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BTB 1.2 Unit 10 Stud

BTB 1.2 Unit 10 Studystack

TermDefinition
Export To send goods to another country for sale.
Era A period of time of which particular events or stages of development are typical.
Escape To get free from something, or to avoid something.
Eventually In the end, especially after a long time or a lot of effort, problems ,etc.
Examine To look at or consider a person or thing carefully and in detail in order to discover something about them.
Dynamic Energetic.
Depth The distance from the front to the back of something.
Curving A line that bends continuously and has no straight parts.
Capture To take someone as a prisoner, or to take something into your possession, especially by force.
Central In, at, from, or near the centre or most important part of something.
Conservative Often not liking or trusting change, especially sudden change.
Architect A person whose job is to design new buildings and make certain that they are built correctly.
Achievement Something very good and difficult that you have succeeded in doing.
Highly Very, to a large degree, or at a high level.
Unique Being the only existing one of its type or, more generally unusual or special in some way.
Unfamiliar To not have any knowledge or experience of something.
Surround To be everywhere around something.
Statue An object made from a hard material, especially stone or metal, to look like a person or animal.
Reign To be the king or queen of a country.
Insight (The ability to have) a clear, deep and sometimes sudden understanding of a complicated problem or situation.
Obvious Clear; easy to see, recognize or understand.
Outstanding Excellent; clearly very much better than what is usual.
Particular Special, or this and not any other.
Perspective The way that objects appear smaller when they are further away and the way parallel lines appear to meet each other at a point in the distance.
Portray To represent or describe someone or something in a painting, film, book or other artistic work.
Practice Something that is usually or regularly done, often as a habit, tradition or custom.
Firm Not soft but not completely hard.
Monument A statue or building that is built to honour a special person or event.
Afterwards After the time mentioned.
Ancestor A person related to you who lived a long time ago.
Arrange To plan or prepare for; to organize.
Decorate To add somethin to an object or place, especially in order to make it more attractive.
Desire A strong feeling that you want something.
Expand To increase in size, number or importance, or to make something increase in this way.
Glorious Very enjyable or giving great pleasure.
Merchant A person whose job is to buy and sell products in large amounts, especially by trading with other countries.
Prosperous Successful, usually by earning a lot of money.
Restraint Calm and controlled behaviour.
Specialist someone who has a lot of experience, knowledge, or skill in a particular subject.
Accident Something bad that happens that is not expected or intended and that often damages something or injures someone.
Emerge To become known, especially as a result of examination or questioning.
Emotional Having and expressing strong feelings.
Exceptional Much greater than usual, especially in skill, intelligence, quality. etc.
Exhibition When objects such as paintings are shown to the public, or when someone shows a particular skill or quality to the public.
Gifted Having special ability a particular subject or activity.
Jealousy A feeling of unhappiness and anger because someone has something or someone that you want.
Lifetime The period of time during which someone lives or something exists.
Prestigious Very much respected and admired, usually because of being important.
Shadow to be in sib's shadow - to always receive less attention than someone else.
Suspected Thinking or believing something to be true or proble.
Talented with talent; able or skilful.
Hence That is the reason or explanation for; therefore.
Madness Stupid or dangerous behaviour.
Unify Bringing together; combining
Subjective Influenced by or based on personal beliefs or feelings, rather than based on facts.
Unconscious The part of your mind that contains feelings and thoughts that you do not know about, and that influences the way you behave.
Previous Happening or existing before something or someone else.
Provoke To cause a reaction, expecially a negative one.
Redical Believing or expressing the belief that there should be great or extreme social or political change.
Roughly Approximately.
Scene A part of a play or film in wich the action stays in one place for a continuous period of time.
Shocked Feeling upset or surprised.
Simultaneously Happening or being done at exactly the same time.
Frightening Making you feel fear.
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