Intermediate – Core 3,000 (1500+ Terms)/
Intermediate Unit 25 [CEFR: B2]

Intermediate Unit 25 [CEFR: B2]

Total: 50 words

outline

noun

a description of the main facts or points involved in something

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thorough

adjective

done or doing things completely; with great attention to detail

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urgent

adjective

very important, requiring immediate action or attention

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compound

noun

a thing or substance consisting of or formed by two or more separate things combined together

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secondary

adjective

happening as a result of something else

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rural

adjective

happening in or relating to the countryside

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shift

noun

a change or transfer from one person, place, direction, etc. to another

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sting

noun

a wound or pain caused by stinging

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bug

noun

a fault or defect in a design, code, or system, especially in a computer system or program

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overseas

adverb

connected with foreign countries, especially those separated from your country by the sea or ocean

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amuse

verb

to cause someone to laugh or smile

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plus

noun

something positive, useful, or helpful; an advantage

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proceed

verb

to begin or continue a course of action

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reveal

verb

to make known or visible something that was previously secret, unknown, or hidden

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construct

verb

to build or form something by putting parts together

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yawn

verb

to open the mouth wide and take a deep breath, usually as an involuntary reaction to fatigue or boredom

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function

verb

to work or operate, sometimes for a specific purpose

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confess

verb

to acknowledge or admit that you have done something wrong or something that you feel ashamed or guilty about

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slide

verb

to move smoothly along a surface or to move somewhere quietly and smoothly

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debate

noun

a usually formal discussion of a particular subject in which people express opposing opinions

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extraordinary

adjective

extremely good and impressive; surprising or unusual

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acid

noun

a chemical substance with a bitter sharp taste that can often burn holes in or damage things they touch

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distinct

adjective

clearly different and distinguishable from others

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anxiety

noun

a feeling or state of worry or unhappiness because you think something bad may happen

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priority

noun

the fact or condition of being regarded or treated as more important; someone or something regarded as more important than another

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curious

adjective

wanting to know about someone or something

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flame

noun

hot burning gas that is seen when something is on fire

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founder

noun

someone who establishes something

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nevertheless

adverb

in spite of a fact that you have just mentioned; nonetheless; however

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overall

adjective

including all the things or people that are involved in a particular situation

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component

noun

one of several parts that make up a whole

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nightmare

noun

a terrifying dream in which the dreamer experiences feelings of helplessness, extreme anxiety, sorrow, etc.

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sticky

adjective

made of or covered in a substance that sticks to things that touch it

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division

noun

the act or process of separating something into parts

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modest

adjective

moderate in amount, size, importance, or self-judgment

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recall

verb

to remember something from the past

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capture

verb

to take or hold someone (as prisoner) or something, especially by force

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purchase

verb

to buy something

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restore

verb

bring someone or something back to its former condition, state, feeling, place, position, use, ownership, etc.

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incident

noun

an event or occurrence, especially one that is unusual or unpleasant

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apology

noun

something you say or write to show you are sorry for doing something wrong

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circuit

noun

a line, route or journey around a place

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primary

adjective

main and most important, or coming or occurring first

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bold

adjective

showing courage, confidence, and an ability to take risks

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aspect

noun

one part of something, such as an idea, a plan, situation, etc.

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initial

adjective

happening at the start or beginning

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pause

verb

to stop doing something for a short time, or to make a CD, DVD, computer program, etc. stop temporarily

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apparent

adjective

obvious; easy to see or understand

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craft

noun

an activity in which you make something using a lot of skill, especially with your hands

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debt

noun

something, typically money, that is owed or due

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