autonomous
/ɔˈtɑnəməs/
adjective
(of a person) able to do things and make decisions independently
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creepy
/ˈkɹipi/
adjective
strange or unnatural in a way that might cause uneasiness or slight fear
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mean
/ˈmin/
adjective
not willing to spend money or use something; cheap or stingy
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sulky
/sˈʌlki/
adjective
ill-tempered and in a bad mood, tending to sulk
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consistent
/kənˈsɪstənt/
adjective
following the same course of action or behavior over time
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conventional
/kənˈvɛnʃənəɫ/
adjective
(of a person) tending to follow the social norms, or to accept traditional views
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efficient
/ɪˈfɪʃənt/
adjective
(of a person) doing things quickly, right and using resources wisely
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flexible
/ˈfɫɛksəbəɫ/
adjective
ready and able to change and adapt to different conditions
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cooperative
/koʊˈɑpɝˌeɪtɪv/
adjective
willing to work with others to reach a shared goal
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idealistic
/aɪˌdiəˈɫɪstɪk/
adjective
believing that good things can happen or perfection can be achieved, while it is nearly impossible
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tolerant
/ˈtɑɫɝənt/
adjective
showing respect to what other people say or do even when one disagrees with them
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vulnerable
/ˈvəɫnɝəbəɫ/
adjective
prone to harm or abuse, either emotionally or physically; exposed
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industrious
/ˌɪnˈdəstɹiəs/
adjective
hard-working and productive
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even-tempered
/ˈiːvəntˈɛmpɚd/
adjective
usually calm and not easily annoyed
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rebellious
/ɹəˈbɛɫjəs/, /ɹɪˈbɛɫjəs/
adjective
(of a person) not willing to follow rules, standards, or norms accepted by society or people in authority
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insensitive
/ˌɪnˈsɛnsətɪv/, /ˌɪnˈsɛnsɪtɪv/
adjective
not caring about other people's feelings
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clumsy
/ˈkɫəmzi/
adjective
doing things or moving in a way that lacks control and care, usually causing accidents
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passive
/ˈpæsɪv/
adjective
accepting what happens or not opposing what other people do or say
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dissatisfied
/dɪˈsætəsˌfaɪd/
adjective
not pleased or satisfied with something, because it is not as good as we expected; displeased
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arrogant
/ˈɛɹəɡənt/
adjective
having a proud, unpleasant attitude toward others and showing an exaggerated sense of self-importance
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enthusiastic
/ɪnˌθuziˈæstɪk/
adjective
very excited about or interested in someone or something
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sympathetic
/ˌsɪmpəˈθɛtɪk/
adjective
showing care and understanding toward other people, especially when they are not feeling good
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pessimistic
/ˌpɛsəˈmɪstɪk/
adjective
having or showing a negative view of the future and always waiting for something bad to happen
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stubborn
/ˈstəbɝn/
adjective
unwilling to change one's attitude or opinion despite good reasons
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moody
/ˈmudi/
adjective
characterized by sudden changes of mood, typically with no apparent reason
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appreciative
/əˈpɹiʃiˌeɪtɪv/, /əˈpɹiʃjətɪv/
adjective
feeling satisfaction and showing gratitude
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adept
/əˈdɛpt/
adjective
being good at doing something that needs skill and care
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aloof
/əˈɫuf/
adjective
unfriendly or reluctant to socializing
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benevolent
/bəˈnɛvəɫənt/
adjective
generous and kind; displaying kindness
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brainy
/ˈbɹeɪni/
adjective
very smart
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intense
/ˌɪnˈtɛns/
adjective
(of people) extremely serious with strong feelings and opinions
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materialistic
/məˌtɪɹiəˈɫɪstɪk/
adjective
concerned with money and possessions in an excessive way
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