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hard

hard

/ˈhɑɹd/
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not easy to do, answer, or understand

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easy

easy

/ˈizi/
adjective
not difficult; requiring little effort or skill to do or understand

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large

large

/ˈɫɑɹdʒ/
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bigger than usual in size or amount

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closed

closed

/ˈkɫoʊzd/
adjective
not letting things, people, etc. go in or out; not open

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true

true

/ˈtɹu/
adjective
being based on facts and reality

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free

free

/ˈfɹi/
adjective
without charge; costing nothing

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cool

cool

/ˈkuɫ/
adjective
cold in a pleasant way

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low

low

/ˈɫoʊ/
adjective
not far above the ground or having a small upward extension

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interesting

interesting

/ˈɪntɝəstɪŋ/, /ˈɪntɝɪstɪŋ/, /ˈɪntɹəstɪŋ/, /ˈɪntɹɪstɪŋ/
adjective
keeping our attention because of being unusual, exciting, etc.
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It is in an interesting new building on the Royal Mile.

He painted many beautiful and interesting pictures, and people paid a lot of money for them.

A Segway race would not be very interesting.

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full

full

/ˈfʊɫ/
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having no space left; containing as much as possible

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ready

ready

/ˈɹɛdi/
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being prepared for what is going to happen or what one should do

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only

only

/ˈoʊnɫi/
adjective
used to say that there is no other
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Only time will tell if the important marketing decisions made earlier will be effective in selling the product.

It was only one man's attempt to understand human behavior.

Some cities have even passed laws that allow Segways to travel only on sidewalks.

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young

young

/ˈjəŋ/
adjective
not old; having lived or existed for only a short time

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certain

certain

/ˈsɝtən/
adjective
feeling completely sure about something and showing that you believe it

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such

such

/ˈsətʃ/
adjective
used to emphasize the remarkable degree or quality of something
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Marketing teams must consider such factors when they design a marketing campaign.

The gavel that judges rap to convene court and maintain order is another such symbol of authority.

Many autistic children have improved greatly with such training, but others have not.

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possible

possible

/ˈpɑsəbəɫ/
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able to exist, happen, or be done

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black

black

/ˈbɫæk/
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having the darkest color, like night or coal; the opposite of white

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single

single

/ˈsɪŋɡəɫ/
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no more than one in number

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happy

happy

/ˈhæpi/
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pleased; feeling or showing pleasure

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strong

strong

/ˈstɹɔŋ/
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having great strength or a lot of physical power

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wrong

wrong

/ˈɹɔŋ/
adjective
not right or correct; not based on facts

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huge

huge

/ˈhjudʒ/, /ˈjudʒ/
adjective
very large in size, or great in degree or amount

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amazing

amazing

/əˈmeɪzɪŋ/
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very surprising; causing great surprise or wonder
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Modern technology has provided us with an amazing tool.

This is amazing.

"It's amazing!"

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simple

simple

/ˈsɪmpəɫ/
adjective
easy to do or understand; with no difficulty

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enough

enough

/iˈnəf/, /ɪˈnəf/
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as much as is required

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