3000 từ thông dụng - Phần 65

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battery
battery /ˈbætri/
(n) a device that is placed inside a car engine, clock, radio, etc. and that produces the electricity that makes it work
Example: a rechargeable battery


beak
beak /biːk/
(n) the hard pointed or curved outer part of a bird’s mouth
Example: The gull held the fish in its beak.


comfort
comfort /ˈkʌmfət/
(n) the state of being physically relaxed and free from pain; the state of having a pleasant life, with everything that you need
Example: With DVD, you can watch the latest movies in the comfort of your own home.


crowd
crowd /kraʊd/
(n) a large number of people gathered together in a public place, for example in the streets or at a sports game
Example: I want to get there early to avoid the crowds.


date
date /deɪt/
(n) a particular day of the month, sometimes in a particular year, given in numbers and words
Example: name, address and birth date


engine
engine /ˈendʒɪn/
(n) the part of a vehicle that produces power to make the vehicle move
Example: a diesel/petrol engine


foot
foot /fʊt/
(n) the lowest part of the leg, below the ankle, on which a person or an animal stands
Example: to get/rise to your feet(= stand up)


frequently
frequently /ˈfriːkwəntli/
(adj) often
Example: some of the most frequently asked questions about the Internet


honest
honest /ˈɒnɪst/
(adj) always telling the truth, and never stealing or cheating
Example: an honest man/woman


issue
issue /ˈɪʃuː/
(n) an important topic that people are discussing or arguing about
Example: Don't confuse the issue.


joke
joke /dʒəʊk/
(v) something that you say or do to make people laugh, for example a funny story that you tell
Example: She was laughing and joking with the children.


judge
judge /dʒʌdʒ/
(n) a person in a court who has the authority to decide how criminals should be punished or to make legal decisions
Example: The judge sentenced him to five years in prison.


like
like /laɪk/
(adj) similar to somebody/something
Example: Like I said(= as I said before), you're always welcome to stay.


lucky
lucky /ˈlʌki/
(adj) having good luck
Example: You were lucky (that) you spotted the danger in time.


millionth
millionth /ˈmɪljənθ/
(n) 1 000 000th
Example: a/one millionth of a second