22 terms

Unit 2

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balanced (adj.)
consisting of parts that are in correct or pleasing proportions
calories (pl. n.)
units for measuring the energy value of food
concentrate (v.) (to concentrate on sth)
give attention or effort
consume (v.)
eat or drink
diet (n.) ( a healthy/balanced diet)
1. food you usually eat
2. an eating plan in which someone eats less food
mix (v.)
combine different things, stir
mood (n.) (to be in a good/bad mood)
the way you feel at a particular time
rely on (phrasal v.)
depend on
spicy (adj.) (spicy food)
having a strong, hot flavor
wise (adj.)
having knowledge to make good and sensible decisions, intelligent
flavour / flavor (n.)
taste; how food or drink tastes, or a particular taste itself
texture (n.) ( a smooth/rough texture)
the quality of something that can be decided by touch; the degree to which something is rough or smooth, or soft or hard
trend (n.) (the latest fashion trend)
a general development or change in a situation or in the way that people are behaving
distinguish (v.) (to distinguish between A and B)
to tell the difference
estimate (v.)
to guess or calculate the cost, size, value, etc. of something; calculate approximately
swallow (v.)
to cause food, drink, pills, etc. to move from your mouth into your stomach by using the muscles of your throat
complex (adj.)
complicated; difficult to understand or find an answer to because of having many different parts
disgusting (adj.)
extremely unpleasant or unacceptable, terrible
occasionally (adv.)
sometimes but not often
perhaps (adv.)
used to show that something is possible or that you are not certain about something
really (adv.) (e.g. He isn't really angry.)
in fact
keep an eye on (phrase)
to watch or take care of something or someone; check often
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