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over

over

/ˈoʊvɝ/
adverb
across from one side to the other

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at least

at least

/æt lˈiːst/
adverb
not smaller than the stated quantity, and possibly more

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away

away

/əˈweɪ/
adverb
toward a different location and direction; having some distance between two people or objects

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yet

yet

/ˈjɛt/
adverb
up until the present time; up to now

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in

in

/ˈɪn/, /ɪn/
adverb
into or inside of a place, object, or area

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out

out

/ˈaʊt/
adverb
moving or seeming to move away from a specific place, especially a concealed or enclosed one

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ago

ago

/əˈɡoʊ/
adverb
used to show when something happened in the past

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around

around

/ɝˈaʊn/, /ɝˈaʊnd/
adverb
approximately or roughly

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down

down

/ˈdaʊn/
adverb
at or toward a lower level or position

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up

up

/ˈəp/
adverb
at or toward a higher level or position

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definitely

definitely

/ˈdɛfənətɫi/
adverb
in a certain or definite way
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It's definitely difficult to do things.

So the whole pointing at someone is definitely a big no-no in the hearing world.

I am definitely not.

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before

before

/ˌbiˈfɔɹ/, /bɪˈfɔɹ/
adverb
at an earlier time

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especially

especially

/əˈspɛʃəɫi/, /əˈspɛʃɫi/
adverb
used for showing that what we are saying is related to one thing or person more than others
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The technology is especially useful in supermarkets.

However, a bar code system is especially useful in supermarkets.

It was especially vulnerable to fraud on the Internet, since no face-to-face contact occurred.

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quite

quite

/ˈkwaɪt/
adverb
fully and completely; to a great extent

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however

however

/ˌhaʊˈɛvɝ/
adverb
used to add a statement that contradicts what was just mentioned

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though

though

/ˈðoʊ/
adverb
used to introduce a statement that makes the previous one less strong and therefore surprising

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enough

enough

/iˈnəf/, /ɪˈnəf/
adverb
to a degree or extent that is sufficient or necessary
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If medical treatment is started soon enough, sick individuals can be cured.

They want to grow just enough to supply their families with fresh tomatoes and carrots, for example.

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usually

usually

/ˈjuʒəɫi/, /ˈjuʒəwəɫi/
adverb
generally; in most situations or on most occasions; under normal conditions
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Movies are usually labeled as the work of the actors or director.

The share price depends on how certain investors are that these gains will materializeand uncertainty usually is enough to keep prices within reason.

Employees with a higher status are usually paid a higher salary.

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soon

soon

/ˈsun/
adverb
just after something else has happened or in a short time from now
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Soon everyone agreed that phrenology was not a science after all.

If medical treatment is started soon enough, sick individuals can be cured.

As soon as Eduard and Susan arrived at the theater, they realized that they had forgotten the tickets.

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completely

completely

/kəmˈpɫitɫi/
adverb
to the greatest amount or extent possible; fully
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The treatment is completely free, even for people with no health insurance.

I completely forgot my fears and rushed into his room.

I wish he would die, and then I could forget him completely!' '

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finally

finally

/ˈfaɪnəɫi/
adverb
after a long time, usually when there has been some difficulty

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rather

rather

/ˈɹæðɝ/, /ˈɹəðɝ/
adverb
to some extent or degree

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fast

fast

/ˈfæst/
adverb
in a rapid or quick way

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obviously

obviously

/ˈɑbviəsɫi/
adverb
in a way that is easily understandable or noticeable
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Obviously his leg hurt him, and he sat down quickly. '

He was obviously dying, although Heathcliff refused to call the doctor.

Obviously, this is something that's very important to me.

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quickly

quickly

/ˈkwɪkɫi/
adverb
with much speed; in a manner that is fast

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