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2ndESO(A): Unit 5 :Superheroes : Vocabulary main map
Transcript of 2ndESO(A): Unit 5 :Superheroes : Vocabulary main map
Vocabulary Superheroes Superheroes Nouns Fancy dress A costume worn to a social
event to make someone look
like, for example, a famous
person or well-known
fictional character. Sidekick A companion Justice Violence Prison Vengance Peace Fiend
An evil spirit or demon. Victim Verbs To threaten To wiggle To move something or somebody with short movements up and down or from side to side. To make or express a threat to (someone) or to do (something). To fall up... To yell To impact To defend To survive To fight To defeat To protect To rescue To save To fly Adjectives Invisible Inmortal Strong Stunning Helpfully Skillful Vexed Vindictive Brave Special Elastic Sinister Cruel Menacing A building for the confinement of criminals or those awaiting trial. Punishment inflicted or retribution exacted for an injury or wrong. To do a loud, sharp cry, especially of pain, surprise, or delight. To resist an attack on; protect from harm. To save from a dangerous or distressing
situation somebody or something. Sombody who can't die To disregarding or taking pleasure
in the pain or suffering of others. Amazing, surprising... To have or show skill. To have or show a strong or unreasoning desire for revenge. To be difficult and much debated;
problematic. To be suggestive of evil or harm. Something or somebody that it´s threat or danger to. Just behaviour or treatment.
■ · The quality of being just. The behaviour of involving a physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill. Freedom from disturbance; tranquillity. A person harmed, injured, or
killed as a result of a crime,
accident, etc. To win a victory over. The action of one object coming forcibly into contact with another. Take part in a violent struggle involving physical force or weapons. To keep safe or rescue from harm or danger. To continue to live or exist. To keep safe from harm or injury. To be able to resume normal shape spontaneously after being stretched or squeezed. Having or showing courage. Unable to be seen, either by nature or because concealed.