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Quaint

Charming, lovely

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Near future *

Foreseeable future

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Out of the blue

Suddenly

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Arrived

Came along

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Neat

Tidy

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Striking

Very easy to notice

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Dull

Boring

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Clumsily

Awkwardly

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A heist

Stealing sth very valuable

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Cera *

Wax

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Stuff (verb)

To put sth in any place without care

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Rather *

Sooner

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Quirky

Unconventional, weird in a good way

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Garish

To colorful

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Sby who makes clothes *

A tailor

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Woe

Problem

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Sby who we unfairly blame for all our plans *

Scapegoat
(Ovejanegra)

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Resilient

Keep trying again & again, even after failing

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To mingle

To mix

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Big lie *

A hoax

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Sth willed (adj)

Sth intentional/intended

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Fight for sth in a good way

Struggle

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To gather

To collect from different plaves

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To allege

To assert/ to be true; affirm

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Gasping

Taking big breatha very quickly

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Pulmon *

Lung

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Grieta *

Crack

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To hit *

To bang

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Very recently*

Just

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Before the expected time *

Already

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Past/after the expected time*

Yet

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Very recently*

Just

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Domestic duties *

A chore (noun)

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Small place *

Roomy (adj)

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Big space *

Spacious (adj)

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Sometimes,not often

Scarcely/seldom

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Stranded

Stuck in a place and unable to get away (usually as a result of natural disaster)

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Aims

Reasons

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Witty

Sby who is funny and intelligent

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Unease (noun)

Uneasy

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Dwindle

To fade or grow weaker

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Thorough (adj)

Detailed, all the facts are there

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Cringeworthy (adj)

Terrible

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To cringe

Experience an inward shiver of embarrassment or disgusting

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Irksome(adj)

Dull, irritating

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Appalling (adj)

Terrible

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Prospect

Future possibility

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To downplay sth

When sby tries to make sth very serious into sth very less serious, most likely because that sby made a mistake. (Take off importance to sth)

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To outgrow sth

When you are too old for sth

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Brillar más que otros

Outshine

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ntensify, increase, or further improve the quality, value, or extent of*

Enhance

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Purchase

To get or buy

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Determine

Find out

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To SETTLE an argument (example)

both parties are agree

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To arrive AT

To get to

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Peer

Sb in a group of like-minded individuals

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Poignant (adj)

Sth that produce sadness

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Haphazardly

Randomly

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Fleeting (adj)

Passing quickly

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Indiscriminately (adv)

In an unplanned way. (Almost shows recklessness )

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Aversion (n)
To have an aversion to sth
Adversive (adj)

Unwilling/ dislike

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To squander

Carelessly waste

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Clear-cut

Obvious

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Setback (n)

Sth that doesn't allow progress

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Foolhardy (adj)

Stupid and reckless

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Reckless (adj)

Sth that you do without thinking of the consequences before hand

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Granted (adj)

When you admit sth is true

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Laid-back (adj)

Relaxed and easy going

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To veer (v)

To change direction suddenly

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geriatric (adj)

Too old to work well

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Raise

To go up (needs an object)

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Rise

To go up (doesn't need an object)

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Trustworthy (adj)

Sby you can trust
Adjective of trust for people

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Trusty (adj)

Inanimate objects you can trust

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Mellow (adj)

Pleasant & not to
Bright

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Soothing (adj)

Sth that makes you feel relaxed, comfy, at ease

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Wobbly (adj)

Unstable, because you're nervous

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To dread doing sth (v)

To describe sth you hate doing

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To long for sth (v)

To want to do sth, desire

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To dread + to infinitive

To express fear about a possible future outcome

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Shudder (v)

Shaking when you think/imagine sth disgusting

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Giggle (n)
Giggling (v)

Nervous laugh

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To whine (v)

Sound of complainant

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To whinge (v)

Verbal sound of complainant

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To tremble (v)

Shake when you are frightened

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To shiver (v)

Shake when you are cold

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To stutter (v)

Tartamudear

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Overtake (v)

Pasa a car (adelantar)

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Utmost

The greatest

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Mandatory

Required by law or rules

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Shut down

Revise

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Pegged

Revise

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Citing

Revise

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Jolt

Revise

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Sprawling (adj)

Revise

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Tethered

Revise

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Throughout

Revise

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Play out

Revise ( phrases verb )

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Inducement

Revise

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Shedding

Revise

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Crank out

Revise ( phrasal verb)

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In Plano

Revise (for conclusion )

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Waging

Revise

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Lure

Revise

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Clustered
Cluster

Revise

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Scrambling

Revise

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Brindes

Revise

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Gawking

Revise

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Slurred

Revise

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Goner

Revise

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Lavender

Revise

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Ginormous

Giantic And enormous

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To be entrenched

To be settled down

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Trench (n)

Trinchera

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All-encompassing (adj)

Covers or does everything

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Midwife (n,p)

A nurse specializing in birth management

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Peddler (n)

Sby who sells cheap, low quality stuff

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Quack (n,p)

Fake Doctor

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To supervene (v)
Supervene of sth

Happened after

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To heave

To pull hard

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Unscathed (adj)

Undamaged/unhurt

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Fervently (adj)

With much passion and energy