allow /əˈlaʊ/ (v) to let somebody/something do something; to let something happen or be done Example: His parents won't allow him to stay out late.
ambulance /ˈæmbjələns/ (n) a vehicle with special equipment, used for taking sick or injured people to a hospital Example: ambulance staff
belong to somebody Example: The islands belong to Spain.
boot /buːt/ (n) a strong shoe that covers the foot and ankle and often the lower part of the leg Example: hiking boots
disagreement /ˌdɪsəˈɡriːmənt/ (n) a situation where people have different opinions about something and often argue Example: We are in total disagreement as to how to proceed.
division /dɪˈvɪʒn/ (n) the process or result of dividing into separate parts; the process or result of dividing something or sharing it out Example: a distinction which cuts right across the familiar division into arts and sciences
east /iːst/ (adj) the direction that you look towards to see the sun rise; one of the four main points of the compass Example: The house faces east.
factory /ˈfæktri/ (n) a building or group of buildings where goods are made, mainly by machine Example: factory workers
finally /ˈfaɪnəli/ (adj) after a long time, especially when there has been some difficulty or delay Example: I finally managed to get her attention.
international /ˌɪntəˈnæʃnəl/ (adj) connected with or involving two or more countries Example: an international airport/school/company
mark /mɑːk/ (v) to write or draw a symbol, line, etc. on something in order to give information about it Example: Items marked with an asterisk can be omitted.
mile /maɪl/ (n) a unit for measuring distance equal to 1 609 metres or 1 760 yards Example: We did about 30 miles a day on our cycling trip.
priest /priːst/ (n) a person who is qualified to perform religious duties and ceremonies in the Roman Catholic, Anglican and Orthodox Churches Example: a parish priest
railroad /ˈreɪlrəʊd/ (n) a track with rails on which trains run Example: railroad tracks
rare /reə(r)/ (adj) not done, seen, happening, etc. very often Example: It was a rare (= very great) honour to be made a fellow of the college.