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Interchange - Upper-intermediate - Unit 13

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Interchange - Upper-intermediate
pet peeve
[noun]
something that annoys or bothers someone on a personal levelsomething that annoys or bothers someone on a personal level
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to drive sb crazy / mad
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to do something that makes someone extremely upset, annoyed, or angry
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to push
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to use your hands, arms, body, etc. in order to make something or someone move forward or away from you
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to interrupt
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to stop or pause a process
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to argue
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to speak to someone often angrily because one disagrees with them
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to criticize
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to point out the faults or weaknesses of someone or something
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constantly
[adverb]
in a way that happens frequently and regularly without any pause
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to cut
[verb]
(of a lines) to cross one another
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line
[noun]
a row of people or things behind each other or next to each other
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certain
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feeling completely sure about something and showing that you believe it
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possible
[adjective]
able to exist, happen, or be done
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cafeteria
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a restaurant, typically in colleges, hospitals, etc. where you choose and pay for your meal before carrying it to a table
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groom
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a man who is getting married
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to soak
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to make someone or something extremely wet
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nuts
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behaving in a crazy or irrational manner
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to fight
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to take part in a violent physical action against someone
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permission
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the action of allowing someone to do a particular thing or letting something happen, particularly in an official way
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nephew
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our sister or brother's son, or the son of our husband or wife's siblings
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inconsiderate
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(of a person) lacking or having no respect or regard for others' feelings or rights
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mad
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feeling very angry, irritated, or displeased
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mess
[noun]
a state of disorder, untidiness, or confusion
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reaction
[noun]
an action, thought, or feeling in response to something that has happened
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assumption
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an idea or belief that one thinks is true without having a proof
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criticism
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remarks that express disapproval of someone or something based on their errors or flaws
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to demand
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to ask something from someone in an urgent and forceful manner
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excuse
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a reason given to explain one's careless, offensive, or wrong behavior or action
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prediction
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the act of saying what one thinks is going to happen in the future or what the outcome of something will be
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suggestion
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the act of putting an idea or plan forward for someone to think about
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suspicion
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a feeling of doubt or mistrust towards someone or something, often without concrete evidence or proof
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warning
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a message or sign given to someone to indicate that something dangerous, harmful, or undesirable may happen
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selfish
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always putting one's interests first and not caring about the needs or rights of others
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to break up
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to end a relationship, typically a romantic or sexual one
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to bet
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to risk money on the result of a coming event by trying to predict it
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to blame
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to say or feel that someone or something is responsible for a mistake or problem
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to pretend
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to act in a specific way in order to make others believe that something is the case when actually it is not so
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haircut
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the way in which a person's hair is cut
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previously
[adverb]
before the present moment or a specific time
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tricky
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difficult to do or handle and requiring skill or caution
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to take place
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to occur at a specific time or location
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mysterious
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difficult or impossible to comprehend, identify, or explain
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trumpet
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a musical instrument with a curved metal tube and one wide end, which is played by blowing into it while pressing and releasing its three buttons
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phenomenon
[noun]
an observable fact or event that is perceived through the senses
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fear
[noun]
a bad feeling that we get when we are afraid or worried
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fascination
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the state of having great interest in something or someone
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announcement
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an official or public statement that contains information about something, particularly a present or future occurrence
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to involve
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to contain or include something as a necessary part
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flare
[noun]
a sudden, brief burst of increased brightness observed from the sun's surface, usually accompanied by a burst of energy and radiation
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to baffle
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to confuse someone by making something difficult to understand or explain
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high-pitched
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describing a sound that is very high in frequency or tone, often producing a sharp or piercing quality
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flute
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a tube-like musical instrument that is played by blowing over a hole while covering and uncovering its other holes
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squealing
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creating or having a high-pitched and usually loud noise that is typically caused by friction or pressure
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inspector
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a police officer of middle rank
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resident
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a person who lives in a particular place, usually on a long-term basis
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