(verb) to make familiar
(adjective) Watchful; wide-awake
(verb) To warn to be ready
(noun) A warning signal
(verb) 1. To select for a position or for what has to be done. 2. To give out, as a piece of work to be done.
(verb) To move or shift.
(adjective) Big and strongly built.
(noun) One who spends time with or does things with another.
(adjective) getting along well together .
(noun) A general idea or thought about something.
(verb) To draw one's thoughts or attention away from the subject at hand.
(verb) To push or shove.
(adjective) Doing what one is asked or told.
(noun) Something that prevents one from moving forward.
(adjective) Willing to wait without complaining.
(noun) A person in a doctor's care.
(noun) A person who is walking; someone traveling on foot.
(verb) 1. To stop working because one has reached a certain age. 2. To go to bed.