accident /ˈæksɪdənt/ (n) an unpleasant event, especially in a vehicle, that happens unexpectedly and causes injury or damage Example: The accident happened at 3 p.m.
actual /ˈæktʃuəl/ (adj) used to emphasize something that is real or exists in fact Example: The actual cost was higher than we expected.
begin /bɪˈɡɪn/ (v) to start doing something; to do the first part of something Example: When will you begin recruiting?
bus /bʌs/ (n) a large road vehicle that carries passengers, especially one that travels along a fixed route and stops regularly to let people get on and off Example: You can catch a bus for Seattle at the bus station.
decade /ˈdekeɪd/ (n) a period of ten years, especially a continuous period, such as 1910–1919 or 2000–2009 Example: the first decade of this century (= 1900–09)
fish /fɪʃ/ (v) a creature that lives in water, breathes through gills , and uses fins and a tail for swimming Example: The trawler was fishing off the coast of Iceland.
gain /ɡeɪn/ (v) to obtain or win something, especially something that you need or want Example: The party gained over 50% of the vote.
harm /hɑːm/ (v) damage or injury that is caused by a person or an event Example: He would never harm anyone.
high /haɪ/ (adj) measuring a long distance from the bottom to the top Example: His desk was piled high with papers.
intention /ɪnˈtenʃn/ (n) what you intend or plan to do; your aim Example: I have no intention of going to the wedding.
land /lænd/ (n) the surface of the earth that is not sea Example: In the distance the crew sighted land.
maximum /ˈmæksɪməm/ (n) used after amounts to show that the amount is the highest possible Example: The job will require you to use all your skills to the maximum.
meeting /ˈmiːtɪŋ/ (n) an occasion when people come together to discuss or decide something Example: The meeting will be held in the school hall.
milk /mɪlk/ (n) the white liquid produced by cows, goats and some other animals as food for their young and used as a drink by humans Example: milk products (= butter, cheese, etc.)
multiply /ˈmʌltɪplaɪ/ (v) to add a number to itself a particular number of times Example: Multiply 2 and 6 together and you get 12.