Tarantulas cae part 1

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to break a law, promise, agreement, or relationship:
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breach
They breached the agreement they had made with their employer.
an opening in the top of the head of a whale (= very large sea mammal), through which it breathes
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blowhole
to move or progress without difficulty or effort
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glide
Some people glide effortlessly through life with no real worries.
a round raised part on a person's or animal's back:
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hump
Some types of camel have two humps and others have one.
stado
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flock
a flock of parrots
to fight in a rough, noisy, uncontrolled way:
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brawl
The young men had nothing better to do than brawl in the streets.
towards home
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homeward
After three hours cycling we decided to turn homeward.
​ several pieces of paper held together, or snopek
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sheaf
a sheaf of papers
slang a dead body:
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stiff
They found a stiff in the river.
a piece of a solid substance with no particular shape; brylka gruda
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lump
a lump of coal You don't want lumps in the sauce.
a large and noticeable mass of hair:
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shock
The baby had a shock of bright red hair.
to cut something with scissors, usually with small, quick cuts:
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snip
Have you seen the scissors? I want to snip off this loose thread.
[I or T, + adv/prep] to (make a vehicle) move forwards slowly and carefully:
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nose
He carefully nosed his lorry into the small space
szwadrony komarow
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squadrons of mosquitoes
a long, white vegetable with green leaves on top that tastes and smells like an onion
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leek
to walk in a proud way trying to look important:
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strut
The boys strutted around trying to get the attention of a group of girls who were nearby.
​ to prevent someone doing something easily:
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hamper
Fierce storms have been hampering rescue efforts and there is now little chance of finding more survivors.
to stick firmly:
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adhere
A smooth, dry surface helps the tiles adhere to the wall.
a dark reddish-purple colour
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maroon
very cruel:
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monstrous
a monstrous crime
when everything about a situation is considered together
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by and large
There are a few small things that I don't like about my job, but by and large it's very enjoyable
poisonous:
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venomous
venomous snake
to have as parts or members, or to be those parts or members:
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comprise
The course comprises a class book, a practice book, and a CD.
a statement that you strongly believe is true:
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assertion
I certainly don't agree with his assertion that men are better drivers than women.
extremely unpleasant:
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loathsome
He's a loathsome man.
good for you, and likely to improve your life either physically, morally, or emotionally:
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wholesome
He looks like a nice, wholesome young man. wholesome food
to express excitement about something or great interest in it:
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enthuse
He was enthusing over a wonderful restaurant he'd been to.
to want something very much or hope to achieve something or be successful:
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aspire
Most of his students aspired to a career in business.
magiel
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mangle
a ring of stiff plastic, metal, etc. worn around the wrist or arm as jewellery
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bangle
Nerys wears a lot of bangles that jingle when she moves
an untidy mass of things that are not in a state of order, or a state of confusion or difficulty:
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tangle
a tangle of wires
paproc
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fern
used to refer to places that are a great distance away, or something that is spread over a very large area:
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far-flung
She has travelled to the most far-flung corners of the world.
to steal something from a place or a person by using violence, especially during war:
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pillage
Works of art were pillaged from many countries in the dark days of the Empire.
(usually of large numbers of people during a violent event) to steal from shops and houses:
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loot
During the riot shops were looted and cars damaged or set on fire.
szczypawka
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earwig

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