Transit pre-intermediate Unit 1 part 3 (only first 30) definitions

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to accept
to agree to take something
an adolescent
a young person who is developing into an adult
annoying
irritating
to argue
to speak angrily to someone, telling them that you disagree with them
attractive
very pleasing in appearance or sound, or causing interest or pleasure
a boyfriend
a man or boy who a person is having a romantic or sexual relationship with
to cause
to make something happen
a conflict
an active disagreement between people, a difference of opinion
a couple
two people who are together
disgusting
extremely unpleasant or unacceptable
to expect
to think or believe something will happen, or someone will arrive
a fair
a large public event where goods are bought and sold and where there is often entertainment
a handshake
a greeting in which two people who are facing each other take hold of and shake each other's right hand
to hide
to put something or someone in a place where they cannot be seen or found, or to put yourself somewhere where you cannot be seen or found
an interrogation
to ask someone a lot of questions for a long time in order to get information
a lie
to say or write something which is not true
at least
as much as, or more than
a memory
the ability to remember information, experiences and people
to negotiate
to discuss, to have discussions with someone in order to reach an agreement with them
a nickname
an informal name for someone or something, especially a name which you are called by your friends or family, usually based on your proper name or your character
to spend
to give money as a payment for something
a spot
a raised pale red circle on the skin which is temporary
to squeeze
to press something together
an advantage
a condition giving a greater chance of success
age limit
the age at which a person is allowed or not allowed to do something
a brand
a type of product made by a particular company, the name given to a particular product by the company that makes it
a century
a period of 100 years
a cheerleader
a person, usually a woman or girl, who leads the crowd in shouting encouragement and supporting a team at a sports event
a chore
a job or piece of work which is often boring or unpleasant but needs to be done regularly
a cigarette
a small paper tube filled with cut pieces of tobacco, which people smoke