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دانلود اپلیکیشن «زبانشناس»
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متن انگلیسی درس
acknowledge [əkˈnɒlɪdʒ] v.
If you acknowledge something, you accept that it is true or that it exists. The teacher acknowledged that the young student was hungry.
ambassador [æmˈbæsədər] n.
An ambassador is a government worker who works in another country. The ambassador from Korea was in charge ofthe conference.
blonde [blɒnd] adj.
If someone is a blonde, they have light-colored hair. My cousin is different from me. She is a blonde with blue eyes.
conquer [ˈkɒŋkər] v.
To conquer a country means to attack and take control of it. The soldiers were trying to conquer the world.
drag [dræg] v.
To drag something means to pull it across the ground. The dog was dragging his owner down the street.
exaggerate [ɪgˈzædʒəreɪt] v.
To exaggerate is to say that something is bigger or better than it really is. Jimmy wasn’t exaggerating about the seriousness of his injury.
heritage [ˈherɪtɪdʒ] n.
Heritage is the collection of features of a society, such as language and religion. Teepees are part ofthe heritage of the American Indians of the plains.
insult [ˈɪnsʌlt] v.
To insult someone is to say things that will hurt their feelings. The girls insulted each other all afternoon.
meanwhile [ˈmiːnhwaɪl] adv.
Meanwhile means until something happens or while something is happening. He wants to be a doctor in the future, but meanwhile, he works a regular job.
necklace [ˈneklɪs] n.
A necklace is a piece of jewelry that people wear around their necks. Joyce received a lovely pearl necklace for her wedding anniversary.
noble [ˈnoubəl] n.
A noble is a rich and powerful person. The Queen invited a noble from a nearby country to dinner.
precious [ˈpreʃəs] adj.
When something is precious, it is valuable and important. In a desert, water can be more precious than money.
prejudice [ˈpredʒudɪs] n.
A prejudice is an unfair opinion about someone before you get to know them. The company’s rules against gender prejudice must be enforced.
rumor [ˈruːmə:r] n.
A rumor is a story that may not be true. Carla was spreading rumors around the office.
sin [sin] n.
A sin is something that is wrong for religious reasons. Taking something that doesn’t belong to you is a sin.
spectacle [ˈspektəkəl] n.
A spectacle is an amazing sight. Niagara Falls is quite a spectacle.
stack [stæk] n.
A stack is a pile of different things. There was a stack of paperwork on his desk to complete.
suspicious [səsˈpɪʃəs] adj.
If someone is suspicious of someone else, they do not trust that person. Dad was suspicious ofthe caller on the line.
tin [tɪn] n.
Tin is a cheap white metal. Soup is a common food that is often sold in tin cans.
vase [veis] n.
A vase is an attractive container where people keep flowers. The vase was filled with such lovely flowers.
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