The period of time in a person's life when they are developing into an adult


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Very well known and important

Eg: The government should be playing a more prominent role in promoting human rights.



919

Popular

Liked, enjoyed or supported by many people

920

Passionate about




921

Mundane

Very ordinary and therefore not interesting

922

Inspirational

Making you feel hopeful or encouraged

Eg: He gave an inspirational reading of his own poems.



923

Carving

A shape or pattern cut into wood or stone or the skill of doing this

924

Creation

The act of creating something, or the thing that is created

925

Emotion

A strong feeling such as love or anger, or strong feelings in general

Eg: Like a lot of men, he finds it hard to express his emotions.



926

Ballet

(a theatrical work with) a type of dancing where carefully organized movements tell a story or express an idea

927

Audience

The group of people together in one place to watch or listen to a play, film, someone speaking, etc.

928

Sculptor

Someone who creates sculptures

929

Response

An answer or reaction

Eg: Her proposals met with an enthusiastic response.



930

Fundamental

Forming the base, from which everything else develops; more important than anything else

931

Enrich

To improve the quality of something by adding something else

932

Relaxing

Making you feel relaxed

933

Literary

Connected with literature

934

Theatre

A building, room or outside structure with rows of seats, each row usually higher than the one in front, from which people can watch a performance or other activity

935

Classical

Describes music that is considered to be part of a long especially formal tradition and to be of lasting value

Eg: Do you prefer classical music like Mozart and Mahler, or pop?



936

Accomplished

Skilled

937

Creative


Producing or using original and unusual ideas

938

Interactive

Describes a system or computer program which is designed to involve the user in the exchange of information

939

Magical

Produced by or using magic

Eg: Diamonds were once thought to have magical powers.



940

Distracting

To make someone stop giving their attention to something

Eg: Please turn your music down - it's very distracting.



941

Theme

The main subject of a talk, book, film, etc.

942

Sculpture

The art of forming solid objects that represent a thing, person, idea, etc. Out of a material such as wood, clay, metal or stone, or an object made in this way

943

Exacerbate

To make something which is already bad worse

944

Compelling

If a reason, argument, etc. Is compelling, it makes you believe it or accept it because it is so strong

945

Underlying

Real but not immediately obvious

Eg: And what might be the underlying significance of these supposedly random acts?



946

Thereby

As a result of this action

947

Emulate

To copy something achieved by someone else and try to do it as well as they have

948

Gauge

To calculate an amount, especially by using a measuring device

949

Convey

To express a thought, feeling or idea so that it is understood by other people

Eg: His poetry conveys a great sense of religious devotion.



950

Entail

To make something necessary, or to involve something

951

Irrevocable

Impossible to change

952

Collaborate

To work with someone else for a special purpose

953

Hence

That is the reason or explanation for; therefore

954

Confiscate

To take a possession away from someone when you have the right to do so, usually as a punishment and often for a limited period, after which it is returned to the owner

955

Complacent

Eeling so satisfied with your own abilities or situation that you feel you do not need to try any harder

956

Ponder

To think carefully about something, especially for a noticeable length of time

Eg: She sat back for a minute to ponder her next move in the game.



957

Antiquated

Old-fashioned or unsuitable for modern society

958

Coerce into

To persuade someone forcefully to do something which they are unwilling to do

959

Wittingly




960

Accountable

Someone who is accountable is completely responsible for what they do and must be able to give a satisfactory reason for it

961

Engulf

To surround and cover something or someone completely

962

Insofar as

To the degree that

963

Negate

To cause something to have no effect

964

Indulge in

To allow yourself or another person to have something enjoyable, especially more than is good for you

965

Prior

Existing or happening before something else, or before a particular time

Eg: The course required no prior knowledge of Spanish.



966

Burgeoning

Developing quickly

967

Align

To put two or more things into a straight line

968

Alienate

To cause someone or a group of people to stop supporting and agreeing with you

Eg: All these changes to the newspaper have alienated its traditional readers.



969

Desolate

Describes a place that is empty and not attractive, with no people or nothing pleasant in it

970

Potent

Very powerful, forceful or effective

Eg: Surprise remains the terrorists' most potent weapon.



971

Incremental

  1. In a series of amounts

2. Small


972

Downplay

To make something seem less important or less bad than it really is

Eg: The government has been trying to downplay the crisis.



973

In the interim




974

Venture

A new activity, usually in business, which involves risk or uncertainty

975

Dismantle

To take a machine apart or to come apart into separate pieces

976

Subservient

Willing to do what other people want, or considering your wishes as less important than those of other people

Eg: The government was accused of being subservient to the interests of the pro-Europe campaigners.



977

Liaise

To speak to people in other organizations in order to exchange information with them

978

Whereby

By which way or method They've set up a plan whereby you can spread the cost over a period.

979

Inflict

To force someone to experience something very unpleasant

Eg: These new bullets are capable of inflicting massive injuries



980

Entitle

To give someone the right to do or have something

981

Plague

To cause worry, pain or difficulty to someone or something over a period of time

To annoy someone, especially by asking repeated questions



982

Cholera

A serious infection of the bowels caused by drinking infected water or eating infected food, causing diarrhoea, vomiting and often death

983

Yellow fewer

An infectious tropical disease which causes the skin to become yellow and can result in death

984

Scarlet fever

An infectious illness of children which causes a sore throat, a high body temperature, and red spots on the skin

985

Lice/louse

A very small insect that lives on the bodies or in the hair of people and animals

986

Cockroaches

A flat brown or black insect sometimes found in the home

987

Vermin

  1. Small animals and insects that can be harmful and which are difficult to control when they appear in large numbers

  2. People who are unpleasant and harmful to society

988

Dune

A small hill of sand near a beach or in a desert

989

Ridge

A long narrow raised part of a surface, especially a high edge along a mountain

Eg: We walked along the narrow mountain ridge.



990

Levy

An amount of money, such as a tax, that you have to pay to a government or organization

991

Intrinsic

Being an extremely important and basic characteristic of a person or thing

Eg: Maths is an intrinsic part of the school curriculum.



992

Suppress

To end something by force

Eg: The Hungarian uprising in 1956 was suppressed by the Soviet Union.



993

Indispensable

Something or someone that is indispensable is so good or important that you could not manage without them

994

Intact

  1. Complete and in the original state

  2. Not damaged

995

By no means




996

Volatile

Likely to change suddenly and unexpectedly or suddenly become violent or angry

997

To be bound to do smth




998

Revive

To come or bring something back to life, health, existence, or use

999

Wary of

Not completely trusting or certain about something or someone

1000

Conspicuous

Very noticeable or attracting attention, often in a way that is not wanted

Eg: In China, her blonde hair was conspicuous.



1001

Disillusioned with

Disappointed and unhappy because of discovering the truth about something or someone that you liked or respected

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