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Total English - Intermediate
acquaintance
[noun]
a person whom one knows but is not a close friend
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on the same wavelength
[phrase]
used to say that one person has the same ideas, opinions, or mentality as another person
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boss
[noun]
a person who is in charge of a large organization or has an important position there
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classmate
[noun]
someone who is or was in the same class as you at school or college
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colleague
[noun]
someone with whom one works
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company
[noun]
the state of being together with another person, particularly for the purpose of socializing or companionship
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ex
[noun]
the person one used to be married to or have a relationship with
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to fall out
[verb]
to no longer be friends with someone as a result of an argument
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in-law
[noun]
a person who is related to someone by marriage
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to get to know sb/sth
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to become familiar with someone or something by spending time with them and learning about them
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in common
[adverb]
having something shared or mutually owned by two or more people or groups
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row
[noun]
a noisy bitter argument between countries, organizations, people, etc.
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sense of humor
[phrase]
one's ability to say funny things or be amused by jokes and other things meant to make one laugh
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to lose touch
[phrase]
to be no longer in contact with a friend or acquaintance
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to lose one's temper
[phrase]
to suddenly become uncontrollably angry
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to see red
[phrase]
to suddenly become enraged and uncontrollably angry
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stepmother
[noun]
the woman that is married to one's parent but is not one's biological mother
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stranger
[noun]
someone who is not familiar with a place because it is the first time they have ever been there
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teammate
[noun]
a person who is a member of the same team as another person, typically in sports or other competitive activities
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to belong to
[verb]
to be a member or part of a particular group or organization
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fluent
[adjective]
capable of using a language easily and properly
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keen
[adjective]
having the ability to learn or understand quickly
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to spend
[verb]
to use money as a payment for services, goods, etc.
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interested
[adjective]
having a feeling of curiosity or attention toward a particular thing or person because one likes them
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to worry
[verb]
to feel upset and nervous because we think about bad things that might happen to us or our problems
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dependable
[adjective]
able to be relied on to do what is needed or asked of
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encouraging
[adjective]
giving someone hope, confidence, or support
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generous
[adjective]
having a willingness to freely give or share something with others, without expecting anything in return
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kindhearted
[adjective]
naturally caring, empathetic, and inclined to act with kindness and generosity toward others
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jealous
[adjective]
feeling angry and unhappy because someone else has what we want
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mean
[adjective]
(of a person) behaving in a way that is unkind or cruel
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pleasant
[adjective]
bringing enjoyment and happiness
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selfish
[adjective]
always putting one's interests first and not caring about the needs or rights of others
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sulky
[adjective]
ill-tempered and in a bad mood, tending to sulk
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upbeat
[adjective]
having a positive and cheerful attitude
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to bring up
[verb]
to look after a child until they reach maturity
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to carry on
[verb]
to take part in an activity
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to get on
[verb]
to have a good, friendly, or smooth relationship with a person, group, or animal
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to grow up
[verb]
to change from being a child into an adult little by little
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to look after
[verb]
to take care of someone or something and attend to their needs, well-being, or safety
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to look up to sb
[phrase]
to have a great deal of respect, admiration, or esteem for someone
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to take after
[verb]
to look like an older member of the family, especially one's parents
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to tell off
[verb]
to express sharp disapproval or criticism of someone's behavior or actions
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