hard_english_900.txt

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  1. foolhardy, reckless
    temerario ("temor" recklessly crossed the rio)
  2. envy, be jealous
    envidiar ("en"vy the man whose wife had been in porn "video")
  3. horn (of cow)
    cuerno (horn in bottle of "cuer"v"o"; cuernavaca is coworn)
  4. rim (of wheel)
    llanta (llenta was good at recommending mates and car rims)
  5. lump, bundle, wad [2]
    1) hinchazon; 2) bulto (bull's toe had lump on it)
  6. to circle, go around
    dar a la vuelta (give the turn over and over, then u r circling)
  7. content, contents
    contenido ("contained")
  8. compel
    obligar
  9. rub
    frotar (froturize)
  10. due
    debido (when something is owed it is due)
  11. water, irrigate
    regar ("ray" and terri "gar" watering)
  12. fluently [2]
    1) con fluidez; 2) soltura (soldier spoke fluently)
  13. spite, frustration
    despecho (from chest came frustration). Note despacho = office
  14. sensitive
    sensible, sensitivo?
  15. detest, hate something [3]
    1) odiar; 2) detestar; 3) abominar
  16. auction
    subasta
  17. rib
    costilla
  18. grant (v)
    conceder (to concede with contract)
  19. speed (v)
    acelerar
  20. entrust
    encargar (entrust "in" terri "gar" the ships "cargo")
  21. screening (movie); projection (math)
    proyeccion
  22. likeable [2]
    1) simpatico; 2) agradable (people in "agra" were likeable)
  23. leave behind
    dejar
  24. snack (n)
    bocadillo. Note: merienda = picnic
  25. to put out, extinguish
    apagar (pay firemen to put out the fire)
  26. sudden
    repentino (rudolf val"entino" repented in a sudden)
  27. to smother, put out [2]
    1) apagar; 2) sofocar. Note: extinguir = die out, disappear
  28. bombing
    bombardeo (ronny james "dio" carried out a bombing)
  29. to dare [3]
    1) desafiar (desi dare to drive fiat); 2) retar (driver through tar x times); 3) atrever (drive in reverse)
  30. expel
    expulsar (pulsar expels electrons)
  31. splash, splatter
    salpicar ("sal Pica"lo splashing in a kiddie pool)
  32. ban, forbid, prohibit [2]
    1) prohibir; 2) vedar (prohibit darth "vadar" from karaoke)
  33. marketing
    mercadeo (ronny james "dio" now running marketing)
  34. retirement
    jubilacion
  35. fairly
    bastante (bastante bien)
  36. phase
    fase
  37. performer (N)
    artista
  38. carefully
    cuidadosamente (eat "mintos" carefully at "Dosa" restaurant)
  39. elementary
    elemental
  40. lifetime
    vida ("vida" blue on lifetime channel)
  41. hopefully
    con optimismo
  42. needs
    necesidades ("daddies" have their needs)
  43. satisfactory
    satisfactorio (satisfactory river)
  44. firm (like company) [2]
    empresa, firma
  45. fraud, deceive, hoodwink
    enganar (deceive someone "in" getting trip to "ghana"). Note: decepcionar = disappoint)
  46. hindrance
    obstaculo
  47. companionship
    companerismo
  48. lipstick
    lapiz labial (lip pen)
  49. required
    necessario, requerido?
  50. used [2]
    1) utilizado; 2) usado
  51. tourist
    turistica
  52. larger
    mayor (mayor is the superlative for all occasions)
  53. old-fashioned
    posado de moda
  54. rivalry
    rivalidad
  55. quest
    busqueda
  56. accuracy [2]
    1) precision; 2) accuro?
  57. save (protect) [2]
    1) proteger; 2) guardar
  58. weekday
    dia laborable
  59. involvement
    participacion
  60. slap
    bofetar (bo"bofete" slapping hans solo)
  61. toss [3]
    1) lanzar (lance); 2) tirar (tire); 3) echar (etch-a-sketch)
  62. parking [2]
    1) estacionamiento; 2) aparcamiento
  63. killing [3]
    1) asesinato; 2) homocidio; 3) matanza (at matanzas creek)
  64. monitor [N]
    1) controlar; 2) vigilar
  65. recipient
    beneficiario
  66. elevate, rise, climb up, ascend
    ascender
  67. readily
    facilmente
  68. intent [2]
    intencion
  69. grade [4]
    1) nivel; 2) degrado; 3) titulo; 4) grado
  70. recover
    recuperar
  71. starter (as in engine)
    motor de arranque (starter came from Key in Iran)
  72. bond (N)
    enlace (bond with lace scarf)
  73. to force [2]
    1) forzar; 2) obligar. Note: esforzar = strain, exert oneself. Esforzarse = strive
  74. commit
    cometer (commit to metric system with "meter" once and for all)
  75. What would you like?
    Que gustaria?
  76. to upset
    molestar
  77. upset (N) [3]
    1) afligido; 2) enojado; 3) enfadado
  78. biased
    parcial
  79. damaging
    perjudicial
  80. move away, avert, turn away
    alejar ("ale" turned away from Amy)
  81. fence
    Valla ("vaya" con dios over the fence)
  82. repeal [2]
    1) revocar; 2) annular. Note: rechazar = to reject
  83. in a hurry [2]
    1) apurado; 2) prisa
  84. makeshift, interim, temporary
    provisional
  85. asleep
    dormido
  86. distinct, disparate [4]
    1) dispar; 2) independiente; 3) separado; 4) distinto
  87. mean (as in bad) [2]
    1) atroz (meanest people go to alcatraz); 2) malo. Note: antipatico means unsympathetic
  88. oficials
    funcionarios (officials who oversee "function" of "rivers")
  89. put right, make up for, mend, rectify
    enmendar
  90. deploy
    desplegar (if away from gathering and folding then army deploying). Plegar = gather, fold up
  91. anymore
    ya (don't need "ya" anymore)
  92. there is, there's [2]
    1) hay; 2) ahi esta
  93. extent, degree to which
    grado (the extent degrees and grades matter)
  94. disturbing
    inquietante (noisy "ant"s are disturbing)
  95. displace, dismiss, dethrone [2]
    1) derrocar (derriere's out car, lead to overthrow); 2) destituir (make destitute)
  96. burn [3]
    1) quemar; 2) arder (burning love); 3) abrasar (burn a bra)
  97. consciousness
    conocimiento (achive higher consciousness by knowing a mint)
  98. wear down, wear away, abraid
    desgastar ("des"I wore down "gas" powered engine). Note: gastar = waste, consume, wear out
  99. momentum
    impulso (impulses have momentum)
  100. insolent [2]
    1) insolente; 2) descarado (away from face)

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