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دانلود اپلیکیشن «زبانشناس»
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n. A coastline is the outline of a country’s coast.
He noticed that most of the cities in Australia are on the coastline.
v. To deter means to prevent or discourage someone from doing something.
Icy roads deter people from driving their cars.
To devise something means to come up with an idea or plan about it.
The thieves devised a plan to steal the diamonds.
n. A distance is how far it is between two points.
The distance between America and Russia is about 8,000 km.
n. Expertise is the knowledge and skills to do something well.
John has a lot of advertising expertise. He can sell anything!
n. A fracture is a crack or break in something.
Don’t stand on that leg because there is a fracture. It might get worse.
n. Headache is a pain in one’s head.
My sister gets a headache every time she has a lot of stress.
v. To implement something means to ensure that what has been planned is done.
The school decided to implement a new teaching strategy.
n. Insight is a deep and accurate understanding of something.
The physics textbook gave the student a new insight about gravity.
n. A limb is a large branch on a tree.
The monkey sat on the tree limb and enjoyed a piece of fruit.
n. Might means strength or power.
Try with all your might to lift the heavy tire.
n. Optimism is the state of being hopeful about the future.
The mother had optimism about her children’s futures.
adj. Proficient means able to do something well.
Secretaries are proficient at typing quickly.
n. A raft is a flat kind of boat.
He sailed across the Pacific Ocean on a raft.
n. A ridge is a long, narrow piece of raised land.
The brown bear walked along the edge of the mountain ridge.
n. A shoulder is the body part between the top of the arm and the neck.
He carried his bike on his shoulder.
v. To shove something is to push it with a lot of power.
She shoved him out of the way.
n. A spouse is the person to whom someone is married.
I live in a home with my spouse and our two children.
v. To thrust means to push or move something quickly with a lot of force.
The boxer thrust his fist into the punching bag.
v. To tolerate something means to be able to accept it even when it is unpleasant.
When you are in a hurry, it can be hard to tolerate traffic signals.
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