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/ˈɪŋɡlɪʃ/
adjective
belonging or relating to England, its people, or language

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equal

equal

/ˈikwəɫ/
adjective
having the same amount, size, quantity, etc.

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soft

soft

/ˈsɑft/, /ˈsɔft/
adjective
easily changing shape when touched; not firm or hard to the touch

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past

past

/ˈpæst/
adjective
existing before the present time

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foreign

foreign

/ˈfɑɹən/, /ˈfɔɹən/
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in, from, or characteristic of a country or language other than one's own

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useful

useful

/ˈjusfəɫ/
adjective
helpful in doing or accomplishing something

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national

national

/ˈnæʃənəɫ/, /ˈnæʃnəɫ/
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relating to a particular nation or country

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tough

tough

/ˈtəf/
adjective
difficult to achieve or deal with

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bright

bright

/ˈbɹaɪt/
adjective
shining strongly; emitting or reflecting a lot of light

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giant

giant

/ˈdʒaɪənt/
adjective
extremely large in size or importance
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Most small independent businesses couldn't compete with the giant chains and eventually failed.

They mounted a GPS antenna, shaped like a giant mushroom, on the roof of the car.

We want to see the giant tortoises on Isabela.

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warm

warm

/ˈwɔɹm/
adjective
high in temperature, in a pleasant way and not hot

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unique

unique

/juˈnik/
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being one of a kind, with no equal

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massive

massive

/ˈmæsɪv/
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extremely large, heavy, or solid

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fresh

fresh

/ˈfɹɛʃ/
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new or different and not formerly known or used

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recent

recent

/ˈɹisənt/
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not long ago; having happened, started, or been done only a short time ago

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alive

alive

/əˈɫaɪv/
adjective
not dead; living

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very

very

/ˈvɛɹi/
adjective
used to emphasize that one is talking about the exact same person or thing and not about anyone or anything else
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He was very familiar with England's noble families.

It can go very fast if the rider has enough energy to pedal hard.

A Segway race would not be very interesting.

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clean

clean

/ˈkɫin/
adjective
not dirty; free from dirt, marks, impurities, or stains

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afraid

afraid

/əˈfɹeɪd/
adjective
frightened or scared of something or someone; feeling fear

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fair

fair

/ˈfɛɹ/
adjective
relatively large in number, amount, or size

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willing

willing

/ˈwɪɫɪŋ/
adjective
eager, interested, or ready to do something

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comfortable

comfortable

/ˈkəmfɝtəbəɫ/
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feeling physically relaxed and free from stress, fear, or constraint

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wide

wide

/ˈwaɪd/
adjective
having a large length from side to side

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effective

effective

/ˈifɛktɪv/, /ɪˈfɛktɪv/
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achieving the intended or desired result

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traditional

traditional

/tɹəˈdɪʃənəɫ/
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belonging to the way of life or customs of a specific society or group of people, which have stayed the same for a long period of time

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