Cycle 18 words
Terms in this set (42)
a rule, usually made by a government
the lower part of your face that moves when you open your mouth
a thin hollow tube of plastic for sucking your drink from a glass or bottle.
the foot of an animal
to change from a solid to a liquid because of an increase in temperature
past tense of 'see' (= to notice people and things with your eyes)
one of the sharp curved nails at the end of the toes of animals or birds
to move slowly along the ground
a type of large bird that catches small birds and animals for food
a boy's/ man's name
a sea animal with a shell
unpleasantly thin, often with bones showing
used for seeing
a clear liquid which is colourless and tasteless
the part of the body at the bottom of the leg that a person or animal stands on
very satisfactory or interesting:
E.g. He had a really good time at the concert.
to prepare food and usually heat it
a hard material made from the trunks of trees
past tense of 'shake' (= to make quick, short movements from side to side or up and down)
past tense of 'stand' (= to be in a vertical position on your feet)
someone who is dishonest and steals, cheats or lies
the soft, thick hair on sheep
a curved object used for catching or holding things
measuring a greater distance from end to end
from one part of a road, river to another: E.g. The man took a walk along the beach.
the planet that shines in the sky at night
a short sound made by an owl
in a short time:
E.g. I need to be home soon; my mother is waiting for me.
to fire a bullet from a gun or to fire an arrow
part of a building, separated from other parts by walls, floors, and ceilings
something that people or animals eat
something you use with your hands to do something
large and not fitting tightly
an object with a handle and a curved part at one end, used for eating or serving food
part of a plant that grows under the ground
an area of water made for people to swim in
to decide which thing you want
flat, with no holes or lumps:
E.g. The surface of the table is smooth.
one of the hard, white objects in your mouth that you use for biting food
to remove a portion of something using a spoon or your curved hands
no longer working; switch off the fans
used to say what might happen if something else happens:
Eg: She would be very happy if you give her a present for her birthday.