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Subjects : ielts, english, vocabulary
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1. To think that something is probably true - especially something bad

2. Very strong belief or feeling - eager

3. To gradually take more of someone's time - possessions - rights etc than you should

4. Gather together - bring together

5. Large snake

6. To completely stop something by making it illegal

7. Goods

8. To explain the meaning of something

9. A very large farm

10. Lack of interest or concern

11. Handle or treat skillfully

12. More than enough - very plentiful

13. Irony - satire

14. Something that you do regularly and in the same way each time [↪ routine]

15. Hug

16. A tax on goods coming into a country or going out of a country

17. Promise

18. Move forward

19. A strong desire to achieve something

20. Adj. Said in a preceding part or before.

21. Make known

22. To give a group of people the right to vote

23. Tell beforehand

24. Evil - wicked - savage

25. Decrease

26. Unequal - in an unfair way

27. Something that encourages you to work harder

28. When you provide something that someone needs now or in the future

29. Set on fire

30. Law -rule

31. Begin - start

32. Process in which you make a judgment

33. To disobey or do something against an official law

34. Make stronger

35. Closly packed together -thick

36. Request - appeal

37. Go or come down from a higher place to a lower level

38. Supported by law or authority

39. Supporter

40. To move with a quick sudden movement

41. To make it difficult for something to develop or succeed

42. Follow - proceed along

43. To make someone pay money as a punishment

44. Flying insect that sucks the blood of people

45. Clever - having new ideas

46. To go around searching for food

47. Excitement - great interest

48. A line [ - ] used in writing

49. To prevent someone from having something

50. Manager