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to overcome

to overcome

/ˈoʊvɝˌkəm/
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to solve, defeat or take control of something difficult

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to bother

to bother

/ˈbɑðɝ/
verb
to cause someone to feel worried, upset, or irritated

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to hunt

to hunt

/ˈhənt/
verb
to pursue wild animals in order to kill or catch them, for sport or food

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to complain

to complain

/kəmˈpɫeɪn/
verb
to express one's annoyance, unhappiness, or dissatisfaction about something

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to explode

to explode

/ɪksˈpɫoʊd/
verb
to break apart violently and noisily in a way that causes destruction

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to swim

to swim

/ˈswɪm/
verb
to move through water by moving parts of the body, especially the limbs

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to collapse

to collapse

/kəˈɫæps/
verb
(of a construction) to fall down suddenly, particularly due to being damaged or weak

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to honor

to honor

/ˈɑnɝ/
verb
to show a lot of respect for someone or something

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to fry

to fry

/ˈfɹaɪ/
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to cook in hot oil or fat

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to exercise

to exercise

/ˈɛksɝˌsaɪz/
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to do physical activities or sports to stay healthy and become stronger

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to infect

to infect

/ˌɪnˈfɛkt/
verb
to transmit a disease to a person, animal, or plant

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to delete

to delete

/dɪˈɫit/
verb
to remove a piece of data from a computer or smartphone

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to negotiate

to negotiate

/nəˈɡoʊʃiˌeɪt/, /nɪˈɡoʊʃiˌeɪt/
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to discuss the terms of an agreement or try to reach one

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to attend

to attend

/əˈtɛnd/
verb
to be present at a meeting, event, conference, etc.
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Do you wish you attended a residential school?

They attended this workshop and they were sitting, of course, in the way back.

It's for everyone who attends.

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to weigh

to weigh

/ˈweɪ/
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to have a specific weight

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to convert

to convert

/ˈkɑnvɝt/, /kənˈvɝt/
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to change the form, purpose, character, etc. of something

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to impact

to impact

/ˈɪmpækt/, /ˌɪmˈpækt/
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to have an influence on something or someone

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to shut

to shut

/ˈʃət/
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to close something

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to damage

to damage

/ˈdæmədʒ/, /ˈdæmɪdʒ/
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to physically harm someone or something

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to eliminate

to eliminate

/ɪˈɫɪməˌneɪt/
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to fully remove or get rid of something

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to accompany

to accompany

/əˈkəmpəni/
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to go with someone somewhere

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to guide

to guide

/ˈɡaɪd/
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to direct or influence someone's motivation or behavior
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Perhaps you could lend me a servant to guide me back to the Grange?'

Use clear directions to describe surroundings when guiding.

Their offices have prepared guides to using profiles wisely.

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to ruin

to ruin

/ˈɹuən/, /ˈɹuɪn/
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to cause severe damage or harm to something, usually in an irreparable way

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to demand

to demand

/dɪˈmænd/
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to ask something from someone in an urgent and forceful manner

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to excuse

to excuse

/ɪkˈskjus/, /ɪkˈskjuz/
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to forgive someone for making a mistake, etc.

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