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interest in English:

1. the money that you pay for borrowing money from bank the money that you pay for borrowing money from bank



English word "interest"(the money that you pay for borrowing money from bank) occurs in sets:

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2. the income received by someone who lend money the income received by someone who lend money



English word "interest"(the income received by someone who lend money) occurs in sets:

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3. the money you earn from keeping your money in a bank account the money you earn from keeping your money in a bank account



4. interested interested


I'm interested in politics.
Is there any particular color that you are interested in?
He listened to my pitch, so he must be interested.
If you are interested in studying English with a native speaker, please contact me.
You're the only person I know besides me who is actually interested in this kind of thing.
For one thing, I'm busy; for another, I'm not interested.
Would you be interested in a project you would really like to do?
If you need to use the services of a company, you may be interested to know what standards they work towards before choosing to work with them.
I have often observed how little young ladies are interested by books of a serious stamp, though written solely for their benefit. It amazes me, I confess; for, certainly, there can be nothing so advantageous to them as instruction.
Seize the moments of happiness, love and be loved! That is the only reality in the world, all else is folly. It is the one thing we are interested in here.
He began to read vegetarian books and became interested in different foods
Sarah's only interested in boys, music, and clothes. [+ to do sth] I'd be interested to find out more about the course.
You have always been so interested in Scotland, and that is one reason why I am interested in you
You will be interested to know that we have just introduced our new Managing Director, Mr Masaru Ezaki.
If you were really interested in what I'm saying you wouldn't be staring out of the window.

English word "interest"(interested) occurs in sets:

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5. interesting


It's interesting.
It's more interesting to travel alone than to go on a group tour.
Thanks to this book, I learned some interesting facts about this insect.
I dropped by the bookstore and bought an interesting book.
Never choose a vocation just because it is popular or sounds interesting.
Both teams are well matched. The game will be an interesting one.
Interesting. Could you explain what you mean?
It seems like an interesting job. What do you exactly do?
India ink produces an interesting pattern when used as a dye.
American politics are interesting to watch, especially during a presidential election.
All you have to do in writing is to keep it clear and interesting.
No matter how interesting magic shows may be, I don't like them so much.
Another interesting source of energy is the heat that can be recovered from radioactive waste material.
Machida is an interesting city that's a mix of the old and the new.
Notice the hands of the people you meet and you will be surprised to see how different and how interesting they are.

6. uninteresting


Such a lifestyle appears rather uninteresting to Americans.
She found the evening boring and uninteresting, in short, a waste of time.
The photograph of Forfar was uninteresting and he tore it up
In my opinion this kind of work is both uninteresting and difficult, but I don't have any other way to earn money.

7. interest


David has a keen interest in aesthetics — the qualities that make a painting, sculpture, musical composition, or poem pleasing to the eye, ear, or mind.
interest free credit
Japan's ODA largely consists of concessionary yen credit repayable in 30 years, carrying an interest rate of 2% or so.
I don't expect him to understand my innermost thoughts but I wonder what I can do to get him to hold an interest.
Just because a certain book does not interest readers does not mean that the fault lies in the book.
It is not from the benevolence of the butcher the brewer, or the baker that we expect our dinner, but from their regard to their own interest.
Nice person, that's the word girls used to call men to indicate that they aren't possible objects of romantic interest.
It is the drop in the rice pricing (blamed on consumers' loss of interest in rice and the freeing up of the international market) that is the cause.
I explained the situation, as this, that and such and such, but they just nodded along without showing much interest.
Pretty gem, isn't it? Not knowing if it was a suitable subject or not, but anyway I tried to get her interest that way.
I wonder what effect technical advances such as the Internet, mobile phones and digitalization technology have on the people's awareness, actions and interest in politics.
интерес к языкам interest in languages
It takes about 25 years to pay back a home loan and by the end of that time you will have paid much more than what you first borrowed in interest.
Much of the riots' coverage was taken from the cell phones of passersby, saving local news outlets valuable film which they would later use for banal "human" "interest" "stories."

English word "interest"(interest) occurs in sets:

Vocabulary 5

8. an activity that you enjoy doing or a subject that you enjoy studying



9. money paid to you by a bank or financial institution when you keep money in an account there



10. in


I live in Warsaw.
Half a million children still face malnutrition in Niger.
Back in high school, I got up at 6 a.m. every morning.
Poverty does more to bring out the worst in people and conceal the best than anything else in the world.
Kissing one's spouse in public is considered acceptable behavior in some countries.
In the United States, it takes a minimum of eight years of college to become a medical doctor.
Water, in its natural state, is a fluid.
An estimated 20% of the water used by homeowners in cities is used for their grass.
What you spend time doing in your childhood affects the rest of your life.
The inland taipan, a snake found in Australia, is the most venomous snake in the world.
In North America, business operates on "the customer is always right" principle.
I'm the type who gets nervous in front of people, so I'm bad at speech making.
Please make your reservation one week in advance.
If I should be suddenly spoken to in English, I might run away.
The Democrats haven't decided on their candidates yet, but in any case they're sure to lose.

11. the extra money that you pay back when you borrow money or that you receive when you invest money



English word "interest"(the extra money that you pay back when you borrow money or that you receive when you invest money) occurs in sets:

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