afternoon /ˌɑːftəˈnuːn/ (n) the period of time from 12 o'clock in the middle of the day until about 6 o’clock in the evening Example: Come over on Sunday afternoon.
arm /ɑːm/ (v) either of the two long parts that stick out from the top of the body and connect the shoulders to the hands Example: The country was arming against the enemy.
bank /bæŋk/ (n) an organization that provides various financial services, for example keeping or lending money Example: a bank manager
base /beɪs/ (v) the lowest part of something, especially the part or surface on which it rests or stands Example: We're going to base ourselves in Tokyo and make trips from there.
card /kɑːd/ (n) thick, stiff paper; a piece of this for writing on Example: a piece of card
comedy /ˈkɒmədi/ (n) a play, film or TV show that is intended to be funny, usually with a happy ending; plays, films and TV shows of this type Example: slapstick comedy
criticize /ˈkrɪtɪsaɪz/ (v) to say that you think somebody/something is bad; to say what you do not like or think is wrong about somebody/something Example: All you ever do is criticize!
crop /krɒp/ (n) a plant that is grown in large quantities, especially as food Example: Sugar is an important crop on the island.
easy /ˈiːzi/ (adj) not difficult; done or obtained without a lot of effort or problems Example: It can't be easy for her, on her own with the children.
egg /eɡ/ (n) a small oval object with a thin hard shell produced by a female bird and containing a young bird; a similar object (without a hard shell) produced by a female fish, insect, etc. Example: The fish lay thousands of eggs at one time.
fifty /ˈfɪfti/ (adj) 50 Example: How fast were they driving?\" \"They were doing fifty (miles an hour).\"
ignore /ɪɡˈnɔː(r)/ (v) to pay no attention to something Example: We cannot afford to ignore their advice.
impact /ˈɪmpækt/ (n) the powerful effect that something has on somebody/something Example: Businesses are beginning to feel the full impact of the recession.
instruction /ɪnˈstrʌkʃn/ (n) detailed information on how to do or use something Example: The plant comes with full instructions on how to care for it.
most /məʊst/ (adj) the largest in number or amount Example: It was the people with the least money who gave most generously.