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Interchange - Upper-intermediate - Unit 15

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Interchange - Upper-intermediate
to prohibit
[verb]
to formally forbid something from being done, particularly by law
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law
[noun]
a country's rules that all of its citizens are required to obey
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to pass
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to make or accept a law by voting or by decree
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unmarried
[adjective]
not having a legal or official romantic partner
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parachuting
[noun]
the activity of jumping down from a flying plane with a parachute
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illegal
[adjective]
forbidden by the law
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pigeon
[noun]
a bird with short legs and a short beak which typically has gray and white feathers
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unattended
[adjective]
not being taken care of or looked after, especially due to a lack of attention or absence of a responsible person
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vehicle
[noun]
a large object with an engine, such as a car or truck, used for transporting people or goods
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to pretend
[verb]
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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rule
[noun]
an instruction that says what is or is not allowed in a given situation or while playing a game
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regulation
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a set of rules made by the government, etc., dealing with the procedures or details
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to install
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to set a piece of equipment in place and make it ready for use
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soundproof
[adjective]
preventing sound from entering or leaving a room or space, typically through the use of special materials or construction techniques
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to permit
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to allow something or someone to do something
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owner
[noun]
a person, entity, or organization that possesses, controls, or has legal rights to something
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leash
[noun]
a long piece of rope, leather strap or light chain used for guiding and controlling a dog or other animals
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litter
[noun]
waste such as bottles, papers, etc. that people throw on a sidewalk, park, or other public place
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helmet
[noun]
a hard hat worn by soldiers, bikers, etc. for protection
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controversial
[adjective]
causing a lot of strong public disagreement or discussion
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community
[noun]
a group of people who live in the same area
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issue
[noun]
an important matter about which people argue or talk
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to bully
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to use power or influence to frighten or harm someone weaker or more vulnerable
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homelessness
[noun]
the fact or condition of not having a home
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inadequate
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not having the required amount or quality
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irregular
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not following a regular or predictable pattern
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trash collection
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the process of picking up garbage and waste from households or public areas for disposal or recycling
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lack
[noun]
the absence or insufficiency of something, often implying a deficiency or shortage
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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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noise pollution
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any unwanted or excessive sound that may cause harm or disturbance to human or animal life
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overcrowded
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(of a space or area) filled with too many people or things, causing discomfort or lack of space
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stray
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(with reference to an animal) lost or wandered away from its home or natural habitat
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crime
[noun]
an illegal act that is punishable by law
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vandalism
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the intentional damage or destruction of property belonging to another person or organization
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mayor
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someone who is elected to be the head of a town or city
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persuasive
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capable of convincing others to do or believe something particular
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plagiarism
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the act of using someone else's work or ideas without giving them proper credit or permission
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aside
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out of one's way or thoughts
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to suspect
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to think that something is probably true, especially something bad, without having proof
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available
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ready for being used or acquired
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to commit
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to do a particular thing that is unlawful or wrong
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various
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several and of different types or kinds
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article
[noun]
a piece of writing about a particular subject on a website, in a newspaper, magazine, or other publication
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property
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a thing or all the things that a person owns
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source
[noun]
a book or a document that supplies information in a research and is referred to
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to combine
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(of different elements) to come together in order to shape a single unit or a group
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to approach
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to go close or closer to something or someone
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consequence
[noun]
a result, particularly an unpleasant one
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childcare
[noun]
the act of looking after children, especially while their parents are working
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healthcare
[noun]
the health services and treatments given to people
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