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  • drawing /ˈdrɔːɪŋ $ ˈdrɒː-/ a picture that you draw with a pencil, pen etc
  • a drawing of Canterbury Cathedral
  • toddler /ˈtɒdlə $ ˈtɑːdlər/ a very young child who is just learning to walk
  • As a toddler, he was attacked and injured by the family’s pet dog.
  • kick ass /informal not polite/ used to say that someone or something is very good or impressive
  • a kick-ass attitude
  • gymnast /ˈdʒɪmnæst, -nəst/ someone who is good at gymnastics and competes against other people in gymnastics competitions
  • It should be noted that Ryan is not suggesting that all gymnasts and figure skaters are subjected to regimes of this kind.
  • handstand /ˈhændstænd/a movement in which you put your hands on the ground and your legs in the air
  • A man doing a handstand in the town centre is likely to arouse interest.
  • giant /ˈdʒaɪənt/ extremely big, and much bigger than other things of the same type
  • a giant electronics company
  • phallic /ˈfælɪk/ a model of the male sex organ, used to represent sexual power
  • It permits the little boy to enjoy fully the advantages of the phallic development he is now entering.
  • shrimp /ʃrɪmp/ a small sea creature trahat you can eat, which has ten legs and a soft shell SYN prawn
  • Brine shrimp, which are eaten by birds and ducks, hatch in the ponds.
  • frustrated /frʌˈstreɪtɪd $ ˈfrʌstreɪtɪd/ feeling annoyed, upset, and impatient, because you cannot control or change a situation, or achieve something
  • He gets frustrated when people don’t understand what he’s trying to say.
  • baby carriage / a thing like a small bed with four wheels, used for taking a baby from one place to another SYN pram
  • Two women tore the nylons I was wearing – really good ones – another dragged a baby carriage across my ninety-dollar shoes.
  • toast /təʊst $ toʊst/ bread that has been heated so that it is brown on both sides and no longer soft
  • I had a piece of toast for breakfast.
  • legitimate /ləˈdʒɪtəmət/ fair or reasonable
  • He complained quite legitimately about his treatment.
  • context /ˈkɒntekst $ ˈkɑːn-/ the situation, events, or information that are related to something and that help you to understand it
  • But all this takes place within a context of direction.
  • bark /bɑːk $ bɑːrk/ the outer covering of a tree
  • Wood and bark Wood and bark are essential constituents of a vast number of instruments.
  • splatter /ˈsplætə $ -ər/ if liquid splatters somewhere, or if someone splatters it, it falls or is thrown onto a surface SYN spatter
  • Paint splattered all over the carpet.

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