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yellow

yellow

/ˈjɛɫoʊ/
adjective
having the color of ripe lemons or egg yolks

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weak

weak

/ˈwik/
adjective
not physically strong; having little energy or physical strength

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extreme

extreme

/ɛkˈstɹim/
adjective
very high in intensity or degree

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straight

straight

/ˈstɹeɪt/
adjective
without a curve, bend, or angle

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concerned

concerned

/kənˈsɝnd/
adjective
describing someone who is worried or anxious

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essential

essential

/ɛˈsɛnʃəɫ/, /iˈsɛnʃəɫ/
adjective
being very important or necessary
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Marketing became even more essential.

You know, get your essential groceries.

And that is really essential to channel growth.

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smooth

smooth

/ˈsmuð/
adjective
having an even surface without any holes or lumps

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mental

mental

/ˈmɛntəɫ/
adjective
of or relating to someone's mind

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proper

proper

/ˈpɹɑpɝ/
adjective
suitable or appropriate for the situation; according to what is required

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surprised

surprised

/səˈpɹaɪzd/, /sɝˈpɹaɪzd/
adjective
feeling or showing surprise or wonder
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Many people are surprised to learn that researchers have discovered a single treatment that has many benefits.

Bob was surprised. '

The boss wasn't surprised. '

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international

international

/ˌɪnɝˈnæʃənəɫ/, /ˌɪntɝˈnæʃənəɫ/
adjective
happening in or between more than one country
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National chains became international chains.

Port cities have grown because international trade has been increasing.

Myth #5: ASL is the only sign language, or sign language is international.

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awake

awake

/əˈweɪk/
adjective
not sleeping; fully conscious and alert

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German

German

/dʒˈɜːmən/
adjective
relating to Germany or its people or language
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When the German company BMW bought the Rolls company in 1998, they were careful to change nothing.

She's German.' '

Did the boy take German lessons?' '

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Russian

Russian

/ɹˈʌʃən/
adjective
relating to Russia or its people or language

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scary

scary

/ˈskɛɹi/
adjective
making us afraid; frightening
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It is scary when you first use it.

This can be very, very scary for someone who is blind.

It's not scary!

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constant

constant

/ˈkɑnstənt/
adjective
happening continuously over a long period of time

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fancy

fancy

/ˈfænsi/
adjective
costing too much; elaborate in structure and with a lot of decorations

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scared

scared

/ˈskɛɹd/
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feeling fear; afraid or frightened of something or someone
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I'm waiting and I got scared.

And I get scared

I'm so scared.

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scientific

scientific

/ˌsaɪənˈtɪfɪk/
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relating to or involving science
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They thought his phrenology map was a scientific way to understand human behavior.

They did not think phrenology was scientific.

Recent scientific data indicate that the Earth is warming.

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quiet

quiet

/ˈkwaɪət/
adjective
(of a person) not talking too much

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sudden

sudden

/ˈsədən/
adjective
taking place unexpectedly or done quickly
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There was a sudden noise and somebody shouted.

It tells the story of the sudden death of a young girl who was a liar.

There was a sudden noise, and blue smoke came out of the ring.

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intense

intense

/ˌɪnˈtɛns/
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very extreme or great

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excellent

excellent

/ˈɛksəɫənt/
adjective
of high quality or really good
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When he finally went on his sleepy way home, Tom felt sure that he had just made an excellent new friend.

The expert confidently stated that it had been sunny with excellent visibility on the day in question.

They have evolved excellent methods of staying hidden.

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loud

loud

/ˈɫaʊd/
adjective
making a lot of noise

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digital

digital

/ˈdɪdʒətəɫ/, /ˈdɪdʒɪtəɫ/
adjective
(of signals or data) storing, using, or relating to data as series of the digits 0 and 1 in electronic signals

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