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bed

bed

/ˈbɛd/
noun
a piece of furniture with a frame, four legs and a mattress that people can sleep on

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window

window

/ˈwɪndoʊ/
noun
an open space covered with glass in the wall of a house or at the side of a car that we use to watch outside or get some fresh air

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battery

battery

/ˈbætɝi/
noun
an object that turns chemical energy to electricity to give power to a device or machine

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material

material

/məˈtɪɹiəɫ/
noun
a substance from which things can be made

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applause

applause

/əˈpɫɔz/
noun
the noise people make by clapping, and sometimes shouting, in order to express their enjoyment or approval
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They are very aware of the applause of their fans.

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evidence

evidence

/ˈɛvədəns/
noun
anything that proves the truth or validity of something, such as facts, objects, or signs

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call

call

/ˈkɔɫ/
noun
the act of talking to someone on the phone; an instance of trying to contact someone by the phone

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attack

attack

/əˈtæk/
noun
an act of violence or aggression against a place or a person

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support

support

/səˈpɔɹt/
noun
sympathy and assistance that one provides for someone who is facing a difficult or unfortunate situation
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The most important advantage is the support and assistance of the franchiser.

The de Vere theory gained a lot of support after 1991.

but then I got this one because it has a lot more support than the other one that I had.

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photo

photo

/ˈfoʊˌtoʊ/
noun
an image captured by a camera
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The data included photos of people previously arrested for stealing, causing fights, and other illegal activities.

Profiles can include photos, quotes, inside jokes, and lists of their favorite bands and TV shows.

If not, then should we ban photos taken through microscopes?

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art

art

/ˈɑɹt/
noun
the use of creativity and imagination to express emotions and ideas by making things like paintings, sculptures, music, etc.

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population

population

/ˌpɑpjəˈɫeɪʃən/
noun
the number of people who live in a particular city or country

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machine

machine

/məˈʃin/
noun
any piece of mechanical, electric, or electronic equipment that performs a particular task

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account

account

/əˈkaʊnt/
noun
an arrangement according to which a bank keeps and protects someone's money that can be taken out or added to

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skill

skill

/ˈskɪɫ/
noun
an ability to do something well, especially after training
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His language skills are poorly developed, and he doesn't speak in full sentences.

His speaking and listening skills are poor, but in school he is good at math and spelling.

We don't really have time dealing with random people coming up to us and trying to show off their signing skills.

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training

training

/ˈtɹeɪnɪŋ/
noun
the process during which someone learns the skills needed in order to do a particular job
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Companies will not hire someone with insufficient training or without a degree.

His new mommy had medical professional training and it's a really good fit.

They learn the skills they will need through education or training.

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cost

cost

/ˈkɑst/, /ˈkɔst/
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an amount we pay to buy, do or make something

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industry

industry

/ˈɪndəstɹi/
noun
the manufacture of goods using raw materials, particularly in factories

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nature

nature

/ˈneɪtʃɝ/
noun
everything that exists or happens on the earth, excluding ones that are made or controlled by human beings

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speed

speed

/ˈspid/
noun
the rate or pace at which something or someone moves

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mile

mile

/ˈmaɪɫ/
noun
a unit of measuring length equal to 1.6 kilometers or 1760 yards

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truth

truth

/ˈtɹuθ/
noun
the true principles or facts about something, in contrast to what is imagined or thought
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But "doctoring" is a slippery concept, and photographic truth is an illusion.

And please tell the truth.'

Now tell me the truth, Jane,' she said. '

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quality

quality

/ˈkwɑɫəti/
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the grade, level, or standard of something's excellence measured against other things

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leader

leader

/ˈɫidɝ/
noun
a person who leads or commands others
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The title company president clearly refers to the leader of a company.

The leader of a group of people almost always has a title.

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culture

culture

/ˈkəɫtʃɝ/
noun
the general ideas, customs and the way of life in a particular society or group

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