows by
  • verb
  • To make or become larger in size or amount

behind

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US / bɪˈhaɪnd /

UK / bɪˈhaɪnd /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Concerning a later or slower time than expected
  • Being in a losing position in a sporting event
  • Being in the past; old fashioned
  • adverb
  • Remaining
  • noun
  • The part of the body that one sits on
  • preposition
  • At or toward the back of someone or something
  • Supporting or helping someone

hear

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US / hɪə(r) /

UK / hɪr /

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  • verb
  • To be aware of sound; to perceive with the ear
  • To be told or find out information or facts
  • To consider or listen to a court case

unmotivated

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US / ˌʌn'məʊtɪveɪtɪd /

UK / ˌʌn'moʊtɪveɪtɪd /

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  • adjecitve
  • Without motivation

serve

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US / sɜ:v /

UK / sɚv /

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  • verb
  • To act in a particular position or office
  • To hit the first ball to an opponent in tennis etc.
  • To be used for a particular purpose
  • To give someone food or drinks
  • To give a person or group a service that is needed
  • To spend a particular amount of time in prison
  • To help customers find products and making sales
  • To give an official paper to appear in court

symbolize

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US / 'sɪmbəlaɪz /

UK / ˈsɪmbəˌlaɪz /

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  • verb
  • To represent to show a thing's essential character

everyday

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US / ˈevrideɪ /

UK / ˈɛvriˈde /

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  • adjecitve
  • Used or seen daily; for daily use; ordinary

have

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US / həv /

UK / hæv /

A1
  • verb
  • To drink, smoke, eat or use something
  • To experience the effects of something
  • To organize an event, or join in an activity
  • To own, possess, or hold something
  • To cause to happen or produce a particular effect

without

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US / wɪˈðaʊt /

UK / wɪðˈaʊt, wɪθ- /

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  • preposition
  • Not with; not having

know

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US / nəʊ /

UK / noʊ /

A1
  • verb
  • To be familiar with a person or place, thing
  • To feel sure or be convinced about something
  • To discover or be aware of something
  • To be able to distinguish
  • To have knowledge of things

brook

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US / brʊk /

UK / brʊk /

B2
  • noun
  • Small river

low

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US / ləʊ /

UK / lo /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Having a small quantity, supply, or amount
  • Being unhappy or unpleasant in attitude
  • Not high; being near the ground, or bottom
  • (Of a voice, sound) being soft; quiet
  • noun
  • Situation of not having a lot of something

negative

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US / 'neɡətɪv /

UK / ˈnɛɡətɪv /

A2
  • adjecitve
  • Being harmful, unwanted or unhelpful
  • In mathematics, being less than zero
  • Focusing on the bad aspects; pessimistic
  • noun
  • The opposite to a positive electrical charge
  • In grammar, containing words such as 'no' or 'not'
  • Reply to a question or statement that means 'no'
  • Image on camera film used to make a photo

tired

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US / ˈtaɪəd /

UK / ˈtaɪərd /

B1
  • adjecitve
  • Without energy so you want to rest or fall asleep
  • verb
  • To lose, cause to lose energy so you want to rest

emotion

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US / iˈməuʃən /

UK / ɪˈmoʃən /

A2
  • noun
  • A feeling such as sadness, anger or love

accord

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US / ə'kɔ:d /

UK / əˈkɔ:rd /

B1
  • noun
  • Agreement or harmony
  • An agreement or treaty between countries
  • verb
  • To be in harmony or agreement; consent
  • To give (someone) the respect due to them

divorce

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US / dɪ'vɔ:s /

UK / dɪˈvɔrs, -ˈvors /

A2
  • noun
  • Legal breakup of a marriage
  • verb
  • To legally end a marriage to (someone)

transition

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US / trænˈzɪʃn /

UK / trænˈzɪʃən, -ˈsɪʃ- /

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  • noun
  • Change from one state, movement, place to another
  • verb
  • To change state, movement, place, or subject

see

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US / si: /

UK / si /

A1
  • verb
  • To go on a date with someone
  • To predict whether something is, or will be true
  • To understand what someone says
  • To use your eyes to look at something
  • To visit a place often for sightseeing or pleasure
  • To visit or meet with someone
  • To find out by waiting or looking
  • To watch (a game, movie or TV show)

remember

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US / rɪ'membə(r) /

UK / rɪˈmɛmbɚ /

A1
  • verb
  • To give someone a gift, e.g. birthday, wedding
  • To hold a thought in your mind to not forget it
  • To bring a previous image or idea to your mind

heartbreak

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US / ˈhɑ:tbreɪk /

UK / ˈhɑ:rtbreɪk /

C1
  • noun
  • Great sorrow caused by e.g. death of loved one

could

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US / kəd /

UK / kʊd /

A1
  • other
  • Past form of 'can' to mean have ability
  • Used to ask for something politely, or to offer

challenge

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US / 'tʃælɪndʒ /

UK / ˈtʃæləndʒ /

A2
  • noun
  • An activity you wish to try that may be hard to do
  • Act of formally inviting someone to compete
  • A question to determine correctness of something
  • verb
  • To formally invite someone to compete at something
  • To question the correctness of something

empathetic

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US / empə'θetɪk /

UK / empə'θetɪk /

B2
  • adjecitve
  • Exhibiting deep emotional understanding

day

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US / deɪ /

UK / de /

A1
  • noun
  • A period of 24 hours beginning at midnight
  • The period of time when it is light outside
  • Person's name

shame

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US / ʃeɪm /

UK / ʃem /

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  • noun
  • Feeling of guilt because you did something wrong
  • verb
  • To make someone feel ashamed

should

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US / ʃʊd /

UK / ʃʊd /

A1
  • other
  • Used to indicate what is proper or reasonable

overcome

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US / ˌəʊvə'kʌm /

UK / ˌovɚˈkʌm /

A2
  • verb
  • To succeed in a struggle against; defeat

reason

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US / 'ri:zn /

UK / ˈrizən /

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  • noun
  • Ability to think about facts and form a judgment
  • Explanation for why something occurred or was done
  • verb
  • To think and make conclusions in a logical manner

feel

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US / fi:l /

UK / fil /

A1
  • verb
  • To be aware of or experience an emotion, sensation
  • To sense through direct contact; touch

deserve

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US / dɪ'zɜ:v /

UK / dɪˈzɚv /

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  • verb
  • To be worthy of, e.g. getting praise or attention

relate

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US / rɪ'leɪt /

UK / rɪˈlet /

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  • verb
  • To demonstrate a logical relationship between
  • To understand or sympathize with, e.g. a problem
  • To tell a story, or tell about a particular event

explain

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US / ɪk'spleɪn /

UK / ɪkˈsplen /

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  • verb
  • To make clear or easy to understand by describing

surround

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US / səˈraʊnd /

UK / səˈraʊnd /

A2
  • other
  • To be closely connected to and have an effect on
  • verb
  • To be all the way around something
  • To be closely connected to and have an effect on
  • To move closer on all sides of something

realize

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US / 'ri:əlaɪz /

UK / ˈriəˌlaɪz /

A1
  • verb
  • To become aware of or understand mentally

prioritize

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US / praɪˈɒrətaɪz /

UK / praɪˈɔ:rətaɪz /

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  • verb
  • To rank things in importance

normal

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US / 'nɔ:ml /

UK / ˈnɔrməl /

A1
  • adjecitve
  • Standard or regular way of doing something
  • Having standard mental or physical ability, health

appear

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US / ə'pɪə(r) /

UK / əˈpɪr /

A1
  • verb
  • To be seen, become visible; come into sight
  • To seem to be
  • To act in a play, movie, or be mentioned in media

here

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US / hɪə(r) /

UK / hɪr /

A1
  • adverb
  • In this place; at this location, position or time

continue

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US / kən'tɪnju: /

UK / kənˈtɪnju /

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  • verb
  • To do something without stopping, or after pausing
  • To start doing again after a break, pause, or stop

bed

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US / bed /

UK / bɛd /

A1
  • noun
  • Flat bottom surface of a lake, ocean etc.
  • A piece of furniture that people sleep on
  • An area on which other things are put
  • Area of ground to grow vegetables or flowers
  • verb
  • To have sex with someone
  • To plant, fix, or attach something firmly to

motivation

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US / ˌməʊtɪ'veɪʃn /

UK / ˌmotəˈveʃən /

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  • noun
  • Reason behind why someone did something

cope

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US / kəʊp /

UK / koʊp /

A2
  • verb
  • To deal with something in spite of difficulties

rid

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US / rɪd /

UK / rɪd /

A2
  • verb
  • To cause to no longer have (pest, problem)

toxic

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US / ˈtɒksɪk /

UK / ˈtɑksɪk /

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  • adjecitve
  • Poisonous; harmful
  • (Of relationships) harmful; causing conflict

reality

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US / rɪ'ælətɪ /

UK / riˈælɪti /

A2
  • noun
  • What is true, as opposed to what is imagined

ever

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US / 'evə(r) /

UK / ˈɛvɚ /

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  • adverb
  • At any time; at all times in the future

healthy

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US / ˈhelθi /

UK / ˈhɛlθi /

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  • adjecitve
  • In good condition physically, or financially; well

small

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US / smɔ:l /

UK / smɔl /

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  • adjecitve
  • Little in size; not big
  • (Of letters) not written in capital letters
  • Being insignificant or minor
  • (Of a business) with few people or things; local
  • (Of voice) being soft and quiet
  • (Of a child) being young

associate

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US / ə'səʊʃɪeɪt /

UK / əˈsoʊʃiˌeɪt /

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  • adjecitve
  • Part of a job title indicating a junior position
  • noun
  • Partner in professional work, e.g. in law
  • verb
  • To spend time with other people; mix with
  • To form a connection in your mind between things
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  • If You Feel 'Lazy', Watch This...Have you ever felt emotionally drained, lacked motivation, and felt a sense of shame associated with it? As you lie on your bed and look up at the ceiling, you cannot rid yourself of the overwhelming feeling of exhaustion that's been bothering you for weeks. This feeling has been impacting your daily life, and although you tell yourself that you are not lazy, you still cannot understand why you lack motivation. You keep hearing a voice in your head urging you to push yourself harder or reminding you that you should have more energy. It's frustrating because you know you're doing your best, but the burden on your shoulders seems to be increasing every day. But did you know there could be psychological reasons behind your fatigue that couldn't be seen on the surface?Here are some. One, emotional drain from going through change.Have you ever wondered why significant life changes like breakups, divorces, job losses, or relocations can feel so overwhelming? According to Dr. Sarah Johnson, a clinical psychologist specializing in trauma and life transitions, significant life changes can deeply impact your emotional wellbeing. For example, breakups, divorce, job loss, or relocation can trigger intense emotions like heartbreak, grief, and anxiety, depleting your emotional resources and leaving you feeling tired and unmotivated. Change can leave you emotionally drained and unmotivated. Others may misunderstand and think you're being lazy, not realizing the deep emotional toll it's taking on you. It's normal to wish for empathy and support during this challenging transition. Make self-care a priority as you navigate through this challenge. Take small steps at your own pace and don't hesitate to ask for help when needed.
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  • Have you ever felt emotionally drained, lacked motivation, and felt a sense of shame associated with it?
  • As you lie on your bed and look up at the ceiling, you cannot rid yourself of the overwhelming feeling of exhaustion that's been bothering you for weeks.
  • This feeling has been impacting your daily life, and although you tell yourself that you are not lazy, you still cannot understand why you lack motivation.
  • You keep hearing a voice in your head urging you to push yourself harder, or reminding you that you should have more energy.
  • It's frustrating because you know you're doing your best, but the burden on your shoulders seems to be increasing every day.
  • But did you know there could be psychological reasons behind your fatigue that couldn't be seen on the surface?
  • Here are some.
  • One, emotional drain from going through change.
  • Have you ever wondered why significant life changes like breakups, divorces, job losses, or relocations can feel so overwhelming?
  • According to Dr. Sarah Johnson, a clinical psychologist specializing in trauma and life transitions, significant life changes can deeply impact your emotional wellbeing.
  • For example, breakups, divorce, job loss, or relocation can trigger intense emotions like heartbreak, grief, and anxiety, depleting your emotional resources and leaving you feeling tired and unmotivated.
  • Change can leave you emotionally drained and unmotivated.
  • Others may misunderstand and think you're being lazy, not realizing the deep emotional toll it's taking on you.
  • It's normal to wish for empathy and support during this challenging transition.
  • Make self-care a priority as you navigate through this challenge.
  • Take small steps at your own pace and don't hesitate to ask for help when needed.
  • You are capable of overcoming this and becoming stronger.
  • Two, toxic relationships or a negative environment.
  • How has your experience been with your relationships or environments?
  • You know, Dr. Elizabeth Brooks, a renowned psychologist who specializes in how toxic relationships impact your mental health, has a lot to say on the subject.
  • She explains that being in a toxic relationship or surrounded by a negative environment can have profound effects on your mental and emotional wellbeing.
  • It's not just the constant stress, conflicts, and negativity, but also how it can leave you emotionally fatigued even if you don't appear physically tired.
  • According to Dr. Brooks, others may not fully understand the toll that toxic relationships or environments take on your mental health and emotional state.
  • Feeling unmotivated or emotionally exhausted can be misinterpreted as laziness, when in reality, it's the constant negativity and stress that drains your mental and emotional resources.
  • Coping with these draining effects can be really tough.
  • Some people can see how emotionally draining it is to be in a toxic relationship, even when others dismiss it as laziness without realizing the deep emotional toll it takes on you.
  • Remember, your feelings are valid and you're not alone.
  • You have the strength to recognize and acknowledge the impact of the toxic relationship on your wellbeing.
  • Prioritize your mental health and wellbeing, practice self-care, and distance yourself from toxic relationships.
  • Surround yourself with understanding and supporting individuals who see and understand your emotional strain.
  • You are stronger than you think.
  • You're capable of healing and moving towards a healthier, happier life.
  • Just take it one step at a time and be kind to yourself.
  • You deserve it.
  • Three, psychological health conditions.
  • Have you ever experienced a lack of motivation or felt fatigued due to mental health challenges?
  • Dr. James Tonson, a renowned neuroscientist specializing in psychological health, explains that mental health conditions can have a profound impact on a person's energy levels and motivation.
  • Conditions like depression, chronic stress, or anxiety can cause constant fatigue and make everyday tasks feel overwhelming.
  • The body's stress response triggered by these conditions can disrupt normal psychological functions, leading to fatigue and decreased ability to carry out daily tasks.
  • Sadly, not everyone understands these underlying mental health conditions, and fatigue may be misinterpreted as lazy or lack of effort, which can further worsen the challenges faced by those with these conditions.
  • It's understandable that sometimes you're going through a tough time with your mental health.
  • Even simple tasks can feel overwhelming, and low energy level makes it hard to keep up with responsibilities.
  • Remember, you're not alone, and it's important to prioritize self-care and seek support from empathetic and understanding individuals.
  • Your journey towards better mental health is valid and deserving of support.
  • Keep taking small steps, like practicing self-compassion, towards healing and self-care.
  • You're strong and capable of overcoming this challenge.
  • Can you relate to any of these signs?
  • Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.
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