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Total English - Intermediate - Unit 4 - Vocabulary

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Total English - Intermediate
debit card
[noun]
a small plastic card we use to pay for what we buy with the money taken directly from our bank account
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credit card
[noun]
a plastic card, usually given to us by a bank, that we use to pay for goods and services
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receipt
[noun]
a written or printed document that shows the payment for a set of goods or services has been made
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bill
[noun]
a piece of printed paper that shows the amount of money a person has to pay for the meal they have had in a bar or restaurant
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coin
[noun]
a piece of metal, typically round and flat, used as money, issued by governments
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note
[noun]
paper money issued by a government or financial institution that is used to buy goods and services
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fare
[noun]
the amount of money we pay to travel with a bus, taxi, plane, etc.
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fine
[noun]
an amount of money that must be paid as a legal punishment
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price
[noun]
the amount of money required for buying something
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fee
[noun]
the money that is paid to a professional or an organization for their services
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reduction
[noun]
the action of decreasing something or a decrease in an amount, degree, size, etc. of something
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refund
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an amount of money that is paid back because of returning goods to a store or one overpaying for something
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to lose
[verb]
to be deprived of or stop having someone or something
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to miss
[verb]
to fail to catch a bus, airplane, etc.
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lost
[adjective]
unable to be located or recovered and is no longer in its expected place
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missed
[adjective]
not perceived, noticed, or apprehended, often due to a lack of attention, awareness, or understanding
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travel
[noun]
the act of going to a different place, usually a place that is far
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trip
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a journey that you take for fun or a particular reason, generally for a short amount of time
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fun
[adjective]
providing entertainment or amusement
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funny
[adjective]
able to make people laugh
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to say
[verb]
to use words and our voice to show what we are thinking or feeling
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to tell
[verb]
to use words and give someone information
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work
[noun]
something that we do regularly to earn money
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job
[noun]
the work that we do regularly to earn money
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to lend
[verb]
to give someone something, like money, expecting them to give it back after a while
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to borrow
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to use or take something belonging to someone else, with the idea of returning it
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to remember
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to bring a type of information from the past to our mind again
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to remind
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to make a person remember an obligation, task, etc. so that they do not forget to do it
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to rob
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to take something from an organization, place, etc. without their consent, or with force
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to steal
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to take something from someone or somewhere without permission or paying for it
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