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afford
afford /əˈfɔːd/
(v) to have enough money to be able to buy or do something
Example: Can we afford a new car?


afraid
afraid /əˈfreɪd/
(adj) feeling fear; frightened because you think that you might be hurt or suffer
Example: I started to feel afraid of going out alone at night.


association
association /əˌsəʊsiˈeɪʃn/
(n) an official group of people who have joined together for a particular purpose
Example: Do you belong to any professional or trade associations?


fast
fast /fɑːst/
(adj) moving or able to move quickly
Example: Night was fast approaching.


fear
fear /fɪə(r)/
(v) the bad feeling that you have when you are in danger or when a particular thing frightens you
Example: Everyone feared the coming war.


gamble
gamble /ˈɡæmbl/
(n) to risk money on a card game, horse race, etc.
Example: She knew she was taking a gamble but decided it was worth it.


manufacture
manufacture /ˌmænjuˈfæktʃə(r)/
(v) to make goods in large quantities, using machines
Example: manufactured goods


married
married /ˈmærid/
(adj) having a husband or wife
Example: a married man/woman


material
material /məˈtɪəriəl/
(adj) a substance that things can be made from
Example: changes in your material circumstances


meal
meal /miːl/
(n) an occasion when people eat food, especially breakfast, lunch or dinner
Example: What time would you like your evening meal?


nor
nor /nɔː(r)/
(adj) and not
Example: He wasn't there on Monday. Nor on Tuesday, for that matter.


occupied
occupied /ˈɒkjupaɪd/
(adj) being used by somebody
Example: Only half of the rooms are occupied at the moment.


press
press /pres/
(v) newspapers and magazines
Example: His body was pressing against hers.


squeeze
squeeze /skwiːz/
(v) to press something, especially with your fingers
Example: to squeeze a tube of toothpaste


surprised
surprised /səˈpraɪzd/
(adj) feeling or showing surprise
Example: a surprised look