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Jaar 4 (Gymnasium)
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a shadow of one's former self = a smaller, weaker, or less important form of someone or something accessories = a supplementary item that is often nonessential (but sometimes desirable) adventurous = feel the desire to seek for new and daring enterprises aggressive = behaving in an angry and violent way towards another person ambitious = having a strong wish to be successful, powerful, or rich ambush (n) = an occasion when a person or group of people are suddenly being attacked analysis = the act of drawing conclusions after you’ve observed or experienced something annoying = causing irritation appearance = the way you look and come across assault (n) = a violent attack attack (v) = to try to hurt or defeat something/someone using violence attacker = someone who tries to hurt or defeat something/someone using violence bait (n) = a small amount of food on a hook used to attract fish biased = showing an unreasonable like or dislike for a person based on personal opinions blonde = pale yellow or gold hair bore (n) = someone who talks too much about subjects that don’t interest you brief (adj.) = lasting only a short time; quick caricature = a drawing or written/spoken description of someone that usually makes them look silly by making part of their appearance/character more noticeable than it really is casual = informal, relaxed cautious = being careful, well considered chatty = liking to talk a lot in a friendly, informal way clueless = having no knowledge of something/things in general combat (n) = a fight (especially during war) combatant = someone who fights in a war community = the people living in one particular area or people who are considered as a unit because of their common interests/social group/nationality complexion = the natural appearance of the skin on a person's face, especially its colour or quality complimentary = praising or expressing admiration for someone conceited = too proud of yourself and your actions and abilities confident = to show/feel certainty, as of success ; be sure of something or yourself contributor = a person who gives money, in order to provide or achieve something together with other people critical = judging severely and finding fault cure (v) = to make someone with an illness healthy again; to solve a problem curly = frizzy, tending to curl cute = pleasant and attractive (especially of something or someone small or young) cyberculture = the culture that comes from the internet day in, day out = something (usually something boring) that is done/happening every day for a long period of time de-lurk = to get involved in a discussion after lurking for some time deadline = a time or day by which something must be done defeat (n) = the fact of losing against someone in a fight or competition deserve = to have earned or to be given something because of the way you have behaved or the qualities you have destined for = to be intended for something/someone dispute (n) = an argument or disagreement, especially an official one (between for example workers and employers or two countries with a common border) disrupt = to stop something (especially a system, process, or event) from continuing as usual disruptive = stopping something (especially a system, process, or event) from continuing as usual drawn (adj.) = very tired and showing suffering (usually of the face) drown = to die by being unable to breathe underwater dull = not interesting or exciting in any way elegant = graceful and attractive in appearance or behaviour engage = to become involved in; to interest someone in something entertain = to keep a group of people interested or enjoying themselves etiquette = the set of rules that control accepted behaviour in particular social groups or social situations even-handed = treating everyone fairly and equally evil = morally bad, cruel or very unpleasant exhausted = extremely tired fall into a trap = to make a mistake or get into a difficult situation by doing something or by trusting someone FAQs = a list of frequently asked questions on a website fashion victim = someone who always wears very fashionable clothes even if the clothes sometimes make them look silly fire off = to send something to someone immediately, by a very rapid means fit (adj.) = healthy, strong flaming = the act of sending an angry or insulting email focus (n) = the main or central point of something, especially of attention or interest freckles = small, pale brown spots on the skin (usually on the face) frizzy = very curly and not smooth or shiny (of hair) frontal = relating to the front of something frustrating = making you feel annoyed or less confident (because you cannot achieve what you want) full of oneself = thinking that you are very important in a way that annoys other people fun-loving = enjoying the good or fun things in life furious = extremely angry get something off your chest = to tell someone about something that has been worrying you or making you feel guilty for a long time get your priorities right = to focus one's attention, energy, or concern on that which is most and truly important ginger = a red or orange-brown colour go silent = to stop talking good-natured = pleasant, friendly hair clip = a thin strap of (usually) metal that is used to keep a part of hair together harmless = not able/likely to be a danger for someone/something hold your tongue = to not speak ignorant = not having enough knowledge, understanding, or information about something image (n) = appearance; the way other people see you impulse = a sudden strong wish to do something impulsive = showing behaviour in which you do things suddenly without any planning and without considering the effects they may have in-depth = done carefully and in great detail incompatible = not able to exist or work with another person/thing because of basic differences indication = a sign that something exists, is true, or is likely to happen infantile = typical of a child and therefore unsuitable for an adult inferior = not good, or not as good as someone or something else insecurity = a feeling of not being fixed/safe, or confident insult (n) = an offensive remark or action intention = something that you want and plan to do intriguing = very interesting because of being unusual or mysterious invisible = impossible to be seen irrelevant = not related to what is being discussed or considered and therefore not important knowledgeable about something = know a lot about something land (a job) = to get something that you wanted lengthy = continuing for a long time lose weight = to become less heavier; get rid of some body mass lost = don’t know where something is/you are lurk = to read the messages on an online forum but never write anything lurker = someone who reads the messages on an online forum but never write anything make fun of = to make a joke about someone or something in a way that is not kind makeover = a set of changes that are intended to make a person/place more attractive mature (adj.) = grown-up mediation = the process by which someone tries to end a disagreement by helping the two sides to talk about and agree on a solution miss the old you = you desire to have the person that someone was before back modest = not usually talking about or making obvious your own abilities and achievements mysterious = strange, not known, not understood nasty = bad, very unpleasant netiquette = online etiquette, rules for how to behave netizen = ‘citizen’ of the online community newbie = someone who has just started doing an activity, a job, etc. nose-stud = a small piece of jewellery connected to a short, thin piece of metal that passes through the side of the nose offend somebody = to make someone upset or angry (by saying/doing negative things) outgoing = friendly/energetic and finding it easy and enjoyable to be with others (of a person) parachuting = to jump from an aircraft using a parachute participant = a person who takes part in/becomes involved in a particular activity personality = the type of person you are, shown by the way you behave, feel, and think pity (n) = a feeling of sadness or sympathy for someone else's unhappiness or difficult situation plain (adj.) = boring, normal posture = the way in which someone usually holds their shoulders, neck, and back, or a particular position in which someone stands, sits, etc. predictable = happens in a way or at a time that you know about before it happens pressure = the act of trying to make someone else do something by arguing, persuading, etc.; a difficult situation that makes you feel worried or unhappy presume = to believe something to be true because it is very likely, although you are not certain rambling = too long and confused reasonable = acceptable reassuring = making you feel less worried relaxed = feeling happy and comfortable because nothing is worrying you reserved = formal in manner, silent response = an answer or reaction reveal = expose; to make known or show something that was previously a secret revolve around something = rough = scruffy = untidy and looking a little dirty self-conscious = nervous or uncomfortable because you are worried about what people think about you or your actions sense of humour = your ability to understand funny things serious = not joking or intended to be funny; thinking carefully about things shoulder-length = reaching to your shoulders slim = attractively thin (of people) sloppy = not neat, messy smart (adj.) = intelligent, or able to think quickly or intelligently in difficult situations snappy = immediately effective in getting people's attention social gathering = a assemblage for the purpose of promoting fellowship sophisticated = having a good understanding of the way people behave and/or a good knowledge of culture and fashion sparkling = energetic, interesting,; shining brightly speculate = to guess possible answers to a question when you do not have enough information to be certain speechless = unable to speak because you are so angry, shocked, surprised, etc. spiky = covered with spikes or having that appearance spoil = sporty = enjoying sport and is good at it spot-on = exactly right spring in your step = walk energetically in a way that shows you are feeling happy and confident stimulating = encouraging, arousing interest/enthusiasm stooped = to bend the top half of the body forward and down straggly = growing or spreading out in an untidy way stumble = to walk in a way that does not seem controlled stupidly = silly, unwise; annoying subtlety = superior = better than average or better than other people or things of the same type tactic = a planned way of doing something take a leap into the unknown = go for something that’s unknown tense = nervous and worried and unable to relax the bare essentials = the things that are absolutely necessary threat = a suggestion that something unpleasant or violent will happen, especially if a particular action or order is not followed thrill (n) = a feeling of extreme excitement, usually caused by something pleasant tired = in need of rest/sleep torture (v) = the act of causing great physical/mental pain in order to persuade someone to do something or to give information trendsetter = a person, organization, etc. that starts new fashions, especially in clothes trendy = modern and influenced by the most recent fashions or ideas unexpected = unforeseen unfashionable = not modern or popular unfocused = unclear; without specific aim unsteady = unstable; moving slightly from side to side, as if you might fall untidy = not arranged neatly or in order unwelcome = not wanted up-to-date = current; keeping up upright = straight up wavy = having a series of curves weak = not physically strong well-groomed = having a neat and pleasant appearance that is produced with care well-matched = multiple things/persons that fit together perfectly windswept = exposed to strong winds work around the clock = busy all day and night work out = to exercise in order to improve the strength or appearance of your body worrying = making you feel unhappy and frightened wrinkled = having small lines because of old age (of skin) yell (v) = to shout something or make a loud noise, usually when you are angry, in pain, or excited
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