Flashcards in Random 3 Deck (18):
to publicly support a particular way of doing something
someone who publicly supports someone or something
the period of time when someone is young , especially the period when someone is a teenager.
a teenage boy - used especially in newspapers to show disapproval.
young people in general.
used to ask someone politely to help you.
something that makes you feel surprise and admiration.
very good and effective.
someone who has been a soldier, sailor etc in a war.
someone who has had a lot of experience of a particular activity.
to strongly suggest that someone does something.
to make someone or something move by shouting, pushing them etc.
to encourage a person or animal to work harder, go faster etc.
a strong wish or need
to throw something, especially something light, with a quick gentle movement of your hand.
to make someone leave a place , especially because of bad behaviour
SYN throw out
to drink something quickly
to try extremely hard to achieve something, even though it is very difficult.
a long hard fight to get freedom, political rights etc.
to look like or be similar to someone or something:
It's amazing how closely Brain and Steve resemble each other.
to continue to do something that has already been planned or started.
to move in a particular direction.
a job or profession.
when a large group of people enter a place and take control of it, especially by military force.
a way of spending your time.