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the media
/ˈmidiə/
noun
the ways through which people receive information such as newspapers, television, etc.
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to quiz
/ˈkwɪz/
verb
to test someone's knowledge or understanding of a topic in a formal or informal setting
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to tip
/ˈtɪp/
verb
to predict the likelihood of winning or achieving something
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to wed
/ˈwed/
verb
to legally become someone's wife or husband
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to split
/ˈspɫɪt/
verb
to separate and go in different directions
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to marry
/ˈmɛɹi/
verb
to become someone's husband or wife
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headline
/ˈhɛdˌɫaɪn/
noun
the large words in the upper part of a page of a newspaper, article, etc.
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to back
/ˈbæk/
verb
to support someone or something
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to hit
/ˈhɪt/
verb
to affect someone or something, especially in a bad way
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to clash
/ˈkɫæʃ/
verb
to be different from each other, resulting in incompatibility or disagreement
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to vow
/ˈvaʊ/
verb
to make a sincere promise to do or not do something particular
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to bid
/ˈbɪd/
verb
to try to achieve something
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to row
/ˈɹoʊ/
verb
‌to have a noisy argument
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journalist
/ˈdʒɝnəɫəst/, /ˈdʒɝnəɫɪst/
noun
someone who prepares news to be broadcast or writes for newspapers, magazines, or news websites
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agony aunt
/ˈæɡəni ˈænt/
noun
someone whose job involves giving answers and advice to people's questions and troubles in a dedicated newspaper column or magazine
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commentator
/ˈkɑmənˌteɪtɝ/
noun
someone who writes or talks about the events of the day or a particular subject in a newspaper or on a social platform or TV
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critic
/ˈkɹɪtɪk/
noun
someone who gives their personal standpoint of a movie, play, etc. as a job
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editor
/ˈɛdətɝ/, /ˈɛdɪtɝ/
noun
someone who is in charge of a newspaper agency, magazine, etc. and decides what should be published
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freelance
/ˈfɹiˌɫæns/
noun
an individual who works independently without having a long-term contract with companies
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newsreader
/nˈuːzɹiːdɚ/
noun
a presenter who reads the news during a TV or radio program
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paparazzi
/ˌpɑpɑˈɹɔˌzi/
noun
freelance photographers who aggressively pursue and take pictures of celebrities, often in invasive or intrusive ways
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presenter
/ˈpɹɛzəntɝ/, /pɹiˈzɛntɝ/
noun
someone who formally gives a person an award, prize, degree, etc. at an event or ceremony
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reporter
/ɹɪˈpɔɹtɝ/
noun
a person who gathers and reports news or does interviews for a newspaper, TV or radio station, etc.
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sensational
/sɛnˈseɪʃənəɫ/
adjective
causing people to experience great interest, shock, curiosity, or excitement
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biased
/ˈbaɪəst/
adjective
tending to be for or against someone or something in an unfair way
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objective
/əbˈdʒɛktɪv/
adjective
based only on facts and not influenced by personal feelings or judgments
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accurate
/ˈækjɝət/
adjective
(of measurements, information, etc.) entirely precise and exact in all details, and without any mistakes
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censored
/ˈsɛnsɝd/
adjective
(of books, movies, etc.) undergone the removal of the parts that were against a government's political, moral, or religious standards
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ax
/æks/
noun
a tool with a long wooden handle attached to a heavy steel or iron blade, primarily used for chopping wood and cutting down trees
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