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Subjects : ielts, english, vocabulary
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1. Give away to the enemy

2. On neither side of a quarrel or war

3. Supporter

4. Put an end to

5. A strong substance that can bend - which is around the joints in your body and in your outer ear

6. Causing or showing fear -wonder or rspect

7. Request - appeal

8. A noisy crowl or fight

9. Relating to the quality or standard of something rather than the quantity

10. Clothes

11. To move unsteadily from side to side - or make something do this

12. Swear - curse

13. Lawyer

14. Gather together - bring together

15. Hug

16. Blunder (while speaking) - make a mistake

17. Special skills or knowledge in a particular subject - learning by experience or training

18. Condemn in public

19. A chemical or food that provides what is needed for plants or animals to live and grow

20. Praise

21. Process in which you make a judgment

22. Make known

23. Done deliberately and usually intended to cause harm

24. Doubt because you do not agree completely with a plan

25. Challenging

26. Goods

27. Sharp points sticking out

28. Vary

29. Help that is provided for poor people

30. To become worse

31. In order to

32. Act of doing or saying again

33. To provide a particular group of people with the things they need or want

34. Great - enormous

35. Rough -sharp

36. To become worse

37. To suddenly move very quickly in a particular direction

38. To explain something

39. To accept that you are responsible for a piece of work - and start to do it

40. Good at judging

41. Doing or using something too much or more than is necessary

42. Bring before a court

43. Illtreat -maltreat

44. Sb who is eating in a restaurant

45. Move forward

46. Hug

47. Having two wives or two husbands at the same time

48. A great misfortune

49. Rude and offensive

50. A programme on the radio or on television