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incredible

incredible

/ˌɪnˈkɹɛdəbəɫ/
adjective
very good, great, or large
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One of the most incredible feats of human endurance is the annual Badwater-to-Mt. Whitney run in the United States.

So I'm lying there in incredible pain.

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fun

fun

/ˈfən/
adjective
describing something that is enjoyable
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You decide it will be fun.

That was fun,' she said. '

But it's fun.

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poor

poor

/ˈpuɹ/
adjective
having very little money

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famous

famous

/ˈfeɪməs/
adjective
widely known; known about by many people
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Maybe the ads will invoke the authority of a famous baby doctor to emphasize the health appeal.

However, if an art work is very famous, dealers will still recognize it.

There he became famous and wealthy as an actor and as London's leading playwright.

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former

former

/ˈfɔɹmɝ/
adjective
having filled a specific status or position in an earlier period
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And I was stuck with the former stuff.

By around 1700, the population began to crash toward between one-quarter and one-tenth of its former number.

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legal

legal

/ˈɫiɡəɫ/
adjective
related to the law

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expensive

expensive

/ɪkˈspɛnsɪv/
adjective
costing a lot of money; high in price
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They are expensive because the cost of transporting them is added to the price.

One reason may be that they are expensive.

Rich people buy expensive watches.

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aware

aware

/əˈwɛɹ/
adjective
realizing or knowing a fact or situation

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correct

correct

/kɝˈɛkt/
adjective
with no mistake; based on truth

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private

private

/ˈpɹaɪvət/
adjective
used by or belonging to only a particular individual, group, institution, etc.

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sweet

sweet

/ˈswit/
adjective
containing sugar or having a taste like sugar

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various

various

/ˈvɛɹiəs/
adjective
several and of different types or kinds

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dangerous

dangerous

/ˈdeɪndʒɝəs/
adjective
with a lot of risks; likely to cause problems or harm

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current

current

/ˈkɑɹənt/, /ˈkɝənt/, /ˈkɝnt/
adjective
belonging to or happening at the present time

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slow

slow

/ˈsɫoʊ/
adjective
not quick or fast; moving, acting, happening, or being done at a low speed

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strange

strange

/ˈstɹeɪndʒ/
adjective
unusual or surprising; out of the ordinary; difficult to understand or explain

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federal

federal

/ˈfɛdɝəɫ/, /ˈfɛdɹəɫ/
adjective
having or relating to a system of government in which the individual states have their own laws concerning internal affairs, however a central government has control over national decisions, foreign affairs, etc.

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average

average

/ˈævɝɪdʒ/, /ˈævɹədʒ/, /ˈævɹɪdʒ/
adjective
calculated by adding a set of numbers together and dividing this amount by the total number of amounts in that set

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basic

basic

/ˈbeɪsɪk/
adjective
forming or being the necessary part of something

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multiple

multiple

/ˈməɫtəpəɫ/
adjective
great in number; involving many
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Where you could be on webcam with multiple people and you could watch YouTube videos and Netflix.

I talked about community contribution very well on the channel multiple times.

Number three, and this is kind of multiple things.

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successful

successful

/səkˈsɛsfəɫ/
adjective
getting the results wanted or hoped
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We may not hear about them, but ordinary people can be successful, too.

They were inclined to believe that they would be successful in life if they worked hard.

However, most searches are not successful.

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terrible

terrible

/ˈtɛɹəbəɫ/
adjective
extremely bad; very unpleasant
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Nearly 200 years later, scientists learned that bacteria were linked to many of the terrible diseases that humans suffered from.

He will suffer terrible stomach pains.

He's a terrible old fool.

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key

key

/ˈki/
adjective
essential and highly important

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financial

financial

/ˌfaɪˈnænʃəɫ/, /fəˈnænʃəɫ/, /fɪˈnænʃəɫ/
adjective
related to money or its management
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The obvious superiority of their search engine quickly attracted financial backing.

He's the manager, and looks after all financial matters.

I'm going less just because of financial things, mostly.

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cheap

cheap

/ˈtʃip/
adjective
costing little money or less money than we expected; low in price

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