Level 6, Unit 16


Тренажер

# word        
1 amid [əˈmɪd]
amid [ preposition ]
definition: If something is amid something else, then it is in the middle of it.
example: The bee was busily flying amid the flowers in the garden.


amid
amid
amid
2 backstage [ˈbæksteɪdʒ]
backstage [ adverb ]
definition: If something happens backstage, it occurs behind a theater’s stage.
example: After the show, the director went backstage and thanked the actors.


backstage
backstage
backstage
3 billionaire [ˌbɪljəˈnɛə]
billionaire [ noun ]
definition: A billionaire is someone who has at least one billion dollars.
example: The sale of his inventions made the inventor a billionaire.


billionaire
billionaire
billionaire
4 brute [bruːt]
brute [ noun ]
definition: A brute is someone who behaves or looks like a violent animal.
example: My older brother can act like a brute when he doesn’t get his way.


brute
brute
brute
5 clumsy [ˈklʌmzɪ]
clumsy [ adjective ]
definition: If someone is clumsy, then they are awkward in handling things.
example: The businessman was clumsy and dropped his work files.


clumsy
clumsy
clumsy
6 collide [kəˈlaɪd]
collide [ verb ]
definition: To collide with something means to hit into it while moving.
example: The two cars collided with each other because their drivers were not careful.


collide
collide
collide
7 culprit [ˈkʌlprɪt]
culprit [ noun ]
definition: A culprit is someone who did a crime or other bad deed.
example: The police were still searching for the culprit from the robbery.


culprit
culprit
culprit
8 evacuate [ɪˈvækjʊeɪt]
evacuate [ verb ]
definition: To evacuate means to leave a place of danger to a place of safety.
example: During the flood, many families were evacuated to higher ground.


evacuate
evacuate
evacuate
9 flammable [ˈflæməb(ə)l]
flammable [ adjective ]
definition: If something is flammable, then it is able to catch on fire.
example: Be careful with that blanket near the candle. It is extremely flammable.


flammable
flammable
flammable
10 mob [mɒb]
mob [ noun ]
definition: A mob is a large crowd of people that often wants to cause violence.
example: The copier was destroyed by a mob of angry workers.


mob
mob
mob
11 premature [ˈprɛmətʃə,prɛməˈtjʊə]
premature [ adjective ]
definition: If something is premature, then it is done too early or before the proper time.
example: Mark’s celebration was premature because the ball hadn’t fallen in the hole.


premature
premature
premature
12 resent [rɪˈzɛnt]
resent [ verb ]
definition: To resent something means to have bad feelings about it.
example: She resented the fact that she had never been able to play an instrument.


resent
resent
resent
13 satire [ˈsætaɪə]
satire [ noun ]
definition: A satire is a work of art that uses hum or and irony to make fun of something.
example: This book is a satire of what life was like in the army.


satire
satire
satire
14 scrutiny [ˈskruːtɪnɪ]
scrutiny [ noun ]
definition: Scrutiny is the careful examination of something.
example: A scientist should always practice scrutiny with their work.


scrutiny
scrutiny
scrutiny
15 segregate [ˈsɛɡrɪɡ(ɛ)ɪt]
segregate [ verb ]
definition: To segregate something means to place it in a group apart from other things.
example: In gym class, the children were segregated into two groups: boys and girls.


segregate
segregate
segregate
16 testify [ˈtɛstɪfaɪ]
testify [ verb ]
definition: To testify means to give evidence as a witness.
example: The judge listened while the victim testified about the robbery.


testify
testify
testify
17 tumult [ˈtjuːmʌlt]
tumult [ noun ]
definition: A tumult is a loud and confused noise made by a large crowd of people.
example: She couldn’t hear her friend over the tumult of the other excited guests.


tumult
tumult
tumult
18 underestimate [ˌʌndərˈɛstɪmeɪt]
underestimate [ verb ]
definition: To underestimate something or someone means to think they are not important.
example: We lost the game because we underestimated the other team’s skill.


underestimate
underestimate
underestimate
19 uproar [ˈʌprɔː]
uproar [ noun ]
definition: Uproar is loud noise caused by people who are very angry or upset.
example: The fans made a great uproar when their team lost the game.


uproar
uproar
uproar
20 subject [səbˈdʒɛkt]
subject [ verb ]
definition: To subject someone to something means to force them to do or experience it.
example: The officers subjected everyone to a careful search before they left the plane.


subject
subject
subject
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