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Headway - Pre-intermediate - Unit 10

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Headway - Pre-intermediate
business card
[noun]
a small card that contains contact information for a person or company, used to share and promote professional connections
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business deal
[noun]
an agreement or transaction between parties, often involving the exchange of goods, services, or money for mutual benefit or profit
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business game
[noun]
a competitive activity involving strategic decision-making within a business context
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football game
[noun]
a contest between two teams competing against each other using a ball, typically kicked or carried, depending on the specific type of football being played
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football team
[noun]
a group of players who play football together, following the sport's rules and aiming to score goals
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ground
[noun]
a designated area for sports or games
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phone card
[noun]
a prepaid card or voucher that can be used to make telephone calls, typically from public payphones or other telecommunication devices
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phone number
[noun]
the number used for calling someone's phone
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phone call
[noun]
the act of speaking to someone or trying to reach them on the phone
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computer game
[noun]
a game designed to be played on a computer
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computer virus
[noun]
a harmful software that can replicate and spread without user consent, aiming to disrupt, damage, or gain unauthorized access to computer systems or data
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computer program
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a collection of instructions or code written in a programming language that tells a computer how to perform a specific task or function
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badly
[adverb]
to a great or serious degree or extent
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well
[adverb]
in a way that is right, good, or satisfactory
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well-known
[adjective]
having gained great fame or recognition
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well-paid
[adjective]
(of a job or occupation) providing a high salary or income in comparison to others in the same industry or field
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well-behaved
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behaving in an appropriate and polite manner, particularly of children
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well-dressed
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wearing clothes that are stylish or expensive
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well-done
[adjective]
(of meat) completely cooked in a way that there isn't any pink flesh inside
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equipped
[adjective]
provided with the necessary tools, supplies, resources, or capabilities to perform a particular task or purpose
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to send
[verb]
to have a person, letter, or package physically moved or delivered from one location to another, specifically by mail
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to take
[verb]
to consume a drug, medication, or substance in a specified manner, such as swallowing, inhaling, or injecting
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to take note
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to listen or pay attention carefully to something and remember it for later use
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to take a picture / photo
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to use a device like a camera or cellphone to capture an image of something or someone
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to take time
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to need a significant amount of time to be able to happen, be completed, or achieved
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to make a complaint
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to express dissatisfaction or criticism about something
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to make
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to form, produce, or prepare something, by putting parts together or by combining materials
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to do
[verb]
(dummy verb) to perform an action that is specified by a noun
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to play
[verb]
to take part in a game or activity for fun
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to win
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to become the most successful, the luckiest, or the best in a game, race, fight, etc.
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