Intermediate – Core 3,000 (1500+ Terms)/
Intermediate Deck 54

Intermediate Deck 54

Total: 20 words

tournament

noun

a series of games involving many competitors

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elegant

adjective

gracefully refined and dignified, as in tastes, habits, or literary style

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makeup

noun

facial cosmetics

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terminal

noun

a place or building where journeys by train, bus, boat, or airplanes begin or end

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curriculum

noun

the subjects that are taught by a school, college, university, etc., or the things that are studied in a particular subject

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solar

adjective

connected with the sun; using energy from the sun

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therapy

noun

the treatment of a disease, disorder, or an injury over a long period

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database

noun

an organized collection of information or data in a computer

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cruise

noun

a vacation on a ship or boat that usually involves leisurely activities and going to several places

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bacteria

noun

a very small living thing that exists in large numbers in the air, water and soil and also in living and dead creatures and plants; helps digest food, strengthens the immune system, but can also make people sick

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course

noun

the way something develops or should develop, usually over a long time

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determination

noun

the quality that makes you continue trying to do something even when this is difficult

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sufficient

adjective

enough; having or providing as much as is needed for a particular purpose

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origin

noun

the place, social situation, or type of family from which someone comes

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rule

noun

the exercise of authority or control

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circumstance

noun

the conditions and facts that are connected with and affect an event or an action; the specific details of a situation

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edition

noun

printed material with changes from an earlier form

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wisdom

noun

the ability to use knowledge and experience to make good judgments and decisions

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mount

verb

to climb up or get on something, such as a hill, bicycle, horse, etc.

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enable

verb

to make it possible for someone to do something or for something to take place

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