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attractive
attractive /əˈtræktɪv/
(adj) pleasant to look at, especially in a sexual way
Example: I like John but I don't find him attractive physically.


bad
bad /bæd/
(adj) unpleasant; full of problems
Example: Things are bad enough without our own guns shelling us.


bound
bound /baʊnd/
(adj) certain or likely to happen, or to do or be something
Example: You've done so much work—you're bound to pass the exam.


breast
breast /brest/
(n) either of the two round soft parts at the front of a woman’s body that produce milk when she has had a baby
Example: breast cancer


celebration
celebration /ˌselɪˈbreɪʃn/
(n) a special event that people organize in order to celebrate something
Example: birthday/wedding celebrations


cheese
cheese /tʃiːz/
(n) a type of food made from milk that can be either soft or hard and is usually white or yellow in colour; a particular type of this food
Example: a chunk/piece/slice of cheese


considerably
considerably /kənˈsɪdərəbli/
(adj) much; a lot
Example: Interest rates on bank loans have increased considerably in recent years.


district
district /ˈdɪstrɪkt/
(n) an area of a country or town, especially one that has particular features
Example: the City of London's financial district


fancy
fancy /ˈfænsi/
(v) to want something or want to do something
Example: Do you fancy going out this evening?


generate
generate /ˈdʒenəreɪt/
(v) to produce energy, especially electricity
Example: The proposal has generated a lot of interest.


hit
hit /hɪt/
(v) to bring your hand, or an object you are holding, against somebody/something quickly and with force
Example: He hit the nail squarely on the head with the hammer.


holy
holy /ˈhəʊli/
(adj) connected with God or a particular religion
Example: a holy war (= one fought to defend the beliefs of a particular religion)


homework
homework /ˈhəʊmwɜːk/
(n) work that is given by teachers for students to do at home
Example: I have to write up the notes for homework.


ministry
ministry /ˈmɪnɪstri/
(n) a government department that has a particular area of responsibility
Example: the Ministry of Defence


miss
miss /mɪs/
(n) to be or arrive too late for something
Example: That's all, thank you, Miss Lipman.