verb to be able to buy or do something because you have enough money or time: Few people are able to ______ cars like that.
noun a piece of equipment that makes a ringing sound, used as a signal or to get someone's attention: I stood at the front door and rang the ______ several times
noun a device which releases drops of water through a lot of very small holes and which you stand under to wash your whole body: The ______ is broken - you'll have to have a bath.
adjective working or operating quickly and effectively in an organized way: The city's transport system is one of the most _____ in Europe.
Adjective If a surface such as paper or skin is rough, it does not feel smooth when you touch it: My hands get very _____ in the cold.
verb to choose someone officially for a job or responsibility: We will _____ three new teachers this year.
noun a thin pointed piece of metal with a flat top, which you hit into a surface with a hammer, for example to join things together or to hang something on: Hammer a _____ into the wall and we'll hang the mirror from it.
noun a piece of a solid substance, usually with no particular shape: Melt a ______ of butter in your frying-pan.
adjective existing since the beginning, or being the earliest form of something: The ______ plan was to fly out to New York.
adjective not soft but not completely hard: These pears are still too ______ to eat.
verb to give a loud shout of approval or encouragement: Everyone will ______ when the winners received their medals.
noun a box-shaped container without a top which is part of a piece of furniture. It slides in and out to open and close and is used for keeping things in: I keep my socks in the bottom _______.
noun a building where criminals are forced to live as a punishment: He's spent a lot of time in _______.
noun a thick piece of wood from a tree: a roaring ______fire
noun a device that changes electricity or fuel into movement and makes a machine work: Our washing machine needs a new ______.
noun the covering that forms the top of a building, vehicle, etc: Put the luggage on the ______ of the car.
verb to keep something for a particular purpose or time: Please ______ these seats for the elderly and women with babies.
noun to fasten something with a key, or be fastened with a key: Don't forget to ______ the door when you go out.
adjective not feeling well, or suffering from a disease: I felt ______ so I went home.
adverb completely or in total: That'll be £52.50 ________, please.
noun a flat surface in a cinema, on a television or a computer system on which pictures or words are shown: Our television has a 9-inch _______.
noun when someone says that something is wrong or not satisfactory: We've had _______ that you've been playing your radio too loud.
adjective having or showing the ability to make good judgments, based on a deep understanding and experience of life: I think it would be ______ to wait and see how much money you've got left before you make any decisions.
noun something that is given to someone who is successful in a competition, race, game of chance etc: In this month's competition you could win a _____ worth £3000.
noun a large amount of a substance which does not have a definite or regular shape: a huge ______ of data
adjective only for one person or group and not for everyone; personal: She has a small office which is used for ______ discussions.
noun a narrow beam of light, heat, etc. travelling in a straight line from its place of origin: A ______ of sunshine shone through a gap in the clouds.
adverb in the future Problems may lie ______.
verb to start to be something: The weather has ________ warmer.
noun a long straight passage dug in the ground and filled with water for boats and ships to travel along: the Suez _______
noun a period of one hundred years It happened a ______ ago
noun the result of figuring something out with math After a little ______, I realized we don't have enough money to buy that car. We'll have to buy a cheaper one.
adjective something that is touching something else "I'm so glad I have _______lenses. At first I was afraid of putting them in my eyes, but now I don't mind it. They look nicer than glasses, too.
verb to fix something Let me ______ these mistakes in your paper for you. You know the teacher won't like it if you turn it in like this.
adjective connected with illness and injury and their treatment: _______ research
verb to remove someone from their job or something from its place, and put a new person or thing there You must ______ two of the tires on your car.
noun a message or information She gave me a _______ that she was ready to go home.
noun a hard solid mineral substance that is found in the ground, often used for building: The floors are made of _________.
noun the way you use to enter a building or reach a place: We're trying to improve _______ for disabled visitors.
verb to talk about something with another person or a group in order to exchange ideas or decide something: If you would like to _______ the matter further, please call me.
verb to grow or move into a larger area: Doha's population will continue to _______ rapidly.
verb if a statement, number, report etc refers to someone or something, it is about that person or thing The numbers ______ to our sales in Europe.
noun the order that something happens in, as in, Number them in sequence, 1,2,3 etc.: Number them in _______, 1,2,3, etc.
noun a special way of doing something: We used a special ___________ to solve the problem.