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Interchange - Intermediate
to scoop out
[verb]
hollow out with a scoop
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flesh
[noun]
the soft part of the body of an animal, between the skin and bones
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fork
[noun]
an object with a handle and three or four sharp points that we use for picking up and eating food
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to squeeze
[verb]
to force liquid out of something by firmly twisting or pressing it
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to combine
[verb]
to mix in order to make a single unit
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ingredient
[noun]
any of the constituents that are added to a compound or mixture in order to make it, such as the foods in a meal
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pizza
[noun]
an Italian food made with thin flat round bread, baked with a topping of tomatoes and cheese, usually with meat, fish, or vegetables
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society
[noun]
people in general, considered as an extensive and organized group sharing the same laws
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to grow
[verb]
to become greater in size, amount, number, or quality
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process
[noun]
a specific course of action that is performed in order to accomplish a certain objective
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knowledge
[noun]
understanding of or information about a subject after studying and experiencing it
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to fit
[verb]
to be of the right size or shape for someone
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local
[adjective]
related or belonging to a particular area or place that someone lives in or mentions
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successfully
[adverb]
in a manner that achieves what is desired or expected
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to recognize
[verb]
to know who a person or what an object is, because we have heard, seen, etc. them before
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to appear
[verb]
to become visible and noticeable
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baker
[noun]
someone whose job is baking and selling bread and cakes
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royal family
[noun]
royal persons collectively
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to name after
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to give someone or something a name in honor or in memory of another person or thing
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to adapt
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to become fit for a new purpose or situation
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journey
[noun]
the act of travelling between two or more places, especially when there is a long distance between them
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popular
[adjective]
receiving a lot of love and attention from many people
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to discover
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to be the first person who finds something or someplace that others did not know about
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incredible
[adjective]
extremely great or large
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peanut
[noun]
a type of nut that could be eaten, growing underground in a thin shell
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nation
[noun]
a country considered as a group of people that share the same history, language, etc., and ruled by the same government
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octopus
[noun]
a sea creature with eight, long arms and a soft round body with no internal shell
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squid
[noun]
a type of Italian food made from a sea creature called squid, which is cooked with garlic, tomatoes, and white wine, and is usually eaten with pasta or bread
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seaweed
[noun]
a type of plant that grows in or near the sea
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topping
[noun]
a layer of food that is spread over the top of a dish to make it taste or look better
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kangaroo
[noun]
a large Australian animal with a long tail and two strong legs that moves by leaping, female of which can carry its babies in its stomach pocket which is called a pouch
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crocodile
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a large reptile with very big jaws, sharp teeth, short legs, and a hard skin and long tail that lives in rivers and lakes in warmer regions
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mango
[noun]
a sweet yellow fruit with a thin skin that grows in hot areas
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popularity
[noun]
the state or condition of being liked, admired, or supported by many people
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related
[adjective]
being connected either logically or causally or by shared characteristics
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slice
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a small cut of a larger portion such as a piece of cake, pizza, etc.
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