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7차 시험 영어
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a soft, padded chair with arms.
a suit of thick, metal plates worn long ago to protect knights in battle.
1) to plan something.
2) to place something in a special order.
something false that is made to look like the real thing.
to receive help from someone or something.
a soft, flat hat.
in the middle of.
to love or value someone or something highly.
a pipe above a fire that takes smoke out of a building.
1) a small piece of something that has broken off something larger.
2) a gap or mark on something, showing the place where a small part has broken off.
3) a small piece of material with many tiny electronic circuits printed on it. Chips are used in electronic devices for storing information.
sad and upset.
to sleep lightly for a short time.
to make someone feel ashamed or shy.
a sudden, dangerous event.
to leave your own country to go to live in another.
to touch or hit something in a quick, light way
a group of birds, or animals such as sheep or goats.
to crush something into a powder by rubbing it.
to hold on to something very firmly.
an activity that you do for enjoyment in your spare time.
a hollow place or gap.
a period of time off from school or work, often to celebrate a special event.
to create a picture of something in your mind.
to copy the way that someone talks or does something.
a long, pointed stick that is thrown like a spear in athletic competitions
a small, open vehicle for driving over rough ground.
a room in which food is prepared and cooked.
a light, material-covered frame that is flown in the air. Kites are attached to a string held by a person on the ground.
a reptile with scales. Most types of lizard have four legs and a long tail. Many lizards live in warm regions and eat insects.
an amount of something that is carried.
having to do with the area near to a place.
one of a group of mammals that carry their babies in pouches. Kangaroos and koalas are marsupials.
to be similar to, or to go well with, something else.
the study of numbers, quantities, shapes, and sizes. Mathematics is often shortened to "math."
1) not anything.
to see or be aware of something and pay attention to it.
a substance that you put on your skin or on a wound to make it better.
to leave something out, or to do something.
an evergreen tree that has needle-shaped leaves and produces cones.
a tube through which liquids and gases can flow.
someone who attacks and robs ships or boats at sea.
to have an argument or disagreement with someone.
an area by a harbor where ships are loaded and unloaded.
a common rodent that looks like a large mouse. Some kind of rat eat plants, while others eat small animals. They can gnaw through stone, wood, and even metal with their strong front teeth.
1) a speed.
2) a level of payment.
a way of sending messages by signaling with two flags. The flags are held in different position to represent each letter of the alphabet.
thinking clearly or practical.
to set apart from each other.
a dull sound made when a heavy object falls on something.
the short, thick finger set apart from your other fingers at the side of your hand.
to touch someone's skin lightly, making them laugh or squirm.
sad or miserable.
1) two or more people, places, or things that are joined together to become one.
2) a group of workers that join together to take care of the concerns of employees.
a mountain that is created by lava from inside the Earth.
Volcanoes sometimes erupt, sending lava and ash down onto the surrounding country.
a person who offers to do something without being told or paid to do it.
to clean yourself or something else with water and soap.
a type of flying insect that can sting. A wasp uses its sting to defend itself and to catch other insects for food.
a special photograph that shows your bones and other parts that are inside your body.
nothing or none.
a blue-white, brittle metal.
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