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Interchange - Upper-intermediate - Unit 7 - Part 2

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Interchange - Upper-intermediate
to create
[verb]
to bring something into existence or make something happen
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to reduce
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to make something smaller in amount, degree, price, etc.
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homeless
[noun]
someone who does not have a place to live in and so lives on the streets
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to improve
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to make a person or thing better
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to provide
[verb]
to give someone what is needed or necessary
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affordable
[adjective]
having a price that a person can pay without experiencing financial difficulties
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politician
[noun]
someone who works in the government or a law-making organization
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accountable
[adjective]
responsible for one's actions and prepared to explain them
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vocational
[adjective]
involving the necessary knowledge or skills for a certain occupation
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to increase
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to become larger in amount or size
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shelter
[noun]
a place or building that is meant to provide protection against danger or bad weather
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deforestation
[noun]
the action of removing the trees from an area completely
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crime
[noun]
an illegal act that is punishable by law
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mobility
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the ability to move easily or be freely moved from one place, job, etc. to another
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junk food
[noun]
unhealthy food, containing a lot of fat, sugar, etc.
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invasion
[noun]
the act of invading or entering a territory, country, or region by force or without permission, often with the intent to control or dominate the area and its inhabitants
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destructive
[adjective]
causing a lot of damage or harm
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planet
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a huge round object that moves in an orbit, around the sun or any other star
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particularly
[adverb]
in a manner that emphasizes a specific aspect or detail
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serious
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needing attention and careful consideration due to a possible danger or risk
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dramatically
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to a significantly large extent or by a considerable amount
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a great deal
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to a significant extent or degree
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ecosystem
[noun]
all the organisms that live in a particular area, the way they affect each other and their environment considered as a whole
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against
[preposition]
in opposition to someone or something
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species
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a group that animals, plants, etc. of the same type which are capable of producing healthy offspring with each other are divided into
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to dive
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to jump into water, usually hands and head first
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to explore
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to visit places one has never seen before
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extensive
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covering a large area
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coral
[noun]
a hard substance created by a marine creature of warm waters that ranges from pink to red in color and is used in jewelry
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reef
[noun]
a ridge of rock or a line of sand near the surface of a body of water
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lionfish
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a type of fish with long, colorful spines on its body, which is typically found in warm waters and can be dangerous to humans
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to estimate
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to guess the value, number, quantity, size, etc. of something without exact calculation
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to reproduce
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(of a living being) to produce offspring or more of itself
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trap
[noun]
an object that can be used to catch an animal
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poison
[noun]
a deadly substance that can kill or seriously harm if it enters the body
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poisonous
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(of an animal or insect) producing a substance that kills or harms a prey or an enemy
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population
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the number of people who live in a particular city or country
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to hunt
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to pursue wild animals in order to kill or catch them, for sport or food
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sting
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a painful infliction caused by a small sharp and pointed organ that some insects have and use to penetrate the prey and inject poison
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unwelcome
[adjective]
not receiving a warm or friendly reception
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unforgettable
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so memorable that being forgotten is impossible
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to treat
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to provide medical care such as medicine or therapy to heal injuries, illnesses, or wounds and make someone better
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to multiply
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to significantly increase in quantity or make something increase in this way
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unable
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being incapable of or lacking the skill, means, etc. necessary for doing something
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to protect
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to prevent someone or something from being damaged or harmed
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