(na)instalovat; (na)montovat ** v /ɪnˈstɔːl/ to put a piece of equipment somewhere and make it ready for use Crime has decreased since the security cameras were installed.
letadlo *** n C /pleɪn/ an aircraft with wings and at least one engine Terrorists release two passengers from the plane.
zaspat v /ˌəʊvə(r)ˈsliːp/ to wake up later than you intended to Sorry I'm late. I overslept.
lidi; rodiče ** n pl /fəʊks/ people Folks can watch the snake handling shows throughout the day.
oběť *** n C /ˈvɪktɪm/ someone who has suffered as a result of the actions or negative attitudes of someone else or of people in general He was a victim of racism.
panovačný adj /ˈbɒsi/ someone who is bossy keeps telling other people what to do, in a way that annoys them Don’t be so bossy!
riskantní * adj /ˈrɪski/ involving the possibility of danger, harm, or failure I wouldn’t do it if I were you – it’s too risky.
zátah, razie, přehled, sehnání stád dobytka n C /ˈraʊndʌp/ an occasion when animals or people are forced to gather together in one place The police conducted a round-up of suspects.
chřestýš n C /ˈræt(ə)lˌsneɪk/ a poisonous US snake that makes a noise that sounds like a rattle with its tail Rattlesnakes usually hunt at night.
riziko *** n C / U /rɪsk/ the possibility that something unpleasant or dangerous might happen Some people's fear of flying is far out of proportion to the actual risk it involves.
chřestýš n C /ˈræt(ə)lə(r)/ a rattlesnake I was bitten by a rattler.
svoboda; volnost *** n C /ˈfriːdəm/ the right to do what you want, make your own decisions, and express your own opinions You can’t separate peace from freedom because no one can be at peace unless he has freedom.
odvážný; statečný adj /kəˈreɪdʒəs/ very brave and determined You've taken a courageous decision today.
klidný díky ujištění ** adj /ˌriːəˈʃʊə(r)d/ made to feel less worried about something Feeling better informed, but not particularly reassured it was time to move on to Sweetwater.
výsada; pocta ** n C /ˈprɪvəlɪdʒ/ a special benefit that is available only to a particular person or group Cheap air travel is one of the privileges of working for the airline.
neškodný * adj /ˈhɑː(r)mləs/ not causing any harm Most of these bugs are harmless to us.
jehla; jehlice ** n C /ˈniːd(ə)l/ a very thin sharp metal tube used for putting medicine or drugs into your body, or for taking blood out. It is attached to a plastic tube called a syringe He has a fear of needles.
zdrženlivý adj /rɪˈzɜː(r)vd/ someone who is reserved tends not to talk about or show their feelings They are emotionally reserved.
svoboda ** n C /ˈlɪbə(r)ti/ the freedom to think or behave in the way that you want and not be controlled by a government or by other people The movement would fight for liberty and equality.
protilátka, protijed n U /ˌæntiˈvənɪn/ a substance that prevents venom from having bad effects We use the venom to manufacture the antivenin.
tuhý; neohebný ** adj /stɪf/ something that is stiff does not bend easily. If you have a stiff upper lip, you remain calm and do not let other people see what you are really feeling in a difficult or unpleasant situation It is often said that the British have a ‘stiff upper lip’.
spojenectví; aliance ** n C /əˈlaɪəns/ a group of people, organizations, or countries who have united to work together to achieve something Have you spoken to members of other parties within the alliance?
fobie n C /ˈfəʊbiə/ a very strong feeling of disliking or being afraid of someone or something She has a phobia about spiders.
(z)civilizovat v /ˈsɪvəlaɪz/ to make someone behave in a more polite and reasonable way The time has come for us to civilize ourselves.
celý *** adj /həʊl/ all of something I’m getting tired of the whole thing.
díra *** n C /həʊl/ a space in the surface of something that goes partly or completely through it Rain poured through a gaping hole in the roof.
segregace, oddělování n U /ˌseɡrɪˈɡeɪʃ(ə)n/ the policy of keeping people from different groups, especially different races, separate. Integration is the policy of bringing these groups together Racial segregation in schools is no longer legal in the US.
dát pokutu * v /faɪn/ to make someone pay an amount of money as punishment for breaking the law She was fined £250 for speeding.
povstání; vzpoura; revolta n C /rɪˈbeljən/ opposition to someone in authority or to accepted ways of doing things We can achieve our aims through disobedience and through rebellion.
mezistátní adj /ˌɪntə(r)ˈsteɪt/ existing or taking place between states, especially between the states in the US or Australia He's an expert in interstate commerce.