angry /ˈæŋɡri/ (adj) having strong feelings about something that you dislike very much or about an unfair situation Example: The passengers grew angry about the delay.
apartment /əˈpɑːtmənt/ (n) a set of rooms for living in, usually on one floor of a building Example: I'll give you the keys to my apartment.
cap /kæp/ (n) a type of soft flat hat with a peak (= a hard curved part sticking out in front) . Caps are worn especially by men and boys, often as part of a uniform Example: a school cap
cell phone /ˈsel fəʊn/ (n) a phone that does not have wires and works by radio, and that you can carry with you and use anywhere Example: I talked to her on my cell phone.
deaf /def/ (adj) unable to hear anything or unable to hear very well Example: She was born deaf.
desperate /ˈdespərət/ (adj) feeling or showing that you have little hope and are ready to do anything without worrying about danger to yourself or others Example: I heard sounds of a desperate struggle in the next room.
determined /dɪˈtɜːmɪnd/ (adj) having made a definite decision to do something and not letting anyone prevent you Example: I'm determined to succeed.
disc /dɪsk/ (n) a thin flat round object Example: This recording is available online or on disc.
elderly /ˈeldəli/ (adj) used as a polite word for ‘ old’ Example: an elderly couple
emergency /ɪˈmɜːdʒənsi/ (n) a sudden serious and dangerous event or situation that needs immediate action to deal with it Example: This door should only be used in an emergency.
flash /flæʃ/ (n) a sudden bright light that shines for a moment and then disappears Example: a flash of lightning
foundation /faʊnˈdeɪʃn/ (n) a principle, an idea or a fact that something is based on and that it grows from Example: These stories have no foundation(= are not based on any facts).
free /friː/ (adj) without particular plans or arrangements; not busy Example: Children under five travel free.
gear /ɡɪə(r)/ (n) equipment in a vehicle that changes the relation between engine speed (or pedal speed on a bicycle) and the speed of the wheels moving forwards or backwards Example: The car pulled up with a screech of brakes and a grinding of gears.
get /ɡet/ (v) to receive something Example: This room gets very little sunshine.