Intermediate – Core 3,000 (1500+ Terms)/
Intermediate Deck 51

Intermediate Deck 51

Total: 20 words

medal

noun

a flat piece of metal issued to commemorate a person, action, or event, or given as a reward for merit, etc.

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jet

noun

an aircraft that produces strong winds backwards for it to move forward

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shock

noun

a strong feeling of surprise or a great emotional disturbance

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brake

noun

a device for slowing or stopping a vehicle or other moving mechanism

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parade

noun

a public procession, especially one celebrating a special day or event and including marching bands and floats, or a boastful display of something

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navy

noun

the part of a country's military that fights at sea

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crew

noun

a group of people working together or involved in a particular job

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curve

noun

a line that gradually bends

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clinic

noun

a medical facility or establishment where medical treatment or advice, especially of a specialist kind, is given to people who do not need to stay in the hospital

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submit

verb

to give a document, proposal, etc. to somebody in authority so that they can study, consider, or make a decision about it; can also mean to deliver formally

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pass

verb

to accept a proposal, law, etc. by voting; to be accepted in this way

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trouble

verb

to disturb, bother, worry, or scare someone

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charge

verb

to formally accuse a person of a crime

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alter

verb

to change or to cause to change something, such as details, plans, etc. but especially a piece of clothing to make it fit better

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decline

verb

to become lower in amount or less in number, or to become worse in condition or quality

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pursue

verb

to follow someone or something, usually to try to catch them

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emerge

verb

to become known

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generation

noun

the span of years someone or something is alive or considered relevant

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rival

adjective

competing with another person, company, thing, etc.

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casual

adjective

(of people, situations, or conditions) not formal or dressy

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