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file

file

/ˈfaɪɫ/
noun
a collection of data stored together in a computer, under a particular name

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talk

talk

/ˈtɔk/
noun
a discussion or conversation

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path

path

/ˈpæθ/
noun
a way or track that is built or is made by people walking over the same ground
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Meanwhile, many cities are creating new bicycle paths and street traffic lanes to encourage people to ride bicycles.

Jobs in the fact-checking department at the magazine became a desirable path to high-level editorial jobs.

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

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growth

growth

/ˈɡɹoʊθ/
noun
the process of physical, mental, or emotional development

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stress

stress

/ˈstɹɛs/
noun
a feeling of anxiety and worry caused by different life problems

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weapon

weapon

/ˈwɛpən/
noun
an object that can physically harm someone or something, such as a gun, bomb, knife, etc.

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gold

gold

/ˈɡoʊɫd/
noun
a valuable yellow-colored metal that is used for making jewelry

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noise

noise

/ˈnɔɪz/
noun
sounds that are usually unwanted or loud

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treatment

treatment

/ˈtɹitmənt/
noun
an action that is done to relieve pain or cure a disease or an illness

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trade

trade

/ˈtɹeɪd/
noun
the activity of exchanging goods or services

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cancer

cancer

/ˈkænsɝ/
noun
a serious disease caused by the uncontrolled growth of cells in a part of the body that may spread to other parts

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the ocean

the ocean

/ˈoʊʃən/
noun
the great mass of salt water that covers most of the Earth’s surface

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move

move

/ˈmuv/
noun
something that one does or needs to do in order to accomplish something
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When attached to the motors, Frubber moves and wrinkles just like human skin.

As the earth turns each day, the sun appears to move across the sky.

She turns the pedals with her feet to make the bicycle move forward.

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fruit

fruit

/ˈfɹut/
noun
something that grows on a plant, tree, or bush that contains seeds or a stone, and can be eaten as food

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vaccine

vaccine

/ˌvækˈsin/
noun
a substance, often administered through needle injections, that stimulates the body's immune response against harmful diseases
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Numerous new vaccines with major potential for improving health in developing countries have been produced since 2002.

This plan promotes the discovery and development of vaccines as well as their delivery to the world's poorest countries.

For example, severe allergic reactions result at a rate of one for every 100,000 doses of measles vaccine.

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ear

ear

/ˈiɹ/, /ˈɪɹ/
noun
the organ of hearing; each of the two organs on either side of the head used for hearing

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perspective

perspective

/pɝˈspɛktɪv/
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a specific manner of considering something; a certain attitude toward something

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partner

partner

/ˈpɑɹtnɝ/
noun
the person that we are married to or having a romantic relationship with

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cup

cup

/ˈkəp/
noun
a small bowl-shaped container, usually with a handle, that we use for drinking tea, coffee, etc.

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belief

belief

/bɪˈɫif/
noun
a strong feeling of certainty that something or someone exists or is true; a strong feeling that something or someone is right or good
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Their old beliefs about illness may conflict with modern attempts to cure or prevent malaria.

The belief that continents have not always been in their present positions was common long before the 20th century.

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break

break

/ˈbɹeɪk/
noun
a rest from the work or activity we usually do

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mission

mission

/ˈmɪʃən/
noun
an important task that people are assigned to do, particularly one that involves travel abroad

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subject

subject

/ˈsəbdʒɪkt/, /səbˈdʒɛkt/
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someone or something that is being described, discussed, or dealt with

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technique

technique

/tɛkˈnik/
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a specific method of carrying out an activity that requires special skills

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client

client

/ˈkɫaɪənt/
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a person or organization that pays for the services of a company or recommendations of a professional
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The clients differ mainly in how they choose to present the data.

You've had deaf clients and interpreters come to you before and you talk through your mask.

I am your client.

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