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4000 Essential English Words 2 Unit 25: The Criminal

4000 Essential English Words 2 Unit 25: The Criminal

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  • admit [ədˈmɪt] v.
    To admit something means to say that it is true.
    I had to admit that I stole his idea.
  • bin [bin] n.
    A bin is a container that holds things.
    He put his trash in the bin.
  • bowl [boul] n.
    A bowl is a deep, round dish that holds food or liquid.
    I ate a bowl of cereal for breakfast.
  • cabin [ˈkæbɪn] n.
    A cabin is a small house made of wood.
    My grandfather owns a small cabin in the country.
  • cash [kæʃ] n.
    Cash is money in the form of paper or coins.
    I was able to save up enough cash to buy my mother a gift.
  • criminal [ˈkrɪmənl] n.
    A criminal is a person who does something against the law.
    The police made sure the criminal couldn’t move his hands.
  • dozen [ˈdʌzən] n.
    A dozen is a group of twelve things.
    Mom brought home a dozen donuts for us as a treat.
  • elder [ˈeldər] adj.
    An elder is a person who is older than the people around them.
    Uncle Ray is my elder so I always try to be respectful.
  • facial [ˈfeɪʃəl] adj.
    If something is facial, it is related to a person’s face.
    I could tell from his facial features that he was angry.
  • fence [fens] n.
    A fence is a structure around a house or field.
    The farmer put up a fence so that no one could walk on her field.
  • inspire [ɪnˈspaɪər] v.
    To inspire means to make a person want to do something.
    I was inspired to write a poem after watching the sunrise.
  • mere [mɪər] adj.
    When something is mere, it is small or not important.
    We lost the game by a mere two points.
  • neat [niːt] adj.
    If something is neat, it is very clean or organized well.
    My sister always keeps her bedroom very neat.
  • occasion [əˈkeɪʒən] n.
    An occasion is a time when something important happens.
    Her graduation was an occasion to have a good time.
  • penalty [ˈpɛnəltɪ] n.
    A penalty is a punishment, given when someone breaks a rule or law.
    I had to pay a $100 penalty for parking in the wrong spot.
  • rude [ruːd] adj.
    When someone is rude, they are mean and not polite.
    The children at the bus stop were very rude.
  • settle [ˈsetl] v.
    To settle a problem means to end it by finding a solution.
    It took three of our best executives all day to settle the problem.
  • vehicle [ˈvi:ɪkəl] n.
    A vehicle is a thing that moves people or things to another place.
    A ferry is a vehicle that takes people from one island to another.
  • wallet [ˈwɒlɪt] n.
    A wallet is a thing that holds money and fits in a pocket.
    I keep my money in a wallet.
  • yell [jel] v.
    To yell is to say something very loudly.
    The coach yelled at his team for their poor performance.

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