ancient /ˈeɪnʃənt/ (adj) belonging to a period of history that is thousands of years in the past Example: ancient Greece
arrangement /əˈreɪndʒmənt/ (n) a plan or preparation that you make so that something can happen Example: travel arrangements
attorney /əˈtɜːni/ (n) a lawyer, especially one who can act for somebody in court Example: a defense attorney
brand /brænd/ (n) a type of product, service, etc. made or offered by a particular company under a particular name Example: Champagne houses owe their success to brand image.
chance /tʃɑːns/ (n) a possibility of something happening, especially something that you want Example: The chances are a million to one against being struck by lightning.
commitment /kəˈmɪtmənt/ (n) a promise to do something or to behave in a particular way; a promise to support somebody/something; the fact of committing yourself Example: The company's commitment to providing quality at a reasonable price has been vital to its success.
contact /ˈkɒntækt/ (v) the act of communicating with somebody, especially regularly Example: Witnesses to the accident are asked to contact the police.
development /dɪˈveləpmənt/ (n) the steady growth of something so that it becomes more advanced, stronger, etc. Example: the development of basic skills such as literacy and numeracy
diet /ˈdaɪət/ (n) the food and drink that you eat and drink regularly Example: to receive advice on diet
generous /ˈdʒenərəs/ (adj) giving or willing to give freely; given freely Example: The gallery was named after its most generous benefactor.
individual /ˌɪndɪˈvɪdʒuəl/ (n) a person considered separately rather than as part of a group Example: donations from private individuals (= ordinary people rather than companies, etc.)
just /dʒʌst/ (adj) only Example: She looks just like her mother.
last /lɑːst/ (v) happening or coming after all other similar things or people Example: Each game lasts about an hour.
map /mæp/ (n) a drawing or plan of the earth’s surface or part of it, showing countries, towns, rivers, etc. Example: Can you find Black Hill on the map?
millimetre /ˈmɪlimiːtə(r)/ (n) a unit for measuring length; a 1 000th of a metre Example: You might use millimeters or centimeters to measure how tall you are