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Unit 1 Unit 1

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Translation Definition
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Pronunciation Defi
speecch speecch speecch
10 Aboriginal adjective ˌæbəˈrɪdʒənəl
14
relating graze
or original race greɪz
belonging to the verb to 12
injure your skin by rubbing it against
sarcastic adjective sɑːˈkæstɪk using
something rough
of people who lived in Australia
head for
10Pronunciation phrasal verb hed fɔː
15
to travel
scatter
in the direction ofDefinition
verb ˈskætə to th
12 all year round idiom ɔːl jɪə raʊndPart of
page Headword throughout Definitionpage Headword
the year, continuously Part of
Translation
Pronunciation Translationthey
speecch R huddle verb ˈhʌdəl speecch to come close together in a group, or to
12 anything goes 

idiom ˈeniθɪŋ gəʊz There are no boundaries or limits to 15 your armsscent sent
10 Aboriginal adjective ˌæbəˈrɪdʒənəl relating or10 Aboriginal
belonging adjective holdˌæbəˈrɪdʒənəl
to the original race and legs close to noun
relating your
or belonging to the original race
a ple
behaviour.
of people who lived in Australia body,
10 especially because
scratch of people
beneath
of coldidiom
orwho
fearlived in Australia
skrætʃ bɪˈniːθ ðə to lo
12 aspect noun12 ˈæspekt
all year round idiom one part of a situation, throughout
12ɔːl jɪə raʊnd
iceberg
problem,12subject,all year
noun the year, round
ˈaɪsbɜːg
continuously idiom a ɔːl
very jɪə
largeraʊnd
the surface
piece of ice throughout
that floats inthe
the year, ˈsɜːfɪs
continuously
etc sea
12 anything goes idiom ˈeniθɪŋ gəʊz There are 12 anything
no boundaries or goes
limits to idiom
14ˈeniθɪŋ scrub
gəʊz There are no boundaries or limits to
verb skrʌb to cl
10 body language idiom ˈbɒdi ˈlæŋgwɪdʒ the
10 movements
insider or positions of your
behaviour.
phrase ɪnˈsaɪdə ˈnɒlɪdʒ information (often hidden) behaviour.
gained by with
12 aspect noun body that
ˈæspekt show other people
knowledge one parthow
of12a you aspect
situation, problem, subject,
noun ˈæspekt
someone one part
who is an accepted of a situation, problem, subject,
member
are feeling, even though etcyou do not tell a group self-deprecating
of 12 etc adjective self ˈdeprəkeɪtɪŋ tryin
10 body language idiom them inˈlæŋgwɪdʒ
ˈbɒdi words orbody language ˈbɒdi ˈlæŋgwɪdʒ your
11 intervention the movements
noun10 positions of your idiom
ˌɪntəˈvenʃən when someone intervenes,the movements or positions of your
especially to
body that show other people how you body that show other
verbpeople
11 break down phrasal verb breɪk daʊn If a machine or vehicle breaks down, it prevent set up from happening
14 something phrasal sethow
ʌp you to fo
are feeling, even though you do not tell are feeling, even though you do not tell
stops
15 working.
larder noun ˈlɑːdə a cupboard or small roomthemused,in words orga
them in words
12 bustling adjective ˈbʌsəlɪŋ etc
11 break down phrasal verb fullbreɪk
of people
daʊn and activityIf a machine breakbreaks
11 or vehicle down down, it especially
phrasal verb in the past, for storing
breɪk daʊn foodorinvehicle breaks down, it
If a machine
stops working. a person’s
R home
shed stops noun
working. ʃed a sm
15 buy in bulk expression baɪ ɪn bʌlk to buy in large amounts
12 bustling adjective 12ˈbʌsəlɪŋliterally full ofadverb ˈlɪtərəli
12 and bustling
people activity adjective having the real or original full
ˈbʌsəlɪŋ meaning of aand activity
of people used
14 catch sight of expression kætʃ saɪt ɒv see for a moment
15 buy in bulk expression baɪ ɪn bʌlk to buy in large buy in bulk
15 amounts expressionword or ɪn
Rbaɪ phrase
bʌlk
shriek large amounts ʃriːk
to buy innoun a sho
10 chill out phrasal verb tʃɪl aʊt to relax completely, or not allow things
14 catch sight of expression 12 mark
kætʃ saɪt ɒv (an expression
see for a moment
14 mɑːk
catch sight of expressionto show respect
kætʃ saɪt ɒv for or commemorate
see for a moment prod
to upset you
10 chill out phrasal verb tʃɪl aʊtanniversary) to relax completely,
10 chill
or out phrasal verb tʃɪl aʊt
not allow things to relax completely, or not allow things a po
12 cosmopolitan adjective ˌkɒzməˈpɒlɪtən consisting
10 of people and
migrate things from
verbyou
to upset maɪˈgreɪt when animals migrate, they to travel from
upset you
many different countries 14 skim verb skɪm to m
12 cosmopolitan adjective ˌkɒzməˈpɒlɪtən consisting12 cosmopolitan
of people and things from adjectiveone place to another at the same time
ˌkɒzməˈpɒlɪtən consisting of people and things from
touc
12 crude adjective kruːd rude and offensive many different countries each year. many different countries
15 crumb noun12 crude
krʌm adjective kruːdsmall
a10very mingle rude verb
piece of bread, and 12or crude
offensive
cake ˈmɪŋgəl adjective to 12kruːd
mix, social
or be mixedglue
with rude and expression
offensive ˈsəʊʃəl gluː som
15 crumb noun 15krʌm musty
biscuit 15 piececrumb
a veryadjective
small of bread,
ˈmʌsticake or noun 10krʌmoldsnap
smelling a very
and slightly wet verbpiece of bread,
small
in an snæp
cake or to ta
biscuit unpleasant way biscuit som
12 dos and don’ts phrase duːz ænd dəʊnts rules about what you must do and must
10duːz
do ænd dəʊnts duːz ænd dəʊnts
12 dos and don’ts phrase rules about dosmust
12what you and don’ts
do and must
phrase rules about what you must do and must
not inpeople-watch
a particular situation
verb ˈpiːpəl wɒtʃ
not do in a particular situation
to 10
observe sprawling
the people around youadjective
as a ˈsprɔːlɪŋ
not do in a particular situation
A sp
way to pass the time looks
erectɪˈrekt
15 erect verb15 to build or put up a structure
verb ɪˈrekt put up erect
to build or15 a structure verb ɪˈrekt to build or put up a structure
10 essentially adverb ɪˈsentʃəli
12 when
used perceive verb pəˈsiːv to 15
notice something
sprinkle that isused
not easy
verb to ˈsprɪŋkəl to ge
10 essentially adverb ɪˈsentʃəli you are emphasizing
used when10theyou areessentially
emphasizing the adverb ɪˈsentʃəli when you are emphasizing the
notice over
basic facts about something
basic facts about something basic facts about something
12 pop over phrasal pɒp ˈəʊvə to go to a particular place deal with something needing great
12 face a challenge expression
12 face feɪs ə ˈtʃælɪndʒ
a challenge expression dealfeɪswith
ə ˈtʃælɪndʒ
something needing
deal withgreat
something
12 face needing great expression 15feɪs ə ˈtʃælɪndʒ
a challenge stale adjective steɪl old a
mentalverb,
or inf
physical effort in order to be mental or physical effort in order to be
mental or physical effort in order to be
rancid
14 successfully doneadjective
successfully ˈrænsɪd
15 fat smells
Rancid stenchand tastesdone noun
successfully
bad stenʃ a ver
done
15 faded adjective ˈfeɪdɪd less bright15 faded
in colour than before adjective because
10ˈfeɪdɪd tackle
it is not fresh. less brightverb ˈtækəl
in colour than before to try
15 faded adjective ˈfeɪdɪd less bright in colour than before
15 feel at home idiom read between to feelidiom
12fiːl æt həʊm comfortable
15 feel riːd
and bɪˈtwiːn ðə
atrelaxed
home idiom to 10
try
fiːltoæt
understand
həʊm
thriving someone’s
to feel real
comfortable
adjective and relaxed
ˈθraɪvɪŋ grow
15 feel at home idiom fiːl æt həʊm to feel comfortable
the lines andtorelaxed laɪnz feelings or intentions fromtowhat they say
10 get around phrasal verb get əˈraʊnd getplaces
travel to10different around phrasal verb get əˈraʊnd travel to different places
10 get around phrasal get əˈraʊnd or 12
write tip of the idiom tɪp ɒv ðə ˈaɪsbɜːg a sm
10 verb
get away from phrasal verb to travel to different places
get əˈweɪ frɒm ɪt ɔːl
to go somewhere
10 get away
to have a from
holiday, phrasal verb get əˈweɪ frɒm ɪt ɔːl to go somewhere to have a holiday,
iceberg total
10 get away from it all get əˈweɪ frɒm ɪt ɔːl
phrasal verb remnant to have
to15go somewhere anoun
often allˈremnənt
holiday, youit need
because to rest a piece of something that often
continues
because you need to rest
it all 13 get to know sb/ get tuː
phrasal verb often nəʊ you need
because to to resttime
spend 13 withget to know
someone to 12
orsb/ phrasal verb exist try
when
get tuː nəʊ outrest of that
the to spendphrasal
thing has withverb
time traɪor aʊt
someone to us
sth something so thatsth
you gradually learn gone something so that you gradually learn or if
13 get to know sb/ phrasal verb get tuː nəʊ to spend time with someone or
14 rotten moreadjective
about them ˈrɒtən Rotten vegetable or animalmore about them
substances
sth something so that you gradually learn R turn out phrasal verb tɜːn aʊt to ha
10 get together get təˈgeðə
phrasal verb If two or more get together
10 people get together, they
phrasal verb get təˈgeðə
are decaying. If two or more people get together, they
more about them have
meet each other, having arranged it meet each other, having arranged it
together, they rʌb
14 rub verb to press your hand or a cloth on a unex
10 get together phrasal verb get təˈgeðə If two or more people get
before. before.
surface and move it backwards and
12 getaway noun meet each other, having
ˈgetəweɪ arranged
a short 12 it getaway
holiday noun 10ˈgetəweɪturn up phrasal verb tɜːn ʌp
a short holiday to ar
forwards
12 go through sth phrasal verb before.
gəʊ θruː to experience gocult
12 a diffi through sth
or unpleasant phrasal verb 10gəʊ θruː vary to experience a difficult orˈveəri
unpleasant
R rub off phrasal verb rʌb ɒf If a quality or characteristic that verb to ch
12 getaway noun ˈgetəweɪ a short holiday situation situation
12
someone work
has rubssth
off,out verb
other people wɜːk aʊt to un
12 go through sth phrasal verb gəʊ θruː to experience a difficult or unpleasant begin to have it because they have been answ
situation with that person and learnt it from them
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page Headword Part of Pronunciation Definition Translation
speecch
speecch
10 Aboriginal adjective ˌæbəˈrɪdʒənəl relating or belonging to the original race
14 graze verb greɪz to injure your skin by rubbing it against
of people who lived in Australia
something rough
12 all year round idiom ɔːl jɪə raʊnd throughout the year, continuously 10 head for phrasal verb hed fɔː to travel in the direction of
12 anything goes idiom ˈeniθɪŋ gəʊz There are no boundaries or limits to R huddle verb ˈhʌdəl to come close together in a group, or to
behaviour. hold your arms and legs close to your
12 aspect noun ˈæspekt one part of a situation, problem, subject, body, especially because of cold or fear
etc 12 iceberg noun ˈaɪsbɜːg a very large piece of ice that floats in the
10 body language idiom ˈbɒdi ˈlæŋgwɪdʒ the movements or positions of your sea
body that show other people how you 10 insider phrase ɪnˈsaɪdə ˈnɒlɪdʒ information (often hidden) gained by
are feeling, even though you do not tell knowledge someone who is an accepted member
them in words of a group
11 break down phrasal verb breɪk daʊn If a machine or vehicle breaks down, it 11 intervention noun ˌɪntəˈvenʃən when someone intervenes, especially to
stops working. prevent something from happening
12 bustling adjective ˈbʌsəlɪŋ full of people and activity 15 larder noun ˈlɑːdə a cupboard or small room used,
especially in the past, for storing food in
15 buy in bulk expression baɪ ɪn bʌlk to buy in large amounts
a person’s home
14 catch sight of expression kætʃ saɪt ɒv see for a moment 12 literally adverb ˈlɪtərəli having the real or original meaning of a
10 chill out phrasal verb tʃɪl aʊt to relax completely, or not allow things word or phrase
to upset you 12 mark (an expression mɑːk to show respect for or commemorate
12 cosmopolitan adjective ˌkɒzməˈpɒlɪtən consisting of people and things from anniversary)
many different countries 10 migrate verb maɪˈgreɪt when animals migrate, they travel from
12 crude adjective kruːd rude and offensive one place to another at the same time
each year.
15 crumb noun krʌm a very small piece of bread, cake or
biscuit 10 mingle verb ˈmɪŋgəl to mix, or be mixed with
15 musty adjective ˈmʌsti smelling old and slightly wet in an
12 dos and don’ts phrase duːz ænd dəʊnts rules about what you must do and must
unpleasant way
not do in a particular situation
10 people-watch verb ˈpiːpəl wɒtʃ to observe the people around you as a
15 erect verb ɪˈrekt to build or put up a structure
way to pass the time
10 essentially adverb ɪˈsentʃəli used when you are emphasizing the
12 perceive verb pəˈsiːv to notice something that is not easy to
basic facts about something notice
12 face a challenge expression feɪs ə ˈtʃælɪndʒ deal with something needing great 12 pop over phrasal pɒp ˈəʊvə to go to a particular place
mental or physical effort in order to be verb, inf
done successfully
14 rancid adjective ˈrænsɪd Rancid fat smells and tastes bad
15 faded adjective ˈfeɪdɪd less bright in colour than before because it is not fresh.
15 feel at home idiom fiːl æt həʊm to feel comfortable and relaxed 12 read between idiom riːd bɪˈtwiːn ðə to try to understand someone’s real
10 get around phrasal verb get əˈraʊnd to travel to different places the lines laɪnz feelings or intentions from what they say
or write
10 get away from phrasal verb get əˈweɪ frɒm ɪt ɔːl to go somewhere to have a holiday,
15 remnant noun ˈremnənt a piece of something that continues
it all often because you need to rest
to exist when the rest of that thing has
13 get to know sb/ phrasal verb get tuː nəʊ to spend time with someone or gone
sth something so that you gradually learn
14 rotten adjective ˈrɒtən Rotten vegetable or animal substances
more about them are decaying.
10 get together phrasal verb get təˈgeðə If two or more people get together, they 14 rub verb rʌb to press your hand or a cloth on a
meet each other, having arranged it surface and move it backwards and
before. forwards
12 getaway noun ˈgetəweɪ a short holiday R rub off phrasal verb rʌb ɒf If a quality or characteristic that
12 go through sth phrasal verb gəʊ θruː to experience a difficult or unpleasant someone has rubs off, other people
situation begin to have it because they have been
with that person and learnt it from them

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page Headword Part of Pronunciation Definition Translation
speecch
12 sarcastic adjective sɑːˈkæstɪk using sarcasm
15 scatter verb ˈskætə to throw objects over an area so that
they land apart from each other
15 scent noun sent a pleasant smell
10 scratch beneath idiom skrætʃ bɪˈniːθ ðə to look further than what is obvious
the surface ˈsɜːfɪs
14 scrub verb skrʌb to clean something by rubbing it hard
with a brush
12 self-deprecating adjective self ˈdeprəkeɪtɪŋ trying to make yourself, your abilities or
your achievements seem less important
14 set up phrasal verb set ʌp to formally establish a new company,
organization, system, way of working,
etc
R shed noun ʃed a small building, usually made of wood,
used for storing things
R shriek noun ʃriːk a short, loud, high cry, especially one
produced suddenly as an expression of
a powerful emotion
14 skim verb skɪm to move quickly, and almost or just
touch the surface of something
12 social glue expression ˈsəʊʃəl gluː something which brings people together
10 snap verb snæp to take a photograph of someone or
something
10 sprawling adjective ˈsprɔːlɪŋ A sprawling city covers a large area and
looks untidy.
15 sprinkle verb ˈsprɪŋkəl to gently drop small pieces of something
over a surface
15 stale adjective steɪl old and not fresh
15 stench noun stenʃ a very unpleasant smell
10 tackle verb ˈtækəl to try to deal with a problem
10 thriving adjective ˈθraɪvɪŋ growing, developing or successful
12 tip of the idiom tɪp ɒv ðə ˈaɪsbɜːg a small noticeable part of a problem, the
iceberg total size of which is really much greater
12 try out phrasal verb traɪ aʊt to use something to discover if it works
or if you like it
R turn out phrasal verb tɜːn aʊt to happen in a particular way or to
have a particular result, especially an
unexpected one
10 turn up phrasal verb tɜːn ʌp to arrive
10 vary verb ˈveəri to change
12 work sth out verb wɜːk aʊt to understand something or to find the
answer to something by thinking about it
Unit 2 Unit 2
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Headword Part of Pronunciation page Headword
Translation
Definition Part of Pronunciation
Translation
speecch speecch speecch
18 access noun ˈækses 16 keep the
yourway
eyein which kiːp jɔː
idiomyou can enter aɪ ɒn
a place to watch or look after something or
on or get to a place
R take up
someone verb teɪk ʌp
page Headword Part of Pronunciation Definition page Headword
Translation
Part of Pronunciation Definition Translation
21 in accordance expression ɪn əˈkɔːdəns
speecch 21wɪð live up to
following or objeying a rulelɪv ʌp speecch
phrasal verb tuː 16 trendy
to adjective
be as good as something ˈtrendi
with 18 access noun 18
ˈækses look down onin whichphrasal
the way you 18 a place lʊk
verb
access
can enter daʊn
noun ɒn ˈækses to think that
the waysomeone is less
in which you can enter aimportant
place

 or get to a place 18 tricky adjective ˈtrɪki
21 antagonise verb ænˈtægənaɪz to make someone dislike you or feel than youor get to a place
21 in accordance expression ɪn əˈkɔːdəns wɪð 21rule in accordance
following or objeying a expression ɪn əˈkɔːdəns wɪð following or objeying a rule
with R opposed to you
long-term adjectivewith ˌlɒŋˈtɜːm 18 continuing into the future ʌpˈləʊd
upload a long timeverb
16 astronomical 21 antagonise ˌæstrəˈnɒmɪkəl
adjective verb An toastronomical
multinational
Rænˈtægənaɪz make someone 21amount
adjective
dislike or feel isˌmʌltiˈnæʃənəl
youantagonise extremely
verb involvingtoseveral
ænˈtægənaɪz different
make someone countries,
dislike you or feel or
opposed to you opposed toproducing
you
large. (of a business) and selling
16 astronomical adjective ˌæstrəˈnɒmɪkəl An astronomical amount astronomical
16 is extremely adjective ˌæstrəˈnɒmɪkəl
goods inAnseveral
astronomical amount is extremely
different countries
R be dying to idiom biː ˈdaɪɪŋ tuː to be
large.extremely eager to have or do large.
R be dying to idiom 18 network
biː ˈdaɪɪŋ tuː something nounRto havebe
to be extremely eager ordying
do to ˈnetwɜːk
idiom a group to
biː ˈdaɪɪŋ tuː ofbepeople
extremelywho know
eager to have oreach
do other
something or who work together
something
18 bullying noun ˈbʊliɪŋ when someone hurts or frightens
18 bullying noun ˈbʊliɪŋ when someone hurts 18 bullying
or frightens noun ˈbʊliɪŋ when someone hurts or frightens
21 overpriced
someone who is smaller orˌəʊvəˈpraɪst
adjective
someone who is smaller or less powerful
less powerful too expensive
someone who is smaller or less powerful
18 than
part with they
sth
than are,
they are, often
phrasal
often forcing
verb
forcing them them
to do pɑːt to do
wɪð to give something to someone
than they are, often forcing them toelse,
do
something
something theythey
do notdo
wantnotto dowant to do something
especially whenthey you do do
not want
nottowant
do to
16 call in phrasal verb kɔːl ɪn to visit someone for a16 call in
short time phrasal verb kɔːl ɪn to visit someone for a short time
16 call in phrasal verb kɔːl ɪn 19 to visit someone
permanently ˈpɜːmənəntli
for a short
adverb time always and forever
17 catch on phrasal verb kætʃ ɒn to become popular 17 catch on phrasal verb kætʃ ɒn to become popular
up withkætʃ ɒnverb Rkʌm ʌp wɪð or planup plɒt
17 catch on phrasal
17 verb
come phrasal
plot to become noun
popular
to suggest or think an ideacome
of 17 with phrasal verb kʌm ʌp wɪð
the things that happen in a story
to suggest or think of an idea or plan
17 come up with phrasal
16 verb
craft shop kʌmnoun krɑːft ʃɒp power
ʌp wɪð18 to suggest ornoun
a shop that sells think
the ofcraft
materials
16 anshop
and paʊə
idea
tools or noun
plan krɑːft ʃɒp control or influence
a shop over
that sells the people
materials and
and tools
used for making decorative objects events used for making decorative objects
16 craft shop noun krɑːft ʃɒp a shop that
by hand, or thesells the
decorative materials and tools
objects by hand, or the decorative objects
18 power
used for making
themselves noundecorative paʊə
objects strengththemselves
or force
17 on duty expression 18 by When
ɒn ˈdjuːti power hand, oroffithe
police cers,
noun decorative
doctors,on
17 guards, objects
duty paʊə expression ɒn ˈdjuːti a naturalWhen police officers, doctors, guards,
ability
etc. are on duty, they are working. etc. are on duty, they are working.
18 themselves
promote verb prəˈməʊt to advertise something
R end up phrasal verb end ʌp to finally be in a particular
R endorup
place phrasal verb end ʌp to finally be in a particular place or
17 on duty expression ɒn ˈdjuːti 18 pros When
and police idiom
situation
cons officers, doctors, guards,
prəʊz ænd kɒnz situation
advantages and disadvantages
16 envy noun ˈenvi etc.theare on
feeling thatduty, 16they
you wish are working.
you envy
had noun ˈenvi the feeling that you wish you had
18 run out of sth that someone
something phrasal elseverb
has rʌn aʊt ɒv If you run out ofthat
something something, you use all
someone else has
R end up phrasal verb end ʌp to finally be in a particular place or of it or completely finish it. or degree of
16 extreme noun ɪkˈstriːm the largest possible amount
16 extreme
or degree of noun ɪkˈstriːm the largest possible amount
situation
17 in a rut something phrase ɪn ə rʌt in a bad something
situation where you do the
16 envy noun
18 ˈenvi
foot of the page idiom fʊt ɒv ðə peɪdʒ thethefeeling
bottom ofthat
a pageyou
18 wish
foot of you hadidiom
the page fʊt ɒv ðə peɪdʒ
same the bottom
things of a page
all the time, or where it is
18 fraud noun frɔːd something thatmoney
the crime of getting someone
18 byfraud else has
deceiving noun frɔːd the crime
impossible of getting
to make money by deceiving
progress
people people
16 extreme noun ɪkˈstriːm 18 thein
set foot largest possible
phrasal amount
verb orfʊt
set degree
ɪn of to go to to
a manage
placeor deal with a situation,
17 get on phrasal verb get ɒn to manage or deal with get on
17a situation, phrasal verb get ɒn
R
something
settle down phrasal verb ˈsetəl daʊn
especially successfully especially
to start living insuccessfully
a place where you intend
18 foot of the page idiom
16 go for sth fʊt phrasal
ɒv ðə peɪdʒ
verb gəʊ fɔː theif bottom of for
something goes a 16page
an go for
amount of sth phrasal verb gəʊ fɔː if something
to stay for a longgoestime,for an amount ofwith your
usually
money, it is sold for that amount money, it is sold for that amount
18 fraud noun frɔːd theIf crime of getting money by deceiving partner
16 go with sth phrasal verb gəʊ wɪð one thing goes with16 gothey
another, with sth
suit phrasal verb gəʊ wɪð If one thing goes with another, they suit
R short-term
people
each other or they look or taste good ˌʃɔːtˈtɜːm
adjective relating to
eachaother
short period
or they look orof time
taste good
together. together.
17 get on phrasal verb get ɒn 18 single-handed
to manage oradjective ˌsɪŋgəlˈhændɪd
deal with a situation, without any help from anyone else
18 harassment noun ˈhærəsmənt harassment
behaviour that annoys18or upsets noun ˈhærəsmənt behaviour that annoys or upsets
18 especially
solar system
someone
successfully
noun ˈsəʊlə ˈsɪstəm the sun andsomeonethe group of planets which
16 go for sth phrasal
18 have sth in gəʊexpression
verb fɔː if something
hæv ɪn ˈkɒmən wɪð goes
to share interests, 18 for ansth
have
experiences or amount
in of
expression move
hæv ɪn ˈkɒmən wɪð around
to share it
interests, experiences or
common with other characteristics
money, it is sold with
for common
someone
that or with
amount other characteristics with someone or
18 stalking noun ˈstɔːkɪŋ illegally following and watching
something something
16 go with sth phrasal verb gəʊadjective
wɪð If one someone, usually a woman, over a
16 isolated ˈaɪsəleɪtɪd alonething goes
and not having 16 with
help another, they
isolated
or support suit
adjective ˈaɪsəleɪtɪd alone and not having help or support
eachfromother or they look or taste good
other people period offrom
time
other people
16 together.
stunning adjective ˈstʌnɪŋ very beautiful
18 harassment noun ˈhærəsməntR behaviour that
suspense
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annoys or upsets
noun səˈspens
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the feeling of excitement or nervousness
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18 have sth in expression hæv ɪn ˈkɒmən wɪð to share interests, experiences or something to happen
common with 21 tactful ˈtæktfəl or
adjectivewith someone
other characteristics careful not to say or do anything that
something could upset someone
16 isolated adjective ˈaɪsəleɪtɪd 18 take the world
alone having help teɪk
and notidiom ðə wɜːld baɪ
or support to be suddenly extremely successful
by storm
from other people stɔːm
page Headword Part of Pronunciation Definition page Headword
Translation Part of Pronunciation Definition Tr
speecch speecch
18 access noun ˈækses the way in which you can enter a place 16 keep your eye idiom kiːp jɔː aɪ ɒn to watch or look after something or
or get to a place on someone

21 in accordance expression ɪn əˈkɔːdəns wɪð following or objeying a rule 21 live up to phrasal verb lɪv ʌp tuː to be as good as something
with 18 look down on phrasal verb lʊk daʊn ɒn to think that someone is less important
21 antagonise verb ænˈtægənaɪz to make someone dislike you or feel than you
opposed to you R long-term adjective ˌlɒŋˈtɜːm continuing a long time into the future
16 astronomical adjective ˌæstrəˈnɒmɪkəl An astronomical amount is extremely R multinational adjective ˌmʌltiˈnæʃənəl involving several different countries, or
large. (of a business) producing and selling
goods in several different countries
R be dying to idiom biː ˈdaɪɪŋ tuː to be extremely eager to have or do
something 18 network noun ˈnetwɜːk a group of people who know each other
or who work together
18 bullying noun ˈbʊliɪŋ when someone hurts or frightens
someone who is smaller or less powerful 21 overpriced adjective ˌəʊvəˈpraɪst too expensive
than they are, often forcing them to do 18 part with sth phrasal verb pɑːt wɪð to give something to someone else,
something they do not want to do especially when you do not want to
16 call in phrasal verb kɔːl ɪn to visit someone for a short time 19 permanently adverb ˈpɜːmənəntli always and forever
17 catch on phrasal verb kætʃ ɒn to become popular R plot noun plɒt the things that happen in a story
17 come up with phrasal verb kʌm ʌp wɪð to suggest or think of an idea or plan 18 power noun paʊə control or influence over people and
events
16 craft shop noun krɑːft ʃɒp a shop that sells the materials and tools
used for making decorative objects 18 power noun paʊə strength or force
by hand, or the decorative objects 18 power noun paʊə a natural ability
themselves 18 promote verb prəˈməʊt to advertise something
17 on duty expression ɒn ˈdjuːti When police officers, doctors, guards, 18 pros and cons idiom prəʊz ænd kɒnz advantages and disadvantages
etc. are on duty, they are working.
18 run out of sth phrasal verb rʌn aʊt ɒv If you run out of something, you use all
R end up phrasal verb end ʌp to finally be in a particular place or of it or completely finish it.
situation 17 in a rut phrase ɪn ə rʌt in a bad situation where you do the
16 envy noun ˈenvi the feeling that you wish you had same things all the time, or where it is
something that someone else has impossible to make progress
16 extreme noun ɪkˈstriːm the largest possible amount or degree of 18 set foot in phrasal verb set fʊt ɪn to go to a place
something R settle down phrasal verb ˈsetəl daʊn to start living in a place where you intend
18 foot of the page idiom fʊt ɒv ðə peɪdʒ the bottom of a page to stay for a long time, usually with your
partner
18 fraud noun frɔːd the crime of getting money by deceiving
people R short-term adjective ˌʃɔːtˈtɜːm relating to a short period of time
17 get on phrasal verb get ɒn to manage or deal with a situation, 18 single-handed adjective ˌsɪŋgəlˈhændɪd without any help from anyone else
especially successfully 18 solar system noun ˈsəʊlə ˈsɪstəm the sun and the group of planets which
16 go for sth phrasal verb gəʊ fɔː if something goes for an amount of move around it
money, it is sold for that amount 18 stalking noun ˈstɔːkɪŋ illegally following and watching
16 go with sth phrasal verb gəʊ wɪð If one thing goes with another, they suit someone, usually a woman, over a
each other or they look or taste good period of time
together. 16 stunning adjective ˈstʌnɪŋ very beautiful
18 harassment noun ˈhærəsmənt behaviour that annoys or upsets R suspense noun səˈspens the feeling of excitement or nervousness
someone which you have when you are waiting for
something to happen
18 have sth in expression hæv ɪn ˈkɒmən wɪð to share interests, experiences or
common with other characteristics with someone or 21 tactful adjective ˈtæktfəl careful not to say or do anything that
something could upset someone

16 isolated adjective ˈaɪsəleɪtɪd alone and not having help or support 18 take the world idiom teɪk ðə wɜːld baɪ to be suddenly extremely successful
from other people by storm stɔːm
page Headword Part of Pronunciation Definition Translation
speecch
R take up verb teɪk ʌp to start doing a particular job or activity
16 trendy adjective ˈtrendi fashionable at the moment
18 tricky adjective ˈtrɪki difficult to deal with or do
18 upload verb ʌpˈləʊd to copy computer programs or
information electronically, usually from a
small computer to a larger one or to the
Internet