Word List


Cut (v) verb I will cut the pictures out now
Divide into pieces with a knife or other sharp implement
Condition Noun His condition was unknown
the state of something with regard to it's appearance, quality or working order
Breathe Verb He had to breathe very quietly now
take air into the lungs and then expel it
Bruise Noun He had an unsightly bruise on his arm
an injury appearing in an area of discoloured skin on the body cause by a blow rupturing blood vessels
Building Noun The building was very tall and wide
a structure with a roof and walls
Chin Noun Her chin had been cut
the protruding part of the face below the mouth formed by the apex of the lower jaw
Connect Verb She didn't connect the calls straight away
put someone in contact by telephone
Crew Noun The crew worked quickly and efficiently
a group of people who work on and operate a vehicle
Emergency Noun It was an emergency situation
a serious unexpected and often dangerous situation requiring immediate action
Evidence Noun The evidence was inconclusive, he would walk free
the available body of facts or information indicating whether a belief or proposition is true or valid
Forehead Noun Her forehead was fine
the part of the face above the eyebrows
Immediate Adjective Her immediate neighbour was Mrs Brown
nearest or next to in space
Move Verb He couldn't move his legs since the accident
change the place or position of
Nature Noun It was in her nature
the basic or inherent features of something
Property Noun It happened on the property for sure
a building or buildings and the land belonging to them
Relax Verb The doctor had told him to relax more
make or become less tense or anxious
Require Verb He didn't require a visa anymore
need for a particular purpose
Shallow Adjective The bath was far too shallow
of little depth
Shortly Adverb He would be here shortly
in a short time; soon
Sweat (n) Noun He was covered in sweat
moisture exuded through the pores of the skin
Unconscious Adjective He was knocked unconscious by her
not awake or aware of and responding to one's environment
Wheeze Verb He had begun to wheeze after all the running
breathe with a whistling or rattling sound in the chest, as a result of obstruction in the air passages
Access Noun The guests had access to the hotel's pool
(often access to) the means or opportunity to approach or enter a place
Position Verb They had to position the shelf carefully
put or arrange (someone or something) in a particular place or way
Sweat (v) Verb You sweat after exercise
exude sweat
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