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4000 Essential English Words 3 Unit 7: Patsy Ann

4000 Essential English Words 3 Unit 7: Patsy Ann

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  • abandon [əˈbændən] v. 

To abandon something is to leave it forever or for a long time.

 The old room had been abandoned years before.

  • ambitious [æmˈbɪʃəs] adj. 

If someone is ambitious, they want to be rich or successful.

 Kendra had to be ambitious to get into medical school.

  • bark [bɑːrk] v. 

When a dog barks, it makes a short, loud noise.

 The dog barked loudly and frighteningly.

  • bay [beɪ] n. 

bay is an area near the ocean where the land goes inward.

 The Golden Gate Bridge crosses San Francisco Bay.

  • brilliant [ˈbrɪljənt] adj. 

If someone is brilliant, they are very smart.

 My younger sister is brilliant for someone her age.

  • chin [tʃɪn] n. 

Your chin is the hard part at the bottom of your face.

 Luke pointed to the hair on his chin.

  • complaint [kəmˈpleɪnt] n. 

complaint is something you say to tell people that you don’t like something.

 Mom said she didn’t want to hear my brother’s complaints.

  • deaf [def] adj. 

When someone is deaf, they cannot hear.

 Susan was born deaf.

  • enthusiastic [eneu:ziæstik] adj. 

To be enthusiastic about something is to be excited by or interested in it.

 The man was enthusiastic about his job.

  • expedition [ˌekspədɪʃən] n. 

An expedition is a long trip, usually to a place very far away.

 They got into their spaceship to begin their expedition.

  • horizon [həˈraɪzən] n. 

The horizon is where the sky looks like it meets the ground.

 The sun clipped below the horizon.

  • loyal [ˈlɔɪəl] adj. 

To be loyal to something or someone is to agree to always help them.

 The three friends are very loyal to each other.

  • mayor [meiə:r] n. 

The mayor is the person in charge of a city.

 The mayor o f my hometown is quite a powerful speaker.

  • mutual [ˈmjuːtʃuəl] adj. 

If something is mutual, it is felt in the same way by two or more people.

 Robert likes Sarah. The feeling is mutual.

  • overweight [ouvərweit] adj. 

If someone is overweight, they are very fat.

 Roger eats too much, so now he’s overweight.

  • refuge [ˈrefjuːdʒ] n. 

refuge is a place where you go to be safe.

 When it started to rain, she found refuge in the house.

  • restore [rɪsˈtɔːr] v. 

To restore something is to put it back the way it was.

 Victor restored the old car.

  • rub [rʌb] v. 

To rub something is to push on it and move your hand back and forth.

 Mom’s feet were sore, so she rubbed them.

  • senses [sensiz] n. 

Your senses are how you see, taste, hear, feel and smell.

 It would be hard to live without your five senses.

  • veterinarian [ˌvetərənɛərɪən] n. 

veterinarian is a doctor that takes care of animals.

 Wanda became a veterinarian because she loves dogs.

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