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to promote

to promote

/pɹəˈmoʊt/
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to move to a higher position or rank

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to deserve

to deserve

/dɪˈzɝv/
verb
to do a particular thing or have the qualities needed for being punished or rewarded
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You deserve it!

You deserve a better burger for what they just put you through.

People, if they want access to certain people, they deserve it.

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to oppose

to oppose

/əˈpoʊz/
verb
to strongly disagree with a policy, plan, idea, etc. and try to put an end to it

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to shape

to shape

/ˈʃeɪp/
verb
to give something a particular form

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to relax

to relax

/ɹiˈɫæks/, /ɹɪˈɫæks/
verb
to feel less worried or stressed; to be less active

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to emerge

to emerge

/ˈimɝdʒ/, /ɪˈmɝdʒ/
verb
to become visible after coming out of somewhere

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to flow

to flow

/ˈfɫoʊ/
verb
to move continuously, steadily, and easily in one direction, especially in a current or stream

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to rest

to rest

/ˈɹɛst/
verb
to stop working, moving, or doing an activity for a period of time and sit or lie down to relax

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to shout

to shout

/ˈʃaʊt/
verb
to speak in a loud voice, especially when we are angry or when we cannot hear what the other person is saying

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to defend

to defend

/dɪˈfɛnd/
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to not let any harm come to someone or something

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to engage

to engage

/ɛnˈɡeɪdʒ/
verb
to take part in an activity

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to yell

to yell

/ˈjɛɫ/
verb
to shout very loudly
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"Run!" yells the team coach.

Yell at them.

This was before I switched to veganism - don't yell at me.

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to knock

to knock

/ˈnɑk/
verb
to hit a door, surface, etc. in a way to attract attention, especially expecting it to be opened

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to predict

to predict

/pɹiˈdɪkt/, /pɹɪˈdɪkt/
verb
to say that something is going to happen before it actually takes place

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to mind

to mind

/ˈmaɪnd/
verb
(especially used in negative or question form) to be upset, annoyed or worried by something or someone

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to heal

to heal

/ˈhiɫ/
verb
to become healthy again

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to extend

to extend

/ɪkˈstɛnd/
verb
to enlarge or lengthen something

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to track

to track

/ˈtɹæk/
verb
to follow someone or something by examining the marks they leave behind in order to catch them or know what they are doing

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to indicate

to indicate

/ˈɪndəˌkeɪt/
verb
to represent something; to suggest that something is likely

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to mark

to mark

/ˈmɑɹk/
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to leave a sign, line, etc. on something

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to wrap

to wrap

/ˈɹæp/
verb
to cover an object in paper or other soft fabric

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to split

to split

/ˈspɫɪt/
verb
to divide or cause to divide into smaller parts or groups

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to waste

to waste

/ˈweɪst/
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to use something without care or more than needed

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to interact

to interact

/ˌɪnɝˈækt/, /ˌɪntɝˈækt/
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to communicate with others, particularly while spending time with them

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to state

to state

/ˈsteɪt/
verb
to formally express something in speech or writing, especially in a clear way

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