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sacrifice
to give up something that is valuable to you in order to help another person
juggle
to throw several objects up into the air, and then catch and throw them up repeatedly so that one or more stays in the air
distinction
a difference between two similar things
upbringing
the way in which you are treated and educated when young, especially by your parents, especially in relation to the effect that this has on how you behave and make moral decisions
eloquence
giving a clear, strong message
regret
a feeling of sadness about something sad or wrong or about a mistake that you have made
convince
to persuade someone or make someone certain
feral
existing in a wild state, especially describing an animal that was previously kept by people
capture
to take someone as a prisoner, or to take something into your possession, especially by force
account
a written or spoken description of an event
herd
a large group of animals of the same type that live and feed together
occasionally
sometimes but not often
on all fours
with your hands and knees on the ground
herbivorous
feeding only on plants
leap
to make a large jump or sudden movement, usually from one place to another
barely
Only just; almost not
cardboard
material like very thick stiff paper, usually pale brown in colour, used especially for making boxes
orphanage
a home for children whose parents are dead or unable to care for them
astonishing
very surprising
tear
Pull (something) apart or to pieces with force
come upon
to find something or meet someone unexpectedly
stamina
the physical and/or mental strength to do something that might be difficult and will take a long time
overcome
to defeat or succeed in controlling or dealing with something
to cope with
to deal successfully with a difficult situation
exceptionally
much greater than usual, especially in skill, intelligence, quality, etc
worthwhile
useful, important, or good enough to be a suitable reward for the money or time spent or the effort made
reward
something given in exchange for good behaviour or good work, etc.
turnover
the amount of business that a company does in a period of time
compare
to examine or look for the difference between two or more things
tough
strong; not easily broken or made weaker or defeated
prodigy
someone with a very great ability that usually shows itself when that person is a young child
proposal
a suggestion, sometimes a written one
idle
not working or being used
struggle
to experience difficulty and make a very great effort in order to do something
steep
rising or falling at a sharp angle
to set on
to attack someone (usually used in the passive)
far-fetched
very unlikely to be true, and difficult to believe
capable of sth
having the ability, power, or qualities to be able to do something
artificial
made by people, often as a copy of something natural
entrepreneur
someone who starts their own business, especially when this involves seeing a new opportunity
intense
extreme and forceful or (of a feeling) very strong
remain (verb)
to stay in the same place or in the same condition
unclaimed
If something is unclaimed, no one has said that it belongs to them or that they should have it
distinguished
used to describe a respected and admired person, or their work
conceivably
possible to imagine or to believe (elképzelhetően)
emerge
to appear by coming out of something or out from behind something
evolutionary
relating to the way in which living things develop over millions of years
the summit
the highest, most successful, or most important point in something
frontier
a border between two countries, or (especially in the past in the US) a border between land used to grow crops where people live and wild land
charter
the renting of a vehicle
restlessness
unwilling or unable to stay still or to be quiet and calm, because you are worried or bored
disastrous
extremely bad or unsuccessful
aviation
the activity of flying aircraft, or of designing, producing, and keeping them in good condition
demand (noun)
a strong request
remote (adj)
far away in distance or time, or not closely related
unwise (adj)
stupid and likely to cause problems
hurtle (verb)
to move very fast, especially in a way that seems dangerous
to object
to feel or express opposition to or dislike of something or someone
instinct (noun)
the way people or animals naturally react or behave, without having to think or learn about it
broaden (verb)
to ​become ​wider, or to ​cause something to ​become ​wider
widen (verb)
to ​become, or to make something ​greater in ​width
accelerate
When a ​vehicle or ​its ​driver accelerates, the ​speed of the ​vehicle ​increases
put up with
to accept somebody/something that is annoying, unpleasant, etc. without complaining or tolerate
became attached to
megszeret vkit, szívébe zár vkit
unheard
to not be ​listened to or ​considered (nem hallott)
hard up
not having enough money to pay for necessities
necessities
something that you need, ​especially in ​order to ​live (létminimum)
so-called
úgynevezett
get rid of sth
to ​remove something that you do not ​want any ​longer
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