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Blue Level, Unit 13

sadlier oxford vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
achievement (n) something done successfully; something gained by working or trying hard
acquire (v) to get as one's own
debate (n) a discussion of reasons for and against something; (v) to discuss reasons for and against something; to think about carefully before deciding
exhibit (v) to show clearly; to put on display (n) something shown to the public
foe (n) one who hates or tries to harm another; an enemy
latter (adj) closer to the end; relating to the second of two things discussed
massacre (n) the cruel killing of many people or animals; (v) to kill many people or animals in a cruel way
monotonous (adj) dull as a result of not changing in any way
preserve (v) to keep safe from injury or ruin; to keep food from spoiling; (n) an area set aside for the protection of wildlife
sanitary (adj) having to do with health; free of dirt and germs
sprawl (v) to lie or sit with arms and legs spread out; to spread out in a disorderly way
widespread (adj) happening in many places or to many people; fully open
Created by: davenlor1955