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2015-02-28CCSD2015-p.289

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    • p.288 ---
    • p.285 --- gall, gallant, galvanize
    • p.280 --- frivolous, frolic
    • p.272 --- forehead, forfeit, forge
    • p.260 --- finite
    • p.243 --- fabulous
    • p.222 --- dominant, dominion, doomed
    • p.222 --- dose, double-glaze, doubly
    • p.157 --- credcendo, cringe, cirpple
    • p.158 --- critic, croak, crook
    • p.159 --- crotch, crouch, crucial
    • p.160 --- crude, cruel, crux
    • p.77 --- brazen
    • p.78 --- breadth, breadwinner
    • p.79 --- breakneck, breathtaking
    • p.80 --- brew, bribe, brigade
    • p.783 --- vulgar, vulnerable, wag
    • p.784 --- wager, wail
    • p.785 --- wallow, wander, wane
    • p.786 --- warden, warmth

2015-02-27CCSD2015-p.288

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p.288


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    • p.287 --- gasp, gastric, gaunt
    • p.284 --- fury, fuss, fussy
    • p.279 --- fret, fridge, frigate
    • p.271 --- foray, forego, freground
    • p.259 ---
    • p.242 --- extravagant, etrovert, exude
    • p.221 --- emission, empathy
    • p.222 --- enchant, enclose, encounter
    • p.179 --- depict, depose, depot
    • p.180 --- deputy, derive, descend
    • p.49 --- bail, bald, bale
    • p.50 --- ballot, banal, banish
    • p.51 --- banter, barbaric
    • p.52 --- barely, barn, barage
    • p.755 --- twitch, typify, tyrant
    • p.756 --- unanimous
    • p.757 --- unbeatable, uncanny
    • p.758 --- unconstitutional, undaunted

2015-02-26CCSD2015-p.287

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p.286

  • gasp [v&n]
    • If you gasp, or if you give a gasp, you take a short, quick breath through your mouth, especially when you are surprised or in pain.
  • gastric [adj]
  • gaunt [adj]
    • If you looks gaunt, they look very thin, usually because of illness.

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2015-02-25CCSD2015-p.286

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p.286

  • gape [v]
    1. If you gape, you look at someone or something in surprise, with your mouth open.
    2. If you stay that something such as a hole or a wond gapes, you are emphasizing that it is deep or wide.
  • garment [n]
  • garner [v]
    • If you say that someone has garnered something useful or valuable, you mean that they have collected or gained it.(formal)

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    • p.285 --- gall, gallant, galvanize
    • p.282 --- fully fumble, fume
    • p.277 --- fraternity, fraud, freak
    • p.269 --- folly, footage
    • p.257 --- figurative, figure out
    • p.240 --- expose, expusrue, expound
    • p.219 --- elude, emanate, embark
    • p.220 --- embody, embrace, emerge
    • p.177 --- demean, demise, demolish
    • p.178 --- dense, dent
    • p.101 --- cavalier, cavity, cede
    • p.102 --- celestial, censure
    • p.103 --- cerebral, CFC
    • p.104 --- chalet
    • p.807 --- worldly
    • p.808 --- worship
    • p.809 --- wretched
    • p.810 --- wriggle, wring, wrinkle

2015-02-24CCSD2015-p.285

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p.285

  • gall
    1. [n]If someone has the gall to do something dangerous or dishonest, they have the daring to do it; used showing disapproval.
    2. [v]If someone's acton galls you, it makes you angry because you cannot do anything about it.
  • gallant [adj]
    1. A gallant person behaves very bravely and honourably in a dangerous or difficutl situation.
    2. If you say that a man is gallant, you think he is polite and considerate towards other people, especially women.
  • galvanize [v]
    • If you are galvanized into doing something, you are motivated by excitement, fear, or anger into doing it straight away.

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    • p.284 --- fuss, fury, fussy
    • p.281 --- froth, frown, frugal
    • p.276 --- fraction, fracture, fragile
    • p.268 --- flyer, fodder, foe
    • p.256 --- fickle, fidget, fierce
    • p.239 --- ecplicit, exploit
    • p.197 --- distract, district, disturb
    • p.198 --- disturbance, divert
    • p.153 --- converage, cowardly, doy
    • p.154 --- crammed, cramped
    • p.155 --- creak, crease
    • p.156 --- creche, credence, creed
    • p.73 --- booze, bosom
    • p.74 --- botch, boulevard, bouncy
    • p.75 --- bounty, bout, bowel
    • p.76 --- brace, bracket, brag
    • p.779 --- vigil, vigorous, villain
    • p.780 --- virile, virtue
    • p.781 --- vocation, vogue, void
    • p.782 --- volley, voracious, vow

2015-02-23CCSD2015-p.284

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p.284

  • fury [n]
    • Fury is very strong anger.
  • fuss
    1. [n]Fuss is unnecessarily anxious or excited behaviour.
    2. [v]When people fuss, they behave in an unnecessrily anxious or excited way.
    3. [v]If you fuss over someone or something, you pay them too much attention or worry about them too much.
  • fussy [adj]
    1. Someone who is fussy is very concerned with unimportant details and is difficult to please.
    2. If you describe things as fussy, you ar criticizing them because they are tooelaborate or detailed.

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    • p.283 --- funnel, furious, furnace
    • p.280 --- frivolous, frolic
    • p.275 --- foul, founder, foundry
    • p.267 --- fluent, fluke, flutter
    • p.255 --- fervour, feud, feudal
    • p.238 --- expedient, expel, expenditure
    • p.217 --- elaborate, elapse, elasticity
    • p.218 --- elactrify, electrocute, elicit
    • p.175 --- deft, defy, delegate
    • p.176 --- delirious, deluge, delusion
    • p.45 --- await, awe, awkward
    • p.46 ---
    • p.47 --- backlash, backwater
    • p.48 --- badger, baffle
    • p.751 --- trundle, trustee
    • p.752 --- tuck, tuition, turbulent
    • p.753 --- turf, turmoil
    • p.754 --- tussle, twig, twirl

2015-02-22CCSD2015-p.283

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p.283

  • funnel
    1. [n]A funnel is an object with a wide top and a tube at the bottom, which is used to pur substances into a container.
    2. [n]A funnel is a chimney on a ship.
    3. [v]If something funnel somewhere, or if it is funnelled there, it is directed through a narrow space.
  • furious [adj]
    1. If someone is furious, they are extremely angry.
    2. You can use furious to indicate that something involves great energy, speed, or violence.
  • furnace [n]
    • A furnace is a container or enclosed space in which a very hot fire is made, for example to melt metal, burn rubbish, or produce steam.

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    • p.282 --- fully, fumble, fume
    • p.279 --- fret, fridge, frigate
    • p.274 --- formidable, borsake, fortnight
    • p.266 --- flora, flounder
    • p.254 --- felony, fend, fertilize
    • p.237 --- exert, exhaust, exhort
    • p.195 --- dispute, diregard, dirupt
    • p.196 --- dissertation, dissolve, distinct
    • p.125 --- come down on, come down with, come in for
    • p.126 --- commemorate
    • p.127 --- commodity
    • p.128 --- commotion, communal
    • p.17 --- aground, ailing , ailment
    • p.18 ---
    • p.19 --- alas, alias, align
    • p.20 --- allegation, allege, alliance

2015-02-21CCSD2015-p.282

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p.282

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    1. [v]If you are fuming over something, you are very angry about it.

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2015-02-20CCSD2015-p.281

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p.281

  • froth
    1. [v]If a liquid froths, small bubbles appear on the surface.
    2. [n]Froth is a mass of small bubbles appear on the surface of a liquid.
  • frown [v&v]
  • frugal [adj]
    1. Someone who is frugal spends very little money on themselves.
    2. A frugal meal is small and inexpensive.

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2015-02-19CCSD2015-p.280

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p.280

  • frivolous [adj]
    1. If you describe someone as frivolous, you mean they behave in a silly or light-heartd way, rather than being serious and sensible.
    2. If you describe an activity as frivolous, you disapprove of it because it is
  • frolic [v&n]
    • When people or animal frolic, they run around and play in a lively way. Frolic is this behavior
  • frigate [n]
    • A frigate is a small naval ship that can move at fast speeds.

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2015-02-18CCSD2015-p.279

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p.279


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    • p.278 --- free will, freight, frenzy
    • p.275 --- foul, founder, foundry
    • p.270 --- foothold
    • p.262 --- fixture, flail, flamboyant
    • p.250 --- fastidious, fatal
    • p.233 --- evict, evocative, evoke
    • p.191 --- discord, discreet, discretion
    • p.192 --- disdain, disguise
    • p.121 --- cognitive, cohesion
    • p.122 --- coincide, collapse, collateral
    • p.123 --- column, combustion
    • p.124 --- come down on, come down with, come in for
    • p.13 --- advocacy, advocate, aerial
    • p.14 --- affinity, affirmative, afflict
    • p.15 --- aft
    • p.16 --- agenda, agile,agitate

2015-02-17CCSD2015-p.278

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p.278

  • free will [phrase]
    • If you do something of your own free will, you do it because you want to and not because you ar forced to.
  • freight [n]
    1. Freight is the movement of goods by lorries, trains, hips, or aeroplanes.
    2. Freight consists of the goods that are transported by lorries, trains, ships, or aeroplanes.
  • frenzy [n]
    • Frenzy is great excitement or wild behaviour that often results from losing control of your feelings.

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    • p.277 --- fraternity, fraud, freak
    • p.274 --- formidable, forsake, fortnight
    • p.269 --- folly, footage
    • p.260 --- fiscal
    • p.249 --- far-fetched.
    • p.232 --- evaporate, evasion, evasive
    • p.211 --- dawrf, dwell, dynasty
    • p.212 --- earlobe, earthy
    • p.169 --- deaf, dean
    • p.170 --- decay, decent
    • p.93 ---
    • p.94 --- candid, cane, canvass
    • p.95 --- cape, capitulate, capsiz
    • p.96 --- carcass
    • p.799 --- whoop, wicker, widen
    • p.800 --- wide-ranging, wiggle
    • p.801 --- willow, willpower, windmill
    • p.802 --- wiring, wiry, wistful

2015-02-16CCSD2015-p.277

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p.277

  • fratrnity [n]
    1. Fratrnity is friendship between people who feel they are closely linked to each other.
    2. You can refer to a group of people with the same professon or interests as a particular fraternity.
    3. In the United States, a fraternity is a society of male students at a university or college.
  • fraud [n]
    1. Fraud is the crime of gaining money by deceit.
    2. If you call someoen or something a fraud, you are criticizing them because you think they are not genuine, or ar less good than they claim or appear to be.
  • freak
    1. [adj]A freak event or action is very unusual or extreme.
    2. [n]People ar sometimes referred to as freaks when their behaviour or appearance is very differet from that of most people; used showing disapproval.

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2015-02-15CCSD2015-p.276

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p.276

  • fraction [n]
    1. A fraction is a tiny amount or proportion of something.
    2. In arithmetic, a fraction is a part of a whole number. For wcample, 1/2 and 1/3 are fractions of 1.
  • fracture
    1. [v]If something such as a bone fractures, or if it is fractured, it cracks or breaks.
    2. [n]A fractuer is a crack or break in something.
  • fragile [adj]
    1. If you describe a situation as fragil, you mean that it is ewak or uncertain, and unlikely to be able to resist strong pressure or attack.
    2. Something that is fragile is very delicate in appearance.

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    • p.275 --- foul, founder, foundry
    • p.265 --- forehead, forfeit, forge
    • p.260 --- fluent, fluke, flutter
    • p.259 ---
    • p.247 --- fanatic
    • p.230 --- espionage, espouse, estranged
    • p.109 --- dub, dubious
    • p.110 --- dumb, duplicate, dutiful
    • p.167 --- darn, dart
    • p.168 --- daunt, dazzie
    • p.37 --- artefact, articulate, ascend
    • p.38 --- ascribe, aspire, assault
    • p.39 --- asset, assign, assimilate
    • p.40 --- assumption, astound, asylum
    • p.743 --- towering ,tracksuit
    • p.744 --- trail, trainee
    • p.745 --- tramp, transcribe, transient
    • p.746 --- transplant

2015-02-14CCSD2015-p.275

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2015-02-13CCSD2015-p.274

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p.274

  • formidable [adj]
  • forsake [v]
    1. If someone forsakes you, they leave you when they should have stayed, or stop helping you or looking after you.
    2. If you forsake something, you stop doing or having it.(literary)
  • fortnight [n]
    • A fortnight is a period of two weeks.

2015-02-12CCSD2015-p.273

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2015-02-11CCSD2015-p.272

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p.272

  • forehead [n]
    • Your forehead is the flat area at the front of your head above your eyebrows and below where your hair grows.
  • forfeit
    1. [v]If you forfeit a right, privilege, or possession, you have to give it up beause you have done something wrong.
    2. [n]A forfeit is something that you have to give up because you have done something wrong.
  • forge [v]
    1. If someone foreges banknotes, documents, or paintings, they make false copies of them in order to deceive people.
    2. If you forge an alliance or relationship, you succeed in creating it.
    3. A forge is a place where a blacksmith makes metal things such as horseshoes.

2015-02-10CCSD2015-p.271

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p.271

  • foray [n]
    1. If you make a foray into a new or unfamiliar type of activity, you start to become involved in it.
    2. If a group of soldiers make a foray into an area, they make a quick attack there, usually in order to steal supplies.
  • forgo [v]
    • If you forgo something, you decide not to have it or do it, although you would like to.(formal)
  • foreground [n]
    1. The foreground of a picture is the part that seems nearest to you.
    2. If something or someone is in the foreground, they receive a lot of attention.

2015-02-09CCSD2015-p.270

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p.270

  • foothold [n]
    1. A foothold is a strong position from which further advances or progress may be made.
    2. A foothold is a ledge or hollow where you can safty put your when climbing.

2015-02-08CCSD2015-p.269

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p.269

  • folly [n]
    • If you say that an action or way of behaving is folly or is a folly, you mean that it is foolish.
  • footage [n]

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2015-02-07CCSD2015-p.268

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2015-02-06CCSD2015-p.267

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p.267

  • fluent [adj]
    1. Someone who is fluent in a particular language can speak it easily and correctly. You can also say that someone speaks fluent French, Chinese, or other language.
    2. If you speech, reading or writing is fluent, you speak, read, or write easily, with no hesitation or mistakes.
  • fluke [n]
    • If you say that something good is a fluke, you mean that it happened accidentally rather than by being planned or arranged.
  • flutter [v]
    1. If something light flutters, or if you flutter it, it moves through the air with small quick movements.
    2. If you heart or stomach flutters, you experience a strong feeling of excitment or anxiety.

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2015-02-05CCSD2015-p.266

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p.265

  • flora [n]
  • flounder [v]
    1. If something is floundering, it has many problems and may soon fail completely.
    2. If someone is floundering, they do not know what to do or say.

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2015-02-04CCSD2015-p.265

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p.265


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    • p.264 --- flee, fleet, flesh
    • p.261 --- fiscal
    • p.254 --- felony, fend, fertilize
    • p.248 --- fang, fantasize, farce
    • p.236 --- exclude, execute, exempt
    • p.216 --- elude, emanate, embark
    • p.177 --- demean, demise, demolish
    • p.178 --- dense, dent
    • p.133 --- conceive, concise
    • p.134 --- concoct, condemn, condolence
    • p.135 --- condone, confer, confine
    • p.136 --- conflict, conform, confront
    • p.53 --- barren, barter, bash
    • p.54 --- basin, bask, bastion
    • p.55 --- batch, battalion, bawl
    • p.56 --- beacon, beak, bearer
    • p.759 --- undergraduate, undermine, underneath
    • p.760 --- undertake, undesirable
    • p.761 --- undue, unethical
    • p.762 --- unfettered, unification

2015-02-03CCSD2015-p.264

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p.264


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    • p.263 --- flame, flank
    • p.258 --- finite
    • p.253 --- federation, feeble, feed
    • p.245 ---
    • p.235 --- exceed, excess, excise
    • p.215 --- electrify, electorcute, elicite
    • p.197 --- district, disturb
    • p.198 --- disturbance, divert
    • p.155 --- creak, crease
    • p.156 --- creche, credence, creed
    • p.25 --- anaemia
    • p.26 --- anecdote
    • p.27 --- anguish, animosity, annihilate
    • p.28 --- anorak, anorexia, antagonism
    • p.731 --- thorn, thrash, thread
    • p.732 --- threat, thrive, throne
    • p.733 --- thrust, thud, thump
    • p.734 --- thwart, tickle, tidy

2015-02-02CCSD2015-p.263

CCSD2015

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p.263


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    • p.262 --- fixture, flail, flamboyant
    • p.257 --- figurative, firure out
    • p.252 --- feasible, feast, federal
    • p.244 --- fallacy, falter
    • p.232 --- evaporate, evasion, evasive
    • p.214 --- eclipse, eczema, edict
    • p.175 --- deft, defy, delegate
    • p.176 --- delirious, deluge, delusion
    • p.105 --- chancellor, chapped
    • p.106 --- charade, charred
    • p.107 --- chasm, chauvinism, cheat
    • p.108 ---
    • p.811 --- wry, xenophabia, yank
    • p.812 ---
    • p.813 --- yield, yoke
    • p.814 --- zealous, zest

2015-02-01CCSD2015-p.262

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p.262

  • fixtre [n]
    1. Fixtures are pleces of furniture or equipment, for example baths, which are permanently fixed inside a building.
    2. If something or someone is a fixture in a paraticular place, they are always there.
  • flail [v]
  • flamboyant [adj]
    • If you say that someone or something is flamboyant, you mean that they are very noticeable and stylish.

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    • p.261 --- fiscal
    • p.258 --- filth, filthy
    • p.253 --- federation, feeble, feed
    • p.245 ---
    • p.233 --- evict, evocative, evoke
    • p.215 --- edifice, eerie
    • p.195 --- dispute, disregard, disrupt
    • p.196 --- dissertation, dissolve, distinct
    • p.153 --- coverage, cowardly, coy
    • p.154 --- crammed, cramped
    • p.7 --- brazen
    • p.8 --- breadth, breadwinner
    • p.9 --- breakneck, breathtaking
    • p.10 --- brew, bribe, brigade
    • p.783 --- vulgar, vulnerable, wag
    • p.784 --- wager, wail
    • p.785 --- wallow, wander, wane
    • p.786 --- warden, warmth