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connected with the sense of touch; using your sense of touch
27113
in a way that shows you think something is funny but also disappointing or annoying
27112
not wanting to attract attention to yourself or your abilities
27111
(into sth) to come together to form one larger group, substance, etc.
27110
connected with the right or duty of taking care of somebody
27109
to shake slightly, often because of strong emotion
27108
sb/sth to take somebody’s position and/or power without having the right to do this
27107
the quality of being innocent and simple in character or behaviour
27106
having no purpose because there is no chance of success
27105
to show that you have no respect for somebody by the expression on your face or by the way you speak
27104
complete and total
27103
to talk about something continuously and in a way that is not very clear
27102
a situation in which there is a great lack of order or understanding
27101
a person or an animal that travels with you or spends a lot of time with you
27100
to move or spread slowly out of a hole or through something
27099
a small bed for a very young baby that is able to be moved easily
27098
recently produced or made
27097
to make something more interesting
27096
to move quickly, with small, short steps
27095
to avoid a difficult or unpleasant duty or responsibility
27094
pretentious, showing that you think you are more important than other people, especially by using long and formal words
27093
politely and pleasantly
27092
the feeling of being extremely annoyed, especially because you cannot do anything to improve a situation
27091
a person who is not honest or sincere; a thing that is not real or true
27090
a person who dishonestly claims to have medical knowledge or skills
27089
the mind or mental processes that show truth or prove reality by giving evidence to confirm
27088
a woman’s chest or breasts
27087
to touch or kiss someone in a gentle and loving way
27086
slightly shocked or frightened because of a sudden surprise
27085
the act of running away with somebody in order to marry them secretly
27084
(of a problem, etc.) the very great size, effect, etc. of something; the fact of something being very serious
27083
an angry disagreement between two or more people or groups
25429
​behaving in a confused or strange way, and unable to remember things, because you are old
27082
to make a loud high unpleasant sound; to say something using this sound
27081
sth (out) to say something suddenly and without thinking carefully enough
27080
a small area at the entrance to a building, such as a house or a church, that is covered by a roof and often has walls
27079
happening before a more important action or event
27078
extreme unhappiness caused by physical or mental suffering
27077
permission to do something, especially given by somebody in authority
27076
to blame somebody/something for a failure or for something bad that another person has done
27075
a severe defeat in a battle, game, etc.
27074
a card that you send to somebody that you love on St Valentine’s Day (14 February), often without putting your name on it
27073
a small hollow place, especially one that appears on a person's face when they smile
27072
a small piece of jewellery that opens to show a small picture or piece of hair, usually worn on a chain around a person's neck
27071
to become larger, more important, etc. than somebody/something
27070
a support, often made of wood, for raising heavy objects off the ground or for moving them
27069
(to cause) to make a sudden small movement with a part of the body, usually without intending to
27068
never giving up or getting tired of doing something
26704
to make someone feel annoyed
26700
to make someone more powerful or important
26697
a state of little or no change following a period of activity or progress
26695
a report, especially in a newspaper, that gives the news of someone's death and details about their life
26691
extremely painful or bad
26690
too strange or difficult to be understood
26684
(sb) to make somebody feel better or happier when they are sad or disappointed
26679
(usually of an unpleasant event) that is going to happen very soon
26677
to think about whether you should do something, or how you should do something
26676
aggressive male behaviour that emphasizes the importance of being strong rather than being intelligent and sensitive
26675
often passive] (formal) to limit somebody/something’s freedom, rights, power, etc.
26667
in a way that shows you are not certain or confident
26645
a slight knowledge of something that is happening or about to happen
26383
n. one who obtains (money, information, etc.) through force or intimidation, blackmailer
25128
​able to use the left hand or the right hand equally well
26384
v. to make people think that someone or something is less good
25723
showing that you do not take something as seriously as other people think you should
26385
(sb/sth)to decide that you no longer want to be connected with or responsible for somebody/something
26386
(sb/sth)to happen before something or come before something/somebody in order
26387
to say that you know nothing about something, or that you have no responsibility for or connection with something
26388
able to show good judgement about the quality of somebody/something
26389
the feeling of being extremely sorry for something wrong or bad that you have done
26390
not having a strong taste or character, or having no interest or energy
26392
completely unreasonable, especially in a way that shocks or annoys you
26393
to warn someone not to do something, usually in a kind way, or to tell someone to do something
26394
very strong feelings of enthusiasm or love
26395
feeling or showing anger and surprise because you think that you have been treated unfairly
26396
extremely unpleasant, especially in a way that offends people
26402
to spend time enjoying yourself in a noisy, enthusiastic way
26403
to tell somebody secrets and personal information that you do not want other people to know
26404
to look at or react to somebody/something in a critical way or in a way that shows you do not trust or believe them
26405
​clever and humorous
26406
spreading gradually or without being noticed, but causing serious harm
26407
to get great pleasure from something; to want very much to do or have something
26408
to move away from the place where you should be, without intending to
26409
(with sb) (on/about sth) to discuss something with somebody, in order to exchange opinions or get advice
26410
rude and unfriendly
26411
said in a clear and short way; expressing what needs to be said without unnecessary words
26412
v. to appear as a large, often frightening or unclear shape or object
26027
very angry, often in a violent way or without control
26414
to make something or someone seem less bad
26415
smooth and soft, or not too sharp, bright, new, or rough
26416
the act of making someone return for trial to another country or state where they have been accused of doing something illegal
26437
in a way that is famous for something bad
26438
to limit an activity, person, or problem in some way
26439
a false spoken statement about someone that damages their reputation, or the making of such a statement
26440
a thing or a person that has no chance of success
26452
showing no sign of intelligence or sensitive feelings
26589
someone who behaves in a silly or dangerous way
26591
in a way that shows you feel doubt or do not feel sure that something is right or true
26595
liking something a lot
26605
adj. seeming to be everywhere
26269
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