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IEI Level 3 Vocabulary List 5

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defend
(v) to fight in order to keep someone or something safe
difficulty
(n) something that is not easy to do or to deal with
fix
(v) to make something whole or able to work properly; to repair
forever
(adv) for an endless time
forth
(adv) out into notice or view
gap
(n) a space between two people or things
golden
(adj) made of gold; having a deep yellow color of gold
judgment
(n) an opinion or decision that is based on careful thought
live
(adj) having life; actually existing; done in front of an audience
long-term
(adj) occurring over or relating to a long period of time
match
(n) a person or thing equal or similar to another; a fitting pair
meanwhile
(n) at or during the same time; in the meantime
mind
(v) to care about or worry about something or someone
mix
(v) to combine two or more things to make one thing that is the same throughout
motion
(n) an act or process of moving
opening
(n) a hole or empty space that you can go through
opposition
(n) actions or opinions that show that you disagree with or disapprove of someone or something
otherwise
(adv) in a different way or manner; if not; or else
ought (to)
(v) should; suggest what should be done
package
(n) a box or large envelope that is sent or delivered usually through the mail
passenger
(n) a person who is traveling from one place to another in a car, bus, train, ship, airplane or similar
payment
(n) the act of giving money for something
personality
(n) the set of emotional qualities, ways of behaving, that makes a person different from another
pleasure
(n) a feeling of happiness, enjoyment, or satifacation
plenty
(n) the state of having enough
proper
(adj) correct according to social or moral rules
rating
(n) a measurement of how good, difficult, efficient or more something or someone is
reference
(n) the act of mentioning something in speech or in writing
relief
(n) a pleasant and relaxed feeling that someone has when something unpleasant stops or does not happen
request
(n, v) the act of politely or formally asking for something
resolution
(n) an answer or solution to something
row
(n) object arranged in a usually straight line
rush
(v) to move or do something very quickly or in a way that shows you are in a hurry (n) to move, act or go quickly
scholar
(n) a person who has studied a subject for a long time and knows it well
shadow
(n) a dark shape that appears on a surface when someone or something moves between the surface and light
silence
(n) a lack of sound or noise
solid
(adj) firm or hard; not having the form of gas or liquid
somehow
(adv) in a way that is not known or certain
stand
(n) a strongly held opinion about something
stir
(v) to mix by making circular movements
straight
(adj) to not have curves, bends, or angles
stretch
(v) to make something wider or longer by pulling it
succeed
(v) to achieve the correct or desired result
surprised
(adj) showing the feeling that people get when something unexpected happens
tear
(v) to separate into parts by pulling, cutting, or ripping it
thick
(adj) having a large distance between the top and bottom or front and back
tip
(n) the end of something that is usually long and thin
tone
(n) the quality of a sound produced by a voice or musical instrument
trail
(n) a path through a forest, field or similar
unusual
(adj) not normal or usual
useful
(adj) helping to do or achieve something
user
(n) a person or thing that uses something
warn
(v) to tell someone about a possible danger or trouble
warning
(n) something that tells someone about possible danger or trouble
wish
(n, v) to want to be true or to happen
zone
(n) an area that is different from other areas in a particular way
entirely
(adv) completely or fully
extremely
(adv) very seriously or severly
frequently
(adv) happening often
totally
(adv) completely or entirely
possibly
(adv) used to say something might happen, exist, or be true
necessarily
(adv) used to say that something is necessary and cannot be changed or avoided