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دانلود اپلیکیشن «زبانشناس»
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apprentice [əˈprentɪs] n. An apprentice is a person who learns how to do a job from a skilled person.
Mark is an apprentice chef at the restaurant.
assure [əˈʃuər] v. To assure people is to tell them something is true to make them less worried.
He assured the boss that the building would be done on time.
bandage [ˈbændɪdʒ] n. A bandage is a piece of cloth used to stop bleeding.
If you cut yourself, please get a bandage from the first-aid kit.
bleed [bliːd] v. To bleed is to lose blood.
If you are not careful, you will cut your finger and bleed.
bond [bɔnd] v. To bond with someone is to become friends with that person.
The women bonded after several hours of conversation.
chef [ʃef] n. A chef is a person who cooks in a restaurant.
Tom is a chef at the restaurant near my house.
crown [kraun] n. A crown is the hat worn by a king or queen.
The crown is made of gold.
departure [dɪˈpɑːrtʃər] n. A departure is the act of leaving a place.
They were excited about their departure to go back home.
diligent [ˈdɪlədʒənt] adj. A diligent person works hard and is careful.
Craig has always been a very diligent person at work.
emperor [ˈempərər] n. An emperor is the leader of a group of countries.
The emperor Julius Caesar was in control of ancient Rome.
fiber [ˈfaibər] n. Fiber is a thread of a substance used to make clothes or rope.
The mat was made from tiny fibers.
horrible [ˈhɔ:rəbəl] adj. A horrible thing is very bad.
The assignment was horrible. I hated it.
impolite [impəˈlait] adj. An impolite person is rude or not polite.
Roger is impolite to everyone he meets.
kneel [niːl] v. To kneel is to put one or both knees on the ground.
Daryl got down on one knee and asked Nina to marry him.
luxury [ˈlʌkʃərɪ] n. A luxury is an expensive thing that is nice but not needed.
Our honeymoon resort was a luxury we’ve really enjoyed.
massive [ˈmæsɪv] adj. A massive thing is very big.
The wheels on his truck were massive.
panic [ˈpænɪk] v. To panic is to feel so nervous or afraid that one cannot think clearly.
Everyone panicked when the house caught on fire.
priority [praɪɔ(:)rətɪ] n. A priority is something that is more important than other things.
My priority is to get good grades in school.
robe [roub] n. A robe is a long, loose piece of clothing.
The monks of the temple all wear robes.
scold [skould] v. To scold means to criticize someone angrily for doing something wrong.
Jesse was scolded by the teacher for not paying attention.
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