Intermediate – Core 3,000 (1500+ Terms)/
Intermediate Deck 9

Intermediate Deck 9

Total: 20 words

sign

noun

a piece of paper, wood, etc., that gives information about something

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attitude

noun

the way of thinking, feeling, or behaving about someone or something

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nobody

noun

someone unimportant or with no influence

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journal

noun

a newspaper or magazine that deals with a particular subject or profession

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religion

noun

a belief in one or more gods or an organized system of beliefs, ceremonies, and rules used to worship a god or a group of gods

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goat

noun

an animal with horns and a coat of hair that lives wild in mountain areas or is kept on farms for its milk or meat

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muscle

noun

a tissue composed of cells or fibers that contracts to produce body movement

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payment

noun

refers to the amount paid or expected to be paid, or to the act of paying or of being paid

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bomb

noun

a device designed to explode in order to hurt or kill people or to destroy property

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graduate

noun

someone who has finished a course of study

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emergency

noun

an unexpected and usually dangerous event or situation that needs immediate action

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profession

noun

a type of job that needs special training or skill, especially one that needs a high level of education

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refrigerator

noun

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

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cruel

adjective

causing pain, sorrow, or suffering

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effective

adjective

producing the intended, desired, or expected result

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border

noun

the line that divides two places or areas, often used for neighboring countries

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dirt

noun

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

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engaged

adjective

having agreed to marry somebody; pledged to be married; betrothed

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explore

verb

to travel or look around an area

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prove

verb

to establish the truth or validity of something, especially by presenting evidence or making an argument using facts

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