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access
access /ˈækses/
(n) the opportunity or right to use something or to see somebody/something
Example: The police gained access through a broken window.


affect
affect /əˈfekt/
(v) to produce a change in somebody/something
Example: How will these changes affect us?


annoying
annoying /əˈnɔɪɪŋ/
(adj) making somebody feel slightly angry
Example: This interruption is very annoying.


bag
bag /bæɡ/
(n) a container made of cloth, leather, plastic or paper, used to carry things in, especially when shopping or travelling
Example: a black plastic rubbish/garbage bag


beard
beard /bɪəd/
(n) hair that grows on the chin and sides of a man’s face; similar hair that grows on some animals
Example: a false beard


broad
broad /brɔːd/
(adj) wide
Example: a broad street/avenue/river


campaign
campaign /kæmˈpeɪn/
(n) a series of planned activities that are intended to achieve a particular social, commercial or political aim
Example: an anti-smoking campaign


cardboard
cardboard /ˈkɑːdbɔːd/
(n) stiff material like very thick paper, often used for making boxes
Example: a model made out of cardboard


cell
cell /sel/
(n) the smallest unit of living matter that can exist on its own. All plants and animals are made up of cells .
Example: The suspect was in the police station's holding cell overnight.


cheerful
cheerful /ˈtʃɪəfl/
(adj) happy, and showing it by the way that you behave
Example: You're in a cheerful mood.


convenient
convenient /kənˈviːniənt/
(adj) useful, easy or quick to do; not causing problems
Example: He used his wife's birthday as a convenient excuse for not going to the meeting.


first
first /fɜːst/
(n) happening or coming before all other similar things or people; 1st
Example: I was the first in my family to go to college.


follow
follow /ˈfɒləʊ/
(v) to come or go after or behind somebody/something
Example: He followed her into the house.


grammar
grammar /ˈɡræmə(r)/
(n) the rules in a language for changing the form of words and joining them into sentences
Example: English grammar


hesitate
hesitate /ˈhezɪteɪt/
(v) to be slow to speak or act because you feel uncertain or nervous
Example: She hesitated before replying.