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Beginner Deck 15

Beginner Deck 15

Total: 19 words

clean

adjective

innocent; free of suspicion; without a trace of guilt; without a criminal record

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tech

noun

a technician; someone employed to deal with technological devices, especially in a creative milieu

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yo

interjection

used as an informal greeting

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jeez! / jeese! / geez!

interjection

a euphemized 'Jesus!'

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darn! / darn it!

interjection

used for registering annoyance, frustration, etc.; a euphemistic variation of 'damn'

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around the clock

phrase

24/7; all day and night; non-stop

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mess

noun

a person who isn't good at life; a person who is unstable emotionally or whose life is constantly more chaotic than the norm

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pal

noun

a close friend; used as a term of address, sometimes sarcastically

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sick

adjective

delighting in or catering for the macabre or sadistic; morbid

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thing

noun

an interest, obsession, or attraction

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hangout

noun

a place where people gather to socialize

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fab

adjective

short for fabulous; very good; excellent

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brat

noun

a spoiled or obnoxious person

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in

adjective

socially accepted; popular

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like

interjection

used for reducing the specificity, precision, or certainty of what is being said

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bad guy

noun

a criminal; originally considered children’s vocabulary from watching western movies

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cheesy

adjective

cheap, outmoded, or tacky

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hip

adjective

in style, fashionable, or admired

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no-no

noun

something that ought not be done

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