TOEIC 450–590 Points/
400-590 – Listening 4

400-590 – Listening 4

Total: 20 words

object

noun

a thing that you can see and touch

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recommend

verb

to advise or make a suggestion about someone or something or a course of action

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rag

noun

a piece of old, often torn, cloth used especially for cleaning things

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dirt

noun

loose soil, mud, dust, or another substance that makes things dirty

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lean

verb

to bend or move from a straight position to a sloping position, sometimes to rest against something for support

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bury

verb

to put someone or something under the ground in order to conceal it with soil

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seed

noun

a small object produced by plants from which a new plant grows

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grave

noun

a place in the ground for burying the dead

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tap

verb

to make a regular pattern of sounds with the fingers, feet, or some object, especially when listening to music

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chase

verb

to pursue in order to catch or catch up with

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collar

noun

the part around the neck of a shirt, jacket, or coat that usually folds down

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comb

noun

a flat piece of plastic or metal with a row of thin teeth along one side, used for making your hair neat or as a decoration

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knit

verb

to make a piece of clothing out of wool using two long needles

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lid

noun

a cover, often removable, over a container such as a box, can, etc.

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refrigerator

noun

a large electrical kitchen equipment used for keeping food and drink cool

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annual

adjective

happening or done once a year

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cabinet

noun

a piece of furniture that has doors, shelves, and drawers and that is used for storing things

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accuse

verb

to charge with a crime, offense, or fault; to bring an accusation

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clap

verb

to strike the palms of one's hands together repeatedly, typically in order to show approval; to applaud

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stare

verb

to look at someone or something for a long time, usually with the eyes wide open

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