Chapter 10 Longman Academic Reading 3
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n. an opinion or a judgement about somebody/something that has been thought about very carefully
n. in legal contexts: money that somebody agrees to pay if a person accused of a crime does not appear at their trial. When the bond has been arranged, the accused person is allowed to go free until the trial.
n. the act of illegally entering a building in order to steal things
n. making something to look like an exact copy of something else in order to trick people
n. (formal) the crime of killing somebody deliberately; murder
n. being in prison or in another place that you can't escape from
n. a person who is kept in a prison or mental hospital
n. the chance of something happening; how likely something is to happen
n. a situation or a pattern of behaviour that is usual or expected
n. a person who commits a crime; someone or something that does something harmful or wrong
n. the act or habit of continuing to commit crimes, and seeming unable to stop, even after being punished
n. the process of helping somebody to have a normal, useful life again after they have been very ill/sick or in prison for a long time
n. a feeling of unity between people who have the same interests, goals, etc.
n. being steady and not changing or being disturbed in any way
n. a person who does a job without being paid for it
v. to do something in defense or in response to something
v. to say that something is not true; also, to refuse to admit to something
v. to increase or further improve the good quality, value or status of somebody or something
v. to form an opinion of the amount, value or quality of something after thinking about it carefully
v. to make something, such as an idea or an attitude, an important part of the kind of person you are
v. to put a word or name on something to describe or identify it
v. to increase quickly to a very high level or amount
adj. sudden, very great and often surprising (referring to a change or event)
adj. not having enough money, food, clothes, etc.
adj. happening again with increased interest or strength
adj. reacting in a desired or positive way; also, quick to react or respond
adj. operating in or involving more than one country
adj. seeming to be everywhere or in several places at the same time; very common
n. phrase: a prison or jail
n.phrase: countries that have many industries and a complex economic system
n.phrase: countries that have few industries and many poor people who are unable to buy the things they need
n.phrase: things (like culture, interests, or experiences) that are shared between people or groups and form a connection between them
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