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دانلود اپلیکیشن «زبانشناس»
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ally [ˈælaɪ] n. An ally is someone who agrees to help or support another person or group.
I was happy to find many allies who shared my opinion.
boast [boust] v. To boast is to talk about how great one is.
We all became tired of listening to him boast about him self all day.
bounce [bauns] v. To bounce is to move up and away from a surface after hitting it.
Owen bounced the ball on the ground.
bully [ˈbulɪ] n. A bully is a person who is mean to others.
The two bullies always picked on the smaller, weaker kids.
carbohydrate [ˈkɑːrbouˈhaɪdreɪt] n. Carbohydrates are substances in foods like bread that give energy.
Carbohydrates like rice are a good source of energy for active people.
crawl [krɔːl] v. To crawl is to move slowly on hands and knees.
The baby crawled across the floor.
defeat [dɪˈfiːt] v. To defeat someone is to beat that person in a game or battle.
The champion defeated the challenger in the boxing match.
dial [ˈdaɪəl] n. A dial is a circular tool like the front of a clock.
I looked at the dial to see what time it was.
dominant [ˈdɒmənənt] adj. A dominant person or thing is stronger than others.
The gorilla is one of the dominant animals in the jungle.
adj. Entire means the whole thing or group.
The entire table was covered with food.
mercy [ˈməːrsi] n. Mercy is afeeling or act of kindness.
He asked his boss for mercy and to not fire him.
nod [nɒd] v. To nod is to move your head up and down.
I nodded my head as I listened to the song.
opponent [əˈpounənt] n. An opponent is a person or group trying to defeat another person or group.
On the field, our opponents were too good for us.
quarrel [ˈkwɔ:rəl] v. To quarrel is to argue or fight.
Billy quarreled with his wife about buying a new house.
rival [ˈraɪvəl] n. A rival is someone trying to achieve the same thing as another.
The three rivals were all competing for the same job.
sore [sɔːr] adj. Sore means feeling or causeing pain.
After lifting the heavy box, Mona’s back was sore.
sting [stɪŋ] v. To sting is to cause pain by pushing a sharp part into the skin.
The needle stung my arm and made me say, “ Ouch!”
strain [streɪn] v. To strain is to try very hard.
Casey strained to lift the heavy box.
torture [ˈtɔːrtʃə:r] n. Torture is action that causes physical or mental pain.
Greg thought that writing the essay was torture.
wrestle [ˈresəl] v. To wrestle is to try to push another competitor to the floor.
My dad loved to wrestle when he was in high school.
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