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a priest in some Christian churches who is responsible for a particular area, group etc➔ vicar
a bedroom for a visitor or visitors to use
SYN spare room
very active, happy, and wanting to have fun: a playful little dog, Babies are playful and alert when they first wake up.
angry or annoyed.
a room in a law court where cases are judged
funny and entertaining.
not married SYN single
something you must do[uncountable and countable] something that you have to do because it is morally or legally right SYN obligation
a house where the priest of the local church lives➔ vicarage
likable people are nice and easy to like: a friendly likeable little boy
to say things that are intended to be funny and that you do not really mean:
Held up (hold up)
to make something stay in a particular position
intransitive always + adverb/preposition, transitive usually passive] to become firmly caught somewhere, or to make something become stuck
to say something loudly
Someone who is immature behaves or thinks in a way that is typical of someone much younger – used to show disapproval
hold something ↔ back to stop yourself from feeling or showing a particular emotion: she struggled to hold back her tears.
a county in the southwest of the Republic of Ireland
Fall over something to hit your foot against something by mistake and fall to the ground
Picked himself up
to lift something up from the ground, from a table etc, especially something
used to say that someone or something moves to a position on a surface, area, or object.
Looked away from
to turn your eyes away from something that you were looking at.
to say or shout something loudly so that someone can hear you.
from inside an object, container, building, or place
an outdoor event with games and things to eat and drink, usually organized to get money for a school, club etc
a long stick or post usually made of wood or metal, often set upright in the ground to support something.
a man who lives in the country rather than in a town or city.
to give something to someone else with your hand.
to decrease, to fall
If someone grows out of something, they stop doing it as they get older.
something that you have to do because it is morally or legally right.
to turn one's eyes toward something or in some direction in order to see: He looked toward the western horizon and saw the returning planes.
If someone comes up to you, they come close to you, especially in order to speak to you.
annoyed or not satisfied
the wife or widow of a count in the nobility of Continental Europe or of an earl in the British peerage.
to look at something, especially because it is beautiful or you are interested in it.
the gentle light produced when a candle burns.
letters, packages etc that are sent and delivered
Mouth hung open
Hung open if a door, someone’s mouth etc hangs open, it is open
an orange of low brightness and saturation SINÔNIMO: brown
Step something up to increase the amount of an activity or the speed of a process in order to improve a situation
impossible to accept or imagine
to move your arm in order to touch or lift something with your hand reach for.
To move into, out of, or through something slowly and awkwardly climb through/over/into etc.
Caught in the soft
Be/get caught in/without etc something to be in a situation that you cannot easily get out of or in which you do not have something you need.
To make a knot in a piece of string, rope etc, for example to fasten shoes or other clothes tie a knot/bow
someone who arrives late