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


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Bear in mind

To keep something in your mind

Please bear in your mind these all vocabularies



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Put your mind at ease


Don’t worry

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My mind went blank


I can’t remember anything

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Keep an open mind


Don’t be judgmental person

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It slipped my mind


I forgot


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Have something on your mind


Worrying about something

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Allergy


A condition that makes a person become ill or develop skin or breathing problems because they have eaten certain foods or been near certain substances

An allergy to plants



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Anxiety


An uncomfortable feeling of nervousness or worry about something that is happening or might happen in the future

Children normally feel a lot of anxiety about their first day at school.



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Insomnia

When someone is unable to sleep, over a period of time

Holly suffered from insomnia for months after her daughter was born.



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Ingredients


A food that is used with other foods in the preparation of a particular dish

The list of ingredients included 250g of almonds.



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Infection


A disease in a part of your body that is caused by bacteria or a virus

A serious infection



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Heart attack


A serious medical condition in which the heart does not get enough blood, causing great pain and often leading to death

John had a heart attack three years ago.



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Health


The condition of the body and the degree to which it is free from illness, or the state of being well

To be in good/poor health



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Harm

To hurt someone or damage something

Thankfully no one was harmed in the accident.



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Fat


Having a lot of flesh on the body

Like most women, she thinks she's fat.



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Fast food

Hot food such as a burger that is quick to cook or is already cooked and is therefore served very quickly in a restaurant


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Factory


A building or set of buildings where large amounts of goods are made using machines

A car/shoe/textile factory



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Exercise


Physical activity that you do to make your body strong and healthy

Swimming is my favourite form of exercise.



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Eating disorder


Eating incorrectly

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Disease


Illness of people, animals, plants, etc., caused by infection or a failure of health rather than by an accident

A contagious/infectious disease



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Dietician

A person who scientifically studies, and gives advice about, food and eating

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To be on a diet

Limiting oneself from eating too much

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Diagnosis

A judgment about what a particular illness or problem is, made after examining it. Eg: "What was the diagnosis?" "Arthritis in both joints."

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Curb cravings


Limit the desire that a person really wants

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Benefit

A helpful or good effect, or something intended to help

The discovery of oil brought many benefits to the town.



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Asset

A useful or valuable quality, skill or person

He'll be a great asset to the team.



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Artery


One of the thick tubes that carry blood from the heart to other parts of the body

Hardening of the coronary arteries can lead to a heart attack.



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Trigger


To cause something bad to start

Some people find that certain foods trigger their headaches.



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Stimulate


To encourage something to grow, develop or become active

The government plans to cut taxes in order to stimulate the economy.



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Skip


1)to not do or not have something that you usually do or that you should do; to avoid Ex: I'm trying to lose weight, so I'm skipping (= not eating) lunch today.

2) to leave one thing or place, especially quickly, in order to go to another

Ex: This part of the book isn't very interesting, so I'm going to skip (over) it.


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Reduce


To make something smaller in size, amount, degree, importance, etc

Do nuclear weapons really reduce the risk of war?



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Recover

To get back something lost, especially health, ability, possessions, etc

It took her a long while to recover (= become completely well again) from/after her heart operation.



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Recommend


To suggest that someone or something would be good or suitable for a particular job or purpose, or to suggest that a particular action should be done

Ex: I can recommend the chicken in mushroom sauce - it's delicious.



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Prevent


To stop something from happening or someone from doing something

Label your suitcases to prevent confusion.



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Overeating


To eat more food than your body needs, especially so that you feel uncomfortably full

Ex: Overeating is surely the main cause of obesity.



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Overdo

To do something in a way that is too extreme

After a heart attack you have to be careful not to overdo it/things (= you have to work and live calmly) .




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Maintain


To continue to have; to keep in existence, or not allow to become less

The army has been brought in to maintain order in the region.



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Eliminate

To remove or take away

A move towards healthy eating could help eliminate heart disease.



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Disrupt

To prevent something, especially a system, process or event, from continuing as usual or as expected

A heavy fall of snow had disrupted the city's transport system.



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Diminish


To reduce or be reduced in size or importance

I don't want to diminish her achievements, but she did have a lot of help.



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Counteract

To reduce or remove the effect of something unwanted by producing an opposite effect

Drinking a lot of water counteracts the dehydrating effects of hot weather.




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Vital

Necessary for the success or continued existence of something; extremely important

It's absolutely vital that you do exactly as I say.



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Regular

Happening or doing something often

Top footballers make regular appearances on TV.



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Persistent


1. Lasting for a long time or difficult to get rid of

Symptoms of the illness include a high temperature and a persistent dry cough.

2. Someone who is persistent continues doing something or tries to do something in a determined but often unreasonable way

Be persistent - don't give up.



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Overweight


Fat

He used to be very overweight.



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Obese


Extremely fat


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Moderate


Neither small nor large but between the two; clearly within the limits of a range of possibilities

Moderate growth/inflation



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Infectious


Able to pass a disease from one person, animal or plant to another

An infectious disease/patient



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Chronic


(especially of a disease or something bad) continuing for a long time

Chronic diseases/conditions



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Brisk


Quick, energetic and active

A brisk walk




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Alternate


To happen or exist one after the other repeatedly

She alternated between cheerfulness and deep despair.






Acute


  • If a bad situation is acute, it causes severe problems or damage

She felt acute embarrassment/anxiety/concern at his behaviour.

2) (of the senses, intelligence, etc.) Very good, accurate and able to notice very small differences Ex: acute eyesight/hearing



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Weight

The amount that something or someone weighs

What weight can this lorry safely carry?



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Variety


The characteristic of often changing and being different

When preparing meals, you need to think about variety and taste as well as nutritional value.



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Therapy


A treatment which helps someone feel better, grow stronger, etc., especially after an illness

Speech therapy



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Treatment


The use of drugs, exercises, etc. To cure a person of an illness or injury

Free dental treatment



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Stroke


A sudden change in the blood supply to a part of the brain, which can cause a loss of the ability to move particular parts of the body

She suffered/had a stroke which left her unable to speak.



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Risk


To do something although there is a chance of a bad result

"It's dangerous to cross here." "i'll just have to risk it ."



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Portion


A part or share of something larger

A large/major portion of the company's profit goes straight back into new projects.



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Nutrition


The substances that you take into your body as food and the way that they influence your health

Good nutrition is essential if patients are to make a quick recovery.



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Intake


The amount of a particular substance which is eaten or drunk during a particular time

It says on the packet that four slices of this bread contains one half of your recommended daily intake of fibre.



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Junk food

Food that is unhealthy but is quick and easy to eat

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Muscle


One of many tissues in the body that can tighten and relax to produce movement

Neck/back/leg/stomach muscles



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Onset of smth


The moment at which something unpleasant begins

The new treatment can delay the onset of the disease by several years.



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Attitude


A feeling or opinion about something or someone, or a way of behaving that is caused by this

It's often very difficult to change people's attitudes.



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Competition


When someone is trying to win something or be more successful than someone else

Competition for jobs is intense.



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Creativity


Producing or using original and unusual ideas

A creative person/artist/designer/programmer



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Desire


To want something, especially strongly

I desire only to be left in peace.



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Disappointed


Unhappy because someone or something was not as good as you hoped or expected, or because something did not happen

We were deeply disappointed at/about the result.



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Experience

1) knowledge or skill from doing, seeing or feeling things

Do you have any experience of working with kids (= Have you ever worked with them) ?

2) If you experience something, it happens to you, or you feel it

We experienced a lot of difficulty in selling our house.



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Goal


An aim or purpose

Our goal is for the country to be fully independent within two years.



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Insight


(the ability to have) a clear, deep and sometimes sudden understanding of a complicated problem or situation

It was an interesting book, full of fascinating insights into human relationships.



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Leisure


The time when you are not working or doing other duties

Leisure activities

Most people only have a limited amount of leisure time .


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Lifestyle

Someone's way of living; the things that a person or particular group of people usually do

Ex: He doesn't have a very healthy lifestyle.



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Optimist


Someone who always believes that good things will happen. Eg: She's a born optimist (= someone who has always been optimistic).

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Outlook

1.the likely future situation.2a person's way of understanding and thinking about something . 3 a view

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Opportunity

An occasion or situation which makes it possible to do something that you want to do or have to do, or the possibility of doing something

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Personality


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