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immune

immune

/ˌɪmˈjun/
adjective
safe from catching a disease or being infected
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Well, you get immune to the smell.

Traditionally it was used as a general tonic for immune support.

But that doesn't mean that Jeep is immune to threats of its own.

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immunity

immunity

/ˌɪmˈjunəti/, /ˌɪmˈjunɪti/
noun
(medicine) the condition in which an organism can resist disease
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And for a while, six years ago, YouTube was given immunity for a mixed audience.

Sovereign immunity traces back to British law before the American Revolution.

One of the key provisions of the act is something called conduit immunity.

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to lock down

to lock down

/lˈɑːk dˈaʊn/
verb
to force people to stay indoors as a security measure, particularly to stop or slow down the spread of disease

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radiance

radiance

/ˈɹeɪˌdiəns/, /ˈɹeɪdjəns/
noun
an attractive combination of good health and happiness
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It's not some form of inner radiance.

Flame-like radiance descends on a creature.

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resistance

resistance

/ɹiˈzɪstəns/, /ɹɪˈzɪstəns/
noun
the ability of someone or something that keeps them from being affected by something
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My resistance surprised him, and he shouted for help.

When a truck enters the bed, it meets little resistance at first, then more as it travels.

But there is an overwhelming resistance to inoculation.

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resistant

/ɹiˈzɪstənt/, /ɹɪˈzɪstənt/
adjective
being protected from or having a high degree of resistance to something, such as an infection or disease
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Pickups are also a category in China that have been resistant to the recent slump in auto sales.

Often, incumbents in an industry can be resistant to change or are scared of it.

They are naturally resistant to most antibiotics and can even survive an alcoholic hand gel.

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rested

rested

/ˈɹɛstəd/, /ˈɹɛstɪd/
adjective
feeling lively and energetic as a result of sufficient rest or sleep
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The rested one I'm not getting the flakiness that I want.

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robust

robust

/ɹoʊˈbəst/
adjective
physically strong and healthy
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But I think there's going to be a robust demand for these products for a long time to come.

But since 2013, the market for big SUVs and large pickup trucks has made a robust recovery.

How robust are they?

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self-care

self-care

/sˈɛlfkˈɛɹ/
noun
the action of taking care of oneself by exercising, eating good food, and sleeping well to improve or maintain health
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You can't just use a Lizzo song in your Self-care Sunday video.

A little bit of self-care while the grown-ups figure it out?

Step Three: Self-care powers activate!

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social bubble

social bubble

/sˈoʊʃəl bˈʌbəl/
noun
‌a small group of people that one can come into contact with in a controlled way during a period of social distancing

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social distance

social distance

/sˈoʊʃəl dˈɪstəns/
noun
a safe or appropriate distance maintained between a group of individuals as a way to prevent or slow the spread of a disease
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It’s harder for us to social distance six feet to give you an ice cream cone.

We are insisting that we should keep social distance of two meters.

Came out here to take a little walk while maintaining adequate social distance.

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social distancing

social distancing

/sˈoʊʃəl dˈɪstənsɪŋ/
noun
‌the practice of keeping a safe distance between yourself and other people in order to prevent the spread of disease
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I also had to redesign a few work centers to maximize social distancing throughout the workplace.

He was one of the medical advisors who introduced the concept of social distancing into the George W. Bush pandemic plan.

Trump canceled his meeting about social distancing.

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socially distanced

socially distanced

/sˈoʊʃəli dˈɪstənst/
adjective
maintaining a safe or appropriate distance to prevent the spread of a disease or infection

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strength

strength

/ˈstɹɛŋkθ/, /ˈstɹɛŋθ/
noun
the quality or state of being physically or mentally strong
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Finally he said, "It's a waste of your strength to get excited about small things.

Finally he said, "It's a waste of your strength to get excited about small things.

I felt the blood running down my face, and the pain gave me strength.

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to strengthen

to strengthen

/ˈstɹɛŋθən/
verb
to make something more powerful or become so
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Aerodynamic features are added that include a large rear wing, and the suspension is strengthened heavily.

Each country set emissions targets intended to be strengthened over time.

And they were strengthened by these deeds.

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strong

strong

/ˈstɹɔŋ/
adjective
having great strength or a lot of physical power
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I no longer felt strong or calm, and I began to cry bitterly.

The platform is the floor of a strong metal framework.

Persistence is strong throughout Childhood.

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sturdy

sturdy

/ˈstɝdi/
adjective
(of a person or their body) physically strong and healthy
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Basically, a skeletal muscle is constructed like a really sturdy piece of rope.

Modern rides are also much sturdier, closely considering the amount of gravity they need to withstand.

Their sturdy feathers turn to fluff.

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support bubble

support bubble

/səpˈoːɹt bˈʌbəl/
noun
‌(in the UK) a support network that connects two households who have close contact with one another during the Corona pandemic and allows them to stay overnight, visit public places together, etc.

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to thrive

to thrive

/ˈθɹaɪv/
verb
(of an animal, child, or plant) to grow vigorously or develop strongly
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He's thriving, he's really happy doing really well.

And the industry thrived selling papyrus art to tourists.

But to thrive, in certain social circles.

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to thrive on

to thrive on

/θɹˈaɪv ˈɑːn/
verb
to enjoy something or do well in a particular situation or circumstance, particularly one that other people disapprove of

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thriving

thriving

/ˈθɹaɪvɪŋ/
adjective
characterized by prosperity, fortune, or success
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And at first, that sounds like a sign of a thriving sub giant.

, Anna will explore how to take an idea and grow it into a thriving business.

Bruce gave further demonstrations and soon had a thriving business in Oakland.

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trim

trim

/ˈtɹɪm/
adjective
physically healthy, fit, and attractive
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How does Zach stay trim? -

I trim usually after periods because dried-up blood is gross.

Trimming a video is very easy.

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weight

weight

/ˈweɪt/
noun
the heaviness of something or someone; how heavy something or someone is, which can be measured
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After a certain point, the added weight no longer yields additional range.

You must sell the correct weight.

Today, Sara's father is selling the correct weight.

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well

well

/ˈwɛɫ/
adjective
healthy or in good health; recovered from illness
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He might demand a better table, a special salad, or a sharper knife.

They provide not only better amplification, but also better discrimination between various sounds.

It gets even better.

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well-being

well-being

/ˌwɛɫˈbiɪŋ/
noun
the state of being healthy, safe, and feeling content
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Thinking about the well-being of men, women, and children.

But he also opposed absolutism and urged concern for the overall well-being of society.

So a nation should never risk the well-being of its citizenry in order to help members of another nation.

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wellness

wellness

/ˈwɛɫnəs/
noun
the condition of being physically healthy, particularly as an actively sought goal
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" But legally, they got to be like, "this is about wellness.

Products like iPods might find usefulness in Apple's health and wellness line-up, too.

But anxiety around Covid-19 has actually pushed health and wellness concerns to the top of most people's agenda.

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