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Total English - Intermediate - Unit 2 - Reference - Part 2

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Total English - Intermediate
nauseating
[adjective]
causing or capable of provoking a sensation of disgust or nausea
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nonsense
[adjective]
lacking in logic, coherence, meaning, or rationality
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unrealistic
[adjective]
not in any way accurate or true to life
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unwatchable
[adjective]
difficult, unpleasant, or unbearable to watch
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art
[noun]
the use of creativity and imagination to express emotions and ideas by making things like paintings, sculptures, music, etc.
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business
[noun]
the activity of providing services or products in exchange for money
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section
[noun]
each of the parts into which a place or object is divided
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current affairs
[noun]
important social or political events that are happening and are covered in the news
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gossip
[noun]
informal or idle talk about others, especially their personal lives, typically involving details that may not be confirmed or verified
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human interest
[noun]
the aspect of a story in the media that the audience can relate to because it describes people's lived experiences, feelings, etc.
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sport
[noun]
a physical activity or competitive game with specific rules that people do for fun or as a profession
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strike
[noun]
a collective action by workers who refuse to work until certain demands are met
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holiday
[noun]
a period of time away from home or work, typically to relax, have fun, and do activities that one enjoys
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discovery
[noun]
the act of finding something for the first time and before others
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profit
[noun]
(economics) the sum of money that is gained after all expenses and taxes are paid
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fashion
[noun]
the styles and trends of clothing, accessories, makeup, and other items that are popular in a certain time and place
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to win
[verb]
to become the most successful, the luckiest, or the best in a game, race, fight, etc.
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race
[noun]
a competition between people, vehicles, animals, etc. to find out which one is the fastest and finishes first
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competition
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an event or contest in which individuals or teams compete against each other
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to commit
[verb]
to do a particular thing that is unlawful or wrong
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crime
[noun]
an illegal act that is punishable by law
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suicide
[noun]
the act of intentionally taking one's own life
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to develop
[verb]
to change and become stronger or more advanced
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duty
[noun]
an obligatory task that must be done as one's job
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plastic surgery
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a medical operation performed on a part of the body in order to improve its appearance or repair skin injury
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to cause
[verb]
to make someone do something or to make something happen, usually something bad
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trouble
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a difficult or problematic situation that can cause stress, anxiety or harm
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accident
[noun]
a situation where vehicles hit each other or a person is hit by a vehicle
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to perform
[verb]
to give a performance of something such as a play or a piece of music for entertainment
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play
[noun]
a written story that is meant to be performed on a stage, radio, or television
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record
[noun]
the best performance or result, or the highest or lowest level that has ever been reached, especially in sport
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promise
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an assurance or declaration indicating the possible success or occurrence of something in the future
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