Intermediate – Core 3,000 (1500+ Terms)/
Intermediate Unit 15 [CEFR: B2]

Intermediate Unit 15 [CEFR: B2]

Total: 50 words

under

preposition

to be beneath something or subject to the authority, control, etc.

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cold

adjective

not friendly; not showing kindness, love, or emotion

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post

noun

an important job or position

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notebook

noun

a book or binder of blank, often ruled, pages for recording notes, especially one used by students in class

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basket

noun

a container made of thin pieces of plastic, wire, or wood woven together, used to carry things

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distract

verb

to draw away or divert someone or something's attention or focus from what they are trying or supposed to be doing

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bat

noun

a long stick or club, usually made of wood and made in various shapes, used for hitting a ball in some sports or games like baseball and cricket

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rocket

noun

a tubular firework, jet engine, or missile powered by gunpowder or fuel

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tunnel

noun

a passage underground or through something

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rival

noun

a person, group, or organization that you compete against for the same object or goal; a person who tries to equal or outdo another; a competitor or opponent

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off

adjective

no longer fresh

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equip

verb

to prepare or make ready

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deliberate

adjective

done or said on purpose or after careful thought

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equivalent

noun

something that is equal to another

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accommodate

verb

to do or follow through something out of kindness or favor

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symptom

noun

a sign of something unpleasant or bad

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eliminate

verb

to remove something undesirable, unimportant, or irrelevant

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cite

verb

to speak or write the exact words from a book, an author, etc.; to quote

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exploit

verb

to use something or somebody unfairly for one's own advantage

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diverse

adjective

​very different from each other and of various kinds

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insight

noun

the ability or state of looking deeper and seeing the true nature of something; perception; intuition; understanding

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sequence

noun

the order or arrangement of things or actions

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asset

noun

a thing of value, especially property, owned by a person, group, organization, company, etc.

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boost

noun

a rise in quantity, quality, achievement, or position; something that causes such a rise

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promise

noun

signs that someone or something will be good or successful

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off

adjective

unsatisfactory or unacceptable

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pure

adjective

complete and total

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credit

verb

to believe or say that somebody is responsible for doing something, especially something good

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reserve

noun

a piece of land used for a special purpose or a protected area for animals, plants, etc.

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motion

verb

to direct with a significant gesture

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delay

noun

the amount of time that someone waits for something that is late

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level

verb

to make something flat, smooth, equal, or similar

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generate

verb

to bring into existence; cause to be; produce

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transmit

verb

to send something in the form of electrical signals to a radio, television, computer, etc.

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isolate

verb

to separate one person or thing from the others, either physically or socially

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fragment

noun

a part broken off, detached, or incomplete

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adapt

verb

to change a material like a movie, book, play, short story, etc. so that it can be presented in another form

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contest

verb

to disagree with and reject something

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interact

verb

to talk, do things, communicate, or deal with other people; to have an effect on each other

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tackle

verb

to deal with something or someone (such as a difficult situation)

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jury

noun

a group of people chosen to make a decision according to the evidence in a legal case

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valid

adjective

true or reasonable; acceptable

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virtual

adjective

made, done, seen, or existing on the internet or on a computer

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perspective

noun

a way of thinking about and understanding something

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cite

verb

to mention something as a reason or an example, or in order to support what you are saying

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assess

verb

to make a judgment or evaluation about the nature or quality of somebody or something

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fabric

noun

cloth used to make things

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acknowledge

verb

to admit, accept, or recognize that something exists or is true, especially something good, excellent, or important

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magnificent

adjective

excellent or attractive; highly impressive

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evolve

verb

to grow and develop gradually

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