[every one by itself]
Each of us sang a different song in the show.
[(1) at or near the beginning, especially the beginning of the day; (2) opposite late]
They saw her walking early this morning. (1)
A few arrived late, but most were early. (2)
[to be paid in return for work done]
She earns 40,000 dollars a year.
[(1) the planet we all live on; (2) the ground or soil]
Have you seen the picture of earth made from the moon's surface? (1)
The sun wamp3ed the black earth of the famp3er's field. (2)
[a sudden, violent shaking of the earth's surface]
The earthquake caused severe damage to bridges and buildings in Los Angeles.
[(1) to reduce; (2) to make less difficult]
The rate of economic inflation eased last month. (1)
The new equipment helped ease his job. (2)
[the direction from which the sun rises]
The sun rises in the east and goes down in the west.
[(1) not difficult; (2) not hard to do]
His English is easy to understand. (1)
She says that running five kilometers is easy for her. (2)
[to take food into the body through the mouth]
Can you eat now, or do you want to eat later?
[the scientific study of the environment and links among living and material things]
She is an expert on the ecology of wetlands.
[the system by which money, industry and trade are organized]
Many people hope the economy will continue to grow.
[the line where something ends or begins]
Do not write near the edge of the paper.
[the act of teaching]
Congress approved the spending of 450 million dollars for aid to education.
[the result or change caused by something]
The stomp3 had a serious effect on the economy.
[(1) an attempt; (2) the work necessary to do something]
The boy made an effort to help his mother. (1)
Climbing the mountain required great effort. (2)
[(1) the rounded object containing unborn young produced by female birds, fish or reptiles; (2) a single cell in a female person or animal that can develop into a baby]
Sea turtles bury their eggs in the sand. (1)
Human eggs can be transplanted from one woman to another. (2)
[one of two, but not the other]
Can either of you tell me how to get to the airport?
[to choose by voting]
The voters elected the state governor as President of the United States.
[a fomp3 of energy that flows through wires to provide heat and light, and power to machines]
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