Level 5, Unit 11


Тренажер

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1 acute [əˈkjuːt]
acute [ adjective ]
definition: When a bad thing is acute, it is very severe and intense.
example: When she fell out of the tree, the girl felt an acute pain in her arm.


acute
acute
acute
2 aggression [əˈɡrɛʃ(ə)n]
aggression [ noun ]
definition: Aggression is behavior that is mean or violent to others.
example: The problem was only made worse by Mark’s aggression.


aggression
aggression
aggression
3 banquet [ˈbæŋkwɪt]
banquet [ noun ]
definition: A banquet is a grand formal dinner.
example: Both families brought a lot of food for the wedding banquet.


banquet
banquet
banquet
4 biography [baɪˈɒɡrəfɪ]
biography [ noun ]
definition: A biography is an account of someone’s life that is written by someone else.
example: We read a biography about Charles Darwin in science class.


biography
biography
biography
5 boost [buːst]
boost [ verb ]
definition: To boost something means to increase or improve it.
example: Lowering prices boosts customers’ interest in shopping.


boost
boost
boost
6 clap [klæp]
clap [ verb ]
definition: To clap means to hit one’s hands together to express pleasure or get attention.
example: After the speech, everyone in the crowd clapped their hands for the speaker.


clap
clap
clap
7 compel [kəmˈpɛl]
compel [ verb ]
definition: To compel someone to do something means to force them to do it.
example: Traffic signs compel drivers to drive safely.


compel
compel
compel
8 dominance [ˈdɒmɪnəns]
dominance [ noun ]
definition: The dominance of a person is their state of being more powerful than others.
example: Large gorillas hit their chests to express their dominance over others.


dominance
dominance
dominance
9 gorgeous [ˈɡɔːdʒəs]
gorgeous [ adjective ]
definition: When something is gorgeous, it is very pleasing and attractive.
example: The girl picked out a gorgeous dress to wear to the dance.


gorgeous
gorgeous
gorgeous
10 inevitable [ɪˈnɛvɪtəbl]
inevitable [ adjective ]
definition: When something is inevitable, it is certain to happen or cannot be avoided.
example: It is inevitable that the days will get longer in the summer.


inevitable
inevitable
inevitable
11 legacy [ˈlɛɡəsɪ]
legacy [ noun ]
definition: A legacy is an effect that exists because of a person or thing in the past.
example: The legacy of the ancient Egyptians can be seen in their monuments.


legacy
legacy
legacy
12 masterpiece [ˈmɑːstəpiːs]
masterpiece [ noun ]
definition: A masterpiece is a very good painting, novel, movie, or other work of art.
example: The Arc de Triomphe is considered a masterpiece in the world of architecture.


masterpiece
masterpiece
masterpiece
13 multiple [ˈmʌltɪp(ə)l]
multiple [ adjective ]
definition: If there are multiple things, there are many of them.
example: When the stunt went wrong, the man suffered multiple injuries.


multiple
multiple
multiple
14 narrate [nəˈreɪt]
narrate [ verb ]
definition: To narrate a story means to write about it or read it aloud.
example: This story was written by John, but Aaron is narrating it to the crowd.


narrate
narrate
narrate
15 notorious [nə(ʊ)ˈtɔːrɪəs]
notorious [ adjective ]
definition: When something is notorious, it is well-known because of something bad.
example: This area of town is notorious for gang activity.


notorious
notorious
notorious
16 outdated [ˌaʊtˈdeɪtɪd]
outdated [ adjective ]
definition: When something is outdated, it is old and no longer useful in modern time.
example: Tape players are becoming outdated because of digital music.


outdated
outdated
outdated
17 overall [ˌəʊvəˈrɔːl]
overall [ adverb ]
definition: When a thing is talked about overall, the whole thing is considered.
example: Overall, the party was a huge success.


overall
overall
overall
18 partiality [ˌpɑːʃɪˈælɪtɪ]
partiality [ noun ]
definition: A partiality is a tendency to prefer one thing to another.
example: She has a partiality for walking to school instead of driving.


partiality
partiality
partiality
19 spontaneous [spɒnˈteɪnɪəs]
spontaneous [ adjective ]
definition: When an act is spontaneous, it is not planned. It happens suddenly.
example: My wife made a spontaneous decision to buy a new sofa while I was at work.


spontaneous
spontaneous
spontaneous
20 virtue [ˈvɜːtʃuː]
virtue [ noun ]
definition: A virtue is a good quality or way of behaving.
example: My best virtue is forgiveness.


virtue
virtue
virtue
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