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pain

[ahurtorsufferingsomewhereinthebody]

Theinjurycausedhimgreatpain.

paint

[(1)tocoverwithaliquidcolor;(2)tomakeapicturewithliquidcolors;(3)acoloredliquidusedtocoverorprotectasurface]

Hewillpainthishousenextweek.(1)

Shepaintedthispicturewhenshewasyoung.(2)

Howmuchpaintwillyouneedtopaintyourhouse?(3)

pan

[ametalcontainerusedforcooking]

Cookyourfoodinthispan.

paper

[athin,flatmaterialmadefromplantsorclothoftenusedforwriting]

Iusealotofpaperformyschoolwork.

parachute

[adevicethatpermitsapersonorthingtofallslowlyfromanairplaneorhelicoptertotheground]

Hejumpsfromanairplaneandhisparachuteletshimfallslowlytotheground.

parade

[agroupofpeopleandvehiclesmovingtogethertocelebrateaspecialeventoranniversary]

ShetookthechildrentowatchtheIndependenceDayparade.

pardon

[toforgiveforacrimeandreleasefrompunishment]

Presidentscanpardoncriminals.

parent

[afatherormother]

Herparentswillbeherelater.

parliament

[agovernmentlawmakinggroup]

Thegovernmentendedparliamentandcallednewelections.

part

[(1)somethinglessthanthewhole;(2)notallofsomething]

IspendpartoftodayplanningwhatIwilldotomorrow.(1)

Onlyasmallpartofthislandbelongstome.(2)

party

[(1)agroupofpeopleworkingtogetherforapoliticalpurpose;(2)agroupofpeopleorfriendsgatheredtogetherforenjoyment]

SheraisesmoneyfortheDemocraticParty.(1)

Billhasinvitedeveryonetoapartyathishouse.(2)

pass

[(1)togobyormovearoundsomething;(2)tomovealong;(3)tocauseorpermittogo]

Youcanpassthecarinfrontofus.(1)

Thehourspassedslowlyashewaitedtoleave.(2)

Theguardpassedhimthroughthegate.(3)

passenger

[apersontravelingbyairplane,train,boatorcarwhoisnotthepilotordriver]

Allpassengersandthecrewoftheairplanesurvivedtheemergencylanding.

passport

[adocumentpermittingapersontotraveltoanothercountry]

Shewasarrestedfortravelingwithafalsepassport.

past

[(1)thetimegoneby;(2)thetimebefore;(3)recent;(4)immediatelybefore;(5)former]

Hewouldliketoforgetthepast.(1)

Therecordsshowedthepatienthadnomedicalproblemsinhisrecentpast.(2)

Shehasnotbeenhereforthepastfewdays.(3)

Heisthepastpresidentofourorganization.(4)

Heisapastpresidentofourorganization.(5)

path

[(1)anarrowwayforwalking;(2)awayalongwhichsomethingmoves]

Wewalkedalongthepathtogether.(1)

Hewatchedthepathofthearrowallthewaytothetarget.(2)

patient

[apersonbeingtreatedbyadoctorforahealthproblem]

Thedoctorsexaminedthepatientcarefully.

pay

[togivemoneyforworkdoneorforsomethingbought]

Shepaidalotofmoneyforherclothes.

peace

[(1)theconditionoffreedomfromwar,fightingornoise;(2)rest;(3)quiet]

Wehavebeenatpeaceforalmosttenyears.(1)

Hewassleeping,atpeacewiththeworld.(2)

Ashoutbrokethepeaceoftheearlymorning.(3)

people

[(1)anygroupofpersons;(2)allthepersonsofagroup,race,religionornation]

AlargecrowdofpeoplewelcomedthePopetoSt.Louis.(1)

TheAmericanpeopleareamixoftheworld’speople.(2)

percent

[apartofeveryhundred]

Tenistenpercentofonehundred.

perfect

[(1)completeorcorrectineveryway;(2)completelyrightorgood;(3)withoutmistakes]

Itwasaperfectperformance.(1)

Todayisaperfectday.(2)

Shehadaperfectscoreonthetest.(3)

perform

[tospeak,danceorsinginfrontofothers]

Sheperformedperfectly.

period

[anamountoftimewithinevents,restrictionsorconditions]

Thechildwentthroughaperiodofintensegrowth.

permanent

[(1)neverchanging;(2)lastingforaverylongtimeorforalltime]

Pleasetellmeyourpermanentaddress.(1)

AstronautsleftanAmericanflagonthemoonasapermanentmemorial.(2)

permit

[(1)tolet;(2)tomakepossible]

Herparentspermithertowork.(1)

Thewiderdoorsandraisedwalkwaypermitpeopleinwheelchairstousethebuilding.(2)

person

[aman,womanorchild]

Sheisagoodpersontoknow.

physical

[ofthebody]

Physicalexercisehelpskeephimhealthy.

physics

[thestudyofmotion,matterandenergy]

Studyingphysicstakesalotoftime.

picture

[(1)anideaorrepresentationofsomethingasseenbytheeye;(2)apainting;(3)whatismadewithacamera]

Shedrewapictureofhimfrommemory.(1)

Thepictureofherwaspaintedmanyyearsago.(2)

Mycameratakesgoodpictures.(3)

piece

[apartofsomethinglarger]

Pleasehaveapieceofmybirthdaycake.

pig

[afarmanimalusedforitsmeat]

Heraisespigsonhisfarm.

pilot

[onewhoguidesorfliesanairplaneorhelicopter]

Thepilotlandedtheairplaneonaroad.

pipe

[along,roundpieceofmaterialusedtomoveliquidorgas]

ThepipemovesoilfromTexastoVirginia.

place

[(1)toputsomethingsomewhere;(2)anareaorapartofanarea;(3)spacewhereapersonorthingis;(4)anyroom,building,townorcountry]

Heplacedthebookonthetable.(1)

Theplaceyouarelookingforisontheothersideoftown.(2)

Iamstayingathisplace.(3)

JapanisaplaceIwouldliketovisit.(4)

plan

[(1)toorganizeordevelopanideaormethodofactingordoingsomething;(2)anorganizedordevelopedideaormethod]

Theyplantohaveaparty.(1)

Theplanwillnotwork.(2)

planet

[alargeobjectinspacethatorbitsthesun]

Earthisaplanet.

plant

[(1)toputintothegroundtogrow;(2)alivinggrowthfromthegroundwhichgetsitsfoodfromair,waterandearth]

Ifyouplantthis,itwillgrow.(1)

Theseplantshavebeautifulflowersinthesummer.(2)

plastic

[amaterialmadefromchemicalsthatcanbeformedandmadeintothings]

Iatewithaplasticspoonfromaplasticplateonaplastictable.

play

[(1)tohavefun;(2)tonotwork;(3)totakepartinasport;(4)tomakemusiconaninstrument;(5)astoryactedinatheater]

Sheplayswithherbaby.(1)

Icannotplaytoday.(2)

Heplaysbaseballeveryday.(3)

Willyouplaytheguitar?(4)

Wesawaplayatthetheaterlastnight.(5)

please

[(1)tomakeonehappy;(2)togiveenjoyment]

Hewaspleasedtoseeheragain.(1)

Themusicispleasingtoher.(2)

plenty

[(1)allthatisneeded;(2)alargeenoughamount]

Thereisplentyoftimetoseeamovie.(1)

Wehaveplentyoffood.(2)

plot

[(1)tomakesecretplans;(2)asecretplantodosomethingwrongorillegal]

Herfriendsplottedtosurpriseherwithaparty.(1)

Abankemployeediscoveredtheplot.(2)

poem

[wordsandtheirsoundsorganizedinaspecialwaytoexpressemotions]

Severalofhispoemshavebeenpublished.

point

[(1)toaimone’sfingertoward;(2)toaim;(3)thesharpendofsomething]

Themanpointedhisfingeratthesuspect.(1)

Shepointedthegunatthetarget.(2)

Theknifehadasharppoint.(3)

poison

[asubstancethatcandestroylifeordamagehealth]

Policefoundpoisoninthewoman’sfood.

police

[(1)agovernmentagencyresponsibleforguardingthepublic,keepingorder,andmakingsurepeopleobeythelaw;(2)membersofthatagency]

Themayorsaidpolicehavefailedtoreducecrimeinthecity.(1)

Hesaidthecityneedsmorepolice.(2)

policy

[anestablishedsetofplansorgoalsusedtodevelopandmakedecisionsinpolitics,economicsorbusiness]

Thenewpresidentsaidhewouldchangethenation’seconomicpolicy.

politics

[theactivitiesofgovernmentandofthosewhoareinpublicoffice]

Heenjoysdiscussingpoliticswithhisfriends.

pollute

[toreleasedangerousorunpleasantsubstancesintotheair,soilorwater]

Thegovernorsaidhewillactagainstcompaniesthatpollutetheairandwaterinhisstate.

poor

[(1)peoplewithlittleornomoney;(2)lackingmoneyorgoods;(3)ofbadquality]

Shehasproposedprogramstohelpthepoor.(1)

Hisfamilyispoorbecausehecannotkeepajob.(2)

Thecompanymakespoorproducts.(3)

popular

[(1)likedbymanypeople;(2)generallyapprovedbythepublic]

Sheisapopulargirlatourschool.(1)

Aproposaltocuttaxeshasmuchpopularsupport.(2)

population

[allthepeopleinaplace,cityorcountry]

Thepopulationoftheworldcontinuestoincrease.

port

[(1)acitywhereshipsloadorunloadgoods;(2)aplaceonacoastwhereshipscanbesafefromastorm]

BaltimoreisabusyportontheAtlanticcoast.(1)

Theshipracedthestormtoasafeport.(2)

position

[(1)aplace;(2)thewayofholdingthebody;(3)thewayathingissetorplaced;(4)ajob(orlevelofajob)inanorganization]

Thesoldiersattackedtheenemyposition.(1)

Thepositionofhisbodyshowedhewasinpain.(2)

Someonechangedthepositionofthebed.(3)

Herfatherholdsahighpositioninthecompany.(4)

possess

[(1)tohave;(2)toown;(3)tocontrolorbecontrolledby]

Shepossessesgreatnegotiatingskills.(1)

Hepossessesa1955FordThunderbirdcar.(2)

Anevilspiritpossessedher.(3)

possible

[(1)abletobedone;(2)canhappenorisexpectedtohappen]

Thetrainisapossiblewaytogetthere.(1)

SheisapossiblecandidateforPresidentin2004.(2)

postpone

[todelayactionuntilalatertime]

ThemeetingispostponeduntilTuesday.

pour

[(1)toflow;(2)tocausetoflow]

Rainwaterpoureddownthemountain.(1)

Peoplepouredfromthestorewhenthealarmsounded.(2)

power

[(1)theabilitytocontrolordirectothers;(2)control;(3)strength;(4)rulingforce;(5)forceorenergyusedtodowork]

Thepolicehavethepowertoarrestandquestionpeoplesuspectedofcrimes.(1)

Theindependentcounselwasgiventhepowertoinvestigatethepresident.(2)

Nationshavenuclearweaponswiththepowertodestroytheworld.(3)

ThegoverningpoweroftheUnitedStatesrestsintheConstitution.(4)

Waterpowerturnsthewheel.(5)

praise

[(1)tosaygoodthingsabout;(2)toapprove]

Kelley’sprofessorpraisedhertestresults.(1)

Thefatherpraisedhisson’sdecision.(2)

pray

[(1)tomakearequesttoagodorspirit;(2)topraiseagodorspirit]

HeprayedtoaskGodtoforgivehimfortheterriblethinghehaddone.(1)

SheprayedtogivethankstoGodforhealingherson.(2)

pregnant

[(1)carryingachildwithinthebodybeforeitisborn;(2)expectingtogivebirthtoababy]

Shejustlearnedthatsheispregnant.(1)

Thepregnantwomanexpectstogivebirthnextmonth.(2)

prepare

[(1)tomakeready;(2)toputtogether]

SheispreparedforhertriptoEurope.(1)

Hewillpreparedinner.(2)

present

[(1)toofferforconsideration;(2)agift;(3)now;(4)tobeataplace]

Wewillpresentourideatothecommittee.(1)

Igavethemapresentfortheiranniversary.(2)

Thepresenttimeisagoodtime.(3)

Iwaspresentatschoolyesterday.(4)

president

[(1)thechiefofficialofacountrythatisarepublic;(2)theleaderofanorganization]

ThePresidentoftheUnitedStatesservesatermoffouryears.(1)

Hiswifeispresidentofourschool’sparentsandteachersorganization.(2)

press

[(1)tourgestrongly;(2)newspapers,magazinesandotherpublications]

Themayorpressedhimformoneyforhisre-electioncampaign.(1)

Theopeningofthenewhospitalwasfullyreportedinthelocalpress.(2)

pressure

[theforceproducedwhensomethingispusheddownoragainstsomethingelse]

Weexpectastormbecausetheatmosphericpressureisverylow.

prevent

[tokeeporstopfromgoingorhappening]

Doctorsaretryingtopreventthediseasefromspreading.

price

[theamountofmoneyforwhichanythingisbought,soldorofferedforsale]

Heisaskingafairpriceforhishouse.

prison

[aplacewhereapersoniskeptaspunishmentforacrime]

Thestateisbuildinganewprisonbecausetheoldoneisnotbigenough.

private

[(1)oforaboutapersonorgroupthatissecret;(2)oppositepublic]

Reportssayaprivatearmyisplottingtotakeoverthegovernment.(1)

Thisprivatepropertyisclosedtopublicuse.(2)

prize

[(1)somethingofferedorwoninacompetition;(2)somethingofvaluethatonemustworkhardfortoget]

SheknowsthewriterwhowontheNobelPrizelastyear.(1)

TheprizethatheseeksispeaceintheMiddleEast.(2)

probably

[(1)agoodchanceoftakingplace;(2)alittlemorethanpossible]

Myson’sfriendprobablywilleatatourhousetonight.(1)

Weprobablywillgetsomerainfromthosedarkclouds.(2)

problem

[adifficultquestionorsituationwithanunknownorunclearanswer]

Shehassympathyforpeoplewiththoseproblems.

process

[anoperationorseriesofchangesleadingtoadesiredresult]

Theproductionprocessseemstobeasuccess.

produce

[(1)tomake;(2)tocreate;(3)tocausesomethingtobe;(4)tomanufacture]

Thefarmerproducedabigcrop.(1)

Whoproducedthenewactionmovie?(2)

Thepoliceproducedsomenewevidenceatthetrial.(3)

Hiscompanyproducesroadsigns.(4)

profession

[ajobthatrequiresspecialtraining]

Manydoctorsareleavingthemedicalprofession.

professor

[ateacheratacollegeoruniversity]

DoyoulikeyourEnglishprofessor?

profit

[moneygainedfromabusinessactivityafterpayingallcostsofthatactivity]

Howmuchprofitdidyoumakefromsellingthestock?

program

[(1)aplanofaction;(2)thedifferenteventsorpartsofameetingorshow]

Wehavedevelopedaprogramtoincreasecompanyprofits.(1)

Ourgroupispartoftheprogramattheschoolmeeting.(2)

progress

[movementforwardortowardimprovementoragoal]

Areyoumakingprogressonyourscienceproject?

project

[aplannedefforttodosomething]

Shehopestocompleteherscienceprojectinaboutaweek.

propaganda

[ideasorinformationusedtoinfluenceopinions]

Doespoliticalpropagandawinelections?

property

[anythingownedbysomeonesuchasland,buildingsorgoods]

Hispropertyextendsfromheretotheriver.

propose

[topresentorofferforconsideration]

SheproposedanewprogramforteachingEnglish.

protect

[(1)toguard;(2)todefend;(3)topreventfrombeingharmedordamaged]

Themuseumisprotectingitsvaluablepaintingswithanewsecuritysystem.(1)

TheSecretServiceprotectstheWhiteHousefromanykindofattack.(2)

Seatbeltsandairbagsprotectthedriverandfrontseatpassengerinmostnewcars.(3)

protest

[(1)tospeakagainst;(2)toobject]

Thespeakersprotestedthelackofcontrolsonhandgunsales.(1)

Thegroupprotestedbecausetheirvoteswerenotcounted.(2)

prove

[toshowtobetrue]

Thedefenselawyerprovedthattheyoungmanwasnotguilty.

provide

[togivesomethingneededorwanted]

Sheprovidedfoodandwarmclothingtothehomelessman.

public

[(1)oforaboutallthepeopleinacommunityorcountry;(2)oppositeprivate]

Everyonecouldspeakatthepublicmeeting.(1)

Shesaidshespokeasaprivatecitizen,notasapublicofficial.(2)

publication

[somethingthatispublishedsuchasabook,newspaperormagazine]

Idonotreadthatpublication.

publish

[(1)tomakepublicsomethingthatiswritten;(2)toincludesomethinginabook,newspaperormagazine]

Thegovernmentpublishedthelistofproperties.(1)

Didthenewspaperpublishanythingabouttheaccident?(2)

pull

[(1)touseforcetomovesomethingtowardthepersonorthingusingtheforce;(2)oppositepush]

Pleasepullthemicrophoneclosersowecanhearyou.(1)

Youhavetopull,notpushthedoortoopenit.(2)

pump

[toforceagasorliquidup,intoorthrough]

Thebrokenpartwouldnotpumpfuelfromthetanktotheengine.

punish

[tocausepain,sufferingorlossfordoingsomethingbadorillegal]

Thejudgepunishedhimwithafive-yearprisonsentence.

purchase

[(1)tobuywithmoneyorwithsomethingofequalvalue;(2)thatwhichisbought]

DidyoupurchaseyourwatchinSwitzerland?(1)

Heusedachargecardtopayforthepurchase.(2)

pure

[(1)freefromanythingthatisdifferentorthatreducesvalue;(2)clean]

Heaskediftheringwasmadeofpuregold.(1)

Donotexpectpurewaterfromamountainstream.(2)

purpose

[(1)thereasonordesiredeffectfordoingsomething;(2)goal]

Whatisthepurposeofyourtrip?(1)

Hisonlypurposeinlifewastomakeherhappy.(2)

push

[(1)touseforcetomovesomethingawayfromthepersonorthingusingtheforce;(2)oppositepull]

Shepushedhimaway.(1)

EdpushedthehorseandIpulledit.(2)

put

[(1)toplace;(2)tosetinposition]

Sheputthedogoutside.(1)

Heputthetelevisionwhereeveryonecouldseeit.(2)

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