Word List


Leaflet Noun They were given a leaflet about the upcoming sports centre
a printed sheet of paper containing information or advertising and usually distributed free
Leave Verb They had to leave the building
go away from
Assume Verb I assume there will be drinks provided
suppose to be the case, without proof
Charter Noun The charter tells us our rights
(in the UK) a written statement of the rights of a specified group of people
Cupboard Noun The cupboard door was open
a recess or piece of furniture with a door and usually shelves, used for storage
Customer Noun The worker mde sure the customer was happy
a person who buys goods or services from a shop or business
Doctor Noun He was a doctor
a person who is qualified to treat people who are ill
Glasses Noun She wore glasses
a pair of lenses set in a frame resting on the nose and ears, used to correct or assist defective eyesight
Health visitor Noun Jane was once a health visitor
a trained nurse who visits people in their homes to assist or advise the chronically ill or parents with very young children
Inform Verb They had to inform the woman of her condition
give (someone) facts or information; tell
Medication Noun He received the right medicine for his illness
a drug or other form of medicine that is used to treat or prevent disease
medicine Noun Brian bought his medicine from the pharmacist
a drug or other preparation for the treatment or prevention of disease
Patient Noun The doctor saw the patient at lunch
a person receiving or registered to receive medical treatment
Permission Noun They had permission to go ahead with the surgery
the action of officially allowing someone to do a particular thing; consent or authorization
Pharmacist Noun Mark was now a pharmacist
a person who is professionally qualified to prepare and dispense medicinal drugs
Point Noun This was the main point
a view, instruction or significant element of information amonst others
Read Verb Jane had to read the booklet
look at and comprehend the meaning of (written or printed matter) by interpreting the characters or symbols of which it is composed
Representative Noun She was a representative from the hospital
a person chosen or appointed to act or speak for another or others, in particular
Review Verb I had to review the procedure
assess (something) formally with the intention of instituting change if necessary
Rights Noun We all have human rights
rights held to be justifiably belonging to any person
See Verb Brian had to see the film
perceive with the eyes; discern visually
Spend Verb Holly liked to spend time with Jane
pass (time) in a specified way or in a particular place
Tablet Noun He took his tablet
a small disc or cylinder of a compressed solid substance, typically a measured amount of a medicine or drug
Keep Verb You must keep your files
have or retain possession of
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