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Interchange - Upper-intermediate - Unit 12 - Part 1

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Interchange - Upper-intermediate
key
[noun]
a specially shaped piece of metal used for locking or unlocking a door, starting a car, etc.
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success
[noun]
the fact of reaching what one tried for or desired
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major
[adjective]
serious and of great importance or significance
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company
[noun]
an organization that does business and earns money from it
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ancient
[adjective]
related or belonging to a period of history that is long gone
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Greek
[adjective]
belonging or relating to Greece, its people, or its language
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goddess
[noun]
a female divine being worshipped in different religions
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victory
[noun]
the success that is achieved in a competition, game, war, etc.
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to represent
[verb]
to be an image, sign, symbol, etc. of something
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everlasting
[adjective]
continuing for an indefinite period without end
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concept
[noun]
a principle or idea that is abstract
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soft drink
[noun]
a cold and non-alcoholic drink that is usually carbonated
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indigestion
[noun]
inability to digest food that leads to recurrent pain or discomfort in one's upper abdomen
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to treat
[verb]
to provide medical care such as medicine or therapy to heal injuries, illnesses, or wounds and make someone better
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to attract
[verb]
to interest and draw someone or something toward oneself through specific features or qualities
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professional
[adjective]
doing an activity as a job and not just for fun
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profitable
[adjective]
(of a business) making or yielding profit
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competitive
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referring to a situation in which teams, players, etc. are trying to defeat their rivals
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salary
[noun]
an amount of money we receive for doing our job, usually monthly
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flexible
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capable of bending easily without breaking
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career
[noun]
a profession or a series of professions that one can do for a long period of one's life
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platform
[noun]
the raised surface in a station next to a railroad track where people can get on and off a train
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loan
[noun]
a sum of money that is borrowed from a bank which should be returned with a certain rate of interest
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to discipline
[verb]
to train a person or animal by instruction and exercise, usually with the aim of improving or correcting behavior
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to separate
[verb]
to divide or disconnect something from a larger whole
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to establish
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to create a company or organization with the intention of running it for a long term
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quality
[noun]
the grade, level, or standard of something's excellence measured against other things
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trainer
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someone who teaches people or animals to perform better at a particular job or skill
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athletic
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of or relating to athletes or their career
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passionate
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showing or having intense emotions or deep feelings
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industrious
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hard-working and productive
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muscular
[adjective]
relating to or affecting the muscles
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experienced
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possessing enough skill or knowledge in a certain field or job
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politician
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someone who works in the government or a law-making organization
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clever
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able to think quickly and find solutions to problems
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charming
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attractive and pleasing
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knowledgeable
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having a lot of information or expertise in a particular subject or field
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persuasive
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capable of convincing others to do or believe something particular
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tough
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difficult to achieve or deal with
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affordable
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having a price that a person can pay without experiencing financial difficulties
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mathematics
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the study of numbers and shapes that involves calculation and description
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