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vocabulary Level 3

Level 3

TermDefinition
frustration the feeling of being annoyed, upset, or impatient, because you cannot control or change a situation, or achieve something
pride a feeling that you are proud of something that you or someone connected with you has achieved
miracle an action or event believed to be caused by God, which is impossible according to the ordinary laws of nature
to peak to reach the highest point or level
tumor a mass of diseased cells in your body that have divided and increased too quickly
tough physically or emotionally strong and able to deal with difficult situations
swoop move suddenly down through the air, especially in order to attack something
neighborhood an area of a town or city
commission an amount of money that is paid to a person or organization according to the value of the goods they have sold or the services they have provided
eccentric behaving in a way that is unusual and different from most people
interactive something that allows you to communicate directly with it, and does things in reaction to your actions
therapy the treatment of an illness or injury over a fairly long period of time
patience the ability t continue waiting or doing something for a long time without becoming angry or anxious
mass-produced produced in large numbers using machinery, so that each object is the same and can be sold cheaply
self-reliance confident in your own abilities and able to do things for yourself; not needing help from other people
self-discipline the ability to make yourself do things that should be done
to dread to fear something that will or might happen
memento something that is kept as a reminder of a person, place, or thing
to delve to search for information about something
pioneer someone who is one of the first people to move to and live in a new area
to weave to make something (such as clothes) by crossing threads or other long pieces of material
Created by: xun002 on 2013-09-25



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