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4000 Essential English Words 4 Unit 11: How a Singer Helped Win the War

4000 Essential English Words 4 Unit 11: How a Singer Helped Win the War

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  • alliance [əˈlaiəns] n. 

An alliance is a group of people who work together.

 The junior executives formed an alliance with each other.

  • applause [əˈplɔːz] n. 

Applause is the noise made when people clap hands to show approval.

 At the end of his speech, everyone gave applause.

  • armed [ɑːrmd] adj. 

If you are armed, you are carrying a weapon.

 The robber was armed with a gun.

  • authoritative [əˈθɔːriteitiv] adj. 

If something is authoritative, it uses the best information available.

 This book is an authoritative source on Ancient Egypt’s Queen Nefertiti.

  • ceremony [ˈserəmouni] n. 

ceremony is an event that happens on special occasions.

 Tom and Amy’s marriage ceremony is in June.

  • culture [ˈkʌltʃər] n. 

Culture is the music, art, and writings of a certain place or group of people.

 Ancient Mexican culture is renowned for its architecture.

  • defense [diˈfens] n. 

defense is something that is done to protect another thing.

 The airforce works in defense of its country.

  • detail [ˈdiːteil] n. 

detail is a small piece of information.

 Jane told Ben all the details of her trip to China.

  • diverse [diˈvəːrs] adj. 

When a group of things is diverse, it is made up of a wide variety of things.

 Big cities have diverse populations with people of different races and ages.

  • enchant [inˈtʃænt] v. 

To enchant someone is to make them feel very interested or happy.

 The beautiful woman enchanted everybody in the room.

  • equip [iˈkwip] v. 

To equip someone is to give them the things needed to do something.

 Steve was equipped with the tools needed to do the job.

  • exception [ikˈsepʃən] n. 

An exception is someone or something not conforming to a rule.

 Most students thought the test was hard, but Tim was the exception.

  • genre [ʒɑ̃ːnrə] n. 

genre is a type of literature, art, or music characterized by its style.

 She is considered a master in the comedy genre.

  • impact [ˈimpækt] n. 

An impact is the effect someone or something has on another.

 My grandmother had a great impact on my life.

  • lure [luər] v. 

To lure someone is to convince them to do something, by using a trick.

 The store lures people in with big signs that say “Sale!”

  • obstacle [ˈɒbstəkəl] n. 

An obstacle is an object or a problem that stops you from doing something.

 Climbing over the giant rock was the biggest obstacle for the hikers.

  • shelter [ˈʃeltə:r] n. 

shelter is a place to go that is safe from danger or bad weather.

 The frog took shelter from the storm in a nearby cave.

  • sort [sɔːrt] v. 

To sort means to separate things into different groups or classes.

 He sorted his clothes by colors and sizes.

  • supply [səˈplai] v. 

To supply something means to give people what they need or want.

 The water heater supplied the house with warm water.

  • vain [vein] adj. 

If people are vain, they are only concerned with how they look.

 Rebecca is so vain that she looks at herself in every mirror.

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