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Advanced Unit 9 [CEFR: C1]

Advanced Unit 9 [CEFR: C1]

Total: 50 words

peculiar

adjective

strange or unusual, especially in a way that is unpleasant or makes you worried

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gloomy

adjective

sad or hopeless

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dip

verb

to go downwards or to a lower level; to make something do this

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digest

verb

to take into the mind or memory

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abuse

verb

to mistreat, hurt, or injure by maltreatment, or to force sexual activity on

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dignity

noun

a sense of your own importance and value

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slap

verb

to strike sharply, especially with the open hand or with something flat

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conceal

verb

​to hide somebody or something

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dispose

verb

to get rid of something, especially by throwing it away

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gaze

verb

to look at something or someone for a long time

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cooperate

verb

to work with others agreeably

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roar

verb

to make a deep, very loud noise, or to shout something in a deep powerful voice

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exhaust

noun

the mixture of gases produced by an engine or a machine

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irritable

adjective

getting annoyed easily; showing your anger

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appetite

noun

a desire for food or drink

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grin

verb

to smile widely or broadly

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digest

verb

to convert food into absorbable form

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conquer

verb

to successfully defeat or overcome a competitor or a problem

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descend

verb

to move or lead from a higher place or level to a lower one

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invisible

adjective

that cannot be seen; not visible to the eye

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prominent

adjective

important or famous

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drain

noun

a tube, pipe, or hole used to remove liquid from a container or a place

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terrific

adjective

excellent; wonderful

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constitution

noun

a set of basic laws and principles that governs a country or organization

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immense

adjective

extremely large or great

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damp

adjective

a little wet

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chaos

noun

​a complete lack of order

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pit

noun

a natural or man-made hole in the ground or in the surface of something

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cop

noun

a police officer

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flesh

noun

the soft part of a person’s or animal’s body made of muscle and fat

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barn

noun

a usually large building for the storage of farm products or feed and usually for the housing of farm animals or farm equipment

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cautious

adjective

being careful about what you say or do, especially to avoid danger or mistakes; not taking any risks

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fatal

adjective

causing disaster, failure, or death

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affection

noun

a feeling of liking or loving someone or something

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glance

verb

to quickly look at someone or something

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drown

verb

to die under water or other liquid of suffocation

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crawl

verb

to move slowly on your hands and knees with your body close to the ground

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limb

noun

an arm or a leg; a similar part of an animal, such as a wing

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mercy

noun

an act of kindness, compassion, or forbearance

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suck

verb

to take liquid, air, etc. in a specified direction by creating a vacuum using a device or the mouth

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bulk

noun

a large size or quantity of something

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idiot

noun

an utterly foolish or senseless person

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intent

noun

what you plan to do or achieve; intention or purpose

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reproduce

verb

to make a copy of, or to make again or repeat

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snatch

verb

to take something or someone from a place or person quickly, and often rudely or by force

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bond

verb

to form a close relationship

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postpone

verb

to arrange for an event, etc. to take place at a later time or date than originally planned

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remedy

noun

a solution to get rid of an illness or a problem

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sole

adjective

single; only

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liver

noun

a glandular organ in the abdominal cavity that secretes bile and functions in various metabolic processes

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