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Advanced Unit 5 [CEFR: C1]

Advanced Unit 5 [CEFR: C1]

Total: 51 words

discourse

noun

a serious and long discussion of a subject in speech or writing

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immune

adjective

protected or exempt from obligation, penalty, etc.

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advocate

noun

(followed by 'of' or 'for') a person or group that supports someone or something publicly

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retain

verb

to hire or keep a person, group, agency, or company in a job, position, or project

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sweet

adjective

very gentle, pleasant, cute, kind, friendly, thoughtful, or warm

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penetrate

verb

to succeed in forcing a way into or through something

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whistle

noun

a small metal or plastic tube that you blow to make a loud, high sound, used to attract attention or as a signal, or the sound that this makes

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bland

adjective

with little taste, color, or excitement, often used to describe food

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tap

verb

to make use of a source of energy, knowledge, etc. that already exists

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trap

noun

an unpleasant situation or condition that is difficult to escape from

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rumor

noun

a story or statement passed from one person to another one or more times without proof of truth

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seldom

adverb

not often, rarely

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sketch

verb

to make a quick drawing or outline of somebody or something

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intend

verb

to be made, designed, or provided for a particular person or purpose

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tackle

verb

to forcefully seize and cause to fall to the ground

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breed

verb

to produce young animals by sexual reproduction

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overnight

adverb

suddenly or quickly

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tune

noun

the condition or state of being in correct pitch

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patch

noun

a small piece or area of something bigger, such as a portion of land, a mark on a surface, or a bit of cloth material

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hint

noun

something that is said or done in an indirect way so as to show or suggest what you think or want; a clue

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terror

noun

someone or something that causes extreme feelings of fear

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eager

adjective

being very excited or enthusiastic

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lease

noun

a legal agreement which allows you to use something, such as a room or a car, in exchange for rent

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mist

noun

a cloud of particles that reduces visibility

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fiber

noun

edible plant parts that move food quickly through the body and keep it healthy

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thread

noun

a series of connected messages on email, social media, etc. that have been sent by different people

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otherwise

adverb

in a different way to the way mentioned; differently

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temple

noun

the flattened space on each side of the forehead of some mammals including humans

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ray

noun

a small amount of something good or of something that you are hoping for

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neglect

verb

to give little to no attention or care for someone or something; to fail to do something

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burst

verb

to break open, apart, or into pieces usually from impact or from pressure from within

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pose

verb

to assume or cause to assume a particular attitude or position, especially in order to be photographed, painted, or drawn

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pressure

verb

to persuade somebody to do something, especially by making them feel that they have to or should do it

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crush

verb

to deform, pulverize, or force inwards by compressing forcefully

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lease

verb

to use or to let someone use something, such as a room or a car, for a period of time in return for payment

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alert

noun

a situation in which people are fully attentive and aware and watching for danger and are ready to deal with it

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missile

noun

an object that is launched, shot, or thrown as a weapon to a target far away

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reform

noun

change that is made to a social system, an organization, etc. in order to improve or correct it

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legacy

noun

a situation that exists now because of events, actions, etc. that took place in the past

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automatic

adjective

always happening as a result of a particular action or situation

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chemistry

noun

the chemical structure and behavior of a particular substance

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twist

noun

an unexpected feature or change in a situation or series of events

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summit

noun

one or more official meetings of government leaders for planning or discussing important matters

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smart

adjective

controlled by a computer so that it appears to act in an intelligent way

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sink

verb

to move to a lower level, place, position, etc. or decrease in amount, volume, strength, etc.

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ease

verb

to become less unpleasant, painful, difficult, or severe; to make something less unpleasant, etc.

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interior

noun

the inside or inner part or area of something

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knit

verb

to make a piece of clothing out of wool using two long needles

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screw

noun

a thin pointed piece of metal that is pushed and rotated in order to fasten things together

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well

noun

a deep hole in the ground from which you can get water, oil, gas, or brine

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window

noun

a period of time during which something can or must happen

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