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WW 1-4 Lesson2


accustom v.to make familar.
accustomed adj. used to
alert adj. whachful;wide awake v.to warn to be ready
alerted n.a warning signal
assign v.to select a position or for what it has done
assignment n. whatever is given out as work to be done
budge v.to move or shift
burly adj. big and strongly built
companion n.one who spends time withordose things together
compatible adj. getting along together
concept n. a geniral idea or thought about somethng
distract v. to draw one`s thought`s or atention away from the subject at hand.
jostle v. to push or shove
obedient adj. doing what one is asked or told
obstacle n. something that prevents one from moving forward
patient adj. willing to wait without complaining
patients n. a person in doctors care
pedestrian n. a person who is walking;someone traveling on foot
retire v. to stop working because one has reached a certain age
retirement n. the state of no longer working
Created by: ritchie