accidental /ˌæksɪˈdentl/ (adj) happening by chance; not planned Example: I didn't think our meeting was accidental—he must have known I would be there.
based /beɪst/ (adj) if one thing is based on another, it uses it or is developed from it Example: The movie is based on a real-life incident.
boil /bɔɪl/ (v) when a liquid boils or when you boil it, it is heated to the point where it forms bubbles and turns to steam or vapour Example: The water was bubbling and boiling away.
carry /ˈkæri/ (v) to support the weight of somebody/something and take them or it from place to place; to take somebody/something from one place to another Example: The injured were carried away on stretchers.
cease /siːs/ (v) to stop happening or existing; to stop something from happening or existing Example: You never cease to amaze me!
court /kɔːt/ (n) the place where legal trials take place and where crimes, etc. are judged Example: Her lawyer made a statement outside the court.
dear /dɪə(r)/ (adj) used at the beginning of a letter before the name or title of the person that you are writing to Example: He's one of my dearest friends.
edition /ɪˈdɪʃn/ (n) the form in which a book, newspaper, etc. is published Example: She collects first editions of Victorian novels.
email /ˈiːmeɪl/ (v) a way of sending messages and data to other people by means of computers connected together in a network Example: I'll email the documents to her.
exist /ɪɡˈzɪst/ (v) to be real; to be present in a place or situation Example: Does life exist on other planets?
forgive /fəˈɡɪv/ (v) to stop feeling angry with somebody who has done something to harm, annoy or upset you; to stop feeling angry with yourself Example: I can't forgive that type of behaviour.
house /haʊs/ (n) a building for people to live in, usually for one family Example: We're moving house(= leaving our house and going to live in a different one).
invitation /ˌɪnvɪˈteɪʃn/ (n) a spoken or written request to somebody to do something or to go somewhere Example: to accept/turn down/decline an invitation
mention /ˈmenʃn/ (v) to write or speak about something/somebody, especially without giving much information Example: Nobody mentioned anything to me about it.
naked /ˈneɪkɪd/ (adj) not wearing any clothes Example: naked shoulders