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Dirt a. any substance that makes something dirty, for example dust, soil or
His clothes were covered in dirt.
First remove any grease or dirt from the surface.
The problem with white is that it soon shows the dirt.
b. loose earth or soil
He picked up a handful of dirt and threw it at them.
Pack the dirt firmly round the plants.
They lived in a shack with a dirt floor.
c. unpleasant or harmful information about somebody that could be
used to damage their reputation, career, etc.
Do you have any dirt on the new guy?

2. Zoom
a. to move or go somewhere very fast
For five weeks they zoomed around Europe.
She spends her time zooming around the country.
3. Lonesome
a. unhappy because you are alone and do not want to be or because
you have no friends
I felt so lonesome after he left.
4. Cubs - a young bear, lion, fox, etc.
5. Rotten
a. (food or wood,etc) that has decayed and cannot be eaten or used
the smell of rotten vegetables
The fruit is starting to go rotten.
rotten floorboards
b. very bad
Ive had a rotten day!
What rotten luck!
She's a rotten singer.
c. Dishonest
The organization is rotten to the core.
d. looking or feeling ill/sick
She felt rotten.See related entries: Being ill
e. feeling guilty about something you have done
I feel rotten about leaving them behind.
used to emphasize that you are angry or upset about something
You can keep your rotten money!
6. Swing onchillawa
7. giggle (at/about somebody/something) (+ speech) to laugh in a silly
way because you are amused, embarrassed or nervous
The girls giggled at the joke.
They giggled nervously as they waited for their turn.


brag (to somebody) (about/of something) brag that +

speech (disapproving) to talk too proudly about something you own or
something you have done
He bragged to his friends about the crime.
Im not bragging but I think I did very well in the interview.
They repeatedly bragged that one of their men was responsible for the

9. Tizzy - a state of nervous excitement or confusion

She was in a real tizzy before the meeting.
a. excellent; wonderful
I feel absolutely terrific today!
She's doing a terrific job.
You look terrific in that dress.
He was really terrific when I was in trouble.
Thats terrific news!
b. very large; very great
I've got a terrific amount of work to do.
We drove along at a terrific speed.
11.Scamper - to move quickly with short light steps
a. To a very great degree
tremendously exciting
People vary tremendously in their individual dietary requirements
b. Extremely well
This area of research has progressed tremendously in the past few years.
13.Rude -having or showing a lack of respect for other people and their
a rude comment
rude (to somebody) (about somebody/something) The man was downright
rude to us.
Why are you so rude to your mother?
She was very rude about my driving.
rude (to do something) It's rude to speak when you're eating.
15.Moat - a deep wide channel that was dug around a castle
a. to produce a dull, steady light
The embers still glowed in the hearth.

The lighted candles glowed in the darkness.

The strap has a fluorescent coating that glows in the dark.
17.Claw (klaw) - one of the sharp curved nails on the end of an animals or a
birds foot
18.Leap (lip) - to jump high or a long way+ adv./prep.
A dolphin leapt out of the water.
We leapt over the stream.
19.Authenticate - have ones identity verified:
it only accepts commands from users who have authenticated as clients
a. to give information about somebody/something to an enemy
He was offered money to betray his colleagues.
For years they had been betraying state secrets to Russia.
His voice betrayed the worry he was trying to hide.
21.Plaid (P-lai-d) Chequered cloth,made of wool
22.Alliance a group or union formed for mutual benefit, or agreement or
having similar interest
a defensive alliance between Australia and New Zealand
his party is in alliance with the Greens
a. Noun (delegat)
A person sent or authorized to represent others, in particular an
elected representative sent to a conference:
congress delegates rejected the proposals
b. Verb delegate
Entrust (a task or responsibility) to another person, typically one
who is less senior than oneself:
she must delegate duties so as to free herself for more important
Send or authorize (someone) to do something as a representative:
Edward was delegated to meet new arrivals
24.Tyranny (tireni)
a. Cruel and oppressive government or rule:
refugees fleeing tyranny and oppression
b. Cruel, unreasonable, or arbitrary use of power or control:
the tyranny of her stepmother
25.Aristocracy - The highest class in certain societies, typically comprising
people of noble birth holding hereditary titles and offices
a. The highest class in certain societies, typically comprising people of
noble birth holding hereditary titles and offices
26.Oligarchy - A small group of people having control of a country or
27.Mob - A large crowd of people, especially one that is disorderly and intent
on causing trouble or violence:
a mob of protesters

28.Halt - Bring or come to an abrupt stop:

there is growing pressure to halt the bloodshed
29.Abrupt sudden Unexpected
30.Admire respect and warm approval
31.Inspire - Fill (someone) with the urge or ability to do or feel something,
especially to do something creative: (polabawanawa)
his philosophy inspired a later generation of environmentalists
32.Prestigious - Inspiring respect and admiration; having high status:
a prestigious academic post
33.Juvenile - For or relating to young people:
juvenile crime related to young birds or young people
34.Recidivism - reoffending
35.Mimic - coping somebodies work or word
36.Incorporate adding things
37.Consolidate make strong such as vocabulary
38.Dictatorship rule by one person
39.Divulge (Daivalge) make known disclose reveal share (private
Im too much of a gentleman to divulge her age
40.Ubiquitous Ubi|Qui|tous present, appearing or found every where
his ubiquitous influence was felt by all the family
cowboy hats are ubiquitous among the male singers
41.Procrastination The action of delaying or postponing something
42.Rationalize give excuses for not to doing
a. Take hold of suddenly and forcibly
she jumped up and seized his arm
he seized hold of the door handle
b. Take forcible possession of:
army rebels seized an air force base
c. become jammed:
the engine seized up after only three weeks
a. With little possibility of movement; securely:
the door remained firmly shut
b. Without doubt; definitely:
I firmly believe that we could do better
c. In a way that uses steady power or strength:
I had her wrist grasped firmly in my hand
45.Immature not fully grown / not fully developed
46.Discard throw away
47.Plunge Jump or Dive quickly / push or thrust
a. Jone had giggled when he plunge into the sea
b. He plunge his hand into his pocket
c. He plunged the dagger into back of that man

48.Deaf - lacking the power of hearing or having impaired hearing.

a. You will have to speak up.That mole is almost deaf
unwilling or unable to hear or pay attention to something.
b. She is deaf to all advice
49.Dizzy - having or involving a sensation of spinning around and losing one's
balance (kerakilla)
a. Jonathan had begun to suffer dizzy spells
50.Back up to make a copy of / to have proof
a. You should not make accusations that you cannot back up with
51.Accusation - a charge or claim that someone has done something illegal or
wrong. (dosharopanaya)
a. there was accusation in Brian's voice
52.Assault - make a physical attack on
a. he pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer
b. a physical attack - his imprisonment for an assault on the film
53.celebrity - a famous person, especially in entertainment or sport.
"he became a sporting celebrity"
54.Yield produce or provide (a natural, agricultural, or industrial product).
"the land yields grapes and tobacco"
give way to arguments, demands, or pressure.
"the Western powers now yielded when they should have resisted"
a. a person or thing that gives rise to an action, phenomenon, or
"the cause of the accident is not clear"
b. make (something, especially something bad) happen.
"this disease can cause blindness"
56.Convict - declare (someone) to be guilty of a criminal offence by the
verdict of a jury or the decision of a judge in a court of law.
a. her former boyfriend was convicted of assaulting her
b. a person found guilty of a criminal offence and serving a sentence
of imprisonment.
i. two escaped convicts kidnapped them at gunpoint"
57.Mad crazy rabid insane (sihimada)
58.Hearth cooker furnace
59.Strap - A strip of leather, cloth, or other flexible material, used to fasten,
secure, or carry something or to hold on to something:
her bra strap
60.Ember - A small piece of burning or glowing coal or wood in a dying fire:
the dying embers in the grate
a. Reduce (food) to small shreds by rubbing it on a grater:
(as adjective grated) grated cheese
b. Make an unpleasant rasping sound: or Say something in a harsh
the hinges of the door grated

62.Scratch - Score or mark the surface of (something) with a sharp or pointed

Rub (a part of ones body) with ones fingernails to relieve itching:
63.Stretch - be made or be capable of being made longer or wider without
tearing or breaking:
64.Sarong a long cloth wrapped around the waist.
65.Hip ukula
67.Tuck shirt tuck - tuck up- make bed
68.Chuck throw careless/ end relationship chuck in give up
69.Chuck it stop doing
70.Massacre brutally kill (many people):
71.Troop - Soldiers or armed forces:
72.Brutal - Savagely violent:
a brutal murder
a. Unpleasant or harsh:
the brutal morning light
73.Cameltoe slang
74.Dispute a disagreement or argument
a. Territorial dispute between the two countries
75.Quarrel - an angry argument or disagreement
76.Conflict - a serious disagreement or argument, typically a protracted one.
77.Compromise - a agreement or settlement of a dispute that reached by
each side
a. The secret of a happy marriage is compromise
78.Cyclone, typhoon, tornado, hurricane
79.Avalanche - a mass of snow, ice, and rocks falling rapidly down a
"he was swept to his death by an avalanche in 1988"
80.Overwhelming very great in amount (enormous, massive)
His party won overwhelming support
Very strong she felt an overwhelming desire to giggle
81.Hilarious extremely funny
A hilarious story
Boisterously merry(cheerful and lively) or cheerful a hilarious celebration
82.Boisterous noisy, energetic, cheerful a group of boisterous lads
Wild or stormy (weather) the boisterous wind was lulled
83.Panic - sudden uncontrollable fear or anxiety, often causing wildly
unthinking behaviour.
"she hit him in panic"
84.Predator - An organism that lives by preying on other organisms.
A person or group that robs, victimizes, or exploits others for gain.
85.Host (party-giver) - a person who receives or entertains other people as
"a dinner-party host"

an animal or plant on or in which a parasite or commensal organism lives.

86.Utter complete/absolute charlotte started at her in utter amazement
87.Stare - look fixedly or vacantly at someone or something with one's eyes
wide open.
"he stared at her in amazement"
88.Blunt not having sharp edge or point a blunt knife
Make or become less sharp wood can blunt your axe
89.Thoroughly in thorough manner (in depth/from top to bottom/closely)
He searched the house thoroughly
Very much, greatly I thoroughly enjoyed the day (utter/absolutely)
90.Downright utter/complete/total so direct in manner
91.Disgrace loss of reputation or respect as the result of a dishonourable
"he left the army in disgrace"
bring shame or discredit on.
"you have disgraced the family name"
92.Fleet - a group of ships sailing together, engaged in the same activity, or
under the same ownership.
"the small port supports a fishing fleet"
a number of vehicles or aircraft operating together or under the same
"a fleet of ambulances took the injured to hospital"
93.Allegedly - used to convey that something is claimed to be the case or
have taken place, although there is no proof.
"he was allegedly a leading participant in the coup attempt"
94.Claim - state or assert that something is the case, typically without
providing evidence or proof.
"the Prime Minister claimed that he was concerned about Third World
formally request or demand; say that one owns or has earned
"if no one claims the items, they will become Crown property"
a written outline of a film, novel, or stage work giving details of the plot
and individual scenes.
"the scenarios for four short stories"
a postulated sequence or development of events.
"a possible scenario is that he was attacked after opening the front door"
96.Chronology - the arrangement of events or dates in the order of their
"the novel abandons the conventions of normal chronology"

97.Inevitable certain to happen, unavoidable war was inevitable

A situation that is unavoidable by the morning he had accepted the
98.Passed away polite way to say died
99.Rebel - a person who rises in opposition or armed resistance against an
established government or leader. (revolution / terrorist )
Plead make an emotional appeal she plead with them not to gag
the boy
Present and argue for ( a position), especially in court or in another public
The idea that in public relations work someone is paid to plead a special
case is disliked
Gag a piece of cloth or device put in or over a persons mouth to
prevent them from speaking or keep open mouth or close mouth
Choke - (of a person or animal) have severe difficulty in breathing
because of a constricted or obstructed throat or a lack of air.
"Willie choked on a mouthful of tea"
fill (a space) so as to make movement difficult or impossible.
"the roads were choked with traffic"
Retch - make the sound and movement of vomiting.
"the sour taste in her mouth made her retch"
Imprisonment Custody
the state of being imprisoned; captivity.
"he was sentenced to two months' imprisonment"
Skid - (of a vehicle) slide, typically sideways or obliquely, on slippery
ground or as a result of stopping or turning too quickly.
"her car skidded and hit the grass verge"
Brawl (brol) noisy fight or quarrel
Brawn (bron) - physical strength in contrast to intelligence.
Freak - a very unusual and unexpected event or situation.
"the teacher says the accident was a total freak"
a person, animal, or plant with an unusual physical abnormality.
"a few freaks have been discovered, one amazing cat tipping the scales at
no less than 43 lbs"
Empathy to share someone elses feeling or experiences, by
imagining what it would be like to be in their situation. ( may be by your
past experience)
Marys empathy for others, has distracted her from solving her own issues
at work.
Empathize verb

When Samantha saw Maria was being abused by her husband daily, she
empathized with her and reported the matter to the police
Empathetic - person who empathized rosy told her friend, My
empathetic nature towards animals has made a pure vegetarian.I no
longer enjoy having meat
Euphoria to be in a state of intense happiness or wellbeing
(achieve your goal after hard work, state of complete, due to unexpected
After holding his new born baby for the first time, Dr.John was filled with euphoria
The drug addict cant give up drugs as they produce an intense feeling of
Lisa was euphoric when she graduated from university
Deity (diati) god / goddess
Endure (endior) to be in pain or difficulty & to face it lonely
without anyones knowledge (tolerate some one or some thing such as
violence, abused )
The soldiers of the special task force endured hardship during their
training, to become one of the best emergency response forces.
To continue or last for a long time ( continuous to exist such as kings
building, or keep him memory)
The ancient building in our city have endured for centuries.
Hardship - a condition or something that difficult to endure. (pain or
Privation - a state in which food and other essentials for well-being
are lacking.
"years of rationing and privation"
the loss or absence of a quality or attribute that is normally present.
"cold is the privation of heat"
Emphasize - give special importance or value to (something) in
speaking or writing.
"they emphasize the need for daily, one-to-one contact between parent
and child"
Emphasis - special importance, value, or prominence given to
"they placed great emphasis on the individual's freedom"
Interrupt - stop the continuous progress of (an activity or process).
the buzzer interrupted his thoughts
break the continuity of (a line or surface).

"the coastal plain is interrupted by chains of large lagoons"

Buzzer - an electrical device that makes a buzzing noise and is used
for signalling.
Dialysis - the separation of particles in a liquid on the basis of
differences in their ability to pass through a membrane.
Pawn - a chess piece of the smallest size
a person used by others for their own purposes. (puppet)
"he was a pawn in the game of power politics"
Distinguish - to notice or understand the difference between two
things, or to make one person or thing seem different from another:
He's colour-blind and can't distinguish (the difference) between red and
green easily.
I sometimes have difficulty distinguishing Spanish from Portuguese.
distinguish yourself
to do something so well that you are admired and praised for it:
He distinguished himself as a writer at a very early age.
Dialect - a form of a language that people speak in a particular part
of a country, containing some different words and grammar, etc.:
a regional dialect
The poem is written in northern dialect.
Intimate - having, or being likely to cause, a very close friendship or
personal or sexual relationship: (close friend)
intimate relationships
The restaurant has a very intimate atmosphere.
He's become very intimate with an actress.
intimate adjective (EXPERT)
(of knowledge or understanding) detailed, and obtained from a lot of
studying or experience:
She has an intimate knowledge of Tuscany, where she has lived for 20
Intimately - Well, I know who she is although I'm not intimately (= closely)
acquainted with her.
Weary - very tired, especially after working hard for a long time:
I think he's a little weary after his long journey.
Here, sit down and rest your weary legs.
bored with something because you have experienced too much of it:
I've been going out with the same people to the same places for years and
I've just grown weary of it.
to make someone feel tired:
Children weary me with their constant questions and demands.
to start to feel that something or someone is boring:

Some people never seem to weary of eating the same type of food every
Concourse - a large space or room in a public building such as a
station or airport that people meet in or pass through:
There's a ticket machine in the main concourse.
Cloves karabuneti
Leman lover or sweetheart
Lemmon A subsidiary or intermediate theorem in an argument or
Subsidiary - Less important than but related or supplementary to
many argue that the cause of animal rights is subsidiary to that of
protecting the environment
Flue - a pipe that leads from a fire or heater to the outside of a
building, taking smoke, gases, or hot air away.
Flu -

Insurmountable - (especially of a problem or a difficulty) so great
that it cannot be dealt with successfully: (impossible to overcome)
insurmountable difficulties
This small country is faced with an insurmountable debt.
Persuasive making you want to do or believe a particular thing:
( nammaganawa)
a persuasive speaker/speech
Your arguments are very persuasive.
He can be very persuasive.
Vital important
Lucrative - (especially of a business, job, or activity) producing a lot
of money:
The merger proved to be very lucrative for both companies.

Merger - an occasion when two or more companies join together to
make one larger company:
She's an attorney who advises companies about mergers and takeovers.
The merger of these two companies would create the world's biggest
accounting firm.
Voyage - a long journey involving travel by sea or in space.
"his voyage to America"

Cruel napuru cruelty

Fateful awasanawa

Ritual - A religious or solemn ceremony consisting of a series of
actions performed according to a prescribed order:ancient fertility ritual
(yaga, shanti karma)
Cremation - The disposal of a dead persons body by burning it to
ashes, typically after a funeral ceremony:
we chose cremation over burial
Bury buried hind in the ground walawanawa
Burial - The action or practice of burying a dead body:
Taunt - a remark made in order to anger, wound, or provoke
Stab - thrust a knife or other pointed weapon into (someone) so as
to wound or kill.
a thrust with a knife or other pointed weapon.
Lavish - sumptuously rich, elaborate, or luxurious.
Vanity - excessive pride in or admiration of one's own appearance or
Travel I travel by train (moving from one place to another)
Journey how long is your journey to work?
I journeyed for 20 min
Trip go and return how was your trip to sigapore
Expedition go for research or scientific experiment Many
expeditions to the Antarctic have ended in disaster
Excursion go out for leisure activities John has gone on a school