TOEIC 800–950+ Points/
800–950+ – Listening 5

800–950+ – Listening 5

Total: 20 words

seaweed

noun

an edible marine plant that grows in different bodies of water

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wear out

phrasal verb

to use or be used until no longer working or in good condition

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straighten out

phrasal verb

to deal with a confusing or difficult situation

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lumber

noun

timber or logs that have been sawed and cut for use

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have a flat tire

phrase

to have a punctured or broken tire that does not have enough air in it

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apparatus

noun

an instrument, appliance, or set of materials or technical equipment designed for a particular purpose

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pull off

phrasal verb

to succeed in or accomplish something difficult

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receptionist

noun

a person who works in an office, hotel, or another business establishment and answers the telephone, greets visitors, and assists clients

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in the meantime

phrase

in the period between one event and another; meanwhile

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representative

noun

someone chosen or appointed to act or speak for a person or group

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skyscraper

noun

a very tall modern building

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tied up

adjective

busy, used, or invested in such a manner as to make unavailable for anything else

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opposed to

phrase

disapproving of or disagreeing with someone or something

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attend to

phrasal verb

to deal with or look after

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bump into

phrasal verb

to see someone you know unexpectedly out in public

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resume

noun

a printed or digital breakdown of someone's educational and professional background that's submitted to an employer during a job application

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put aside

phrasal verb

to save money for future use, especially for emergency situations

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fill in for

phrasal verb

to do another person's job because they are absent or unable to do it

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cut back on

phrasal verb

to reduce the amount of something, such as food intake or money, or to start doing less of something, such as spending or going online

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allergic to

phrase

having an allergy or negative reaction to a substance

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