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4000 Essential English Words 5 Unit 17: “I Didn’t Do It!”

4000 Essential English Words 5 Unit 17: “I Didn’t Do It!”

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  • attorney [əˈtəːrni] n. 

An attorney is one who gives others advice about the law.

 The attorney appeared in front of the judge for me.

  • chronic [ˈkrɒnik] adj. 

When something is chronic, it happens over and over again over time.

 He had chronic pain in his chest and needed to see a doctor.

  • discipline [ˈdisəplin] n. 

Discipline is training that helps people follow the rules.

 One of the teacher’s jobs is to teach her students discipline.

  • donor [ˈdounər] n. 

donor is somebody who gives something to an organization.

 He was proud to be a blood donor.

  • fellow [ˈfelou] n. 

fellow is someone who shares a job or quality with someone else.

 All of my fellow patients at the hospital have also complained about the food.

  • gossip [ˈgɒsip] n. 

Gossip is information that might be untrue but is still discussed anyway.

 The friends exchanged gossip about the people they knew in school.

  • graduate [ˈgrædjueit] v. 

To graduate from a school means to complete and pass all courses of study there.

 At the end of the spring, my friends and I will graduate from high school.

  • graffiti [grəˈfiːti:] n. 

Graffiti is words or drawings in public places.

 The wall was covered with colorful graffiti.

  • guardian [ˈgɑːrdiən] n. 

guardian is someone who protects somebody or something.

 The librarians are the guardians of the books.

  • implicate [ˈimpləkeit] v. 

To implicate someone is to show that they have done a crime or something bad.

 The man was implicated in the theft at the store.

  • kin [kin] n. 

Kin is a person’s family and relatives.

 His kin were all farmers.

  • referee [ˌrefəˈriː] n. 

referee is a person who makes sure that the rules are followed in sports.

 The soccer player didn’t agree with the referee.

  • sever [ˈsevə:r] v. 

To sever something is to cut through it completely.

 He severed the string using scissors.

  • shaft [ʃæft] n. 

shaft is a handle of a tool or weapon.

 The golf club had a long wooden shaft that he held in his hands.

  • stab [stæb] v. 

To stab means to cut someone or something with a sharp object like a knife.

 He stabbed the fork into the potato and passed it to his daughter.

  • stimulus [ˈstimjələs] n. 

stimulus is something that causes growth or activity.

 Having a lot of money is a stimulus for people to buy more things.

  • suspicion [səsˈpiʃən] n. 

suspicion is a feeling that something is possible or true in a crime.

 The police had a suspicion that the driver had stolen the purse.

  • terminate [ˈtəːrməneit] v. 

To terminate something means to stop or end it.

 The trip was terminated after the car broke down.

  • theme [θiːm] n. 

theme is the main subject of a book, movie, or painting.

 The students discussed the book’s theme in class.

  • tuition [tju:iʃən] n. 

Tuition is the amount of money paid to go to a school.

 University tuitions have increased by fifty percent in the last five years.

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