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meanings examples come across to seem, to be considered, to be perceived
to find, especially in an unexpected way
Nathan comes across as rude, but he's really just shy. come along to accompany You can aome along. come around to visit or frequent a place
to change one's mind or attitude in a possitive or favorable way
Ever since Josh broke up with Mary, he doesn't come around anymore.
Greg will come around soon enough and agree with you.
come back to return come by to visit for a short time
to receive, to get s.th.,usually of value
How did you come by that expensive car?
come down to decrease, such as price
to visit an area lower or further south
The price on that house has come down a lot. come down on to punish severely (used with hard) When her parent caught jessica smoking, they really come down hard on her. come in to enter,
to be receive as a signal, as in a TV, radio or cell phone
I love this station, but it doesn't come in very well outside the city.
come into to receive s.th. valuable, especially inherited money. Kevin came into some money, so he paid off all of his debts. come on come out to divulge s.th. about oneself or one's idemtity come through to help or perform s.th. according to expectation I wasn't sure if he'd be able to lend me the money, but Jack really came through for me. come to to arrive at, to awaken after having been unconscious When Mary came to, she discovered that s.o. had moved her to the sofa. come up to visit an area higher or further north
to rise socially, economically, or professionally
Bob's really come up since he became the president of the company.
come up with to get an idea (used with idea, solution, proposal)
meanings examples turn around to go back in the opposite direction turn down to lower the power of s.th, such as light or volume,
to enter a road leading to a lower place (<=>turn up)
You need to turn down this road and continue to the bottom of the hill.
It was agreat job offer, but I had to turn it down because it was too much work.
turn in to leave a street ot highway and enter a drivewaym parking lot
to go to a bed
to give an assignment or paperwork to a boss or a teacher
to report s.o. to the police
turn into to become Jason got a promothion and turned into a real jerk turn off to stop an electronic device, to exit a road or freeway,
to be unappealing (<=> turn on)
This music is horrible! It really turn me off.
turn on to start an electronic device, to drive onto a street, highway,
to be appealing or exciting. (<=> turn off)
Dancing really turns me on and puts me in a great mood.
turn over to reverse the position of s.th. from right-side to upside down turn up to appear s.where, to be found
to increase the power of s.th, such as light or volume,
to enter a road leading to a higher place (<=>turn down)
Don't worry, your earring's not gone forever; it'll turn up.
meanings examples pick up to take s.th up off of a surface, to buy s.th. pick out to select, to separate from If you break a wine glass, make sure you pick all of the glass out of the carpet. pick over to take the best of s.th. and leave what is not so good. Yhe shirts have been on sale so long that they're realy been picked over. pick on to tease My sisters and brothers always picked on me because I was the youngest. pick from to choose from a group of s.th. Mrs.Stefanson picked a new assistant from the group of applicants for the job. pick at to take only very small amounts of food,
to scratch or irritate s.th., such as a cut or scrape.
Don't pick at that cut Let it heal.
pick up on to understand s.th, especially s.th that isn't intended to be understood. Thery spoke in Spanish in front of Dorothy, so she didn't pick up on what they were talking about.
Feelings~how do you feel now?
|powerful||provocative||intended to make people angry or upset, or to cause a lot of discussion|
|interested||inquisitive||interested in a lot of different things and wanting to find out more about them|
|joyful||ecstatic||feeling extremely happy and excited|
|liberated||free to behave in the way you want|
|confused||perplexed||confused and worried by something that you do not understand =puzzled|
|disillusioned||disappointed because you have lost your belief that someone is good, or that an idea is right|
|startled||dismayed||worried, disappointed, and upset when something unpleasant happens|
|insecure||inadequate||not good enough, big enough, skilled enough etc|
|alienated||someone unfriendly or unwilling to support you|
|hateful||resentful||feeling angry and upset about something that you think is unfair|
|enraged||to make someone very angry|
|distant||withdrawn||very shy and quiet, and concerned only about your own thoughts|
|loathing||a very strong feeling of hatred|
|disappointed||repugnant||very unpleasant and offensive = repellent|
|awful||revulsion||a strong feeling of shock and very strong dislike|
|detestable||very bad, and deserving to be criticized or hated|
|avoidance||aversion||a strong dislike of something or someone = hatred|
meanings examples drift to move slowly on water or in the air White clowds drifted across the sky. flutter to make small gentle movements in the air The flag fluttered in the wind. stir to move slightly or to make something move slightly The leaves stirred in the light breeze. sway to move slowly from one side to another The trees swayed back and forth. swerve to make a sudden sideways movement while moving forwards, usually in order to avoid hitting something The car swerved to avoid a dog which had run into the road.
Texture-how something feels when you touch it
adjective meanings typical examples image smooth . paper . polished . varnished wood/a shiny metal surface . silky soft, smooth, and shiny like silk silk/fine, expensive tights . sleek a smooth attractive shape
sleek hair or fur is straight, shiny, and healthy-looking
highly polished, streamlined new car bodywork downy covered in or filled with soft fine hair or feathers new-born baby's hair/ towel slippery difficult to hold, walk on etc because it is wet a fish just out of the water . furry covered with fur or short threads a sheepskin rug/ stuffed animal . rough . bark of a tree . coarse having a rough surface that feels slightly hard sand jagged having a rough or pointed edge or surface sharp, irregular edges of broken glass or metal/mountain/edge prickly covered with thin sharp points thorns on rose/cuctus gnarled rough and twisted with hard lumps twisted, dead wood from an old tree glossy shiny and smooth photopaper/display
What animals do?
Animal baby movement make noise ♪ cat kitten . mew MEOW dog puppy . bark, growl WOOF sheep lamb skip bleat BAA lion cub . roar . bear cub . . . horse foal trot, gallop neigh . pig piglet . grunt OINK cow calve . moo MOO duck duckling . quack . cock chick . crow . hen chick . cluck COCKADOODLEDOO owl . . hoot TOOWIT TOOWOO kangaroo . hop . . snake . slither . . Frog tadpole . croak . butterfly caterpillar flutter .
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