Intermediate – Core 3,000 (1500+ Terms)/
Intermediate Deck 65

Intermediate Deck 65

Total: 20 words

county

noun

an area of a state or country that is larger than a city and has its own government

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accuse

verb

to charge with a crime, offense, or fault; to bring an accusation

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doorway

noun

the passage or opening into a building, room, etc., commonly closed and opened by a door; portal

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acquire

verb

to get or to gain something tangible or intangible; to gain possession of something

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consult

verb

to go to somebody or refer to something for information or advice

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preserve

verb

to save or treat something so as to prevent it from being harmed, damaged, or destroyed, or, in food, spoiled or decayed

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reputation

noun

the opinion that people have about what somebody or something is like, based on what has happened in the past

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outcome

noun

the result or effect of an action or event

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capable

adjective

having the necessary abilities and qualities to do things, and to do them well

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elderly

adjective

(of people) old

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chop

verb

to cut or divide something into smaller pieces with a sharp instrument, such as a knife or axe

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rub

verb

to move something (e.g. your hand or an object) back and forth along the surface of something, or pressing two surfaces against each other, sometimes with pressure or pain

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tale

noun

an interesting story about someone or something, usually with parts that are not true

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overcome

verb

to succeed in dealing with something, such as a problem or difficulty

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encounter

verb

to come across or run into something or someone new, unusual, unpleasant, or unexpected

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exhaust

verb

to completely use up or fully consume something

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wicked

adjective

not good or pleasant

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philosophy

noun

attitude or set of ideas that guides the behavior of a person or group

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prompt

verb

to cause, bring about, or assist in an action, feeling, speech, etc.

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stimulate

verb

to excite to activity or growth or to greater activity

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