Intermediate – Core 3,000 (1500+ Terms)/
Intermediate Deck 71

Intermediate Deck 71

Total: 20 words

bill

noun

a draft of a planned new law that is discussed before being voted on

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wear

verb

to become or make something become smoother or weaker through continuous use

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undertake

verb

to accept responsibility for a job or a piece of work and to start doing it

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defend

verb

to speak, write, or act in support of someone or something that is being criticized or challenged

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credit

noun

praise or approval because you are responsible for something good that has happened

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convey

verb

to express a feeling, thought, or idea in order to be understood by others

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anticipate

verb

to expect or look forward to something; to foresee

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facility

noun

a space used for a particular purpose, like a campus or building

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mechanic

noun

someone skilled in and whose job is repairing the engines of vehicles and other machines

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phase

noun

a stage in a process of change or development

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propose

verb

to suggest or put forward for consideration or discussion

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strike

verb

to hit somebody or something suddenly and forcefully, which can cause great harm or damage

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trade

verb

to buy and sell goods, services, etc. as a business or exchange things with someone

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state

noun

the condition someone or something is in

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produce

noun

food or other things that have been grown on a farm in order to be sold

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unique

adjective

unusually special, good, remarkable, or extraordinary

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youth

noun

a young person or young people considered as a group

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organic

adjective

often without the use or presence of anything artificial or chemical

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mass

noun

a large number or amount of something

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self

noun

the type of person you are, especially the way you normally behave, look or feel

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