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Total English - Intermediate - Unit 4 - Reference - Part 1

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Total English - Intermediate
to earn
[verb]
to get money for the job that we do or services that we provide
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value
[noun]
the worth of something in money
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to spare
[verb]
to use time or resources in a careful and frugal way, avoiding waste
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to inherit
[verb]
to receive money, property, etc. from someone who has passed away
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to invest
[verb]
to buy houses, shares, lands, etc. with the hope of gaining a profit
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worth
[noun]
the assigned or estimated value of something, without necessarily specifying a particular quantity or amount
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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 run out of sth
[phrase]
to finish all of something and not have anymore
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to steal
[verb]
to take something from someone or somewhere without permission or paying for it
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wisely
[adverb]
in a manner that reflects intelligence, good judgment, and experience
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to waste
[verb]
to use something without care or more than needed
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to break up
[verb]
to end a relationship, typically a romantic or sexual one
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to catch up
[verb]
to go faster and reach someone or something who is ahead
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to drop out
[verb]
to stop going to school, university, or college before finishing one's studies
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to end up
[verb]
to come to a situation or place after a period of time or after a process has ended
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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 make up
[verb]
to create a false or fictional story or information
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to pick up
[verb]
to acquire a new skill or language through practice and application rather than formal instruction
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to work out
[verb]
to exercise in order to get healthier or stronger
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ambitious
[adjective]
trying or wishing to gain great success, power, or wealth
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charming
[adjective]
attractive and pleasing
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confident
[adjective]
having a strong belief in one's abilities or qualities
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determined
[adjective]
having or displaying a strong will to achieve a goal despite the challenges or obstacles
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egotistical
[adjective]
having an excessive focus on oneself and one's own interests, often at the expense of others
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extravagant
[adjective]
making exaggerated or overly ambitious claims, promises, or statements that are often not grounded in reality
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flexible
[adjective]
ready and able to change and adapt to different conditions
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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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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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strength
[noun]
a positive quality or attribute that enhances or enriches the overall value or effectiveness of a person or thing
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weakness
[noun]
a flaw or limitation in one's character, behavior, or judgment
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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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travel
[noun]
the act of going to a different place, usually a place that is far
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trip
[noun]
a journey that you take for fun or a particular reason, generally for a short amount of time
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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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mean
[adjective]
(of a person) behaving in a way that is unkind or cruel
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