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Afford: (Verb) to be able to meet the expense of; have or be

able to spare the price of.

Example: I need to afford my house but I don't have the

Bandages: (Noun) a strip of cloth or other material
used to bind up a wound, sore, sprain, etc.
Example: the bandages is important have in a medicine
Kindly: (Adjective) pleasant, agreeable, or benign.
Example: He is very kindly with me.

Wondered: (Verb) to think or speculate curiously.
Example: I wondered about the contamination of the water.

Poured: (Verb) to make (a liquid or granular solid) stream or
flow, as from a container.
Example: I poured the water in a glass.

Lit: (Verb) to set burning, as a candle, lamp, fire, match, or
cigarette; kindle; ignite
Example: I lit the cigarette outside my house.
Ashtray: (Noun) a receptacle for tobacco ashes of
Example: I want a new ashtray for my birthday.

Frightened: (Adjective) thrown into a fright; afraid; scared;
Example: This movie frightened me very much.

Lifted: (Verb) to move or bring (something) upward
from the ground or other support to a higher
position; hoist
Example: the elevator lifted us to floor 14.

Beef curry: (Noun) a beef cooked in an Indian-style
sauce of strong spices
Example: My favorite food is beef curry

Afterwards: (Adverb) at a later or subsequent time;
Example: afterwards all the work, I need to have a break.

Torn: (Verb) split or cut.
Example: I accidentally tore my new dress.

Echo: (Noun) a repetition of sound produced by the
reflection of sound waves from a wall, mountain, or
other obstructing surface.
Example: your echo is too loud for my ears.

Owe: (Verb) to have a moral obligation to render or offer
Example: you owe beautiful for yourself.

Tease: (Verb) to irritate or provoke with persistent
petty distractions, trifling raillery, or other annoyance,
often in sport.
Example: I hate the boys who
tease me.

Ill: (Adjective) of unsound physical or mental health; unwell; sick
Example: I hate when I'm ill
on the vacations.

Settee: (Noun) a seat for two or more persons, having
a back and usually arms, and often upholstered.
Example: I like your new settee because is comfortable.

Tightly: (Adverb) closely and firmly; in a tight manner.
Example: she held on tightly to his arm.

Nasty: (Adjective) physically filthy; disgustingly unclean.
room is

Call for: (Verb phrases) Express the need or desire for; ask
Example: I need call
for service room.
Make good: (Idiom)
Carry out successfully, make sure of.
Example: we try to make good our work

As a matter of
fact: (Idiom) in
reality; actually;
in fact
Example: I
sometimes take as a matter of fact which all the people
can swim.

Look after: (Verb phrases) to take care of; minister to.
Example: It necessary look after our pets.

Come true: (Idiom) o have the expected or hoped-for result; become a reality.
Example: your dreams can come true.

Feel like: (Idiom) to have an inclination (for something or doing something).
Example: this moment feel like i had a dizzy spell.