aware /əˈweə(r)/ (adj) knowing or realizing something Example: Were you aware that something was wrong?
city /ˈsɪti/ (n) a large and important town Example: Mexico City
coloured /ˈkʌləd/ (adj) having a particular colour or different colours Example: brightly coloured balloons
consequence /ˈkɒnsɪkwəns/ (n) a result of something that has happened, especially an unpleasant result Example: Have you considered the possible consequences?
countryside /ˈkʌntrisaɪd/ (n) land outside towns and cities, with fields, woods, etc. Example: The surrounding countryside is windswept and rocky.
current /ˈkʌrənt/ (adj) happening now; of the present time Example: current prices
delivery /dɪˈlɪvəri/ (n) the act of taking goods, letters, etc. to the people they have been sent to Example: a delivery van
desk /desk/ (n) a piece of furniture like a table, often with drawers (= parts like boxes in it with handles on the front for pulling them open) , that you sit at to read, write, work, etc. Example: He used to be a pilot but now he has a desk job.
device /dɪˈvaɪs/ (n) an object or a piece of equipment that has been designed to do a particular job Example: This device enables deaf people to communicate by typing messages instead of speaking.
dirty /ˈdɜːti/ (adj) not clean Example: Try not to get too dirty!
embarrassing /ɪmˈbærəsɪŋ/ (adj) making you feel shy, uncomfortable or ashamed Example: an embarrassing mistake/question/situation
entitle /ɪnˈtaɪtl/ (v) to give somebody the right to have or to do something Example: Everyone's entitled to their own opinion.
faithful /ˈfeɪθfl/ (adj) staying with or supporting a particular person, organization or belief Example: He remained faithful to the ideals of the party.
fourth /fɔːθ/ ordinal number 4th Example: Hey man, this is already the fourth time I show you this.
kid /kɪd/ (n) a child or young person Example: Do you have any kids?