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to realize

to realize

/ˈɹiəˌɫaɪz/
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to become aware of a situation or fact; to fully understand something

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to notice

to notice

/ˈnoʊtəs/, /ˈnoʊtɪs/
verb
to become aware of something or someone
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Then he notices the 2-D bar code.

No one would have noticed the felling of the last small palm.

One evening they noticed a large crowd of people outside Mr Bounderby's house.

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to expect

to expect

/ɪkˈspɛkt/
verb
to think or believe that it is possible for something to happen or for someone to do something

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to open

to open

/ˈoʊpən/
verb
to move something such as a door, window, etc. into a position that is no longer closed and people, things, etc. can pass through

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to imagine

to imagine

/ˌɪˈmædʒən/
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to make or have an image of something in our mind
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The inventor imagined that the Segway might someday replace bicycles.

Most autistic kids can't pretend because they're not capable of imagining something that is not real.

Imagine that the sun time is exactly 12:00 noon in one town.

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to join

to join

/ˈdʒɔɪn/
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to become a member of a group, club, organization, etc.

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to forget

to forget

/fɝˈɡɛt/, /fɔɹˈɡɛt/
verb
to not be able to remember something or someone from the past

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to pull

to pull

/ˈpʊɫ/
verb
to use our hands to move something or someone toward us or in the direction that our hands are moving

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to enjoy

to enjoy

/ˌɛnˈdʒɔɪ/, /ɪnˈdʒɔɪ/
verb
to take pleasure in or get pleasure from an activity or occasion; to have a great time

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to mention

to mention

/ˈmɛnʃən/
verb
to say something about someone or something, without giving much detail
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A brand is the set of images that arise when the name of a company or product is mentioned.

His will mentions no writings, and there is no evidence he ever owned a book.

Mackay also neglects to mention the Thirty Years War in Europe.

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to develop

to develop

/dɪˈvɛɫəp/
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to change and become stronger or more advanced

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to fight

to fight

/ˈfaɪt/
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to take part in a violent action, either physical or verbal, against someone

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to focus

to focus

/ˈfoʊkəs/, /ˈfoʊkɪs/
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to pay full attention to someone or something specific

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to support

to support

/səˈpɔɹt/
verb
to provide someone or something with encouragement or help

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to cut

to cut

/ˈkət/
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to divide something into smaller pieces with a sharp object

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to teach

to teach

/ˈtitʃ/
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to instruct or educate someone; to give lessons to students in a university, college, school, etc.

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to stand

to stand

/ˈstænd/
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to be upright on one's feet

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to push

to push

/ˈpʊʃ/
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to use our hands, arms, body, etc. in order to make something or someone move forward or away from us

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to miss

to miss

/ˈmɪs/
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to not hit or touch what was aimed at
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The brain not only gives signals to the missing arm, it receives them as well.

I'm sorry, sir,' he said, 'but I missed again.'

So, Mr Holmes, we have two missing people.

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to explain

to explain

/ɪksˈpɫeɪn/
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to make something clear and easy to understand by giving more information about it

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to throw

to throw

/ˈθɹoʊ/
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to send something with force through the air by a movement of the arm and hand; to make something move through the air by quickly moving the arm and hand

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to cover

to cover

/ˈkəvɝ/
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to put something over something else in a way that hides or protects it

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to suppose

to suppose

/səˈpoʊz/
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to think or believe that something is possible or true, without being sure

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to provide

to provide

/pɹəˈvaɪd/
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to give someone the thing that they need or want

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to increase

to increase

/ˈɪnˌkɹis/, /ˌɪnˈkɹis/
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to become larger in amount or size

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