Intermediate – Core 3,000 (1500+ Terms)/
Intermediate Deck 42

Intermediate Deck 42

Total: 20 words

struggle

verb

to try very hard to do, achieve, fight, or deal with something, sometimes without any success

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scale

noun

a range of levels, or an instrument that measures a range of levels

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code

verb

to write a computer program by putting one system of numbers, words, and symbols into another system

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demonstrate

verb

to protest or to show support for something in public with other people

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steady

adjective

something or someone fixed in a place or position and is supported or balanced

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signal

noun

a series of light waves, sound waves, etc. that carry an image, sound, or message

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mode

noun

a particular type or form of something; a manner or way of doing something

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inner

adjective

feelings or thoughts not expressed or shown to others

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conservative

adjective

opposed to great or sudden social change; showing that you prefer traditional styles and values

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wage

noun

money that is paid or received for work or services, as by the hour, day, or week

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recite

verb

to repeat from memory or read aloud publicly

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precede

verb

to be, come, go, or happen before, ahead, or in front of someone or something

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concern

verb

to relate to, be about, involve, or affect a certain thing

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mortgage

noun

a legal agreement in which a person borrows money to buy property and then pays the money back over a period of years

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bid

noun

an offer to pay a particular amount of money for something, especially at an auction

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lift

verb

to remove or end a rule, law, restriction, decision, ban, etc.

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mount

verb

to set, organize, install, or arrange something

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fake

verb

to make something false appear or pretend to be real

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word

noun

an assurance or promise that you will do something or that something will happen or is true

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gross

verb

to earn as a total amount before taking away expenses

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