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final

final

/ˈfaɪnəɫ/
adjective
happening or coming at the end of a series of actions, events, etc.

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extra

extra

/ˈɛkstɹə/
adjective
more than enough or the amount needed

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light

light

/ˈɫaɪt/
adjective
not heavy; having little physical weight and easy to lift or move

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awesome

awesome

/ˈɑsəm/, /ˈɔsəm/
adjective
very good; great
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Why are you so awesome?

As much as that is awesome.

And this is actually in collaboration with Deaf West Theatre, which I think is pretty awesome.

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likely

likely

/ˈɫaɪkɫi/
adjective
having a possibility of happening or being the case

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interested

interested

/ˈɪntɝəstəd/, /ˈɪntɝɪstɪd/, /ˈɪntɹəstɪd/, /ˈɪntɹɪstɪd/
adjective
giving much attention to something or someone because one likes them

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green

green

/ˈɡɹin/
adjective
having the color of fresh grass or most plant leaves

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original

original

/ɝˈɪdʒənəɫ/
adjective
existing since the beginning of a particular period or process; being the first or earliest
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I first encountered it in the original Mario Kart back in 1996:

Excavations of garbage heaps yield an equally surprising picture of Easter's original animal world.

You are original,' he said, looking surprised.

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local

local

/ˈɫoʊkəɫ/
adjective
related or belonging to a particular area or place that someone lives in or mentions
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Travelers and railroad workers were confused by the many local sun times.

If a theft is committed, the museum issues a report to local police.

The environment inside a greenhouse can be changed according to local conditions.

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popular

popular

/ˈpɑpjəɫɝ/
adjective
liked or enjoyed by many people

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rich

rich

/ˈɹɪtʃ/
adjective
having a lot of money

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negative

negative

/ˈnɛɡətɪv/
adjective
not having a positive effect on something

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funny

funny

/ˈfəni/
adjective
causing laughter; making someone laugh

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tiny

tiny

/ˈtaɪni/
adjective
extremely small
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CSIs might even vacuum the entire area to collect tiny samples.

Now, when Jesse tenses these chest muscles, it creates a tiny electrical signal.

Today, thanks to electronics, tiny devices that fit behind the ear contain both energy cells and an amplifier.

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blue

blue

/ˈbɫu/
adjective
having the color of the sea or sky on a sunny day

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modern

modern

/ˈmɑdɝn/
adjective
related to the most recent time or to the present time

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positive

positive

/ˈpɑzətɪv/
adjective
having a successful result or tending toward improvement and progress

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smart

smart

/ˈsmɑɹt/
adjective
showing intelligence or being able to think quickly

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heavy

heavy

/ˈhɛvi/
adjective
having great weight and not easy to move or lift

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regular

regular

/ˈɹeɪɡjəɫɝ/, /ˈɹɛɡjəɫɝ/
adjective
following a pattern, especially one with fixed or uniform intervals

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physical

physical

/ˈfɪzɪkəɫ/
adjective
related to the body rather than the mind

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medical

medical

/ˈmɛdəkəɫ/, /ˈmɛdɪkəɫ/
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related to medicine, treating illnesses, and health

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wonderful

wonderful

/ˈwəndɝfəɫ/
adjective
full of wonder; making us feel very good or happy
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Some people thought Dr. Gall's ideas were wonderful.

People enjoy visiting museums to see displays of wonderful paintings and sculptures.

He is a wonderful shepherd boy. '

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serious

serious

/ˈsɪɹiəs/
adjective
bad or dangerous; significant or worrying due to a possible danger or risk

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fast

fast

/ˈfæst/
adjective
moving quickly or able to move at high speed

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