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opposite
/ˈɑpəzət/, /ˈɑpzət/
adjective
on the other side of an area when seen from a particular vantage point
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antonym
/ˈæntənˌɪm/
noun
a word or phrase that has an opposite or contrasting meaning to another word or phrase
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prefix
/ˈpɹifɪks/
noun
(grammar) a letter or a set of letters that are added to the beginning of a word to alter its meaning and make a new word
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reliable
/ɹiˈɫaɪəbəɫ/, /ɹɪˈɫaɪəbəɫ/
adjective
able to be relied on or trusted
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credible
/ˈkɹɛdəbəɫ/
adjective
able to be believed or relied on
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probable
/ˈpɹɑbəbəɫ/
adjective
with a high possibility to happen or be true but not certain
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honest
/ˈɑnəst/
adjective
telling the truth and having no intention of cheating or stealing
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legal
/ˈɫiɡəɫ/
adjective
related to the law
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responsible
/ɹiˈspɑnsəbəɫ/
adjective
(of a person) having an obligation to do something or to take care of someone or something as part of one's job or role
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abused
/əbˈjuzd/
adjective
having been subjected to excessive use or mistreatment, resulting in damage or wear
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disused
/dɪsjˈuːzd/
adjective
previously in use but is now abandoned, neglected, or no longer in operation
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unused
/ənˈjuzd/
adjective
referring to something that has not been used
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misused
/mɪsˈjuzd/
adjective
describing something that has been used improperly or inappropriately
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overuse
/ˌoʊvɝˈjuz/
noun
the excessive use of something, often resulting in negative consequences or adverse effects
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to underuse
/ˌəndɝˈjuz/
verb
to utilize something inadequately or insufficiently, resulting in it not being fully utilized or not reaching its full potential
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fake
/ˈfeɪk/
adjective
made or intended to be like the original or real version of something
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to like
/ˈɫaɪk/
verb
to feel that someone or something is good, enjoyable, or interesting
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tiny
/ˈtaɪni/
adjective
extremely small
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happiness
/ˈhæpinəs/
noun
the feeling of being happy and well
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guilty
/ˈɡɪɫti/
adjective
at fault for an illegal act or something bad that has happened
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safe
/ˈseɪf/
adjective
being without danger or harm
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to allow
/əˈɫaʊ/
verb
to let someone or something do a particular thing
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to improve
/ˌɪmˈpɹuv/
verb
to make a person or thing better
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sincere
/sɪnˈsɪɹ/
adjective
(of statements, feelings, beliefs, or behavior) showing what is true and honest, based on one's real opinions or feelings
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success
/səkˈsɛs/
noun
the fact of reaching or achieving what one tried for or desired
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to mature
/məˈtʃʊɹ/, /mətˈjʊɹ/
verb
to develop mentally, physically, and emotionally
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to encourage
/ɛnˈkɝɪdʒ/, /ɪnˈkɝədʒ/
verb
to provide someone with support, hope, or confidence
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generous
/ˈdʒɛnɝəs/
adjective
showing a willingness or willing to freely give money, spend time, etc. with others
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to appear
/əˈpɪɹ/
verb
to become visible and noticeable
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tough
/ˈtəf/
adjective
difficult to achieve or deal with
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clear
/ˈkɫɪɹ/
adjective
without clouds or mist
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clear conscience
phrase
knowledge that gives someone relief as they did nothing wrong and should not feel guilty
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fair
/feɹ/
adjective
(of skin or hair) very light in color
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hard
/ˈhɑɹd/
adjective
not easily cut, bent, or broken; firm and solid
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mattress
/ˈmætɹəs/
noun
the part of a bed made of soft material on which a person sleeps
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hard
/ˈhɑɹd/
adjective
needing a lot of skill or effort to do
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live
/ˈɫɪv/
adjective
currently alive, not dead or artificial
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animal
/ˈænəməɫ/
noun
a living thing, like a cat or a dog, that can move and needs food to stay alive, but not a plant or a human
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live
/lʌɪv/
adjective
receiving a broadcast at the time of happening
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concert
/ˈkɑnsɝt/, /kənˈsɝt/
noun
a public performance by musicians or singers
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light
/ˈɫaɪt/
adjective
(of sound) having little volume or intensity
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evidence
/ˈɛvədəns/
noun
anything that proves the truth or validity of something, such as facts, objects, or signs
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fiction
/ˈfɪkʃən/
noun
a deliberately false or improbable account
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bias
/ˈbaɪəs/
noun
an unfair behavior that favors or discriminates against someone or something
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fabrication
/ˌfæbɹɪˈkeɪʃən/
noun
the act of deliberately creating or inventing false information or stories, often with the intention to deceive or mislead
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real
/ˈɹiɫ/
adjective
not imaginary, but rather capable of being perceived by the senses
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bogus
/ˈboʊɡəs/
adjective
not authentic or true, despite attempting to make it seem so
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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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fake
/ˈfeɪk/
adjective
intentionally misleading or deceptive
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doubtful
/ˈdaʊtfəɫ/
adjective
improbable or unlikely to happen or be the case
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fact
/ˈfækt/
noun
something that is known to be true or real, especially when it can be proved
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fantasist
/fˈæntɐsˌɪst/
noun
a person who indulges in or creates fantasies or unrealistic imaginings, often to escape from reality or to embellish their own experiences or achievements
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exaggeration
/ɪɡˌzædʒɝˈeɪʃən/
noun
the act of presenting something as larger, more significant, or more extreme than it actually is, often for emphasis or dramatic effect
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prejudice
/ˈpɹɛdʒədɪs/
noun
an unreasonable opinion or judgment based on dislike felt for a person, group, etc., particularly because of their race, sex, etc.
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reliable
/ɹiˈɫaɪəbəɫ/, /ɹɪˈɫaɪəbəɫ/
adjective
based on sound reasoning or evidence and can be trusted to be accurate
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conspiracy theory
/kənspɪɹəsi θiəɹi/
noun
a belief or explanation that suggests a secret group or organization is responsible for an event, often involving illegal or dishonest activities
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lousy
/ˈɫaʊzi/
adjective
describing something that is perceived as being of very low quality, unpleasant, or objectionable
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tropical
/ˈtɹɑpɪkəɫ/
adjective
situated in or from the hottest parts of the world at the sides of the equator
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awful
/ˈɑfəɫ/, /ˈɔfəɫ/
adjective
extremely unpleasant, bad, or disagreeable
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delicious
/dɪˈɫɪʃəs/
adjective
having a good taste
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small
/ˈsmɔɫ/
adjective
little or below average in size, amount, degree, etc.
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boring
/ˈbɔɹɪŋ/
adjective
making us feel tired and unsatisfied because of not being interesting
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stale
/ˈsteɪɫ/
adjective
(of food, particularly cake and bread) not fresh anymore, due to exposure to air or prolonged storage
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stingy
/ˈstɪndʒi/
adjective
unwilling to spend or give away money or resources
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how come
sentence
used to ask for an explanation or reason for something
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vegetarian
/ˌvɛdʒəˈtɛˌɹiən/
noun
someone who avoids eating meat or fish
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vegan
/ˈvɛɡən/
noun
someone who does not consume or use anything that is produced from animals, such as meat, milk, or eggs
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insomniac
/ˌɪnˈsɑmniˌæk/
noun
someone who has persistent difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or getting quality sleep
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teetotaler
/ˌtiˌtoʊˈteɪɫɝ/
noun
someone who completely avoids alcohol consumption due to personal choice, religion, or other reasons
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pacifist
/ˈpæsɪfɪst/
noun
an individual who is against war and violence as a way to settle disagreements or conflicts
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atheist
/ˈeɪθiəst/
noun
someone who does not believe in the existence of God or gods
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xenophobe
/zɛnəfoʊb/
noun
someone who has an irrational fear, aversion, or hostility towards people or things perceived as foreign or different, often resulting in prejudice or discrimination
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anti-royalist
/ˈæntaɪɹɔɪəlɪst/
noun
someone who opposes or rejects the institution of monarchy, often advocating for its abolition
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technophobe
/ˈtɛknoʊˌfoʊb/
noun
someone who is resistant or apprehensive towards technology, often avoiding or expressing fear or aversion towards its use or adoption
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environmentalist
/ɪnˌvaɪɹənˈmɛnəɫɪst/, /ɪnˌvaɪɹənˈmɛntəɫɪst/
noun
a person who is concerned with the environment and tries to protect it
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hypocrite
/ˈhɪpəˌkɹɪt/
noun
someone who pretends to have virtues or beliefs they do not practice, often contradicting their own stated values or engaging in deceptive behavior
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