ZUVL quiz 2 1551-1610

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quiet
adj. making little or no noise
bright
adj. having a strong, light color
contribute
v. to give something, especially money, in order to provide or achieve something together with other people
row
n. a line of things, people, animals, etc. arranged next to each other
search
n. when you try to find someone or something
limit
n. the largest amount of something that is possible or allowed
definition
n. an explanation of the meaning of a word or phrase
unemployment
n. the number of people who are unemployed
spread
v. spread something across, over, through to arrange something so that it covers a large area
mark
n. an area of dirt, damage, etc. that is left on something
flight
n. a journey in an aircraft
account
v. to be part of a total number of something
output
n. an amount of something produced by a person, machine, factory, country
last
v. to continue to happen, exist or be useful
tour
n. a visit to and around a place, area, or country
address
n. the details of where a building is, including the building number, road name, town
immediate
adj. happening or done without delay or very soon after something else
reduction
n. when something is decreased
interview
n. a meeting in which someone asks you questions to see if you are suitable for a job or course
assess
v. to make a judgment about the quality, size, value of something
promote
v. to encourage something to happen or develop
everybody
pron. everyone
suitable
adj. acceptable or right for someone or something
ought
modal verb - used to show when it is necessary, desirable or an advantage to do something
growing
adj. increasing
nod
v. to move your head up and down as a way of agreeing, to give someone a sign, or to point to something
reject
v. to refuse to accept or agree with something
while
n. a period of time
high
adv. having a large distance from the bottom to the top
dream
n. a series of events and images that happen in your mind while you are sleeping
vote
v. to show your choice or opinion in an election or meeting
divide
v. to separate into parts or groups
declare
v. to announce something publicly or officially
handle
v. to deal with something
detailed
adj. giving a lot of information
challenge
n. something that is difficult and tests someone's ability or desire
notice
n. a sign giving information about something
rain
n. water that falls from the sky in small drops
destroy
v. to damage something so badly that it does not exist or cannot be used
mountain
n. a very high hill
concentration
n. the ability to think carefully about something you are doing and nothing else
limited
adj. small in amount or number
finance
n. the control of how large amounts of money should be spent
pension
n. money that is paid regularly by the government or company to a person because they are old or ill
influence
v. to affect or change how someone or something develops, behaves, or thinks
afraid
adj. feeling fear
murder
n. the crime of intentionally killing someone
neck
n. the part of the body between your head and your shoulders
weapon
n. a gun, knife, or other object used to kill or hurt someone
hide
v. to put something or someone in a place where they cannot be seen or found, or to put yourself somewhere where you cannot be seen or found
offence
n. when something rude makes
someone upset or angry
absence
n. a time when you are not in a
particular place
error
n. a mistake, especially one that
can cause problems
representative
n. someone who speaks or does
something officially for another
person
enterprise
n. a business or organization
criticism
n. when you say that something or
someone is bad
average
adj. usual and like the most common
type
quick
adj. doing something fast or taking
only a short time
sufficient
adj. as much as is necessary
appointment
n. a time you have arranged to
meet someone or go
somewhere