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Cycle 16 words
Terms in this set (42)
the male leader of a country
a circular piece of jewellery usually worn on the finger
continuous tense of 'ring':
E.g. What a busy day! The telephone has been ringing off the hook all day long.
to produce a tune with one's voice
a seat joined by two ropes or chains
continuous tense of 'sing'
to throw something with a lot of force
to carry someone or something to a place or a person
past tense of 'sing'
to fasten or support something at the top leaving the other parts free to move
to make a sudden very loud noise
to make a loud deep ringing sound like that of metal being hit
past tense of 'spring' (= to move suddenly upwards or forward)
the number before 13
a piece of music with words that are sung
measuring a great distance from end to end
a round piece of metal that makes a loud sound when you hit it with a stick
a tool used to pick up objects
long, sharp points on an object, especially a fork
perfect tense of 'sing'
past tense of 'hang'
past tense of 'sting'
perfect tense of 'ring'
past tense of 'sling' (= to put something in a position where it hangs loosely)
past tense of 'swing'
people who are related to each other, such as a mother, a father, and their children
E.g. He's an actor and also a writer.
to go below the surface of water and not come back up
a surface of ice for skating
to have an idea
a pale red colour
to take in liquid through the mouth
when you open and close your eyes quickly
a place where people can keep their money at, borrow money from, etc.
past tense of 'sink'
to show that you are grateful because someone has done something good for you
a position in an organisation
to hit someone, usually a child, on their bottom
all the time:
E.g. The shop is open 24 hours everyday; you will always find it open.
not the same