EN : 13 Reasons Why

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Peeping Tom
A voyeur
Creepy
Scary and disturbing
Thrill
Excitement
Stalk
To follow a person slowly and quietly
Goody Two-Shoes
Excessively complacent and self-satisfied
Deny
To say that something us not true
Freak out
To become very upset
Dumb
Stupid, foolish
Peek at
To look at sonething briefly
Ad-lib
Improvise
Posed
Tu stand, sit, or lie down in a particular position as a model for a photograph, painting, etc
Genuinely
Honestly, sincerely
Groom
To make someone, something attractive, neat
Flawless
Immaculate
Valedictorian
The student who has the highest grades in a graduating class and who gives a speech at graduation ceremonies
Gee
Exclamation used especially to show surprise, enthusiasm, or disappointment
Outcast
Outsider, somebody excluded from society
Plead
Beg, implore
Backfire
To have the opposite result of what was desired or expected
Prowl
Stalk
Survey
An activity in which many people are asked a question or a series of questions in order tu gather information about what most people do or think about something
Buck
A dollar
Elective
An optional class
Lumberjack
A person whose job is cut down trees for wood
Fallback
An alternative option
Jerk around
To be unfair and dishonest with
Shrug off
To think of or treat (something) as not important : to pay no attention to (something)
Pissed
Very angry
Shrugger
A person who shrugs and raises their eyes in a attempt to be modest while bragging about oneself
Good-off
A person who avoids work or responsibility
Brag
To talk about yourself, your achievments, your family, etc., in a way that shows too much pride
Mess with
To cause trouble for (someone) : to deal with (someone) in a way that may cause anger or violence
Dork
A person who behaves awkwardly around other people and usually has unstylish clothes, hair, etc
Stand sb up
To fail to meet or keep an appointment with (someone)
Tease
A flirtatious person
Yard sale
A sale of used household belongings, typically held outdoors at the home of the seller
Pop up
Appear, come up
A piece of cake
Super easy
Spur-of-the-moment
Sudden, spontaneous
Take someone for granted
To underestimate someone's value
Make out
Kiss
Senior
A fourth year
Schedule
Timetable
Relevance
Importance
JV
Junior Varsity. A high school team that competes at interschools sports
Yours truly
I, Myself, me
Mess up
Ruin something
Dump
Break up with somebody/leave someone
Slut
A woman considered sexually promiscuous
Brag
To talk about yourself in a boastful and arrogant way
Tale
A story
Prep
Preparation
Jackass
A stupid person
Morse code
A means of transmitting information through a series of codes
Scar
Cause somebody a form of damage
Grimy
Dirty
Jerk
A stupid person who treats others badly
Smack
To slap and hit hard
Stunt
Something done in public to get attention
Piss somebody off
Get somebody angry
Spin-the-bottle
A game, usually played with a group of men and women, perhaps in addition to or after drinking, that involves spinning a bottle in turn, and the person who the bottle stops spinning on must kiss the person who spun it
Buddy
A friend
Hang out
Spend time with
Stutter
To have a speech problem that causes you to repeat the beginning sound of some words
Olly-olly-oxen-free
Phrase used in children's games, which is generally used to indicate that people who are hiding (f. Ex. Hide and seek) can safely come out into the open
Cheesy
Lacking taste and style
Chitchat
Friendly conversation about things that are not important
Pat-a-cake
A children's game in which two people lightly hit their hands together while singing a short poem
Made-up
Invented, not true
malted
powder obtained from grains
outcast
somebody who is socially excluded
safe haven
place where you feel protected from harm and danger
snicker
to make a short, quiet laugh in a way that shows disrespect
bookrack
a framework or a stand holding books
booth
a table in a restaurant with seats and high backs
collapse
a situation or occurrence in which something loses almost all of its worth or value
slow boil
when it takes too much time for somebody to react
make ends meet
to pay for the things that you need to live when you have little money
meltdown
a very fast loss of emotional self-control
back off
to stop being involved in a situation, usually in order to allow other people to deal with it themselves
overlook
to fail to notice or consider something or someone
curriculum
course program
get under somebody's skin
to annoy someone
juicy
scandalous, sensational, interesting
stellar
outstanding, excellent
flaw
imperfection
be grounded
be punished
outcome
result
curse
swear, insult, be mad at
the guts
the courage
smashed
really drunk, wasted, hammared
puke
throw up, vomit
night shift
a period of time during the night in which a person is scheduled to work
wave over
to signal a person with your hand to come over
knot up
how things are connected in a twisted way
dent
an area on a surface that is lower than the rest of the surface especially because of being hit or pushed in
healing
getting/feeling better after a period of sickness / mourning after somebody's deaths
sneak
to move quietly and secretly in order to avoid being noticed
make up your mind
make a firm decision
barf
vomit
hold a grudge
a bad feeling or hate you hold against somebody for something bad they did
graphic
explicit, detailed
shaky
unsteady, insecure
pop out of the woodwork
to appear suddenly and unexpectantly
moonlight
to work at another job, often at night, in addition to one's full time job
rustle
a quick series of soft, light sounds caused when things rub against each other
spool
a round object that is made to have something wrapped around it
custodian
someone who keeps and protects something valuable for another person