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Beginner Deck 14

Beginner Deck 14

Total: 19 words

slip

verb

to decline in one's talent or skill

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shades

noun

sunglasses

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hot

adjective

attractive; good-looking

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hubby

noun

husband

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icky

adjective

unattractive or distasteful

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ID

noun

identification

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K

interjection

a popular abbreviation for 'OK,' which in itself is an abbreviation for 'okay'

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mag

noun

a magazine, in any sense of the term

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mayo

noun

mayonnaise

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wicked

adverb

extremely

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nada

interjection

nothing; none; from the Spanish, used by English speakers who do not understand Spanish

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floor

verb

to surprise, shock, or amaze someone very much

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guts

noun

courage

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nuff

adjective

enough; a term often used when describing an adequate amount or when you're annoyed and can't handle anymore

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bust

verb

to catch someone doing something bad

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down

verb

to eat or drink quickly

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shot

noun

a small drink, especially of distilled liquor

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soft

adjective

a term used to describe a weak person; can be physically, emotionally, or mentally weak; often used in the sports world when describing a player who is weak in certain facets of the game

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hit

verb

to visit; to go to a place

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