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Vocabulary English 3 by Karina Cahuich

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to move on roller skates.
Vocabulary English 3
Cahuich Marín Karina Guadalupe
Hobbies and Sports
roller skate
patinar
"Talent without discipline is like an octopus on roller skates".


H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
2.
tiro con arco
archery
the art or sport of shooting with bows and arrows.
3.
clavados
4.
diving jump
rowing
to plunge headfirst into water.
to race against in a boat propelled by oars.
remo
1.
embroider
bordar
to decorate cloth or clothing with patterns or pictures consisting of stitches that are sewn directly onto the material.
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do pottery
trabajar con barro
the activity or skill of making clay objects by hand.
Childhood Memories
7.
to fly a kite
volar una cometa.
pimple
espinilla
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to scold
regañar
to tell off someone because you disapprove of their behavior.
10.
to jump rope
saltar la cuerda.
Merry Go-round
carrusel
swing on a Swing
columpiarse
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play tag
jugar "pesca pesca"
be tattler
ser chismoso
to gossip about another's personal matters or secrets.
wear braids
Fairground
parque de atracciones
Guinea Pig
Cuyo
Ferret
Hurón
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hot air balloon
globo aerostático
moped
ciclomotor
streetcar
trolebús
gondola
train car
vagón
Carriage
carruaje
Transportation
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roadworks
obras viales
traffic lights
semáforo
góndola
pedestrians
peatones
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road signs
señalamientos
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taxi rank
parada de taxi
car insurance
seguro vehicular
tow truck
grúa
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glove compartment
guantera
gear stick
palanca de cambios
rush hour
hora pico
windshield
parabrisas
blinker
intermitentes
Types of houses
terraced house
It is a style where a row of identical or mirror-image houses share side walls.
block of flats
a residential building consisting of apartments.
cottage
a small simple house, esp in a rural area
bungalow
a one-storey house, sometimes with an attic.
lighthouse
a fixed structure in the form of a tower equipped with a light visible to mariners for warning them of obstructions, for marking harbour entrances, etc.
hut
a small house or shelter, usually made of wood or metal
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Objects at home
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power point
an electrical socket mounted on or recessed into a wall.
bunk
one of a pair of beds constructed one above the other.
door handle
a hinged or sliding panel for closing the entrance to a room, cupboard
appliances
a machine or device, esp an electrical one used domestically.
ironing board
a board, usually on legs, with a suitable covering on which to iron clothes.
kettle
a metal or plastic container with a handle and spout for boiling water
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stool
a seat without any support for the back or arms.
cupboard
a piece of furniture or a small part of a room with a door or doors behind which there is space for storing things, usually on shelves.
tile
azulejo
wall bracket
ménsula
drapes
cortinas
hanger
percha
Describing places
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burstling
a crowded, busy place.
picturesque
charming or interesting in a unique or unusual way.
sprawling city
a city that has grown over time and which covers a wide area
Bad habits
pick your nose
escarbarce la nariz
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slouching
encorvarse
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road rage
agresividad vial
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crack knuckles
tronarse los dedos
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snap your gum
tronar tu goma de mascar
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phubbing
The act of snubbing someone in a social setting by looking at your phone instead of paying attention.
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booger
65-90 words
remarkable
worthy of note or attention.
moco
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money box
alcancía
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charcoal
a black amorphous form of carbon made by heating wood or other organic matter in the absence of air: used as a fuel, in smelting metal ores, in explosives, and as an absorbent.
ivory
a hard smooth creamy white variety of dentine that makes up a major part of the tusks of elephants, walruses, and similar animals.
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awning
a roof of canvas or other material supported by a frame to provide protection from the weather, esp one placed over a doorway or part of a deck of a ship.
69.
taladro
drill
thrift shop

charity store selling second-hand items.
tienda de artículos usados
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turnip
nabo
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Alice band
diadema
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aglet
A tag or sheath, as of plastic, on the end of a lace, cord, or ribbon to facilitate its passing through eyelet holes.
74.
acorn
bellota
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saffron
azafrán
banister
pasamano
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stapler
engrapadora
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hole punch
perforadora
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Burgondy
de color borgoña
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widow
viuda
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mourn
to feel or express sadness for the death or loss of (someone or something)
to flap
to move (wings or arms) up and down, esp in or as if in flying, or (of wings or arms) to move in this way
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den
the habitat or retreat of a lion or similar wild animal; lair.
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staple
grapa
85.
wrought-iron fence
cerca en metal
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walnut
nuez
Adam's apple
protuberancia en la garganta
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Bobby pins
pasadores para el cabello
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air-freshener
aromatizante ambiental
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Christmas wreath
conora navideña
93. sauté
to fry food quickly in a small amount of hot oil
94. to simmer
to gently cook a liquid or something with liquid in it so that it is very hot, but does not boil
95. deep-fried
fried in a lot of oil
96. to nuke
mainly US informal to heat or cook something in a microwave oven
97. to broil
to cook food with strong heat coming from directly above or below it
98. stir
to mix a liquid or other substance by moving an object such as a spoon in a circular pattern
99. to season
to add salt or spices to food that you are cooking
100. casserole
a dish made by cooking meat, vegetables, or other foods in liquid inside a heavy container at low heat, or the heavy, deep container with a lid used in cooking such dishes
101. to sprinkle
to gently drop small pieces of something over a surface
102. catering
any job making or serving food
103. cutting board
tabla para cortar
104. to steam
to cook something using steam
105. strainer
a kitchen utensil with a lot of holes in it for separating liquid from solid
106.saucer
a small plate that you put under a cup
107. burner
the part of a cooker, light, etc. that produces flame or heat
108. knob
a round handle or a small, round device for controlling a machine or electrical equipment
2nd Vocabulary Revision.
Words 90 to 210

109. lid
the top part of a container that can be removed in order to put something in or take something out
110. pantry
a small room where food is kept
111. dishtowel
112. towel rack
a horizontal bar on the wall that you hang towels on
113. cookware
barería de cocina
114. faucet
an object at the end of a pipe that you turn to control the flow of water
115. pot
any of various types of container, usually round, especially one used for cooking food
116. pitcher
a container for liquids with a handle on one side and a shaped opening at the top of the other side for pouring
117. fare
the price that you pay to travel on an aircraft, train, bus, etc
118. mileage
the number of miles that a vehicle has traveled since it was new
120. baggage
all the cases and bags that you take with you when you travel
121. hitcchike
to get free rides in people's vehicles by standing next to the road and waiting for someone to pick you up
122. baggage claim
Place where passengers go to get their luggage at the end of a flight.
123. jet lag
Tiredness after a long flight due to differences in time zones
124. stopover
A temporary stop during a long journey.
125. tracks
Set of rails for trains.
126. inn
a small hotel in the countryside
127. to go mountaneering
the sport or activity of climbing mountains
128. to sunbathe
to sit or lie in the sun in order to make your skin darker
129. wilderness
an area of land that has not been used to grow crops or had towns and roads built on it
130. widower
viudo
131. acquaintance
used in some expressions about knowing or meeting people
a person's husband or wife
132. spouse
133. cohabitation
unión libre
134. coutship
the time when people have a romantic relationship with the intention of getting married
135. firstborn
primogénito
136. godchild
in the Christian religion, a child whose moral and religious development is partly the responsibility of two or more godparents (= adults who promise to take this responsibility at a ceremony)
137. grumpy
easily annoyed and complaining
138. boastul
praising yourself and what you have done
139. self-seeking
interested in your own advantage in everything that you do
140. zealous
enthusiastic and eager
141. broad-minded
willing to accept other people's behaviour and beliefs, especially sexual behaviour:
142. thrifty
showing a careful use of money, especially by avoiding waste
143. trustworthy
able to be trusted
144. grouchi
easily annoyed and complaining
145. level headed
equilibrado
146. naive
having or expressing innocence and credulity; ingenuous
147. dull
slow to think or understand
making a complaint
148. Look, I’m sorry to trouble you, but….
149. I’m sorry to have to say this, but….
150. I hate to tell you but…
accepting a complaint
151. I wish it never happened
152. I can’t tell you how sorry I am.
153. I just don’t know what to say
household chores
154. to lay/set the table
to put a cloth, knives, and forks, etc. on the table in preparation for a meal
156. to polish the shoes
pulir los zapatos
155. to clean up the table
Remove the dirty dishes from the table
157. change the sheets
cambiar las sabanas
158. clean the bathroom
limpiar el baño
159. do the dusting
limpiar el polvo
Technology
160. lurker
someone who reads the messages in a chat room without taking part
161. to attach
to fasten, join, or connect something
162. to drag
to move something by pulling it along a surface, usually the ground
163. to compose
to produce music, poetry, or formal writing
164. Clip art
Drawings you can add to your documents or presentations.
165. Thesaurus
A feature in most word processors used to replace a word in a document with one that is more suitable and adds variety to your writing.
Religions
166. mass
a religious ceremony in some Christian Churches based on Jesus' last meal with his disciples, or music written for parts of this ceremony
167. gospel
any of the four books of the Bible that contain details of the life of Jesus Christ:
168. psalm
a holy poem or song, especially one of the 150 collected together in the Bible
169. shrine
a place for worship that is holy because of a connection with a holy person or object
170. worship
o have or show a strong feeling of respect and admiration for God or a god
171. mosque
a building for Islamic religious activities and worship
172. bandanna
a large silk or cotton handkerchief or neckerchief
172. boisterous
noisy, energetic, and rough
173. beads
a small, coloured, often round piece of plastic, wood, glass, etc. with a hole through it. It is usually put on a string with a lot of others to make jewelery
174. dazzling
extremely good and exciting:
a dazzling concert
175. engulf
to surround and cover something or someone completely
The flames engulfed the white house.
176. firecracker
a firework that makes a loud noise when it explodes
177. gamble
to do something that involves risks that might result in loss of money or failure, hoping to get money or achieve success
178. joyous
full of joy; very happy
179. juggling
a person who juggles objects in order to entertain people
180. merriment
an occasion when people laugh or have an enjoyable time together
181. nibble
to eat something by taking a lot of small bites
182. quaint
attractive or unusual in an old-fashioned way
183. roam
to move around a place without any purpose
184. shirk
to avoid work, duties, or responsibilities, especially if they are difficult or unpleasant
I shall not shirk from my homework
185. yearn
to wish very strongly, especially for something that you cannot have or something that is very difficult to have
186. zest
the outer skin of a lemon or orange used to give flavour to food
187. boost
something that makes you feel more confident and happy, or that helps something increase or improve
188. outreach
bringing medical or similar services to people at home or to where they spend time:
189. queasy

likely to vomit
190. quirk
an unusual habit or part of someone's personality, or something that is strange and unexpected.
191. spinster
a woman who is not married, especially a woman who is no longer young and seems unlikely ever to marry
192. bellhop/ bellboy
a person in a hotel employed to carry cases, open doors, etc.
193. pet peeve
something that especially annoys you
194. overbook
o sell more hotel rooms, seats on an aircraft, etc., than are available
195. paddle
a short pole with a wide, flat part at one end or both ends, used for moving a small boat or canoe through the water
196. stroll
to walk in a slow, relaxed manner, especially for pleasure
197. to swelter
(of a person) to feel very hot
198. to trek
to walk a long distance, usually over land such as hills, mountains, or forests
199.horsefly
any of various large flying insects that bite horses, cattle, and sometimes people
200. hummingbird
colibrí
Idioms
201. Don't count your chickens before the eggs have hatched.
This idiom is used to express "Don't make plans for something that might not happen".
202. It takes two to tango
Actions or communications need more than one person
203. Speak of the devil!
This expression is used when the person you have just been talking about arrives.
204. Taste of your own medicine
Means that something happens to you, or is done to you, that you have done to someone else
205. Cross that bridge when you come to it
Deal with a problem if and when it becomes necessary, not before.
206. You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink.
You can present someone with an opportunity, but you cannot force him or her to take advantage of it
207. One man's meat is another man's poison.
Something that one person likes may be distasteful to someone else.
208. beat the clock
Fig. to do something before a deadline; to finish before the time is up.
209. fish story and fish tale

Fig. a great big lie
210. have a memory like an elephant
to be very good at remembering things
3rd Vocabulary Revision
1st Vocabulary Revision. Words 1 to 90
Crime vocabulary
211. accomplice
someone who helps a criminal to commit a crime.
212. Aggravated assault
a serious, violent attack on someone.
asalto a mano armada
213. Alibi
proof that someone who is thought to have committed a crime could not have done it, especially the fact or statement that they were in another place at the time it happened.
coartada
214. assailant
a person who attacks another person
215. forgery
an illegal copy of a document, painting, etc. or the crime of making such illegal copies.
216. bail
an arrangement in which money is paid to a court so that someone can be released from prison until their trial.
217. bribe
money or a present that you give to someone so that they will do something for you, usually something dishonest.
218. counterfeit
made to look like the real thing, in order to trick people.
falso
219. handcuffs
esposas
220. grief
very great sadness, especially at the death of someone
221.hijack
to take control of an aircraft or other vehicle during a journey, especially using violence
222. larceny
stealing, especially (in the US) the crime of taking something that does not belong to you, without illegally entering a building to do so
other words
223. aid
to give support to (someone to do something); help or assist
224. bash
to hit someone or something hard
225. bin (UK)
a container that is used to put waste in
226. blatant
describes something bad that is very obvious or intentional
227. bluish
slightly blue
228. brat
a child, especially one who behaves badly
229. burial
the act of putting a dead body into the ground, or the ceremony connected with this
230. bury
to put a dead body into the ground
231. cattle
cows and bulls that are kept for their milk or meat
232. to deal
to give or share out something, especially playing cards
233. debris
broken or torn pieces of something larger
234. deceit
(an act of) keeping the truth hidden, especially to get an advantage
235. feeble
weak and without energy, strength, or power
236. foil
a very thin sheet of metal, especially used to wrap food in to keep it fresh
237. garish
unpleasantly bright
llamativo
238. glade
a small area of grass without trees in a wood
239. glum
disappointed or unhappy, and quiet
240. hoax
a plan to deceive someone, such as telling the police there is a bomb somewhere when there is not one, or a trick
241. hornet
avispón
tábano
242. ken
not in your area of knowledge
243. landmark
a building or place that is easily recognized, especially one that you can use to judge where you are
244. odd (adj)-numbers
not able to be divided exactly by two
245. pothole
a hole in a road surface that results from gradual damage caused by traffic and/or weather
246. rodent
any of various small mammals with large, sharp front teeth, such as mice and rats
247. stockbroker
a person or company that buys and sells stocks and shares for other people
248. unbearable
too painful or unpleasant for you to continue to experience
249. wheat
a plant whose yellowish-brown grain is used for making flour, or the grain itself
250. whodunit
a story about a crime and the attempt to discover who committed it
251.rad
extremely exciting or good.
252. bait
to intentionally make a person angry by saying or doing things to annoy them
253. harvest
the time of year when crops are cut and collected from the fields, or the activity of cutting and collecting them, or the crops that are cut and collected
254. veil
a piece of thin material worn by women to cover the face or head
255. crave
to have a strong feeling of wanting something
256.claw
one of the sharp, curved nails on the feet of some animals and birds
257. chuckle
to laugh quietly
258. summon
to officially order someone to come to a place
259. righteous
morally correct
260. rumbling
a sign of anger or disagreement
261. trunk
an elephant’s nose, which is like a long tube that bends easily
262. stem
263. mechanical pencil
264. led
265. stump
the short part of something that is left after most of it has been removed.
266. shrug
to move your shoulders up and down to show that you do not care about something or that you do not know something
267. gaze
to look for a long time at someone or something or in a particular direction
268. startled
to be or cause to be surprised or frightened, esp so as to start involuntarily
269. nail file
270. rubber band
271. drainage
the system of water or waste liquids flowing away from somewhere into the ground or down pipes
272. toilet seat
273. toilet lid

274. toilet bowl
275. toilet paper
holder
276. toilet bowl brush
escobilla
277. plunger
desatascador
278.shower head
279. shower valve
280. soap dish
281. toothbrush holder
282. tweezers
283. nail clippers
284. cotton swabs

285. suds
espuma

286. drip
gotear
287. blow drier

secadora

288. tube

289. cap
290. floss
hilo dental

291. medicine cabinet
292. hamper
cesta con tapa
293. laundry hamper
294. mouthwash
295. scourer
296. liver

higado

296. esófago
297. estómago
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299. large intestine
intestino grueso
300. small intestine
intestino delgado
301. knickers (UK)
panties (USA)
302. cardigan
saco liviano de lana
303. mackintosh
abrigo de tela o lana gruesa
304. bomber jacktet
campera ajustada a la cintura
304. denim jacket
305. dungarees (GB
overall (USA
306. Wellingtons
307. sole
308. bathrobe
309. swimming trunks
310. tie pin
sujetador de corbata
311. hood
capucha
312. braces (UK)
Suspenders (USA)
313. cravat
a kind of scarf worn instead of a tie round the neck.
fular
Pañuelo para el cuello o bufanda de seda u otro tejido fino
314. handkerchief
a small usually square piece of cloth or paper tissue used for wiping or blowing one’s nose into.
pañuelo
315. neckerchief
a piece of square cloth folded and worn around the neck, especially in the past.
316.shawl
317. cloak
318. beret
319. bonnet
sombrero para bebé
320. turban
321. cuff liks
a small decorative object used to fasten shirt cuffs.
gemelos
322. button fly
323. buttonhole
ojal
324. cuff
the thicker material at the end of a sleeve nearest the hand.
puno
325. lining
forro
a material or substance that covers the inside surface of something.
bragueta de botones
326. hand-held fan
327. shawl collar
a turned-over collar of a garment that combines with lapels forming an unbroken curving line.
328. stand up collar
329. V-neck
330. crew neck
a round neck hole on a shirt, or a shirt with a neck hole in this shape.
331. collarless
332. sleeveless
333. denim
334. linen
lino
335. suede
gamuza
336. woolen
made of wool
337. mohair
a soft wool or cloth made from the outer hair of angora goats (= goats with long soft hair).
338. corduroy
pana
339. laquer
charol
340. paisley print
a colourful pattern of curved shapes, usually on cloth
estampado con forma de gota
341. checked print
with a pattern of squares formed by lines of different colours crossing each other
342. clutch
bolso de mano
343. pocketbook
a woman's handbag.
344.billfold
a small folding case for carrying money.
345. duffel bag
a tube-shaped cloth bag with a circular bottom and a thick string at the top that is used to close it and carry it
.
bolso de lona
346. attaché case
a rectangular case with hard sides, used especially for carrying business documents
347. buckle
a piece of metal at one end of a belt or strap, used to fasten the two ends together
hebilla
348. clasp
a small metal device that is used to fasten a belt, bag, or a piece of jewellery
broche
349. velcro
material that consists of two pieces of cloth that stick together, used to fasten clothes
350. kerchief
a square piece of cloth worn around the neck or on the head
351. mittens
a type of glove with a single part for all the fingers and a separate part for the thumb
352. earmuffs
a pair of small pieces of material like fur worn over the ears with a strap that goes over the head to keep them on
353. contact lenses
354. insole
plantilla
355. mule
a woman's shoe or slipper that has no back
356. loafer
a type of leather shoe with a wide strip across the top, which a person's foot slides into, without any way of fastening it to the foot
357. brooch
358. garnet
granate
359. tanzanite
tanzanita
360. zoisite
zolsita
361. alexandrite
alejandrita
362. blue topaz
topacio azul
363. quartz
cuarzo
364. emerald
esmeralda
365.corundum
corindón
366. tourmalin
turmalina
367. sapphire
zafiro
368. ammolite
ammolita
369. citrine
citrino
370. amethyst
amatista
The Health
371. bleeding
to have blood coming from a place in your body
372. blister
a painful, raised area of skin with liquid inside, that you get if your skin has been rubbed or burned, or a similar area on a painted surface
373. bruise
a dark area on your skin where you have been hurt
374. constipation
unable to empty your bowels as often as you should
375. sunstroke
an illness caused by spending too much time in the sun
376. swelling
a part of your body that has become bigger because of illness or injury
377. gauze
thin, transparent cloth, especially used to cover injuries
378. needle
the thin, sharp, metal part of a piece of medical equipment used to take blood out of the body, or to put medicine or drugs in
379. peroxide
agua oxigenada
380. syringe
jeringa
381. injection
382. x-ray plate
radiografía
Enviroment
383. desertification
the process by which land changes into desert.
384. disposable products
describes an item that is intended to be thrown away after use.
desechable
385. drought
a long period when there is little or no rain.
sequía
386. flood
a large amount of water covering an area that is usually dry
inundación
387. oil slick
a layer of oil that is floating over a large area of the surface of the sea, usually because an accident has caused it to escape from a ship or container
fuga de petróleo
388. ozone layer
capa de ozono
389. unleaded petrol
describes a type of petrol or other substance that does not contain lead
390. carnation
clavel
391. daisy
margarita
392. fern
helecho
393. iris
lirio
394. poppy
amapola
395. arum
alcatraz
396. thorn
espina
397. bush
arbusto
398. rose bush
rosal
399. weed
maleza
400. binweed
enredadera
Gardening
401. chain saw
402. greenhouse
motosierra
invernadero
403. lawnmowwer
cortadora de césped
404. shovel
pala
405. pond
estanque
406. sickle
hoz
407. sprinkler
rociador
408. sunbed
camastro
409.sunshade
sombrilla
410. trowel
pala de jardinería
411. wheelbarrow
412. rake
rastrillo
Geography
413. brook
arroyo
414. cliff
acantilado
415. creek
riachuelo
416. crevice
grieta
417. glacier
glaciar
418. grove
arboleda
419. ice floe
tépano de hielo
420. marsh
pantano
421. meadow
prado
422. dew
rocío
423. montain range
cordillera
424. peak
pico, cima
425. reef
arrecife
426. spring
manantial
Green life
427. clover
428. mahogany
caoba
429. oak
roble
Weather
430. blizzard
tormenta de nieve
431. downpour
aguacero
432. frost
escarcha
433. hail
granizo
434. hailstones
piedras de granizo
435. mist
neblina
Beauty Salon
436. washbasin
lavabo
437. to rinse
to use water to clean soap or dirt from something
438. blow drier
439. bun
hair arranged into a round knot at the back of the head
440. up-do
recogidos
441. split ends
puntas abiertas
442. anti-clockwise/counter-clockwise
British/American
in the opposite direction to the movement of the hands of a clock
443. biscuit/cookie
444. car park/parking lot
445. clothes peg/clothespin
446. crisps/potato chips
447. dustbin, garbage can/trash can
448. nappy/diaper
449. naughts and crosses/ tic tac toe
450. pavement/sidewalk
451. rubber/ eraser
452. timetable/schedule
453. tangled
what is...
enredado
454. cornstach
maicena
455. clog
to (cause something to) become blocked or filled so that movement or activity is difficult
456. sarcophagus
sarcófago
457. canteen
a small flat case containing) a complete set of knives, forks, and spoons
458. carafe
garrafa
459. ignite
to (cause to) start burning or explode
460. remain
to stay in the same place or in the same condition
461. shift
to (cause something or someone to) move or change from one position or direction to another, especially slightly
462. eiderdown
a thick covering for the top of a bed, filled with soft feathers or warm material, used especially in the past
463.wry
showing that you find a bad or difficult situation slightly funny
464. lisp
to pronounce 's' and 'z' sounds like 'th'
ceceo
465. limpid
cclear, transparent
466. flick
to move or hit something with a short sudden movement
467. stairaway
a passage in a public place with a set of steps that leads from one level to another
468. appease
to prevent further disagreement in arguments or war by giving to the other side an advantage that they have demanded
469. nod
asentir
470. barren
unable to produce plants or fruit
471. bleach
a strong chemical used for cleaning things or removing colour from things
472. canny
thinking quickly and cleverly, especially in business or financial matters
473. convey
to express a thought, feeling, or idea so that it is understood by other people
verbalizar
astuto
474. daunt
to make someone feel slightly frightened or worried about their ability to achieve something
intimidar
475. dissect
to cut open something, especially a dead body or a plant, and study its structure
476. endeavour
to try to do something
esfuerzo, empeño
477. felt
fieltro
478. flimsy
very thin, or easily broken or destroyed
479. lavish

large in quantity and expensive or impressive
a person whose behaviour is unusual and strange
480. oddbball
bicho raro
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