Level 3, Unit 27


Тренажер

# word        
1 acknowledge [əkˈnɒlɪdʒ]
acknowledge [ verb ]
definition: If you acknowledge something, you accept that it is true or that it exists.
example: The teacher acknowledged that the young student was hungry.


acknowledge
acknowledge
acknowledge
2 ambassador [æmˈbæsədə]
ambassador [ noun ]
definition: An ambassador is a government worker who works in another country.
example: The ambassador from Korea was in charge of the conference.


ambassador
ambassador
ambassador
3 blonde [blɒnd]
blonde [ noun ]
definition: If someone is a blonde, they have light-colored hair.
example: My cousin is different from me. She is a blonde with blue eyes.


blonde
blonde
blonde
4 conquer [ˈkɒŋkə]
conquer [ verb ]
definition: To conquer a country means to attack and take control of it.
example: The soldiers were trying to conquer the world.


conquer
conquer
conquer
5 drag [dræɡ]
drag [ verb ]
definition: To drag something means to pull it across the ground.
example: The dog was dragging his owner down the street.


drag
drag
drag
6 exaggerate [ɪɡˈzædʒəreɪt]
exaggerate [ verb ]
definition: To exaggerate is to say that something is bigger or better than it really is.
example: Jim my wasn’t exaggerating a bout the seriousness of his injury.


exaggerate
exaggerate
exaggerate
7 heritage [ˈhɛrɪtɪdʒ]
heritage [ noun ]
definition: Heritage is the collection of features of a society, such as language and religion.
example: Teepees are p art of the heritage of the American Indians oft he plains.


heritage
heritage
heritage
8 insult [ɪnˈsʌlt]
insult [ verb ]
definition: To insult someone is to say things that w ill hurt their feelings.
example: The girls insulted each other all afternoon.


insult
insult
insult
9 meanwhile [ˌmiːnˈwaɪl]
meanwhile [ adverb ]
definition: Meanwhile means until something happens or while something is happening
example: He wants to be a doctor in the future, but meanwhile, he works a regular job.


meanwhile
meanwhile
meanwhile
10 necklace [ˈnɛklɪs]
necklace [ noun ]
definition: A necklace is a piece of jewelry that people wear around their necks.
example: Joyce received a lovely p earl necklace for her wedding anniversary.


necklace
necklace
necklace
11 noble [ˈnəʊb(ə)l]
noble [ noun ]
definition: A noble is a rich and powerful person.
example: The Queen invited a noble from a nearby country to dinner.


noble
noble
noble
12 precious [ˈprɛʃəs]
precious [ adjective ]
definition: When something is precious, it is valuable and important.
example: In a desert, water can be more precious than money.


precious
precious
precious
13 prejudice [ˈprɛdʒədɪs]
prejudice [ noun ]
definition: A prejudice is an unfair opinion about someone before you get to know them.
example: The company’s rules against gender prejudice mus t be enforced.


prejudice
prejudice
prejudice
14 sin [sɪn]
sin [ noun ]
definition: A sin is something that is wrong for religious reasons.
example: Taking something th at doesn’t belong to you is a sin.


sin
sin
sin
15 spectacle [ˈspɛktək(ə)l]
spectacle [ noun ]
definition: A spectacle is an amazing sight.
example: Niagara Falls is quite a spectacle.


spectacle
spectacle
spectacle
16 stack [stæk]
stack [ noun ]
definition: A stack is a pile of different things.
example: There was a stack of paperwork on his desk to complete.


stack
stack
stack
17 suspicious [səˈspɪʃəs]
suspicious [ adjective ]
definition: If someone is suspicious of someone else, they do not trust that person.
example: Dad was suspicious of the caller on the line.


suspicious
suspicious
suspicious
18 tin [tɪn]
tin [ noun ]
definition: Tin is a cheap white metal.
example: Soup is a common food that is often sold in tin cans.


tin
tin
tin
19 vase [vɑːz]
vase [ noun ]
definition: A vase is an attractive container w here people keep flowers.
example: The vase was filled with such lovely flowers.


vase
vase
vase
20 rumor [ˈruːmə]
rumor [ noun ]
definition: A rumor is a story th at may not be true.
example: Carla was spreading rumors around the office.


rumor
rumor
rumor
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