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주헌 9차 영어단어시험
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a mammal that lives in forests in warm regions and feeds on insects and fruit. Apes have no tails and can walk on two legs.
to come into view.
a curved part of building or bridge.
a nocturnal mammal that lives in North and South America and eats insects, snakes, and frogs. The armadillo's body is protected by hard, bony plates.
a cup-shaped piece of metal that makes a ringing sound when it is struck.
a narrow strip of fabric or leather that you wear around your waist.
a flying insect that usually lives in large, well-organized groups. Bees feed on pollen, nectar, and the honey they make from nectar.
an alcoholic drink made from cereal grains.
a sweet food that is made from flour, sugar, eggs, and butter and baked in an oven.
a water channel that has been built across land for boats and ships to travel on.
to stop something that has been planned.
having ability or skill at something.
hard to do.
to break food down so that the body can use it.
the main meal of the day.
to organize or set up.
to make a thoughtful guess about something.
to dry up gradually, changing from a liquid to a gas.
in the end or finally.
1) the oily substance that is stored under the skin and in the cells of animals and people.
2) an oily solid substance that is used in cooking. Lard, oil, butter and margarine are all fats.
a barrier that separates one piece of land from another.
a celebration or special event, often with music, dancing, and plays.
to struggle against a person or animal.
a huge, imaginary person from fairy tales of legends .
a man who was trained to fight as entertainment for spectators in ancient Rome.
1) a transparent, fragile substance that is used to make things such as windows and bottles.
2) a container that is used to drink from.
tall or a long way up.
a joint at the top of each of your legs, between your waist and your thigh.
the study of things that have happened to people in the past.
to come into contact with someone or something in a forceful way.
away from the sea, toward the middle of the country.
to ask for information.
a young cat.
a sharp blade with a handle, that is used for cutting.
to arrive on the ground after flying.
great in size.
to make a noise with your voice because you think that something is funny.
a set of rules that people live by, usually made by the government of a country.
1) to arrange or put something down on a surface carefully.
2) to produce an egg.
one of the thin, flat, green parts of a plant that grows out from the stem or shoots.
happy and cheerful.
a piece of information of an instruction that you send to someone of leave for them.
the center, or the part between the outer edge of something.
a type of pasta that is made in long, flat, narrow strips.
a small, round root vegetable with a strong taste. Onions have a thin, papery skin with many layers inside.
a flat shape with eight straight sides.
a tall plant with a long, stiff, straight stem that grows in wet areas. Reeds are used to make house roofs and paper.
a raised, narrow ridge of rock, sand, or coral, just above or below the surface of the sea.
1) normal, or happening at certain times.
2) even in shape or sound.
a team race in which runners take turns carrying a baton and completing parts of a course.
unsure or unhappy about doing something.
to take something off or away.
1) the destruction of a ship at sea.
2) the remains of a ship that was destroyed at sea.
1) to fire a bullet from a gun or another weapon.
2) to wound or kill with a bullet or other weapon.
3) to take pictures with a camera.
a situation where there is not enough of something.
to make something shorter.
a farm animal reared for its wool and meat.
a measurement of how hot or cold something is.
one of the periods of time during a year when a school or university is open for teaching.
a building at the end of a travel route where passengers arrive and depart.
the words of something written or printed.
the way something feels when you touch it.
the act of stealing.
an imaginary animal in myths and fairy tales. A unicorn is like a horse, but has a long, spiraled horn on its forehead.
a machine for riding on, with pedals, a saddle, and one wheel. Unicycles are sometimes used for performing acrobatic tricks.
1) all the words in a language.
2) all the words that are known and used by a person.
a wooden musical instrument with four strings. The violin body is held below the chin and played with a bow.
the sound that comes out of your mouth when you speak of sing.
to tell or signal to someone that there may be a problem of danger ahead.
1) to use more of something than you really need of want.
2) to fail to use something.
to look at and pay attention to someone or something for a time.
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