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freedom

freedom

/ˈfɹidəm/
noun
the right to act, say, or think as one sees fit without being stopped, controlled, or restricted

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income

income

/ˈɪnˌkəm/
noun
the money that is regularly earned from a job or through an investment
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And to be quite frank, consistent income is what would help.

You can't just make income off YouTube.

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threat

threat

/ˈθɹɛt/
noun
someone or something that is possible to cause danger, trouble, or harm
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Overfishing is one major threat.

Such disabilities were more than an inconvenience for early humans; they were a threat to their existence.

There were supportive comments, and then there were comments with threats.

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soul

soul

/ˈsoʊɫ/
noun
the spiritual part of a person that is believed to be the essence of life in them
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Happy little soul Again the little girl strikes a match on the wall.

I'm sure our souls go there when we die,' she answered firmly. '

I have as much soul and heart as you.

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trick

trick

/ˈtɹɪk/
noun
something that is done to deceive someone else

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investment

investment

/ˌɪnˈvɛsmənt/, /ˌɪnˈvɛstmənt/
noun
the act or process of putting money into something to gain profit

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factor

factor

/ˈfæktɝ/
noun
one of the things that affects something or contributes to it

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supply

supply

/səˈpɫaɪ/
noun
the provided or available amount of something

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location

location

/ɫoʊˈkeɪʃən/
noun
the geographic position of someone or something

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strength

strength

/ˈstɹɛŋkθ/, /ˈstɹɛŋθ/
noun
the quality or state of being physically or mentally strong

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milk

milk

/ˈmɪɫk/
noun
a white liquid rich in fat and protein, produced by cows, goats, or sheep and used as a drink by people

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virus

virus

/ˈvaɪɹəs/
noun
a microscopic agent that causes disease in people, animals, and plants

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suit

suit

/ˈsut/
noun
a set of clothes made of the same material, designed to be worn together, typically including a jacket with pants or a skirt

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vehicle

vehicle

/ˈvihɪkəɫ/, /ˈviɪkəɫ/
noun
a large object with an engine, such as a car or truck, used for transporting people or goods

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wave

wave

/ˈweɪv/
noun
an elevated body of water that floats across the surface of a sea, river, lake, etc.

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restaurant

restaurant

/ˈɹɛsˌtɹɑnt/, /ˈɹɛstɝˌɑnt/
noun
a place where we pay to sit and eat a meal
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There are lots of restaurants there.' '

When he saw that the restaurant had some nice fresh rolls, he asked the waitress for one, and she brought it.

Pizza restaurants, pharmacies, and other small businesses have substituted Segways for trucks to make neighborhood deliveries.

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opinion

opinion

/əˈpɪnjən/
noun
one's feelings or thoughts about a particular subject, rather than a fact

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statement

statement

/ˈsteɪtmənt/
noun
something that is expressed through things one says or writes

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region

region

/ˈɹidʒən/
noun
a large area of land or of the world with specific characteristics, which is usually borderless

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metal

metal

/ˈmɛtəɫ/
noun
a usually solid and hard substance that heat and electricity can move through it, such as gold, iron, etc.

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topic

topic

/ˈtɑpɪk/
noun
a matter that is dealt with in a conversation, text, or study
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Even the extremely popular Cow Parade has been a topic of controversy in a few areas.

My husband, obviously knows, including some co-workers when the topic is broached.

Contextual ads are generalized ads served based on the topic of the video.

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king

king

/ˈkɪŋ/
noun
the male ruler of a territorial unit that has a royal family

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queen

queen

/ˈkwin/
noun
the female ruler of a territorial unit that has a royal family

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salt

salt

/ˈsɔɫt/
noun
a natural, white substance, obtained from mines and also found in seawater that is added to the food to make it taste better or to preserve it

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report

report

/ɹiˈpɔɹt/, /ɹɪˈpɔɹt/
noun
a written or oral description of something that includes pieces of information that someone needs to know
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If a theft is committed, the museum issues a report to local police.

The boss expects you to prepare a sales report for tomorrow's meeting.

'We'll have to print a report on that speech.'

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