Q3_2e Unit 5 Listening 2

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discover (v.)
to find or learn something that no one knew or had found before
invention (n.)
something made for the first time
investigate (v.)
to try to find out all the facts about something
locate (v.)
to find the exact position of someone or something
mystery (n.)
a thing that you cannot understand or explain
previous (adj.)
coming or happening before or earlier
prove (v.)
to use facts or evidence to show that something is true
reputation (n.)
the opinion that people in general have about someone or something
retire (v.)
to stop working, usually because you have reached a certain age
solve (v.)
to find a way of dealing with a problem or situation