to protect from being exposed to danger
to ask somebody for something in a very strong and serious way
(of a wound or unpleasant experience) to leave a physical mark or unpleasant emotion
to strongly disapprove of, usually for moral reasons
(of persons, things, or parts) to bring, come, or put together in one place, group, body, or whole
not proud or not believing that you are as important as other people; modest
a look that is long and steady
very easy to notice or see, especially because it is sticking or standing out
(of an organism) to produce offspring by a sexual or asexual process
the ability to control your own behavior or the way you live, work, etc.
to leave out; fail to include, do, make, etc.
to stop or to make someone stop doing something
to begin or continue an activity after stopping or being interrupted
to provide a guarantee
to pour forth in drops, to lose, or to get rid of something, usually things not needed or wanted anymore