Level 5, Unit 28


Тренажер

# word        
1 aquarium [əˈkwɛ(ə)rɪəm]
aquarium [ noun ]
definition: An aquarium is a building where fish and underwater animals are kept.
example: We took a trip to the aquarium and saw a scary shark.


aquarium
aquarium
aquarium
2 arbitrary [ˈɑːbɪtrərɪ]
arbitrary [ adjective ]
definition: If something is arbitrary, it is not based on any plan or system, so it seems random.
example: The classroom had many arbitrary rules that made me confused.


arbitrary
arbitrary
arbitrary
3 autobiography [ˌɔːtəbaɪˈɒɡrəfɪ]
autobiography [ noun ]
definition: An autobiography is a true story of a person’s life written by that person.
example: I read an autobiography about my favorite entertainer.


autobiography
autobiography
autobiography
4 convention [kənˈvɛnʃ(ə)n]
convention [ noun ]
definition: A convention is behavior that is considered to be common or polite.
example: In the US, a popular convention is to shake hands when you meet someone.


convention
convention
convention
5 gracious [ˈɡreɪʃəs]
gracious [ adjective ]
definition: If someone is gracious, then they are kind and helpful to those who need it.
example: The operator was gracious enough to help me find his number.


gracious
gracious
gracious
6 improve [ɪmˈpruːv]
improve [ verb ]
definition: To improve something means to make it better.
example: He studied hard to improve his test scores from the previous year.


improve
improve
improve
7 insulate [ˈɪnsjʊlɪt]
insulate [ verb ]
definition: To insulate something means to protect it from heat, cold, or noise.
example: People can conserve energy by insulating their houses.


insulate
insulate
insulate
8 intrigue [ɪnˈtriːɡ]
intrigue [ verb ]
definition: To intrigue means to cause an interest in something or someone.
example: Her mysterious past intrigued her new friend.


intrigue
intrigue
intrigue
9 longevity [lɒnˈdʒɛvɪtɪ]
longevity [ noun ]
definition: Longevity is the ability to live for a long time.
example: Sea turtles have an amazing longevity.


longevity
longevity
longevity
10 misplace [ˌmɪsˈpleɪs]
misplace [ verb ]
definition: To misplace something means to lose it.
example: I misplaced my wallet, and I didn’t find it until a week later.


misplace
misplace
misplace
11 naughty [ˈnɔːtɪ]
naughty [ adjective ]
definition: When children are naughty, they behave badly or do not do what they are told.
example: The boy had to go to his room because he was being naughty.


naughty
naughty
naughty
12 norm [nɔːm]
norm [ noun ]
definition: A norm is a way of behaving that is considered normal in a particular society.
example: Wearing a heavy coat all summer is not considered a norm in the desert.


norm
norm
norm
13 overload [ˈəʊvələʊd]
overload [ verb ]
definition: To overload something means to put more things into it than it is meant to hold.
example: If you overload the truck, it might crash.


overload
overload
overload
14 philanthropy [fɪˈlænθrəpɪ]
philanthropy [ noun ]
definition: Philanthropy is the act of helping others, without wanting anything in return.
example: The wealthy business owner is well known for his acts of philanthropy.


philanthropy
philanthropy
philanthropy
15 probe [prəʊb]
probe [ verb ]
definition: To probe into something means to ask questions to discover facts about it.
example: The bank probed into his financial history to see if he qualified for a loan.


probe
probe
probe
16 recipient [rɪˈsɪpɪənt]
recipient [ noun ]
definition: A recipient of something is the person who receives it.
example: I was the recipient of four phone calls today.


recipient
recipient
recipient
17 reptile [ˈrɛptaɪl]
reptile [ noun ]
definition: A reptile is a cold-blooded animal that lays eggs and has skin covered with scales.
example: Lizards are my favorite type of reptile.


reptile
reptile
reptile
18 thrive [θraɪv]
thrive [ verb ]
definition: To thrive means to do well and be successful, healthy, or strong.
example: He may be an old man, but he continues to thrive.


thrive
thrive
thrive
19 ultimate [ˈʌltɪmeɪt]
ultimate [ adjective ]
definition: When something is ultimate, it is the final result or aim of a long series of events.
example: By trying hard in school, I will reach my ultimate goal of becoming a doctor.


ultimate
ultimate
ultimate
20 orangutan [ɔːˌræŋuː|ˈtæŋ,-ɔːˌræŋuːˈtæn]
orangutan [ noun ]
definition: An orangutan is a large ape with red and brown hair and long arms.
example: Orangutans use their long arms to swing from trees.


orangutan
orangutan
orangutan
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