- زمان مطالعه 3 دقیقه
- سطح سخت
دانلود اپلیکیشن «زبانشناس»
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متن انگلیسی درس
aboard [əˈbɔːrd] prep.
When someone is aboard a ship or plane, they are on or in it. They climbed aboard the kayak and paddled through the river.
bitter [ˈbɪtər] adj.
When a person is bitter, they are upset with someone or a situation. He was extremely bitter when his computer crashed.
bullet [ˈbulit] n.
A bullet is a small metal object that is shot out of guns. Bullets come in different sizes for different guns.
devil [ˈdevl] n.
The devil is a powerful evil spirit in some religions. The church promised protection from the devil.
drift [drɪft] v.
To drift means to be moved slowly by wind or water. The large chunk of ice drifted in the water.
enforce [enˈfɔːrs] v.
To enforce means to make a person follow a rule. Police enforce traffic laws to keep everyone safe.
fountain [ˈfauntɪn] n.
A fountain is a source of water made by people. There was a beautiful fountain in the middle of the park.
harbor [ˈhaːrbər] n.
A harbor is an area of water along a shore where boats land. There were a few small boats in the harbor.
inhabit [ɪnˈhæbɪt] v.
To inhabit means to live in a certain place. No one inhabits the ancient city.
march [mɑːrtʃ] v.
To march means to walk at a steady pace together with others. The soldiers marched in straight rows.
millionaire [mɪljənɛər] n.
A millionaire is a person who has at least a million dollars. He became a millionaire because he was smart with his money.
port [pɔːrt] n.
A port is a place where ships stop to load and unload things. The ship was being loaded with materials at the port.
sheriff [ˈʃerɪf] n.
A sheriff is a police officer who is in charge of a large area. It was the sheriff’s job to make the city safe.
startle [ˈstɑːrtl] v.
To startle means to scare someone suddenly. The loud crash startled the sleeping woman.
sweat [swet] v.
To sweat means to lose liquid from the body through the skin. Whenever I workout, I sweat quite a bit.
trigger [ˈtrɪgə:r] n.
A trigger is the part of the gun that a person pulls to make it fire. The man had his finger on the trigger of the gun.
unify [ˈjuːnəfaɪ] v.
To unify means to bring people or things together. With their good deeds, the children tried to unify the world.
vessel [ˈvesəl] n.
A vessel is a large ship or boat. We toured the area aboard a luxury vessel.
voyage [ˈvɔidʒ] n.
A voyage is a long journey made on a boat or an aircraft. The astronauts took off on a long voyage to the moon.
worship [ˈwəːrʃip] v.
To worship means to like and honor a person, thing, or religious figure. Many people around the world worship in a church.
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