arrest /əˈrest/ (v) if the police arrest somebody, the person is taken to a police station and kept there because the police believe they may be guilty of a crime Example: You could get arrested for doing that.
downwards /ˈdaʊnwədz/ (adj) towards the ground; towards a lower place or position Example: She was lying face downwards on the grass.
effectively /ɪˈfektɪvli/ (adj) in a way that produces the intended result or a successful result Example: The truth of this statement has been effectively demonstrated in Chapter 1.
exact /ɪɡˈzækt/ (adj) correct in every detail Example: She's in her mid-thirties—thirty-six to be exact.
flour /ˈflaʊə(r)/ (n) a fine white or brown powder made from grain, especially wheat , and used in cooking for making bread, cakes, etc. Example: a five-pound bag of flour
guide /ɡaɪd/ (v) a person who shows other people the way to a place, especially somebody employed to show tourists around interesting places Example: She guided us through the busy streets to the cathedral.
infected /ɪnˈfektɪd/ (adj) affected by harmful bacteria, a virus, etc. Example: The wound from the dog bite had become infected.
menu /ˈmenjuː/ (n) a list of the food that is available at a restaurant or to be served at a meal Example: The chef put together a special menu of drinks and dishes employing chocolate.
merely /ˈmɪəli/ (adj) used meaning ‘only’ or ‘simply’ to emphasize a fact or something that you are saying Example: It is not merely a job, but a way of life.
mine /maɪn/ (n) of or belonging to the person writing or speaking Example: a copper/diamond mine
mistake /mɪˈsteɪk/ (v) an action or an opinion that is not correct, or that produces a result that you did not want Example: He had certainly changed, but nobody could mistake his voice.
navy /ˈneɪvi/ (n) the part of a country’s armed forces that fights at sea, and the ships that it uses Example: The navy is/are considering buying six new warships.
object /ˈɒbdʒɪkt/ (n) a thing that can be seen and touched, but is not alive Example: everyday objects such as cups and saucers
old /əʊld/ (adj) of a particular age Example: At thirty years old, he was already earning £40000 a year.
paper /ˈpeɪpə(r)/ (n) the thin material that you write and draw on and that is also used for wrapping and packing things Example: Experience is more important for this job than paper qualifications(= that exist on paper, but may not have any real value).