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site

site

/ˈsaɪt/
noun
an area of land on which something is, was, or will be constructed

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advantage

advantage

/ædˈvæntɪdʒ/
noun
a condition that gives a person a better position

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bank

bank

/ˈbæŋk/
noun
a financial institution that keeps and lends money and provides other financial services

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hole

hole

/ˈhoʊɫ/
noun
an empty space in the body or surface of something solid

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front

front

/ˈfɹənt/
noun
the side or part of an object that faces forward; or one that is normally seen first

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cake

cake

/ˈkeɪk/
noun
a sweet food made by baking a mixture of flour, butter, sugar, eggs and other ingredients in an oven

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connection

connection

/kəˈnɛkʃən/
noun
a relation by which things or people are associated or linked

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economy

economy

/iˈkɑnəmi/, /ɪˈkɑnəmi/
noun
the system in which money, goods, and services are produced or distributed in a country or region
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One factor was that the U.S. economy was expanding.

Soon the Chinese economy was growing.

This brought money into the Chinese economy.

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flavor

flavor

/ˈfɫeɪvɝ/
noun
the specific taste that a type of food or drink has

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performance

performance

/pɝˈfɔɹməns/
noun
the act of presenting something such as a play, piece of music, etc. for entertainment

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tooth

tooth

/ˈtuθ/
noun
any of the hard white structures in the mouth used for biting and chewing food or for attacking and defensing
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He brushes his teeth and climbs into bed.

It could be molded to fit individual mouths, and it could securely hold artificial teeth.

Today, dental implantation is available for people who need to replace one or several teeth.

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method

method

/ˈmɛθəd/
noun
a specific way or process of doing something, particularly an established or systematic one
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Soil is not needed if another method is used to maintain a plant's vertical growth pattern.

They have evolved excellent methods of staying hidden.

Using this method, ants follow the shortest paths between their nest and nearby food sources.

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gas

gas

/ˈɡæs/
noun
the state of a substance that is neither solid nor liquid

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floor

floor

/ˈfɫɔɹ/
noun
the surface of a room that we walk on

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college

college

/ˈkɑɫɪdʒ/
noun
(in the US) a university in which people can study in order to obtain a degree after they have finished school
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She mastered the use of her new arm and entered college.

Many people assume that college freshmen pick their dormitory roommates, as upperclassmen are allowed to do.

Very few colleges allow incoming freshmen any choice in dorm-room assignments.

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trial

trial

/ˈtɹaɪəɫ/, /ˈtɹaɪɫ/
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a legal process examining the evidence of a case in court by a judge and jury and deciding if the accused is guilty

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knowledge

knowledge

/ˈnɑɫədʒ/, /ˈnɑɫɪdʒ/
noun
understanding of or information about a subject after studying and experiencing it
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They exploitthat is, take advantage ofopportunities to broaden their knowledge through experience and observation.

The principles of hydroponics are simple, and very little special knowledge or equipment is needed to achieve success.

This may be due to increased knowledge about health and technology.

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property

property

/ˈpɹɑpɝti/
noun
a thing or all the things that a person owns

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plane

plane

/ˈpɫeɪn/
noun
a winged flying vehicle driven by one or more engines

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document

document

/ˈdɑkjəmɛnt/, /ˈdɑkjumɛnt/
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a computer file, book, or a piece of paper that gives information about something

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diet

diet

/ˈdaɪət/
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the types of food or drink that people or animals usually consume

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speech

speech

/ˈspitʃ/
noun
a formal talk about a particular topic given to an audience

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reaction

reaction

/ɹiˈækʃən/
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an action, thought, or feeling in response to something that has happened

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network

network

/ˈnɛtˌwɝk/
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a number of interconnected electronic devices such as computers that form a system so that data can be shared

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sale

sale

/ˈseɪɫ/
noun
the act of selling something

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