baby /ˈbeɪbi/ (n) a very young child or animal Example: a newborn baby
concrete /ˈkɒŋkriːt/ (n) made of concrete Example: The pathway is formed from large pebbles set in concrete.
conference /ˈkɒnfərəns/ (n) a large official meeting, usually lasting for a few days, at which people with the same work or interests come together to discuss their views Example: The conference will be held in Glasgow.
contain /kənˈteɪn/ (v) if something contains something else, it has that thing inside it or as part of it Example: This drink doesn't contain any alcohol.
day /deɪ/ (n) a period of 24 hours Example: ‘What day is it today?’ ‘Monday.’
depth /depθ/ (n) the distance from the top or surface to the bottom of something; a particular distance down from the surface of something Example: Water was found at a depth of 30 metres.
detail /ˈdiːteɪl/ (n) a small individual fact or item; a less important fact or item Example: He stood still, absorbing every detail of the street.
dress /dres/ (v) a piece of women’s clothing that is made in one piece and covers the body down to the legs, sometimes reaching to below the knees, or to the ankles Example: The children spend hours dressing and undressing their dolls.
extend /ɪkˈstend/ (v) to make something longer or larger Example: to extend a fence/road/house
field /fiːld/ (n) an area of land in the country used for growing crops or keeping animals in, usually surrounded by a fence, etc. Example: a ploughed field
fold /fəʊld/ (v) to bend something, especially paper or cloth, so that one part lies on top of another part Example: First, fold the paper in half/in two.
forget /fəˈɡet/ (v) to not remember to do something that you ought to do, or to bring or buy something that you ought to bring or buy Example: I forget how much they paid for it.
frame /freɪm/ (n) a strong border or structure of wood, metal, etc. that holds a picture, door, piece of glass, etc. in position Example: I'm going to paint the door frame white.
full /fʊl/ (adj) containing or holding as much or as many as possible; having no empty space Example: My suitcase was full of books.
girlfriend /ˈɡɜːlfrend/ (n) a girl or a woman that somebody is having a romantic relationship with Example: I've never met his girlfriend.