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aoran

[(1)one; (2)any; (3)each]

Would you give me a sheet of paper?(1)

Atriangle has three sides.(2)

He comes to see his grandmother once a week.(3)

 

able

[having the power to do something]

Are you able to speak English?

 

about

[(1)almost;  (2)of or having are lation to]

He completed about half of his work.(1)

We talk about the weather.(2)

 

above

[at a higher place]

His head was above the water.

 

accept

[to agree to receive]

Please accept my thanks.

 

accident

[(1)something that happens by chance or mistake; (2)an unplanned event]

She was injured in the accident.(1)

We met again by accident after seventeen years had passed.(2)

 

accuse

[(1)to say a person is responsible for an act or crime; (2)to make a statement against someone]

Her friend accused her of breaking his heart.(1)

The lawyer accused the suspec to flying.(2)

 

across

[(1)from side to side; (2)to the other side]

The box was ten centimeters across.(1)

The dog ran across the road.(2)

 

act

[to do something]

He acted immediately to stop the fight.

 

activist

[one who seeks change through action]

The activist worked hard to change the law.

 

actor

[someone acting in a play or show]

That actor frightened me.

 

add

[(1)to put(something)with another to make it larger; (2)to say more]

Please add my name to the list.(1)

She told him to leave,but added that she would like to see him again.(2)

 

administration

[the executive part of agovernment,usually headed by a president or primeminister]

The new administration starts work in January.

 

admit

[(1)to accept; (2)to express one’s guilt or responsibility]

When was the country admitted to the United Nations?(1)

He admitted that what he did was wrong.(2)

 

adult

[a grown person]

Only an adult can sign the document.

advise

[to help with information,knowledge or ideas in making adecision]

Did you advise him to leave?

 

affect

[(1)to influence;(2)to produce an effect on]

A lack of sleep affected the singer’s performance.(1)

Mr.Nutley’s belief in my talent greatly affected my life.(2)

 

afraid

[feeling fear]

I am afraid of guns.

 

after

[(1)later; (2)behind]

She arrived after the lessons tarted.(1)

In the alph a bet,B is after A.(2)

 

again

[(1)another time; (2)as before]

Sam played the song again.(1)

I found my book in the same place again.(2)

 

against

[(1)opposed to; (2)not agreeing with something]

They marched against the war.(1)

He agreed to most of the plan,but was against starting it now.(2)

 

age

[how old a person or thing is]

The legal age for voting is eighteen.

agency

[an organization that is part of a larger group]

UNICEF is an agency of the United Nations.

 

aggression

[(1)an attack against a person or country; (2)the violation of a country’s borders]

The surprise attack was an act of aggression.(1)

The country committed aggression when it crossed the border of the other country.(2)

 

ago

[(1)of time past; (2)before now]

He was my friend long ago.(1)

I saw her two years ago.(2)

 

agree

[(1)to have the same belief as someone; (2)to be willing to do something]

We agree about politics.(1)

Both sides agree to meet a gain next week.(2)

agriculture

[farming]

John studied agriculture because he wanted to be a farmer.

 

aid

[(1)to help; (2)to support; (3)help,assistance]

He offered to aid the victims of the fire.(1)

Did you give money to aid the Democraticor the Republi can candidate?(2)

Congress voted to provide aid to the flood victims.(3)

 

aim

[(1)to point a gun at;(2)a goal or purpose]

You can not hit the target if you do not aim the gun.(1)

The aim of the reformers is to improve government.(2)

 

air

[the mixture of gases around the earth,mostly nit rogen and oxygen,that we breathe]

The air is clean in the mountains.

 

airforce

[a military organizationu sing air planes]

The air force wants more airplanes and missiles.

 

airplane

[a vehicle with wings that flies]

If le who me on an airplane.

 

airport

[a place where airplane stake off and land]

The airplane landed at the airport in Washington.

 

album

[a collection of recorded music]

He recorded the song from an old record album.

 

alcohol

[a strong,colorless liquid,usually made from grain,used as a drug or in industrial products]

The man fell because he drank too much alcohol.

 

alive

[(1)having life; (2)not dead]

The flowers become alive in the spring.(1)

The accident victim was seriously injured but is still alive.(2)

 

all

[(1)everything; (2)everyone; (3)the complete amount]

She ate all that she wanted.(1)

All were invited to speak on the proposal.(2)

She spent all her money for a new car.(3)

 

ally

[a nation or person joined with another for a special purpose]

Britain is amilitary ally of the United States.

 

almost

[a little less than completely]

My dog is almost five years old.

 

alone

[separated from others]

Some people enjoy eating alone.

 

along

[near or on]

We walked along the road.

 

already

[(1)before now; (2)even now]

She was already there when we arrived.(1)

It is already too late to take the train.(2)

 

also

[(1)added to; (2)too]

Please bring me the fishd inner and coffee,and also some water.(1)

She said she also wanted to go home.(2)

 

although

[even if it is true that]

Although he was tired,he kept walking.

 

always

[(1)at all times; (2)everytime]

This street is always busy.(1)

We always study together.(2)

 

ambassador

[a nation’s highest diplomatic representative(to another government)]

Foreign am bassadors live in the capitalcity.

 

amend

[to add to or to change(a proposal or law)]

The committee refused to a mend its proposal.

 

ammunition

[the bullets or shells fired from guns]

They could not fight without ammunition.

 

among

[in or part of(a group)]

She was among the students who left the school.

 

amount

[the number,size or weight of anything]

The doctor gave him only a small amount of medicine.

 

anarchy

[(1)a lack of order; (2)lawless ness]

The peaceful protests blocked the street sand produced a narchy.(1)

A narchy resulted when the city could not stop the riots.(2)

 

ancestor

[a family member from the past]

My ancestors came from Switzerland in1742.

 

ancient

[(1)very old; (2)long ago]

Scientists discovered the ancient knife in a cave.(1)

They read the Iliad while studying ancient Greece.(2)

 

and

[(1)also; (2)in addition to; (3)with]

My dog likes to run and jump.(1)

Five and three equal eight.(2)

Do you like rice and black beans?(3)

 

anger

[a strong emotion against someone or something]

The protester’s voice was full of anger.

 

animal

[a living creature that moves,such as a dog or cat]

The kangaroo is a strange animal.

 

anniversary

[a yearly celebration or observance of an event that happened in the past]

When is your wedding anniversary?

 

announce

[(1)to make known publicly; (2)to declare officially]

Who announced the VOA news last night?(1)

The president announced at axcut.(2)

 

another

[(1)one more;(2)a different one]

May Ihave another kiss?(1)

Let’s do this another way.(2)

 

answer

[(1)a statement produced by a question; (2)to make a statement after being asked a question]

That was my final answer.(1)

She answered the question with a smile.(2)

 

any

[one or more of no special kind]

I do not have any plans to leave town.

 

apologize

[to express regret for a mistake or accident for which one accepts responsibility]

Do not apologize for someone else’s mistake.

 

appeal

[(1)to take to a higher court,person or group for a decision; (2)to call on somebody for help]

I have appealed the decision to a higher court.(1)

The aid organization appealed for more food and water for flood victims.(2)

 

appear

[(1)to show oneself; (2)to come into sight; (3)to seem]

The actor appeared on television for the first time.(1)

The ship appeared as the fog lifted.(2)

The farmer appeared to be very tired.(3)

 

appoint

[(1)to name;(2)to choose]

The owner appointed John to head the new business.(1)

The president can appoint a judget othe new court.(2)

 

approve

[(1)to agree with;(2)to agree to support]

The bank approved my loan.(1)

I approve of your proposal.(2)

 

archeology

[the scientific study of past human life and activities]

He studied archeology in college.

 

area

[any place or part of it]

My friend lives in this area.

 

argue

[(1)to offer reasons for or against something; (2)to dispute; (3)to disagree]

The President argued for more aid to schools.(1)

They argued all day but could not find agreement.(2)

George and Al love to argue about politics.(3)

 

arms

[(1)military equipment; (2)weapons]

The rebels got most of their arms by taking them from soldiers.(1)

We are very concerned about the spread of nuclear arms.(2)

 

army

[military ground forces]

The army fights on the ground.

 

around

[one very side(of)]

She drove around in her new car.

 

arrest

[(1)to seize a person for legal action;(2)to take as a prisoner]

The  judge ordered police to arrest him because he refused to come to court.(1)

The police arrested the violent demonstrators.(2)

 

arrive

[to come to a place,especially at the end of a trip]

The president arrived in Tokyo for an official visit.

 

art

[expressions or creations by humans,such as paintings,music,writing or statues]

Much of the art included paintings stolen during World WarII.

 

artillery

[big guns]

Artillery destroyed most of the buildings in the town.

 

as

[(1)equally; (2)when; (3)while]

The wildfire spread as fast as the wind behind it.(1)

As he heard the gun shot,he looked a this watch and saw it was almost five o’clock.(2)

He watched the animal as it ran across the field.(3)

 

ash

[the part left after something burns]

Only as he were left when the fire passed.

 

ask

[(1)to question; (2)to say something is wanted]

We ask the teacher questions everyday.(1)

The candidate asked the people for the irvotes.(2)

 

assist

[to help]

The doctor asked the medical student to assist him.

 

astronaut

[a person who travels in space]

AstronautNeil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon.

 

astronomy

[the scientific study of star sand the universe]

I study astronomy because Ilike to look at stars.

 

asylum

[political protection given by a government to a person from another country]

There fugee asked for politic alasylum.

 

at

[(1)in or near; (2)where; (3)when]

She saw the bear at the edge of the forest.(1)

Look at the bear.(2)

We must go home at noon.(3)

 

atmosphere

[the gases surrounding any star or planet]

The atmosphere of Venusis mostly water and carbondioxide.

 

attach

[(1)to tie together;(2)to connect]

Please attach this name card to your coat.(1)

He attached himself to our group.(2)

 

attack

[(1)a violent at tempt to damage,injure or kill;(2)to start a fight]

The war started with are be lattack on government troop sat Charleston,South Carolina.(1)

Several men attacked him on the street.(2)

 

attempt

[(1)to work to ward something; (2)to try; (3)to make an effort]

He attempted to change his life one step at a time.(1)

Do not attempt to drive through the flood waters.(2)

You will never write your book if you do not attempt it.(3)

 

attend

[to be present at]

The president will attend the meeting.

 

automobile

[(1)avehicle with wheels used to carry people; (2)a car]

Is a  bus an automobile?(1)

Who invented the automobile?(2)

 

autumn

[the time of the year between summer and winter]

The trees of autumn are brightred and yellow.

 

average

[(1)something (a number)representing the middle; (2)common; (3)normal]

The average of daily high temperatures in Washington in January is zero degrees,Celsius.(1)

The average amount spent for lunch was two dollars.(2)

John is an average student.(3)

 

avoid

[to stay away from]

Avoid meat and milk products to prevent a heart attack.

 

awake

[not sleeping]

The storm kept everyone awake for hours.

 

award

[an honor or prize for anactor service]

Last night, we saw the movie that won the best picture award.

 

away

[not near]

The old man came from far away,but his home is here now.

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