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P U B L I S H E D B Y T H E P R E S S S Y N D I C AT E O F T H E U N I V E R S I T Y O F C A M B R I D G E. The Pitt Building Trumpington Street Cambridge United Kingdom. CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, The Edinburgh Building Cambridge CB2 2RU UK. 40 West 20th Street New York NY 10011 4211 USA, 477 Williamstown Road Port Melbourne VIC 3207 Australia. Ruiz de Alarc n 13 28014 Madrid Spain, Dock House The Waterfront Cape Town South Africa. http www cambridge org, Cambridge University Press 2004. This book is in copyright Subject to statutory exception. and to the provisions of relevant collective licensing agreements. no reproduction of any part may take place without. the written permission of Cambridge University Press. First published 2001, Second edition published 2004.
Printed in Italy by Legoprint S p A, Typefaces Monotype Nimrod and Adobe Frutiger System TROFF MORTON. WORD PROCESSING LTD, A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. Library of Congress Cataloguing in Publication data applied for. ISBN 0 521 54380 0 paperback, ISBN 0 521 54381 9 paperback CD ROM. ISBN 3 12 517958 0 Klett paperback, ISBN 3 12 517959 9 Klett paperback CD ROM. De ned words that we have reason to believe constitute trademarks have. been labelled as such However neither the presence nor absence of such. labels should be regarded as affecting the legal status of any trademarks. page 5 Introduction, 6 How to use this dictionary, 8 More information on using the dictionary.
8 Grammar labels 11 Pronunciation, 10 Usage labels 12 Regular in ections. 10 UK US labels, 13 The dictionary A Z, 751 Appendices. 752 Common rst names 760 Irregular verbs, 753 Geographical names 763 Word beginnings and endings. 758 Regular verb tenses 765 Word building, CENTRE PAGES. Colour topic pictures, Centre 1 The Bathroom 9 Hair.
2 The Body 10 The Kitchen, 3 Car 11 The Living Room. 4 The Classroom 12 The Of ce, 5 Clothes 13 Phrasal Verbs. 6 Colours 14 Quantities, 7 Food 15 Sports, 8 Fruits and Vegetables. 17 Study pages, 18 Adjectives 31 Modal verbs, 19 Checking your work 33 Numbers. 20 Classroom language 34 Phrasal verbs, 21 Collocations 36 Pronunciation.
words that go together 37 Punctuation, 22 Countable and 38 Spelling. uncountable nouns 40 Transport and travel, 24 Family and relationships 41 UK and US English. 25 Food and eating 42 Verb patterns, 26 Idioms 43 Word formation. 27 The Internet 45 Writing letters, 29 Measurements 47 Answer key. 30 The media, F Important words to learn 13 abnormal.
abdicate bd ke t verb 1 I If a king or, queen abdicates they choose to stop being A. king or queen 2 abdicate responsibility formal, to decide not to be responsible for something. any more abdication bd ke n noun C U, abdomen bd m n noun C formal the. lower part of a person or animal s body con, A a e the rst letter of the alphabet taining the stomach and other organs abdom. Fa also an strong form e weak form deter inal b d m n l adj abdominal pains. miner 1 BEFORE NOUN used before a noun to abduct b d kt verb T to take someone away. refer to a single thing or person but not a par illegally He was abducted and murdered by a. ticular thing or person or not one that you terrorist group abduction b d k n noun. have referred to before I need a new car I C U, bought a nice coat yesterday I saw a woman aberration b re n noun C formal a tem.
speaking to him 2 ONE one a hundred dollars porary change from what usually happens. a dozen eggs 3 EVERY EACH every or each A, abet bet verb abetting past abetted 7See aid2. child needs love Take one tablet three times a, and abet sb. each day 4 TYPE used to say what type of, abhor b h r verb T abhorring past abhorred. thing or person something or someone is It s a, formal to hate something or someone very. guinea pig She s a doctor 5 AN ACTION used, much abhorrence b h r ns noun U formal.
before some action nouns when referring to, abhorrent b h r nt adj formal morally very. one example of the action I m just going to, bad an abhorrent crime. have a wash Take a look at this 6 TWO, NOUNS used before the rst of two nouns that. abide ba d verb can t abide sb sth to, strongly dislike someone or something I can t. are often used together a cup and saucer, abide rudeness.
7 AMOUNTS used before some phrases saying, abide by sth to obey a rule Staff who refused. how much of something there is a few days a, to abide by the rules were red. bit of sugar 8 NAME used before a person s, name when referring to someone you do not. abiding ba d adj always before noun An, abiding feeling or memory is one that you. know There s a Ms Leeming to see you, have for a long time My abiding memory is of.
COMMON LEARNER ERROR him watering his plants in the garden 7See. also law abiding, Remember to use an in front of words which begin with WORDS THAT GO WITH ability. a vowel sound These are words which start with the let have lack possess ability innate remarkable uncan. ters a e i o u or a sound like those letters ny ability. a car an orange an hour, Fability b l ti noun C U the physical or men. aback b k adv be taken aback to be very tal skill or qualities that you need to do some. surprised or shocked I was rather taken aback thing athletic academic ability to do sth He. by her honesty had the ability to explain things clearly and. abacus b k s noun C a square object with concisely The report questions the technical. small balls on wires used for counting ability of some of the staff 7Opposite inability. abandon b nd n verb T 1 to leave some 7Compare disability. one or something somewhere sometimes not abject bd ekt adj 1 abject misery poverty. returning to get them They were forced to terror etc when someone is extremely un. abandon the car He was abandoned by his happy poor afraid etc 2 showing that you. mother as a baby 2 to stop doing something are very ashamed of what you have done an. before it is nished or to stop following a abject apology. plan idea etc The match was abandoned ablaze ble z adj never before noun burning. because of rain abandoned adj abandonment strongly. noun U Fable e bl adj 1 be able to do sth to have the. abate be t verb I formal to become less ability to do something or the possibility of. strong By the weekend the storms had abated doing something He ll be able to help you I. abattoir b tw UK UK US slaughter, wouldn t be able to come at that time anyway. house noun C a place where animals are 7Opposite be unable to do sth 2 clever or good. killed for meat at doing something Even the most able stu. abbey bi noun C a group of buildings that dents found the test dif cult ably adv Robson. is or was a home for monks or nuns religious ably assisted by Anderson has completely. men or women who live separately from other rebuilt the team. people able bodied e bl b d d adj having all the, abbreviate bri vie t verb T to make a word physical abilities that most people have. or phrase shorter The word street is often abnormal b n m l adj different from what. abbreviated to St is normal or usual in a way which is strange. abbreviation bri vi e n noun C a shorter or dangerous abnormal behaviour weather. form of a word or phrase especially used in They found abnormal levels of lead in the. writing A doctor is often called a GP an ab water abnormally adv abnormally high. breviation for general practitioner temperatures, j yes k cat ring she thin this decision d jar t chip cat e bed ago sit i cosy hot run put.
abnormality 14 F Important words to learn, abnormality bn m l ti noun C U some page the above diagram the address shown. A thing abnormal usually in the body a genetic above. abnormality a bove board adj never before noun honest. aboard b d adv preposition on or onto a and legal We hired a lawyer to make sure the. plane ship bus or train Welcome aboard agreement was all above board. ight BA109 to Paris abrasive bre s v adj 1 An abrasive sub. abode b d noun C formal a home stance is rough and can be used for rubbing. abolish b l verb T to of cially end some surfaces to make them clean or smooth. thing especially a law or system National Ser 2 speaking or behaving in a rude and unpleas. vice was abolished in Britain in 1962 abolition ant way an abrasive manner. abreast brest adv 1 keep sb abreast of sth, b l n noun U the abolition of slavery. abominable b m n bl adj extremely bad to make sure you or someone else knows. abominable behaviour conditions abominably about the most recent changes in a subject or. adv situation I ll keep you abreast of any develop. Aboriginal b r d n l adj relating or be ments 2 two three four etc abreast If people. longing to the original race of people who who are moving are two three etc abreast. lived in Australia, Aborigine b r d ni that number of people are next to each other. noun C an Aboriginal person side by side They were cycling four abreast. abort b t verb T 1 to stop a process before completely blocking the road. it has nished The take off was aborted due to abridged br d d adj An abridged book or. bad weather 2 to end a pregnancy that is not other piece of writing has been made shorter. wanted using a medical operation 7Opposite unabridged abridge br d verb T. abortion b n noun C U a medical oper F abroad br d adv in or to a foreign country. ation to end a pregnancy when the baby is still He goes abroad a lot with his job. too small to live to have an abortion abrupt br pt adj 1 sudden and not expected. abortive b t v adj always before noun An Our conversation came to an abrupt end be. abortive attempt or plan fails before it is com cause Jean was called away 2 dealing with. plete people in a quick way that is unfriendly or, abound ba nd verb I formal to exist in rude She has a rather abrupt manner. large numbers Rumours abound about a pos abruptly adv. sible change of leadership abscess bses noun C a painful swollen. Fabout 1 ba t preposition 1 relating to a par area on the body which contains a yellow. ticular subject or person a book about the liquid, Spanish Civil War What was she talking abscond b sk nd verb I formal to leave.
about 2 UK US around to or in different parts somewhere suddenly without permission. of a place often without purpose or order because you want to escape or because you. They were creeping about the garden We have stolen something. heard someone moving about outside absence bs ns noun 1 C U a time when. 3 what how about a used to make a sugges you are not in a particular place Lisa will be. tion How about France for a holiday b used to acting as manager in Phil s absence while. ask for someone s opinion on a particular Phil is not here A large number of ab. subject What about Ann is she nice sences from work are caused by back prob. Fabout 2 ba t adv 1 APPROXIMATELY used be lems 2 U when something does not exist In. fore a number or amount to mean approxi the absence of any proof it is impossible to. mately It happened about two months ago accuse her. 2 DIRECTION UK US around to or in different absent bs nt adj not in the place where you. parts of a place often without purpose or are expected to be especially at school or. order She s always leaving her clothes lying work He has been absent from school all week. about 3 NEAR UK informal US around If some absentee bs n ti noun C someone who is. one or something is about they are near to the not in a place where they should be absentee. place where you are now Is Kate about 4 be ism noun U when someone is often absent. about to do sth to be going to do something from work or school. very soon I stopped her just as she was about to absently bs ntli adv without thinking. leave about what you are doing He stared absently at. Fabove 1 b v adv preposition 1 HIGHER POS the television screen. ITION in or to a higher position than something absent minded bs nt ma nd d adj often. else There s a mirror above the washbasin I forgetting things absent mindedly adv. could hear music coming from the room above absent mindedness noun U. 2 MORE more than an amount or level It says absolute bs lu t adj always before noun. on the box it s for children aged three and 1 complete absolute power control The party. above Rates of pay are above average was an absolute disaster 2 de nite There was. 3 RANK in a more important or advanced pos no absolute proof of fraud. ition than someone else Sally s a grade above Fabsolutely bs lu tli adv 1 completely The. me 4 TOO IMPORTANT too good or important for food was absolutely delicious She absolutely. something No one is above suspicion in this hated the place There s absolutely nothing. matter 5 above all most importantly Above nothing at all left 2 Absolutely used to. all I d like to thank everyone strongly agree with someone Do you think it. above b v adj adv higher on the same helped his career Absolutely 3 Absolutely. arm her i see saw u too a my a how e hair e day no near boy poor a fire a sour. F Important words to learn 15 accept, not used to strongly disagree with someone or abysmal b zm l adj very bad especially of. to agree with something negative Are you bad quality the team s abysmal performance A. suggesting that we should just ignore the last season abysmally adv. problem No absolutely not abyss b s noun C 1 a very bad situation. absolve b z lv verb T formal to formally which will not improve usually singular The. Contents page 5 Introduction 6 How to use this dictionary 8 More information on using the dictionary 8 Grammar labels 11 Pronunciation 10 Usage labels 12 Regular

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