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Interchange - Upper-intermediate - Unit 6 - Part 2

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Interchange - Upper-intermediate
damaged
[adjective]
(of a person or thing) harmed or spoiled
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to chip
[verb]
to break a small piece off something
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stained
[adjective]
marked or discolored by a substance that is difficult to remove
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to scratch
[verb]
to make small cuts or marks on a surface
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hole
[noun]
an empty space in the body or surface of something solid
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to tear
[verb]
to forcibly pull something apart into pieces
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to break
[verb]
to separate something into more pieces, often in a sudden way
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to crack
[verb]
to break on the surface without falling into separate pieces
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to dent
[verb]
make a hollow in a surface, usually by applying pressure or force
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to adjust
[verb]
to slightly alter or move something in order to improve it or make it work better
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to stick
[verb]
to fix an object to another, usually with glue or another similar substance
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to crash
[verb]
to experience a sudden and serious decrease or stop in a system or process
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to skip
[verb]
not to do an activity on purpose, particularly one that one is supposed to do or usually does
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to freeze
[verb]
to become hard or turn to ice because of reaching or going below 0° Celsius
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to die
[verb]
to no longer be alive
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to jam
[verb]
to forcibly push or cram something into a tight or confined space
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to drop
[verb]
to let or make something fall to the ground
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private
[adjective]
used by or belonging to only a particular individual, group, institution, etc.
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to confirm
[verb]
to show or say that something is the case, particularly by providing proof
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to spot
[verb]
to notice or see someone or something that is hard to do so
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to alert
[verb]
to warn someone of a possible danger, problem, or situation that requires their attention
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cancellation
[noun]
the act of stopping or ending an event, service, agreement, or order that was previously planned or arranged
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to realize
[verb]
to become aware of a situation or fact
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state
[noun]
a person or thing's condition at a particular time
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schedule
[noun]
a plan or timetable outlining the sequence of events or activities
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fee
[noun]
the money that is paid to a professional or an organization for their services
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passenger
[noun]
someone traveling in a vehicle, aircraft, ship, etc. who is not the pilot, driver, or a crew member
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loss
[noun]
the state or fact of losing someone or something
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representative
[noun]
someone who works for a company, representing the company's product
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policy
[noun]
a set of ideas or a plan of action that has been chosen officially by a group of people, an organization, a political party, etc.
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notification
[noun]
the act of officially informing someone about something, usually in writing
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anecdote
[noun]
a short interesting story about a real event or person, often biographical
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attention
[noun]
the act of taking notice of someone or something
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