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دانلود اپلیکیشن «زبانشناس»
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bath [bæθ] n. A bath is the act of sitting in a tub of water in order to get clean. After playing in the dirt, the boy took a bath.
bend [bend] v. To bend is to move something so it is not straight. Lee bent over and picked up the paper on the ground.
chew [tʃuː] v. To chew is to break up food by using the mouth and teeth. I always chew my food carefully before swallowing it.
disabled [dɪsˈeɪbəld] adj. A disabled person has a phisical problem that makes some activities difficult. The disabled man used a wheelchair to move around.
fantastic [fænˈtæstɪk] adj. A fantastic thing is really good. The student did a fantastic job on his project and got an award.
fiction [ˈfɪkʃən] n. Fiction is a story that is not true. I enjoy reading works of fiction because they are very entertaining.
flag [flæg] n. A flag is a piece of colored cloth that represents something. Our country has a beautiful flag.
inspect [ɪnˈspekt] v. To inspect is to look at something carefully. The mechanic inspected our car to see if it had any problems.
journal [ˈdʒəːrnəl] n. A journal is a type of magazine that deals with an academic subject. Mi-young was busy working on an article for an art journal.
liquid [ˈlɪkwɪd] n. A liquid is a substance that is neither solid nor gas. Water is the most important liquid for life.
marvel [ˈmɑːrvəl] v. To marvel at something is to feel surprise and interest in it. We marveled at her excellent piano playing.
overcome [ˌəʊvəˈkʌm] v. To overcome a problem is to successfully fix it. She overcame her shyness and spoke in front of the class.
recall [rɪˈkɔːl] v. To recall something is to remember it. She was trying to recall what she had told her friend.
regret [rɪˈgret] v. To regret something is to wish that it hadn’t happen. I regret that I was mean to my sister.
soul [soʊl] n. A soul is a person’s spirit. Some people believe that the soul lives after the body dies.
sufficient [səˈfɪʃənt] adj. Sufficient shows that something is enough in quality or quantity. After eating a sufficient amount of food, I left the table.
surgery [ˈsəːrdʒərɪ] n. Surgery is medical treatment involving a doctor cuting into a body. I needed surgery to repair my leg after the accident.
tough [tʌf] adj. a tough thing is difficult. The man passed his driving test even though it was very tough.
tube [tjuːb] n. A tube is a pipe through which water or air passes. The pile of tubes was going to be put in the ground.
n. The value of something is what it is worth. Your love for me has greater value than gold
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