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Flashcards in ESLPOD [075;076;077] Deck (21):
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not happening frequently or regularly

odd (hours)

2

a school or class for children between the ages of two and four or five in the U.S. The British word is nursery school

preschool

3

the key for opening the lock of an outer door from the outside

latchkey

4

a policy used by many colleges to admit freshmen to undergraduate programs. Many law schools in the United States also have rolling admissions policies.[1] Under rolling admission, candidates are invited to submit their applications to the university anytime within a large window.

rolling admission

5

a woman whose job is to take care of someone else’s children. A nanny usually lives with the family that she works for.

nanny

6

to get something, especially something that is hard to get

come by

7

a small enclosed area in a room, separated from the rest of the room by thin walls or curtains

cubicle

8

to become familiar with a new way of life, place, or job, or to make someone do this

settle in

9

frightening, or dangerous

hairy

10

a ____ photograph of someone is natural and informal and is taken without them knowing that they are being photographed

candid

11

[Photography]someone who takes photographs, especially as his/her job

photographer [fəˈtɒɡrəfə]

12

to start out to live, work, or travel by oneself.

strike out on one's own

13

a small tool or piece of equipment that does something useful or impressive

gadget[ˈɡædʒət]

14

to impress sb. very much or make them very excited

be blown away

15

something that is ____ is designed to be thrown away after you have used it once or a few times

disposable

16

a small camera used for recording pictures and sound onto videotape

camcorder

17

To be bewildered; be confused.

make one's head spin

18

describes a camera that requires no adjustment by the user before taking a photograph, because the focus and exposure are adjusted automatically or are fixed

point-and-shoot

19

to treat film which has been used to take photographs with chemicals so that the pictures can be seen

develop

20

a photograph printed on shiny smooth paper

glossy

21

to show that there is a good reason for something, especially something that other people think is wrong; to be a good reason for something

justify