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Interchange - Upper-intermediate - Unit 4 - Part 2

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Interchange - Upper-intermediate
absolutely
[adverb]
used to put an emphasis on a statement
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well-known
[adjective]
widely recognized or acknowledged
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source
[noun]
somewhere, someone, or something that originates something else
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necessarily
[adverb]
in a way that cannot be avoided
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trustworthy
[adjective]
able to be trusted or relied on
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to spread
[verb]
to affect more people or a wider area
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inaccurate
[adjective]
not precise or correct
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satirical
[adjective]
intending to mock, ridicule, or criticize a person, group, or society in a humorous or exaggerated way
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content
[noun]
all the things that are held, included, or contained in something else
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believable
[adjective]
describing something that is possible and therefore can be believed
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to invent
[verb]
to make or design something that did not exist before
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to attempt
[verb]
to try to complete or do something difficult
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desire
[noun]
a very strong feeling of wanting to do or have something
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reputation
[noun]
the general opinion that the public has about someone or something because of what they did in the past
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curiosity
[noun]
a strong wish to learn something or to know more about something
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fake
[adjective]
made or intended to be like the original or real version of something
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throughout
[adverb]
during something's entire period of time
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louse
[noun]
a small parasitic insect that lives and feeds on the body of warm-blooded animals
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to claim
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to say that something is the case without providing proof for it
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to pose
[verb]
to maintain a specific posture in order to be photographed or painted
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insect
[noun]
a small creature such as a bee or ant that has six legs, and generally one or two pairs of wings
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massive
[adjective]
extremely large, heavy, or solid
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outbreak
[noun]
the unexpected start of something terrible, such as a disease
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major
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serious and of great importance or significance
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outlet
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a way out or opening through which something can escape or be released
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to consult
[verb]
to seek information or advice from someone, especially before making a decision or doing something
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to bother
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to annoy or trouble someone, especially when they are busy or want to be left alone
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expert
[noun]
an individual with a great amount of knowledge, skill, or training in a particular field
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entrepreneur
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a person who starts a business, especially one who takes financial risks
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treatment
[noun]
an action that is done to relieve pain or cure a disease, wound, etc.
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motivation
[noun]
the driving force or reason behind someone's actions, behaviors, or desires
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attention
[noun]
the act of taking notice of someone or something
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understandable
[adjective]
easy to comprehend
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epidemic
[noun]
an occurrence of a disease that spreads and involves a large number of people at the same time in a particular area
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factor
[noun]
one of the things that affects something or contributes to it
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irresistible
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impossible to resist or refuse, usually because of being very appealing or attractive
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specifically
[adverb]
only for one certain type of person or thing
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verification
[noun]
the act of proving the truth or accuracy of something, typically by checking or examining evidence or documentation
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proof
[noun]
information or evidence that proves the truth or existence of something
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to prove
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to show that something is true through the use of evidence or facts
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humorously
[adverb]
in a funny or amusing way
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disgusting
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extremely unpleasant
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factual
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based on facts or reality, rather than opinions or emotions
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