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after
after /ˈɑːftə(r)/
(adj) later than something; following something in time
Example: And they all lived happily ever after.


any
any /ˈeni/
determiner used with uncountable or plural nouns in negative sentences and questions, after if or whether , and after some verbs such as prevent , ban , forbid , etc. to refer to an amount or a number of something, however large or small
Example: I've got hardly any money.


approach
approach /əˈprəʊtʃ/
(n) a way of dealing with somebody/something; a way of doing or thinking about something such as a problem or a task
Example: She took the wrong approach in her dealings with them.


ashamed
ashamed /əˈʃeɪmd/
(adj) feeling shame or feeling embarrassed about somebody/something or because of something you have done
Example: You act as if you're ashamed to be seen with me.


continuous
continuous /kənˈtɪnjuəs/
(adj) happening or existing for a period of time without being interrupted
Example: The rain has been continuous since this morning.


elevator
elevator /ˈelɪveɪtə(r)/
(n) a machine that carries people or goods up and down to different levels in a building or a mine
Example: It's on the fifth floor, so we'd better take the elevator.


firmly
firmly /ˈfɜːmli/
(adj) in a strong or definite way
Example: It is now firmly established as one of the leading brands in the country.


glove
glove /ɡlʌv/
(n) a piece of clothing for the hand, made of wool, leather, etc. with separate parts for each finger and the thumb
Example: a pair of gloves


host
host /həʊst/
(v) a person who invites guests to a meal, a party, etc. or who has people staying at their house
Example: The Arts Centre is hosting a folk festival this summer.


invention
invention /ɪnˈvenʃn/
(n) a thing or an idea that has been invented
Example: Fax machines were a wonderful invention at the time.


iron
iron /ˈaɪən/
(v) a chemical element. Iron is a hard strong metal that is used to make steel and is also found in small quantities in blood and food.
Example: He was ironing when I arrived.


joint
joint /dʒɔɪnt/
(n) involving two or more people together
Example: inflammation of the knee joint


knife
knife /naɪf/
(n) a sharp blade (= metal edge) with a handle, used for cutting or as a weapon
Example: He had been stabbed repeatedly with a kitchen knife.


living
living /ˈlɪvɪŋ/
(adj) alive now
Example: all living things


lock
lock /lɒk/
(n) to fasten something with a lock; to be fastened with a lock
Example: She turned the key in the lock.