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									                Wordlist: English to Croatian
               Unit      Page   English Word     Part of IPA              Croatian*               Definition                                              Example sentence
                         no.                     speech                   Hrvatski*
               1         12     ability          n       əˈbɪləti         sposobnost              the skill or qualities that you need to do something    I have the ability to know what you are thinking.

               1         12     according to     prep    əˈkɔːdɪŋ tuː     prema                   as said by someone or as shown by something             According to this newspaper report, there has
                                                                                                                                                          been an earthquake.
               1         17     activity         n       ækˈtɪvəti        aktivnost               something that you do for enjoyment                     They prefer holidays with lots of activities, such
                                                                                                                                                          as skiing or hiking.
               1         17     alarm            n       əˈlɑːm           alarm                   a loud noise that tells you there is danger             If the alarm goes off you must leave the building.

               1         17     along            prep    əˈlɒŋ            uz                      from one part of a road, river, etc to another          Let's go for a walk along the canal.
               1         12     although         conj    ɔːlˈðəʊ          iako                    despite the fact that                                   Although I've read the book many times, I still
                                                                                                                                                          love it.
               1         12     anyone           pron    ˈeniwʌn          itko                    any person or any people                                Has anyone seen my red pullover?
               1         12     apart            adv     əˈpɑːt           razdvojen               separated by a space or period of time                  They are in love so hate to be apart.
               1         12     arm              n       ɑːm              ruka                    the long part at each side of the human body,           He has very strong arms.
                                                                                                  ending in a hand
               1         17     attack           n       əˈtæk            napad                   a violent act intended to hurt or damage someone        Animals can seem angry if they fear an attack.
                                                                                                  or something
               1         15     automatic        adj     ˌɔːtəˈmætɪk      automatski              done as a natural reaction without thinking           I don't mean to smile when I am nervous, it is
               1         14     avoid            v       əˈvɔɪd           izbjegavati             to stay away from a person or place                   Have you been avoiding me? I haven't seen you
                                                                                                                                                        for ages!
               1         17     ballet           n       ˈbæleɪ           balet                   a type of dancing that is done in a theatre and tells I prefer classical ballet to modern dance.
                                                                                                  a story, usually with music
               1         16     bark             v       bɑːk             lajati                  if a dog barks, it makes loud, short sounds           Can you please stop your dog barking?
               1         16     bass             adj     bæs              bas                     producing the lower half of the set of musical notes Some low bass notes can be hard for humans to
               1         17     beach            n       biːtʃ            plaža                   an area of sand or rocks next to the sea              They enjoy going to the beach in the summer.
               1         16     bee              n       biː              pčela                   a yellow and black insect that makes honey            Bees direct each other to the best flowers.
                                                                                                  (=sweet, sticky food)
               1         17     bell             n       bel              zvono                   a hollow, metal object, shaped like a cup, that       You must have a bell on your bicycle.
                                                                                                  makes a ringing sound
               1         17     birthday         n       ˈbɜːθdeɪ        rođendan                 the day of the year on which someone was born         When is your birthday?
               1         14     body language    n       ˈbɒdi ˈlæŋgwɪdʒ govor tijela             the way you move your body, that shows people         His body language showed that he felt
                                                                                                  what you are feeling                                  embarrassed.
               1         12     bond             n       bɒnd             veza                    an interest, experience, or feeling that makes two The two friends have always had a close bond.
                                                                                                  people feel connected
               1         14     bored            adj     bɔːd             koji se dosađuje        tired and unhappy because something is not            If you are bored waiting, try reading a book.
                                                                                                  interesting or because you are doing nothing
               1         12     braille          n       breɪl            Brailleovo pismo        a system of printing for blind people, using raised   All the information is also available in braille.
                                                                                                  patterns that they read by touching
               1         12     break            v       breɪk            slomiti                 to (cause something to) separate suddenly or          The dish fell to the floor and broke.
                                                                                                  violently into two or more pieces
               1         16     call             n       kɔːl             glasanje                a sound made by a bird or other animal                The kookaburra has a very distinctive call.
               1         12     case             n       keɪs             slučaj                  a particular situation or example of something        This is a difficult medical case.
               1         12     celebrity        n       səˈlebrəti       slavna osoba            a famous person                                       Since she was on that TV programme she has
                                                                                                                                                        become a celebrity.
               1         17     charge off       v       tʃɑːdʒ ɒf        odjuriti                (informal) to hurry from one place to another, often She was angry so she just charged off without
                                                                                                  because of anger or difficulty                        saying anything.
               1         12     children         n       ˈtʃɪldrən        djeca                   plural of child                                       How many children are in your family?
               1         16     clearly          adv     ˈklɪəli          jasno                   in a way that you cannot doubt                        Clearly there has been a misunderstanding.
               1         12     communicate      v       kəˈmjuːnɪkeɪt    komunicirati            to talk or write to someone in order to share         There are many ways to communicate with
                                                                                                  information with them                                 others.
               1         12     communication    n       kəˌmjuːnɪˈkeɪʃə komunikacija             the act of communicating with other people            Email is a popular form of communication these
                                                         n                                                                                              days.
               1         14     contact          n       ˈkɒntækt        kontakt, kontakt očima   communication with someone, especially by             There isn't enough contact between teachers
                                                                                                  speaking or writing to them regularly; when two       and parents; eye contact
                                                                                                  people look at each other's eyes at the same time

               1         17     cottage          n       ˈkɒtɪdʒ          koliba                  a small house, usually in the countryside               We stayed in a lovely little cottage in Scotland.

               1         15     cross            v       krɒs             prekrižiti              to cross your arms/fingers/legs is to put one of your He sat with his legs crossed.
                                                                                                  arms, fingers, or legs over the top of the other

               1         16     dance            v       dɑːns            plesati                 to move your feet and body to the rhythm of music       If you enjoy dancing, you'll love the show.

               1         17     danger           n       ˈdeɪndʒə         opasnost                the possibility that someone or something will be       Animals sense when they are in danger.
                                                                                                  harmed or killed
               1         14     defensive        adj     dɪˈfensɪv        spreman na obranu       quick to protect yourself from being criticized         Try not to sound defensive; you are only asking
                                                                                                                                                          for what you deserve.
               1         16     different        adj     ˈdɪfərənt        različit                not the same as someone or something else               There are different ways of showing your
               1         16     dog              n       dɒg              pas                     an animal with fur, four legs and a tail that is kept   What's your favourite kind of dog?
                                                                                                  as a pet
               1         12     during           prep    ˈdjʊərɪŋ         tijekom                 at a particular moment in a period of time              We'll arrange a meeting some time during the
               1         16     effect           n       ɪˈfekt           utjecaj                 a change or result that is caused by something          I don't think this medicine is having any effect.
               1         16     elephant         n       ˈelɪfənt         slon                    a very large, grey animal with big ears and a very      We saw a baby elephant in the zoo.
                                                                                                  long nose
               1         17     email            n       ˈiːmeɪl          email                   a message sent to a computer                            Will you send me an email when you get home?

               1         12     exact            adj     ɪgˈzækt          točan                   completely correct                                      Can you give me the exact time please?
               1         13     example          n       ɪgˈzɑːmpəl       primjer                 something that is typical of the group of things that   Give me an example of someone being kind.
                                                                                                  you are talking about
               1         13     exciting         adj     ɪkˈsaɪtɪŋ        uzbudljiv               making you feel very happy and interested             I think space travel sounds really exciting.
               1         12     experience       v       ɪkˈspɪəriəns     iskusiti                If you experience something, it happens to you, or    They have experienced many difficulties in
                                                                                                  you feel it.                                          finding a home.
               1         13     extreme          adj     ɪkˈstriːm        ekstreman               very large in amount or degree, or very dangerous     They wanted to do extreme skateboarding down
                                                                                                  and exciting                                          a mountain.
               1         14     eyebrow          n       ˈaɪbraʊ          obrva                   the thin line of hair that is above each eye          He has very thick eyebrows.
               1         13     famous           adj     ˈfeɪməs          slavan                  known by many people                                  She wants to be famous when she grows up.
               1         16     feed             v       fiːd             hraniti se              if an animal or a baby feeds, it eats                 The animals were feeding peacefully. Don't
                                                                                                                                                        forget to feed the goldfish.
               1         17     find (sth) out   v       faɪnd aʊt        otkriti                 to get information about something, or to learn a     I found out that my grandparents had come from
                                                                                                  fact for the first time                               Ireland.
               1         12     first            adv     ˈfɜːst           najprije                used at the beginning of a list of things you want to First, I'd like to thank you all for coming.
                                                                                                  say or write
               1         14     fold your arms   v       fəʊld jɔː ɑːmz   prekrižiti ruke         to bend your arms across your chest, with one         She folded her arms and looked angry.
                                                                                                  crossing over the other
               1         12     freezing         adj     ˈfriːzɪŋ         leden                   very cold                                             Put a coat on, it's freezing outside!
               1         16     further          adv     ˈfɜːðə           dalje                   at or to a place or time that is a longer distance    How much further is there to walk?

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                Wordlist: English to Croatian
               Unit      Page   English Word    Part of IPA              Croatian*                  Definition                                                 Example sentence
                         no.                    speech                   Hrvatski*
               1         13     gap year        n       gæp jɪə          godina dana odmora         a year between leaving school and starting                 Will you take a gap year before university?
                                                                                                    university which you usually spend travelling or
               1         15     gesture         n       ˈdʒestʃə         gesta                      a movement you make with your hand, arm, or                He made a gesture to say 'Come here'.
                                                                                                    head to show what you are thinking or feeling
               1         14     gesture         v       ˈdʒestʃə         gestikulirati              to point at something or express something using           He gestured at us to sit down.
                                                                                                    your hand, arm, or head
               1         13     gig             n       gɪg              gaža                       a performance of pop or rock music                         They're playing three gigs in London this year.
               1         12     go through      v       gəʊ θruː         prolaziti kroz             from the start to the end of something                     She has been going through a difficult time at
               1         17     group           n       gruːp            grupa                      a number of people or things that are put together         I'm meeting a group of friends for dinner tonight.
                                                                                                    or thought as a unit
               1         12     happen          v       ˈhæpən           dogoditi se                If an event or situation happens, it exists or starts to   Tell me exactly what happened.
                                                                                                    be done.
               1         16     herd            n       hɜːd             krdo                       a large group of animals such as cows that live and        a herd of cattle
                                                                                                    eat together
               1         16     hippo           n       ˈhɪpəʊ           nilski konj                hippopotamus                                               Hippos are very good swimmers.
               1         16     however         adv     haʊˈevə          međutim                    but                                                        Most people can sing, however, not all can sing
               1         13     impressive      adj     ɪmˈpresɪv        impresivan                 Someone or something that is impressive makes              Her knowledge of music is quite impressive.
                                                                                                    you admire and respect them.
               1         13     incredibly      adv     ɪnˈkredɪbli      nevjerojatno               extremely                                                  I think you are incredibly talented.
               1         16     infrasonic      adj     ˌɪn.frəˈsɒn.ɪk   niskofrekventan            of sounds that are lower than humans can hear              infrasonic communication
               1         16     infrasound      n       ˌɪn.frəˈsaʊnd    niskofrekventni zvuk       a sound that is lower than humans can hear, used           Whales use infrasound to communicate over
                                                                                                    by some animals to communicate                             large distances.
               1         14     intentionally   adv     ɪnˈtentʃənəli    namjerno                   in a way that is planned or intended                       I didn't do it intentionally, I promise.
               1         17     invite          v       ɪnˈvaɪt          pozvati                    to ask someone to come to your house, to a party,          How many people have you invited to the party?
               1         12     involve         v       ɪnˈvɒlv          uključiti                  to include someone or something in something, or           My work involves meeting people and organising
                                                                                                    to make them take part in or feel part of it               events.
               1         17     job             n       dʒɒb             posao                      the work that you do in order to get money                 What sort of job would you like to do?
               1         17     last            adj     lɑːst            prošli                     (being) the most recent or the one before the              Are you tired because you went out last night?
                                                                                                    present one
               1         16     loud            adj     laʊd             glasan                     making a lot of noise                                      This music is far too loud!
               1         16     low             adj     ləʊ              nizak                      A low sound is deep or quiet                               Some low sounds can be hard to hear.
               1         12     machine         n       məˈʃiːn          uređaj                     a piece of equipment with moving parts that uses           He wants a coffee machine for his birthday.
                                                                                                    power to do a particular job
               1         16     may             v       meɪ              moći                       used to talk about what is possibly true or will           If you are very quiet you may see a fox.
                                                                                                    possibly happen
               1         12     measure         v       ˈmeʒə            mjeriti                    to find the size, weight, amount, or speed of              Can you measure how tall I am?
               1         15     medal           n       ˈmedəl           medalja                    a piece of metal given as a prize in a competition         She is hoping to win a gold medal in the next
                                                                                                    or given to someone who has been very brave                Olympics.
               1         12     message         n       ˈmesɪdʒ          poruka                     a piece of written or spoken information which one         Leave a phone message if I am out.
                                                                                                    person gives to another
               1         12     mind            n       maɪnd            um                         someone's memory or their ability to think, and feel       Sometimes your mind can play tricks on you.
               1         16     minute          n       ˈmɪnɪt           minuta                     a period of time equal to sixty seconds                    I'll be there in ten minutes.
               1         14     mirror          v       ˈmɪrə            imitirati                  to be very similar to something                            Try mirroring the person opposite you.
               1         12     Morse code      n       mɔːs kəʊd        Morseov kod                a system used for sending messages, in which               I tried using Morse code to call for help.
                                                                                                    letters and numbers are represented by short and
                                                                                                    long marks, sounds or flashes of light
               1         17     move            v       muːv             kretati se, preseliti se   to (cause to) change position; to go to a different        I'm so cold I can't move my fingers; How many
                                                                                                    place to live or work                                      times have you moved house?
               1         16     near            prep    nɪə              blizu                      not far away in distance                                   I like to sit near the front so I can hear better.
               1         14     nod             v       nɒd              kimati                     to move your head up and down as a way of                  He nodded his head to show his agreement.
               1         16     noticeable      adj     ˈnəʊtɪsəbəl      primjetan                  easy to see or be aware of                                 The difference is hardly noticeable.
               1         13     often           adv     ˈɒfən            često                      many times or regularly                                    Luckily plane crashes do not happen often.
               1         12     own             adj     əʊn              vlastiti                   belonging to a particular person                           I wish I had my own car.
               1         15     percent         n       pəˈsent          postotak                   out of every 100; (Symbol: %)                              Eighty percent of people agree with this.
               1         17     phone           n       fəʊn             telefon                    a piece of equipment that is used to talk to               I could hear the phone ringing.
                                                                                                    someone who is in another place
               1         17     photo           n       ˈfəʊtəʊ          fotografija                a picture made with a camera                         How many photos have you taken?
               1         16     pitch           n       pɪtʃ             visina tona                how high or low a sound is                           Teenagers can hear noises with a higher pitch
                                                                                                                                                         than adults can.
               1         14     plan            n       plæn             plan                       something that you are going to do                   I don't have any plans for this weekend.
               1         16     playful         adj     ˈpleɪfəl         zaigran                    funny and not serious                                The puppy was so playful.
               1         12     prove           v       pruːv            dokazati                   to show that something is true                       How can you prove you are telling the truth?
               1         14     quiz            n       kwɪz             kviz                       a game in which you answer questions                 I did the quiz to find out if I was a good friend.
               1         16     range           n       reɪndʒ           raspon                     the amount, number or type of something between Some animals can hear sounds outside the
                                                                                                    an upper and a lower limit                           range that humans can.
               1         12     rare            adj     reə              rijedak                    very unusual                                         It is rare to see these animals in the wild.
               1         12     react           v       riˈækt           reagirati                  to say, do, or feel something because of something When she said I was late I reacted by saying it
                                                                                                    else that has been said or done                      was her fault.
               1         14     reliable        adj     rɪˈlaɪəbəl       pouzdan                    able to be trusted or believed                       If only your brother was more reliable!
               1         16     report          n       rɪˈpɔːt          izvještaj                  a description of an event or situation               a news report
               1         12     research        n       ˈrɪsɜːtʃ         istraživanje               when someone studies a subject in order to           They are doing some research into which
                                                                                                    discover new information                             exercise is best for you.
               1         12     response        n       rɪˈspɒns         reakcija                   an answer or reaction to something that has been What sort of response did you get?
                                                                                                    said or done
               1         14     role            n       rəʊl             uloga                      a part in a play or film                             I'd like the starring role in the school play.
               1         12     rugby           n       ˈrʌgbi           ragbi                      a sport played by two teams with an oval ball and H- They play rugby every Sunday.
                                                                                                    shaped goals
               1         17     rumble          v       ˈrʌmbəl          duboko se glasati          to make a deep, long sound                           Can you hear the thunder rumbling?
               1         12     same            adj     seɪm             isti                       exactly like another or each other                   She bought the same shoes as her friend.
               1         13     schoolmate      n       ˈskuːlmeɪt       školski kolega             a friend who is at the same school as you at the     I'm hoping to go on holiday with a group of
                                                                                                    same time                                            schoolmates.
               1         16     sense           v       sens             osjetiti                   to understand what someone is thinking or feeling I can sense when you are tired.
                                                                                                    without being told about it
               1         12     separate        adj     ˈsepərət         odvojen                    different                                            We have had separate bedrooms for years.
               1         12     set             n       set              par                        a group of things which belong together              I need a new set of keys for my car.
               1         16     several         adj     ˈsevərəl         nekoliko                   some, but not a lot                                  He tried phoning several times without an
               1         16     slight          adj     slaɪt            neznatan                   small and not important                              She says she has a slight pain in her arm.
               1         14     somebody        pron    ˈsʌmbədi         netko                      someone                                              Is there somebody you can call if you get lost?

               1         12     somehow         adv     ˈsʌmhaʊ          nekako                     in a way which you do not know or do not                   He was in pain, but somehow managed to crawl
                                                                                                    understand                                                 to the phone.
               1         16     sound           n       saʊnd            zvuk                       something that you hear                                    What sort of sound does this animal make?

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                Wordlist: English to Croatian
               Unit      Page   English Word   Part of IPA           Croatian*                   Definition                                            Example sentence
                         no.                   speech                Hrvatski*
               1         12     sound-proof    adj     saʊndpruːf    zvučno izoliran             (of a building or part of a building) not allowing    She practises her drums in a sound-proof room.
                                                                                                 sound to go through
               1         12     special        adj    ˈspeʃəl        poseban                     different from normal things, or used for one         We have a special way of communicating.
               1         16     species        n      ˈspiːʃiːz      vrsta                       a group of plants or animals which are the same in    This is a rare species of insect.
                                                                                                 some way
               1         13     spend          v      spend          provesti                    to use time doing something or being somewhere        You need to spend a bit more time on your
               1         12     start          v      stɑːt          početi                      to begin doing something                              He's started eating healthy breakfasts.
               1         13     stop           n      stɒp           stanica                     a place where a bus or train stops so that people     This is my stop so I need to get off the bus now.
                                                                                                 can get on or off
               1         13     straight       adv    streɪt         odmah                       immediately                                           After work he wants to go straight home.
               1         16     such as        det    sʌtʃ æz        poput                       for example                                           There will be food such as crisps and chocolate.

               1         16     suddenly       adv    ˈsʌdənli       odjednom                    quickly and when not expected                         Suddenly everyone stopped talking.
               1         12     surprising     adj    səˈpraɪzɪŋ     iznenađujući                not expected and making someone feel surprised        It is surprising that no one wants to come.

               1         17     take           v      teɪk           napraviti, uzeti            to move something or someone from one place to        He took a newspaper to read on the train.
               1         17     techno         n      ˈteknəʊ        techno                      a type of electronic dance music                      He enjoys techno and electronic music.
               1         12     telepathic     adj    ˌtelɪˈpæθɪk    telepatski                  having or involving telepathy                         How did you know I was coming? You must be
               1         12     telepathy      n      tɪˈlepəθi      telepatija                  the ability to know what someone is thinking or to    Do you believe in telepathy?
                                                                                                 communicate thoughts without speaking or writing

               1         16     therefore      adv    ˈðeəfɔː        stoga                       for that reason                                       I think, therefore I am.
               1         16     thunder        n      ˈθʌndə         grom                        the loud noise in the sky that you hear during a      If you hear thunder, don't shelter under a tree.
               1         12     time           n      taɪm           razdoblje                   an occasion or period, or the experience connected    We had such a good time on holiday.
                                                                                                 with it
               1         16     travel         v      ˈtrævəl        putovati                    to move or go from one place to another               Good news travels fast!
               1         12     trouble        n      ˈtrʌbəl        nevolja                     problems or difficulties                              Their problems seem to be over for the moment,
                                                                                                                                                       but there could be more trouble in the future

               1         12     twin           n      twɪn           blizanac                    one of two children who are born to the same          They are identical twins.
                                                                                                 mother at the same time
               1         12     understand     v      ˌʌndəˈstænd    razumjeti                   to know the meaning of something that someone         Is there anyone here who understands Arabic?
               1         12     unusual        adj    ʌnˈjuːʒəl      neobičan                    different and not ordinary, often in a way that is    You have an unusual hobby, collecting spiders.
               1         12     use            v      juːs           upotrijebiti                If you use something, you do something with it for    How do you use this machine?
                                                                                                 a particular purpose.
               1         17     walk           v      wɔːk           šetati                      to move forward by putting one foot in front of the   Shall we walk into town or take the bus?
                                                                                                 other and then repeating the action
               1         14     warm           adj    wɔːm           topao                       friendly                                              They are very warm and welcoming people.
               1         16     warning        n      ˈwɔːnɪŋ        upozorenje                  something that tells or shows you that something      The dog growled as a warning for us not to
                                                                                                 bad may happen                                        come any closer.
               1         16     watch          v      wɒtʃ           gledati                     to look at something for a period of time             I think I'll just spend the evening watching
               1         12     weird          adj    wɪəd           čudan                       very strange                                          You do look a bit weird with blue hair.
               1         12     whenever       conj   wenˈevə        kad god                     every time or at any time                             Whenever I hear that song I think of you.
               1         12     wild           adj    waɪld          divlji                      uncontrolled, violent or extreme                      When she saw the mess, she went wild and
                                                                                                                                                       started shouting.
               1         16     wildlife       n      ˈwaɪldlaɪf     divlje biljke i životinje   animals, birds, and plants in the place where they    They like looking at wildlife.
               1         15     win            v      wɪn            osvojiti                    to get first position or a prize in a competitive     Who won the lottery this week?
               1         12     wire up        v      waɪə ʌp        priključiti                 to connect to a machine                               In the hospital the nurse wired me up to the
                                                                                                                                                       heart monitor.
               1         17     wonderful      adj    ˈwʌndəfəl      prekrasan                   very good                                             You can come! That's wonderful!
               1         13     yet            adv    jet            još                         now or as early as this time                          I haven't seen her yet.
               2         22     agent          n      ˈeɪdʒənt       menadžer                    someone whose job is to deal with business for        To be a successful writer you need a good
                                                                                                 someone else                                          agent.
               2         21     agree          v      əˈgriː         slagati se                  to have the same opinion as someone                   He agreed that he had made a mistake.
               2         21     arrangement    n      əˈreɪndʒmənt   plan                        plans for how something will happen                   We made an arrangement to meet the next day.

               2         23     break          v      breɪk          objaviti prvi put           to come to the public's attention                     It was the local newspaper which first broke the
               2         23     broadcast      v      ˈbrɔːdkɑːst    emitirati                   to send out a programme on television or radio        The news gets broadcasted every hour.
               2         20     ceremony       n      ˈserɪməni      obred                       a formal event that is performed on important         Thousands of people will attend the opening
                                                                                                 social or religious occasions                         ceremony.
               2         21     cheat          v      tʃiːt          varati                      to do something that is not honest, in order to get   If you cheat you will not be allowed to sit other
                                                                                                 something                                             exams.
               2         24     chess          n      tʃes           šah                         a game that two people play by moving different       Can you play chess?
                                                                                                 shaped pieces around a board of black and white
               2         19     cinema         n      ˈsɪnəmə        kino                        a building where you go to watch films                We decided to go to the cinema.
               2         24     club           n      klʌb           klub                        an organization for people who want to take part in   I've just joined the local golf club.
                                                                                                 a sport or social activity together
               2         23     competition    n      ˌkɒmpəˈtɪʃən   natjecanje                  an event in which people try to win something by      I entered a drawing competition and won first
                                                                                                 being the best, fastest, etc                          prize!
               2         23     concentrate    v      ˈkɒnsəntreɪt   usredotočiti se             to think very hard about the thing you are doing      Please stop talking and concentrate on your
                                                                                                 and nothing else                                      work.
               2         18     cot            n      kɒt            dječji krevet               a bed with high sides for a baby                      The baby was sleeping peacefully in her cot.
               2         18     drip           v      drɪp           kapati                      to produce drops of liquid                            Water was dripping from the kitchen ceiling.
               2         18     empty          adj    ˈemti          prazan                      with nothing or no one inside                         The room was completely empty; where had
                                                                                                                                                       everyone gone?
               2         20     everybody      pron   ˈevriˌbɒdi     svi                         everyone                                              Everybody has a different way of doing things.
               2         18     faithful       adj    ˈfeɪθfəl       vjeran                      always liking and supporting someone or               The old man's dog was a loving and faithful
                                                                                                 something                                             companion.
               2         21     fall out       v      fɔːl aʊt       posvađati se s              (informal) to argue with someone and stop being       We were good friends but then I fell out with her.
                                                                                                 friendly with them
               2         23     follow         v      ˈfɒləʊ         pratiti                     to be interested in an event or activity              I'm following the cricket match on the radio.
               2         18     fur            n      fɜː            krzno                       the thick hair that covers the bodies of some         A thick layer of fur protects bears from the cold.
                                                                                                 animals like cats and rabbits
               2         21     fuss           n      fʌs            frka                        when people become excited or worried about           I'm ok; don't make such a fuss!
                                                                                                 something which is not important
               2         18     gallop         v      ˈgæləp         galopirati                  if a horse gallops, it runs very fast.                We galloped along the beach on our horses.
               2         21     get on         v      get ɒn         slagati se                  (informal) if two or more people get on they like     She doesn't get on with her brother.
                                                                                                 each other and are friendly to each other
               2         20     grave          n      grɑːv          grob                        a place in the ground where a dead body is buried     They put flowers on his grave every week.

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                         no.                            speech                   Hrvatski*
               2         18     greet                   v       griːt            pozdraviti               to say hello to someone who has arrived in a place The postman always greets me with a friendly
               2         20     heartbroken             adj      ˈhɑːtˌbrəʊkən   slomljena srca           If you are heartbroken, you feel extremely sad      When my friend moved to another country I felt
                                                                                                          about something that has happened.                  heartbroken.
               2         18     horse                   n        hɔːs            konj                     a large animal with four legs, which people ride or She's always wanted to own a horse.
                                                                                                          use to pull heavy things
               2         18     hunt                    v        hʌnt            loviti                   to chase and kill wild animals                      Do you think hunting foxes should be allowed?
               2         23     inter-                  prefix   ɪntə            među-                    used to form adjs meaning 'between or among the I'm playing in an inter-schools hockey game.
                                                                                                          stated people, things or places'
               2         24     IT                      n        ˌaɪˈtiː         informatička tehnologija the use of computers and other electronic           They work for a big IT company.
                                                                                                          equipment to keep and send information
               2         20     kill                    v        kɪl             ubiti                    to make someone or something die                    He was sorry that he had killed his dog.
               2         24     last but not least      phrase   lɑːst bət nɒt   posljednje, ali ne       importantly, despite being mentioned after          I'd like to thank my friends, my family and, last
                                                                 liːst           najmanje važno           everyone else                                       but not least, my dog.
               2         22     listener                n        ˈlɪsənə         slušatelj                someone who listens                                 This radio programme always has a lot of
               2         21     loyal                   adj      lɔɪəl           odan                     always liking and supporting someone or             She is a true and loyal friend.
               2         18     master                  n        ˈmɑːstə         gospodar                 in the past, a servant's master was the man that    The dog always stayed close to his master.
                                                                                                          they worked for
               2         19     microphone              n        ˈmaɪkrəfəʊn     mikrofon                 a piece of electrical equipment for recording       You will need to speak into the microphone.
                                                                                                          sounds, or for making sounds louder
               2         20     missing                 adj      ˈmɪsɪŋ          nestao                   lost, not in the usual place                        I searched my bag but my passport was missing.

               2         18     newborn                 adj      ˌnjuːˈbɔːn      novorođeni               a newborn baby has just been born                         a newborn child
               2         20     organise                v        ˈɔːgənaɪz       organizirati             to make arrangements for something to happen              They organised a big party for their friend's
               2         21     original                adj      əˈrɪdʒənəl      prvi                     being the first                                           Our original plan was to walk there but then we
                                                                                                                                                                    decided it was too cold.
               2         22     poster                  n        ˈpəʊstə         poster                   a large, printed picture or notice that you put on a      His wall is covered with posters of rock stars.
               2         18     prince                  n        prɪns           princ                    the son of a king or queen, or one of their close         As he is a prince and only son, he will probably
                                                                                                          male relatives                                            be king one day.
               2         21     probably                adv      ˈprɒbəbli       vjerojatno               used to mean that something is very likely                They are probably just trying to be nice.
               2         20     professor               n        prəˈfesə        sveučilišni profesor     the highest rank of teacher in a British university, or   She is a professor and has written many books.
                                                                                                          a teacher in an American university or college
               2         24     programmer              n        ˈprəʊgræmə      programer                someone who writes computer programs as a job             He works as a computer programmer for a large
               2         22     radio                   n        ˈreɪdiəʊ        radio                    a piece of equipment used for listening to radio          I enjoy listening to the radio late at night.
               2         20     realise                 v        ˈrɪəlaɪz        shvatiti                 to notice or understand something that you did not        Do you realise how much this costs?
                                                                                                          notice or understand before
               2         16     reason                  n        ˈriːzən         razlog                   the facts about why something happens or why              Can you please explain the reason for your
                                                                                                          someone does something                                    decision?
               2         21     relationship            n        rɪˈleɪʃənʃɪp    odnos                    the way two people feel and behave towards each           You are a good friend and our relationship is
                                                                                                          other                                                     very important to me.
               2         23     report                  n        rɪˈpɔːt         izvještaj                a description of something that has happened              She sent in weekly reports on the situation.
               2         23     reporter                n        rɪˈpɔːtə        izvjestitelj, reporter   someone whose job is to discover information              She works as a reporter on the local paper.
                                                                                                          about news events and describe them on
                                                                                                          television, radio, or in a newspaper
               2         23     run                     v        rʌn             objaviti                 to publish something in a newspaper or magazine           They decided not to run the report as it was too
               2         21     situation               n        ˌsɪtjuˈeɪʃən    situacija                the set of things that are happening at a particular      I was in a very difficult situation.
                                                                                                          time and place
               2         24     social                  adj      ˈsəʊʃəl         društveni                relating to the things you do with other people for       Universities run many social clubs during term
                                                                                                          enjoyment when you are not working                        time.
               2         20     son                     n        sʌn             sin                      your male child                                           They have one son and two daughters.
               2         19     song                    n        sɒŋ             pjesma                   a usually short piece of music with words which are       This is my favourite song.
               2         21     stand by                v        stænd baɪ       nastaviti podržavati     to continue to support or help someone who is in a        If you get into trouble I will stand by you.
                                                                                                          difficult situation
               2         20     station                 n        ˈsteɪʃən        TV ili radio postaja     a company that shows or sends out television or           She works at a local radio station.
                                                                                                          radio programmes
               2         20     steak                   n        steɪk           odrezak                  a thick, flat piece of meat or fish                       How would you like your steak cooked?
               2         21     stick up for (sb/sth)   v        stɪk ʌp fɔː     stati na čiju stranu     (informal) to support someone or something when           Good friends always stick up for each other.
                                                                                                          they are being criticized
               2         20     story                   n        ˈstɔːri         pripovjetka              a description of a series of real or imaginary events     The children asked her to tell them a story.
                                                                                                          which people read for enjoyment
               2         22     story                   n        ˈstɔːri         vijest                   a report in a newspaper, magazine, or news                Have you been following the story about the
                                                                                                          programme                                                 kidnapped businessman?
               2         18     swing                   v        swɪŋ            zamahnuti                to cause something to move smoothly backwards             You need to learn how to swing a golf club
                                                                                                          and forwards, or from one side to the other               properly.

               2         18     sword                   n        sɔːd            mač                      a weapon with a long, metal blade and a handle,           They had to carry heavy swords and other
                                                                                                          used especially in the past                               weapons.
               2         21     tell on                 v        tel ɒn          tužiti                   (informal) to give information about someone,             Promise not to tell on me!
                                                                                                          usually something bad that they have said or done,
                                                                                                          especially to a person in authority
               2         22     ticket                  n        ˈtɪkɪt          ulaznica                 a small piece of paper that shows you have paid to        Could I buy two tickets for the next film, please?
                                                                                                          do something, for example travel on a bus, watch a
                                                                                                          film, etc
               2         20     Tokyo                   n        ˈtəʊkiəʊ        Tokio                    the capital of Japan                                      We're taking the bullet train to Tokyo.
               2         22     totally                 adv      ˈtəʊtəli        jako                     completely                                                The two sisters are totally different.
               2         18     watch over (sb)         v        wɒtʃ ˈəʊvə      paziti                   to protect someone and make certain that they are         The mother hen watched over her chicks as they
                                                                                                          safe                                                      explored.
               2         18     Welsh                   n/adj    welʃ            Velšanin, velški         relating to or coming from Wales                          They live close to the Welsh borders.
               2         18     whimper                 v        ˈwɪmpə          cviliti                  to make quiet crying sounds because of fear or            The dog was whimpering in pain.
               2         20     wolf                    n        wʊlf            vuk                      a wild animal like a large dog                            In another story a wolf takes care of a human
               2         20     wrong                   adj      rɒŋ             loše                     morally bad                                               Is it always wrong to tell a lie?
               3         31     advertisement           n        ədˈvɜːtɪsmənt   oglas                    a picture, short film, song, etc which tries to           English speakers wanted' said the advertisment.
                                                                                                          persuade people to buy something
               3         28     advice                  n        ədˈvaɪs         savjet                   suggestions about what you think someone should           I decided to ask her for some advice about how
                                                                                                          do                                                        to get a job.
               3         30     against                 prep     əˈgenst         protiv                   disagreeing with a plan or activity                       I have nothing against animals, I just don't want
                                                                                                                                                                    a pet.
               3         30     ah                      excl     ɑː              ah                       used to show that you have just understood                "Ah, now I understand", he said.
               3         27     alright/all right       adv      ɔːlˈraɪt        u redu                   used to show that something is agreed, understood "Alright, you can come", I finally agreed.
                                                                                                          or acceptable

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                         no.                       speech                   Hrvatski*
               3         30     antique            n       ænˈtiːk          antikvitet             an object that is old, and rare or beautiful             Their collection of antiques is worth a lot of
               3         31     application        n       ˌæplɪˈkeɪʃən     prijava                an official request for something, usually in writing    You will need to fill in this application form.

               3         31     apply              v       əˈplaɪ           prijaviti se           to ask officially for something                          I would like to apply for the job.
               3         29     arts               n       ɑːts             umjetnosti             subjects of study which are not science, such as         I'd like to work in arts administration.
                                                                                                   history and languages
               3         31     assistant          n       əˈsɪstənt        asistent               someone whose job is to help a person who has a          He works as a personal assistant to a busy
                                                                                                   more important job                                       company boss.
               3         28     babysitter         n       ˈbeɪbɪˌsɪtə      dadilja                someone who takes care of your baby or child             How much do you pay your babysitter?
                                                                                                   while you are out, usually by coming to your home,
                                                                                                   especially someone you pay to do this
               3         28     barista            n       bɑːˈriːstə       barmen, konobar        a person who serves customers in a modern coffee         Our baristas make the best coffee in town.
                                                                                                   shop small restaurant that serves coffee
               3         31     believe            v       bɪˈliːv          smatrati               to think that something is true, or that what            We believe that we provide the best service.
                                                                                                   someone says is true
               3         26     blog               n       blɒg             blog                   a record of your thoughts that you put on the            He writes a political blog.
                                                                                                   internet for other people to read
               3         26     breakfast          n       ˈbrekfəst        doručak                the food you eat in the morning after you wake up        What would you like for breakfast?

               3         26     burger             n       ˈbɜːgə           hamburger              meat in a round, flat shape, that you eat between        I'll have a burger and chips, please.
               3         26     business           n       ˈbɪznɪs          poduzeće,              an organization that sells goods or services             We own a small family business.
               3         30     busy               adj     ˈbɪzi            užurban                working hard, or giving your attention to a particular   I've been busy writing thank-you letters.
               3         26     care home          n       keə həʊm         starački dom           a place where someone who is old or ill lives when       We need to find a good care home for my father.
                                                                                                   they cannot live at home any more
               3         28     career             n       kəˈrɪə           karijera               a job that you do for a lot of your life, especially     She wants a career in management.
                                                                                                   one for which you are trained
               3         30     Chinese            n/adj   tʃaɪˈniːz        Kinez, kineski         coming from or relating to China                         Do you enjoy Chinese food?
               3         29     choose             v       tʃuːz            odabrati               to decide which thing you want                           You have so many coats; which will you choose?

               3         27     clothing           n       ˈkləʊðɪŋ         odjeća                 clothes, especially of a particular type                 You can only take three items of clothing into the
                                                                                                                                                            changing room.
               3         26     college            n       ˈkɒlɪdʒ          viša škola, fakultet   a place where students are educated after they           I hope to go to college after I finish school.
                                                                                                   have stopped going to school
               3         26     comment            n       ˈkɒment          komentar               something that you say or write that shows your          What do you think about this? All comments are
                                                                                                   opinion                                                  welcome.
               3         31     contact            v       ˈkɒntækt         kontaktirati           to telephone someone or write to them                    You can contact me by phone or email.
               3         31     course             n       kɔːs             tečaj                  a set of lessons about a particular subject              I'm doing a course in computer studies.
               3         31     create             v       kriˈeɪt          kreirati               to make something happen or exist                        We created our own cartoon characters.
               3         29     current            adj     ˈkʌrənt          trenutan               happening or existing now                                How long have you been in your current job?
               3         31     cv                 n       ˌsiːˈviː         životopis              a document which describes your qualifications           It's good to have an interesting, up to date CV.
                                                                                                   and the jobs you have done, which you send to an
                                                                                                   employer that you want to work for
               3         26     cycle              v       ˈsaɪkəl          voziti bicikl          to ride a bicycle                                        Shall we walk or cycle into town?
               3         26     deliver            v       dɪˈlɪvə          dostaviti              to take letters or things to a person or place           Our letters are delivered on time every day.
               3         31     department         n       dɪˈpɑːtmənt      odjel                  a part of an organization which does a particular        Which department do you work in?
                                                                                                   type of work
               3         30     detail             n       ˈdiːteɪl         pojedinost             a piece of information about something                   You don't need to tell me every detail!
               3         26     Dublin             n       ˈdʌblɪn          Dublin                 the capital city of Ireland                              The River Liffey runs through Dublin.
               3         28     earn               v       ɜːn              zaraditi               to get money for doing work                              How much money does a teacher earn?
               3         26     education          n       ˌedʒʊˈkeɪʃən     obrazovanje            teaching and learning in a school or college             You will need a good education if you want a
                                                                                                                                                            well-paid career.
               3         30     embarrassed        adj     ɪmˈbærəst        posramljen             feeling ashamed or shy                                   Don't be too embarrassed to ask for more money
                                                                                                                                                            if you need it.
               3         29     employee           n       ɪmˈplɔɪiː        djelatnik              someone who is paid to work for a person or              How many employees does the company have?
               3         29     employer           n       ɪmˈplɔɪə         poslodavac             a person or company that pays people to work for         They are very fair employers.
               3         31     enclose            v       ɪnˈkləʊz         priložiti              to send something in the same envelope or parcel         Please enclose payment with your letter.
                                                                                                   as something else
               3         26     entertainment      n       ˌentəˈteɪnmənt   zabava                 shows, films, television, or other performances or       I want to be on TV or work in entertainment.
                                                                                                   activities that entertain people
               3         29     expect             v       ɪkˈspekt         očekivati              to think that something will happen                      What do you expect you will do when you are
               3         29     experience         n       ɪkˈspɪəriəns     iskustvo               knowledge that you get from doing a job, or from         How much experience have you had as a
                                                                                                   doing, seeing, or feeling something                      teacher?
               3         31     fascinate          v       ˈfæsɪneɪt        fascinirati            to interest someone a lot                                The idea of space travel fascinates him.
               3         30     feeling            n       ˈfiːlɪŋ          osjećaj                an emotion                                               I have very fond feelings for him.
               3         26     finance            n       ˈfaɪnæns         financije              the control of how large amounts of money should         Bankers and accountants work in the field of
                                                                                                   be spent                                                 finance.
               3         29     full-time          adj     ˌfʊlˈtaɪm        s punim radnim         happening or working for the whole of the working        She didn't want a full-time job.
                                                                            vremenom               week and not only part of it
               3         27     game               n       geɪm             igra                   an activity or sport that people play, usually with      Shall we play a game?
                                                                                                   rules and needing skill
               3         26     health care        n       helθ keə         zdravstvo              the set of services provided by a country or an          Old people need good health care.
                                                                                                   organization for treating people who are ill
               3         30     instead            adv     ɪnˈsted          umjesto toga           in the place of someone or something else                As it was raining we decided to take the bus
                                                                                                                                                            instead of walking.
               3         30     jealousy           n       ˈdʒeləsi         ljubomora              jealous feelings                                         Children often have feelings of jealousy about a
                                                                                                                                                            new baby in the family.
               3         30     join               v       dʒɔɪn            pridružiti se          to become a member of an organization                    So why do you want to join the army?
               3         30     junior             adj     ˈdʒuːniə         mlađi                  less important than other people doing the same          I am just a junior member of the team.
               3         31     lastly             adv     ˈlɑːsli          na kraju               finally                                                  Lastly, I would like to thank all my friends for
                                                                                                                                                            helping me.
               3         26     lawyer             n       ˈlɔɪə            odvjetnik, pravnik     someone whose job is to explain the law to people        Becoming a lawyer requires a lot of training.
                                                                                                   and give advice
               3         31     letter             n       ˈletə            pismo                  some writing that you send to someone, usually by        I keep all your letters to me.
               3         29     local government   n       ˈləʊkəl          lokalna uprava         the control and organization of towns and small          He works in local government.
                                                           ˈgʌvənmənt                              areas by people who are elected from them
               3         26     management         n       ˈmænɪdʒmənt      rukovodstvo            the people who are in control of an office, shop,        She would like to work in management.
                                                                                                   team, etc
               3         30     manager            n       ˈmænɪdʒə         menadžer               someone in control of an office, shop, team, etc         I would like to speak to the manager, please.
               3         30     mean               v       miːn             značiti                to have a particular meaning                             It does not mean that you have to do what they
               3         30     new boy/girl       n       njuː bɔɪ/gɜːl    novi zaposlenik        someone who has recently become involved with            I felt like the new girl in the office, not knowing
                                                                                                   an activity or organization                              how things were done.

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                         no.                           speech                     Hrvatski*
               3         26     newspaper              n       ˈnjuːsˌpeɪpə       novine                  large, folded sheets of paper which are printed with How often do you read a newspaper?
                                                                                                          the news and sold every day or every week
               3         26     normally               adv      ˈnɔːməli          uobičajeno              usually                                               I would never normally get up so early.
               3         30     notice                 v        ˈnəʊtɪs           primijetiti             to see something and be aware of it                   She couldn't help noticing that his clothes were
               3         30     other                  adj      ˈʌðə              ostali                  different from a thing or person which you have       There must be other jobs you could do.
                                                                                                          talked about
               3         31     other                  pron     ˈʌðə              drugi                   a thing or person that is part of this set            Have you asked the others?
               3         31     overtime               n        ˈəʊvətaɪm         prekovremeni rad        extra time that you work after your usual working     I will need to do overtime at the weekend to earn
                                                                                                          hours                                                 more money.
               3         26     paper round            n        ˈpeɪpə raʊnd      dostava novina          when someone does a paper round, they deliver         She does a paper round before school every
                                                                                                          newspapers to all the houses in a particular area     morning.
               3         26     part-time              adj      ˌpɑːtˈtaɪm        honorarni               working or studying only for part of the day or the   He decided to get a part-time job to help pay for
                                                                                                          week                                                  his studies.
               3         28     pet sitter             n        petˈsɪtə          dadilja za kućne        someone who looks after someone's pet while they You love animals so you'd be a good pet sitter.
                                                                                  ljubimce                are away from their home
               3         30     pile                   v        paɪl              nagomilati              to arrange objects into a pile (objects positioned    Just pile all the unwanted clothes in that corner.
                                                                                                          one on top of another)
               3         30     position               n        pəˈzɪʃən          pozicija                a job                                                 I am applying for the position of assistant
               3         26     programme              v        ˈprəʊgræm         programirati            to write computer programs                            computer programming
               3         26     public                 adj      ˈpʌblɪk           javni                   provided by the government from taxes to be           She was the first in her family to hold public
                                                                                                          available to everyone                                 office.
               3         30     punishment             n        ˈpʌnɪʃmənt        kazna                   when someone is punished                              He had to stay at home as a punishment for
                                                                                                                                                                staying out late.
               3         29     representative         n        ˌreprɪˈzentətɪv   predstavnik             someone who speaks or does something officially He is the representative of a large oil company.
                                                                                                          for another person
               3         31     request                v        rɪˈkwest          zatražiti               to ask for something                                  May I request the pleasure of your company?
               3         29     require                v        rɪˈkwaɪə          tražiti                 to need something                                     The job requires someone with experience.
               3         29     resign                 v        rɪˈzaɪn           dati ostavku            to officially tell your employer that you are leaving I had made a mistake so I offered to resign from
                                                                                                          your job                                              my job.
               3         30     rise                   v        raɪz              napredovati             to move up                                            She quickly rose to the position of store
               3         29     salary                 n        ˈsæləri           mjesečna plaća          the money that you get, usually every month, for      I'd like to earn a good salary.
               3         31     secondly               adv      ˈsekəndli         kao drugo               used for introducing the second reason, idea, etc     Firstly, I need a job. Secondly, it has to be paid
               3         26     service                n        ˈsɜːvɪs           služba                  a system that supplies something that people need There is a good bus service from town.

               3         28     shelf                  n        ʃelf              polica                  a board used to put things on, often fixed to a wall     I can't reach the highest shelf.

               3         30     shopping centre        n        ˈʃɒpɪŋ ˈsentə     trgovački centar        a place where a lot of shops have been built close They're building a big shopping centre outside
                                                                                                          together                                           the town.
               3         26     shy                    adj      ʃaɪ               sramežljiv              not confident, especially about meeting new people Come in, don't be shy!

               3         30     Singapore              n        ˌsɪŋəˈpɔː         Singapur                a country consisting of a group of islands in         He comes from Singapore.
                                                                                                          southeast Asia
               3         31     skill                  n        skɪl              vještina                the ability to do an activity or job well, especially What skills do you have?
                                                                                                          because you have done it many times
               3         26     solicitor              n        səˈlɪsɪtə         odvjetnik               in Britain, a lawyer who gives legal advice and help I work as a solicitor in a City law firm.

               3         30     stop                   v        stɒp              zaustaviti se           to stop a journey or an activity for a short time        Let's stop at a coffee shop on the way.
               3         30     store                  n        stɔː              trgovina                (mainly US) a shop                                       a clothes store
               3         26     studies                n        ˈstʌdiz           studij                  used in the names of some educational subjects           language studies
                                                                                                          and courses
               3         31     studio                 n        ˈstjuːdiəʊ        studio                  a room where an artist or photographer works             I have a studio at the top of the house where I
               3         27     study                  v        ˈstʌdi            učiti                   to learn about a subject, usually at school or           What do you study at university?
               3         30     stupid                 adj      ˈstjuːpɪd         glup                    very silly or not clever                                 How could I have been so stupid!
               3         29     teaching               n        ˈtiːtʃɪŋ          poučavanje              the job of being a teacher                               You can use your language skills in teaching or
               3         28     tester                 n        ˈtestə            ispitivač               a person or a machine which tests something              He works as computer games tester.
               3         30     tired                  adj      taɪəd             umoran                  feeling that you want to rest or sleep                   I was feeling tired so went to bed early.
               3         29     trainee                n        ˌtreɪˈniː         naučnik                 someone who is learning how to do something,             They need a trainee hairdresser.
                                                                                                          especially a job
               3         29     trainer                n        ˈtreɪnə           trener                  someone who trains people                                She works as a dog trainer.
               3         29     training               n        ˈtreɪnɪŋ          obuka                   when you learn a skill                                   Have you had any training as a singer?
               3         28     tutor                  n        ˈtjuːtə           instruktor              someone who teaches one person or a very small           I work as a tutor helping people to study for
                                                                                                          group of people                                          exams.
               3         29     unemployed             adj      ˌʌnɪmˈplɔɪd       nezaposlen              not having a job                                         How long have you been unemployed?
               3         28     useless                adj      ˈjuːsləs          beskoristan             (informal) having no skill in an activity                I'd be useless as a babysitter.
               3         28     usher                  n        ˈʌʃə              razvodnik               someone who shows people where to sit in a               Ushers sometimes sell ice cream during the
                                                                                                          theatre or at a formal event                             interval.
               3         26     volunteer              v        ˌvɒlənˈtɪə        volontirati             to do work that is not paid, usually involving helping   Volunteering is a good way to get work
                                                                                                          people                                                   experience.
               3         28     waiter                 n        ˈweɪtə            konobar                 a man who works in a restaurant, bringing food to        Please ask the waiter for the bill.
               3         31     willing                adj      ˈwɪlɪŋ            voljan                  wanting to do something                                  I am always willing to help.
               3         29     writer                 n        ˈraɪtə            pisac                   someone whose job is writing books, stories,             Most writers do not earn much money.
                                                                                                          articles, etc
               3         31     Yours faithfully       phrase   jɔːz ˈfeɪθfəli    S poštovanjem           used to end a formal letter to someone whose             Yours faithfully, Jane Smith
                                                                                                          name you do not know
               4         34     active                 adj      ˈæktɪv            aktivan                 busy doing a lot of things                               It's good to keep active if you can.
               4         32     advance                v        ədˈvɑːns          napredovati             to develop or progress, or to make something             Our knowledge of other planets has advanced
                                                                                                          develop or progress                                      greatly since 1969.
               4         32     advance                n        ədˈvɑːns          napredak                new discoveries and inventions                           Our research has made many scientific
                                                                                                                                                                   advances possible.
               4         32     ageing                 n        ˈeɪdʒɪŋ           starenje                the process of becoming older                            Poor eyesight is one of the effects of ageing.
               4         37     album                  n        ˈælbəm            album                   many songs or pieces of music on a CD, disk, etc         Have you heard The Beatles' first album?

               4         38     artificial intelligence n       ˌɑːtɪˈfɪʃəl       umjetna inteligencija   the study and development of computer systems            There have been major developments in artificial
                                                                ɪnˈtelɪdʒəns                              which do jobs that previously needed human               intelligence recently.
               4         32     automatically          adv      ˌɔːtəˈmætɪkəli    automatski              If a machine or device does something                    The lights turn on and off automatically at certain
                                                                                                          automatically, it does it independently, without         times of day.
                                                                                                          human control
               4         36     belong                 v        bɪˈlɒŋ            pripadati               to be in the right place                                 I had the feeling that I didn't belong there.
               4         38     capacity               n        kəˈpæsəti         kapacitet               the largest amount that a container or building can      This lecture hall has the capacity to seat 2000
                                                                                                          hold                                                     people.
               4         32     capture                v        ˈkæptʃə           uhvatiti                to succeed in taking something into your                 This wind farm captures energy from the wind.

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               Unit      Page   English Word      Part of IPA               Croatian*                 Definition                                              Example sentence
                         no.                      speech                    Hrvatski*
               4         32     cell              n       sel               stanica                   the smallest living part of an animal or a plant        Cancer cells need to be destroyed so that
                                                                                                                                                              healthy cells can grow.
               4         32     challenge         n        ˈtʃælɪndʒ        izazov                    something difficult that tests your ability             The Antarctic journey will be a challenge, but
                                                                                                                                                              she intends to succeed.
               4         32     change            v        tʃeɪndʒ          promijeniti               to become different, or to make someone or              I can't change how I am.
                                                                                                      something become different
               4         38     chip              n        tʃɪp             čip                       a microchip (=very small part of a computer that        A chip in your mobile phone stores all your
                                                                                                      stores information)                                     numbers.
               4         38     claim             v        kleɪm            tvrditi                   to say that something is true                           They claim that this skin cream repairs sun
               4         32     consider          v        kənˈsɪdə         razmatrati                to think carefully about something                      Please consider coming at least.
               4         36     cos               conj     kəz              jer                       (not standard) because                                  "I love him cos he's so cool" she said.
               4         32     cost              n        kɒst             trošak                    something that you give or lose, in order to get or     He achieved his aims but at great personal cost.
                                                                                                      achieve something else
               4         32     currently         adv      ˈkʌrəntli        trenutno                  happening or existing now                               There are currently thirty students in the class.

               4         32     develop           v        dɪˈveləp         razviti                   to change and become better, or to make someone         We need to develop new ideas for health issues.
                                                                                                      or something become better
               4         32     developing        adj      dɪˈveləpɪŋ       u razvoju                 describes a country or area of the world which is       The company sends teachers to developing
                                                                                                      poorer and has less advanced industries,                countries.
                                                                                                      especially in Africa, Latin America or Asia
               4         32     development       n        dɪˈveləpmənt     razvoj                    something new that happens and changes a                This is a new development that will change our
                                                                                                      situation                                               lives.
               4         33     dinosaur          n        ˈdaɪnəsɔː        dinosaur                  a very large animal that used to live millions of       This fern tree dates from the time of the
                                                                                                      years ago                                               dinosaurs.
               4         33     discover          v        dɪˈskʌvə         otkriti                   to find something or get information about              Scientists have discovered new ways of curing
                                                                                                      something for the first time                            disease.
               4         38     dream             v        driːm            sanjati                   to imagine something that you would like to             Although I lived in the city, I dreamed of a house
                                                                                                      happen                                                  in the country.
               4         32     energy            n        ˈenədʒi          energija                  the power that comes from electricity, gas, etc         We need to find new sources of energy.
               4         38     enjoy             v        ɪnˈdʒɔɪ          uživati                   If you enjoy something, you like doing it.              I enjoy meeting my friends for coffee.
               4         32     entertain         v        ˌentəˈteɪn       zabaviti                  to keep someone interested and help them to have        We were entertained by the show.
                                                                                                      an enjoyable time
               4         32     extremely         adv      ɪkˈstriːmli      jako, ekstremno           very                                                    This car is extremely safe.
               4         38     fascinating       adj      ˈfæsɪneɪtɪŋ      fascinantan               very interesting                                        I found your book fascinating.
               4         37     festival          n        ˈfestɪvəl        festival                  a series of special events or performances              What music festivals will you go to this summer?

               4         33     forecast          n        ˈfɔːkɑːst        prognoza                  something that says what will happen in the future      Listen to the weather forecast to see if it will rain.

               4         34     friendship        n        ˈfrenʃɪp         prijateljstvo             when two people are friends                             Their friendship lasted their whole lives.
               4         32     futurist          n        ˈfjuːtʃərɪst     znanstvenik futurist      a scientist who specializes in working out what will    We have already developed some ideas from
                                                                                                      happen in the future                                    futurists.
               4         32     gene              n        dʒiːn            gen                       a part of a cell that is passed on from a parent to a   He has inherited the blue-eyed gene from his
                                                                                                      child and that controls particular characteristics      father.

               4         33     give birth        v        gɪv bɜːθ         roditi                    to produce a baby from your body                        She has given birth to healthy twins.
               4         36     gonna             v        gənə             ćemo (neformalno)         (informal) going to                                     I'm gonna love you forever.
               4         37     grunge            n        grʌndʒ           grunge                    a type of rock music, and a fashion for untidy          Do you prefer grunge or rock?
                                                                                                      clothes which was popular in the early 1990s
               4         37     guitarist         n        gɪˈtɑːrɪst       gitarist                  someone who plays the guitar, especially as their       I used to be a guitarist in a band.
               4         32     healthy           adj      ˈhelθi           zdrav                     good for your health                                    He tries to take exercise and eat healthy food.
               4         38     implant           v        ɪmˈplɑːnt        usaditi                   to place something into someone's body in a             A microchip can be implanted under the skin.
                                                                                                      medical operation
               4         32     importance        n        ɪmˈpɔːtəns       važnost                   how important someone or something is                The importance of this research cannot be
               4         38     in conclusion     phrase   ɪn kənˈkluːʒən   zaključno                 used to introduce the last part of a speech or piece In conclusion, I would like to wish everyone a
                                                                                                      of writing                                           good evening.
               4         32     increase          v        ɪnˈkriːs         produljiti                to get bigger or to make something bigger            You can increase your hours of work if you need
                                                                                                                                                           more money.
               4         38     invention         n        ɪnˈvenʃən        izum                      something that has been designed or made for the The heart monitor is an invention that has saved
                                                                                                      first time                                           lives.
               4         32     life expectancy   n        laɪf             očekivani životni vijek   the number of years that someone is likely to live   Scientists are working on giving us longer life
                                                           ɪkˈspektənsi                                                                                    expectancy.
               4         38     lifetime          n        ˈlaɪftaɪm        životni vijek             the period of time that someone is alive             Will this happen in our lifetime, do you think?
               4         34     longevity         n        lɒnˈdʒevəti      dugovječnost              living for a long time                               They believe that longevity is due to keeping
                                                                                                                                                           healthy and happy.
               4         38     Mars              n        mɑːz             Mars                      the planet that is fourth from the Sun, after the    The space shuttle will travel to Mars next year.
                                                                                                      Earth and before Jupiter
               4         38     meaningful        adj      ˈmiːnɪŋfəl       smislen                   intended to show a meaning                           She gave him a meaningful look.
               4         32     medical           adj      ˈmedɪkəl         medicinski                relating to medicine and different ways of curing    They provide medical care and support.
               4         32     nano-             prefix   ˈnænˌəʊ          nano-                     extremely small                                      Nanobots are extremely small robotic devices.
               4         38     opposing          adj      əˈpəʊzɪŋ         suprotan                  competing or fighting against each other             Opposing football supporters are often kept
               4         34     optimistic        adj      ˌɒptɪˈmɪstɪk     optimističan              always thinking that good things will happen         I am optimistic that life will get better in the
               4         32     overcrowded       adj      ˌəʊvəˈkraʊdɪd    prenapučen                containing too many people or things                 Many parts of the city have become
               4         34     partner           n        ˈpɑːtnə          partner                   someone that you are married to or having a sexual They are not married, but describe themselves
                                                                                                      relationship with                                    as life partners.
               4         37     pessimistic       adj      ˌpesɪˈmɪstɪk     pesimističan              always believing that bad things will happen         I feel pessimistic about my exam results.
               4         34     pet               n        pet              kućni ljubimac            an animal that someone keeps in their home           Do you have any pets?
               4         39     picnic            n        ˈpɪknɪk          piknik                    food that you take from your home to eat outside     Shall we go for a picnic tomorrow?
               4         33     pizza             n        ˈpiːtsə          pizza                     a flat, round piece of bread covered with tomato,    My favourite pizza is a margherita.
                                                                                                      cheese, etc and cooked in an oven
               4         35     plan              v        plæn             planirati                 to decide what you are going to do or how you are They are already planning their retirement.
                                                                                                      going to do something
               4         32     potentially       adv      pəʊˈtentʃəli     potencijalno              possibly                                             There could potentially be thousands of uses for
                                                                                                                                                           this invention.
               4         33     prediction        n        prɪˈdɪkʃən       predviđanje               when you say what you think will happen in the       Can you make a prediction about where you'll be
                                                                                                      future                                               next year?
               4         32     rate              n        reɪt             brzina                    the speed at which something happens                 His heart was beating at a very fast rate.
               4         34     record            n        ˈrekɔːd          rekord                    the best, biggest, longest, tallest, etc             He was trying to beat the record for world's
                                                                                                                                                           fastest cyclist.
               4         34     relax             v        rɪˈlæks          opuštati se               to (cause someone to) become less active and         Some people relax by watching TV, others by
                                                                                                      more calm and happy, or to (cause a part of the      reading.
                                                                                                      body to) become less stiff
               4         32     resource          n        rɪˈzɔːs          izvor                     something that a country, person, or organization    They are running out of essential resources such
                                                                                                      has which they can use                               as food and water.
               4         36     soak              v        səʊk             natopiti                  to make something very wet                           The rain has soaked through my coat.

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               Unit      Page   English Word         Part of IPA                 Croatian*                 Definition                                                 Example sentence
                         no.                         speech                      Hrvatski*
               4         32     solution             n       səˈluːʃən           rješenje                  the way to stop a problem                                  We need to find a solution to our energy crisis.

               4         32     solve                v        sɒlv               riješiti                  to find the answer to something or to stop a               I am sure that together we can solve the
                                                                                                           problem                                                    mystery.
               4         38     sometime             adv      ˈsʌmtaɪm           jednom                    at a time in the future or the past which is not           Let's meet up sometime for a coffee.
                                                                                                           known or not stated
               4         38     sort                 n        sɔːt               vrsta                     a type of something                                        What sort of TV programme do you like?
               4         35     stressful            adj      ˈstresfʊl          stresan                   making someone worry a lot                                 Her job is very stressful.
               4         32     stuck                adj      stʌk               zarobljen                 not able to move anywhere                                  We were stuck at the airport for twelve hours.
               4         32     sunlight             n        ˈsʌnlaɪt           sunčeva svjetlost         the light from the sun                                     Sunlight poured through the open windows.
               4         38     teacher              n        ˈtiːtʃə            nastavnik                 someone whose job is to teach in a school,                 I hope to become a teacher.
                                                                                                           college, etc
               4         32     technology           n        tekˈnɒlədʒi        tehnologija               knowledge, equipment, and methods that are used            New technology has made some things in life
                                                                                                           in science and industry                                    easier.
               4         38     underwater           adj      ˌʌndəˈwɔːtə        podvodni                  under the surface of water                                 I'd like to stay in an underwater hotel.
               4         35     until                conj     ənˈtɪl             do                        continuing to happen before a particular time or           He was up until two o'clock in the morning.
                                                                                                           event and then stopping
               4         32     virtual reality      n        ˈvɜːtʃuəl riˈæləti virtualna stvarnost       when a computer produces images and sounds                 Virtual reality can help with certain medical
                                                                                                           that make you feel an imagined situation is real           procedures.
               4         37     waste                v        weɪst              tratiti                   to use too much of something or use something              I don't want to waste any more time so let's start.
                                                                                                           badly when there is a limited amount of it
               5         43     absolutely           adv      ˌæbsəˈluːtli       vrlo                      completely                                                 That's absolutely fantastic news!
               5         44     advertise            v        ˈædvətaɪz          promovirati               to tell people about something, on television or in        We need to think of good ways to advertise our
                                                                                                           newspapers, etc, so that people will buy it                product.
               5         40     apprentice           n        əˈprentɪs          početnik                  a person who is learning a job by working for              You could get a job as an apprentice builder.
                                                                                                           someone who already has skills and experience
               5         45     aspect               n        ˈæspekt            aspekt                    one part of a situation, problem, or subject               What aspect of foreign travel appeals to you
               5         41     audience             n        ˈɔːdiəns           publika                   the people who sit and watch a performance at a            The audience stood and clapped at the end of
                                                                                                           theatre, cinema, etc                                       the show.
               5         42     audition             v        ɔːˈdɪʃən           audicija                  to give a short performance in order to show your          I'd like to audition for the main part in the play.
                                                                                                           suitability for a role in a film, play, show, etc, or to
                                                                                                           make someone do this
               5         43     boiling              adj      ˈbɔɪlɪŋ            vreo                      very hot                                                   Turn the heating down please; I'm boiling!
               5         44     bond                 v        bɒnd               povezati se               to develop a close connection or strong                    Talking about shared interests is a good way of
                                                                                                           relationship with someone                                  bonding with other people.
               5         44     Brazil               n        brəˈzɪl            Brazil                    a country in South America                                 People speak Portuguese in Brazil.
               5         43     brilliant            adj      ˈbrɪliənt          briljantan, sjajan        very good                                                  Her new film is absolutely brilliant!
               5         40     bungee jumping       n        ˈbʌndʒi            bungee jumping            the sport of jumping off a very high bridge or             Have you ever tried bungee jumping?
                                                              ˈdʒʌmpɪŋ                                     similar structure, with a long elastic rope tied to
                                                                                                           your legs, so that the rope pulls you back before
                                                                                                           you hit the ground
               5         44     charity              n        ˈtʃærɪti           dobrotvorna               an official organization that gives money, food, or        Please give the money to your favourite charity.
                                                                                 organizacija              help to people who need it
               5         44     China                n        ˈtʃaɪnə            Kina                      a country in Asia                                          The Great Wall of China is world famous.
               5         44     classmate            n        ˈklɑːsmeɪt         kolega                    someone who is in your class at school or college          Ask your classmates for ideas.

               5         44     clip                 n        klɪp               video isječak             a short part of a film                                     The programme had lots of clips from old films.

               5         40     club                 n        klʌb               klub                      a team                                                     Barcelona are an exciting club this year.
               5         40     complete             v        kəmˈpliːt          ispuniti                  to finish doing or making something                        The palace took over twenty years to complete.

               5         44     contain              v        kənˈteɪn           sadržavati                If one thing contains another, it has it inside it.        This rucksack contains everything I need for the
               5         40     contestant           n        kənˈtestənt        natjecatelj               someone who competes in a contest                          All the contestants have to have medical
               5         40     couple               n        ˈkʌpəl             ljubavni par              two people who are married or having a romantic            They have been a couple for five years now.
               5         44     currency             n        ˈkʌrənsi           valuta                    the units of money used in a particular country            I need to change my money into local currency

               5         42     dancer               n        ˈdɑːntsə           plesač                    someone who dances either as a job or for                  You need to train hard to become a dancer.
               5         40     destination          n        ˌdestɪˈneɪʃən      odredište                 the place where someone or something is going              You can go to many different destinations by
               5         44     donate               v        dəˈneɪt            darovati                  to give something, especially money, to a person or        Please donate as much as you can.
                                                                                                           organization that needs help
               5         41     episode              n        ˈepɪsəʊd           epizoda                   one programme of a series shown on television              I can't wait to see the next episode!
               5         44     evening              n        ˈiːvənɪŋ           večer                     the part of the day between the afternoon and the          What will you do this evening?
               5         40     ex-                  prefix   eks                bivši                     used to show that someone is no longer what they           I got a call from my ex-boyfriend yesterday.
               5         43     excellent            adj      ˈeksələnt          odličan                   very good, or of a very high quality                       This is an excellent piece of work!
               5         43     exhausted            adj      ɪgˈzɔːstɪd         iscrpljen                 very tired                                                 You look exhausted; go to bed.
               5         44     face                 n        feɪs               lice                      the front part of the head where the eyes, nose,           She has a lovely face.
                                                                                                           and mouth are
               5         42     fame                 n        feɪm               slava                     when you are known by many people                          He doesn't enjoy fame and having a lot of
               5         40     fancy                v        ˈfænsi             sviđati se                to want to have or do something                            Do you fancy coming for a walk?
               5         43     fantastic            adj      fænˈtæstɪk         fantastičan               (informal) very good                                       He looks fantastic in that suit.
               5         45     finding              n        ˈfaɪndɪŋ           pronalazak                a piece of information that has been discovered as         The report's findings showed that women live
                                                                                                           a result of an official study                              longer than men.
               5         44     gift                 n        gɪft               poklon                    something that you give to someone, usually on a           We gave him a signed book as a leaving gift.
                                                                                                           special day
               5         44     guide                n        gaɪd               priručnik                 a book that gives information about something or           a guide to the birds of North America
                                                                                                           tells you how to do something
               5         45     half                 n        hɑːf               polovica                  one of two equal parts of something; ½                     I don't want a whole doughnut, just give me half.

               5         45     hang out             v        hæŋ aʊt            provoditi vrijeme        to spend a lot of time in a particular place or with a      I'm just hanging out at home.
                                                                                                          particular group of people
               5         42     have what it takes   v      hæv wɒt ɪt           imati što je potrebno za (US) To have what it takes is to have the qualities         Do you think you have what it takes to be a star?
                                                            teɪks                                         or character needed to be successful.
               5         43     hilarious            adj    hɪˈleəriəs           urnebesan                extremely funny                                             He is hilarious when he tells a story.
               5         43     hot                  adj    hɒt                  vruć                     very warm                                                   It's so hot in here!
               5         41     housework            n      ˈhaʊswɜːk            kućanski poslovi         the work that you do to keep your house clean               I need to do my housework at the weekends.
               5         44     hundred              number ˈhʌndrəd             sto                      the number 100 written                                      Over a hundred people attended the talk.
               5         45     instant messaging    n      ˈɪnstənt             slanje trenutačnih       a system on the internet which makes it possible to         He uses instant messaging to keep in touch with
                                                            ˈmesɪdʒɪŋ            poruka                   send messages quickly between two people using              his friends.
                                                                                                          the system
               5         40     invent               v        ɪnˈvent            izumiti                  to design or make something new                             I would like to invent a new type of phone.
               5         44     Iran                 n        ɪˈrɑːn             Iran                     a country in Asia                                           This social networking site is popular in Iran.
               5         44     join in              v        dʒɔɪn ɪn           pridružiti se            to become involved in an activity with other people         I'd love to join in but I don't know how.

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               Unit      Page   English Word     Part of IPA                 Croatian*              Definition                                              Example sentence
                         no.                     speech                      Hrvatski*
               5         44     kg               n       ˈkɪləgræm           kg                     written abbreviation for kilogram                       Only 20 kg of luggage is permitted.
               5         40     kilo             n       ˈkiːləʊ             kilogram               a kilogram: a unit for measuring weight, equal to       I need a kilo of sugar to make jam.
                                                                                                    1000 grams
               5         44     logo             n       ˈləʊgəʊ             logotip, znak          a special design that a company uses to sell its        Their logo is recognised by many people.
               5         44     Malaysia         n       məˈleɪziə           Malezija               a country in Asia                                       Her father comes from Malaysia.
               5         45     mall             n       mɔːl                trgovački centar       a large, covered shopping area                          a shopping mall
               5         40     married          adj     ˈmærid              vjenčan                A married man or woman has a wife or husband.           When will you get married, do you think?
               5         41     millionaire      n       ˌmɪljəˈneə          milijunaš              a very rich person                                      Would you like to be a millionaire?
               5         41     mobile phone     n       ˈməʊbaɪl fəʊn       mobitel                a telephone that you can carry everywhere with          Do you have a mobile phone?
               5         42     nation           n       ˈneɪʃən             nacija                 a country or the people living in a country             It is described as the nation's favourite TV
               5         44     New Zealand      n       ˌnjuː ˈziːlənd      Novi Zeland            a country consisting of a group of islands to the       New Zealand is 2000 kilometres southeast of
                                                                                                    southeast of Australia                                  Australia.
               5         41     obligation       n       ˌɒblɪˈgeɪʃən        obveza                 something that you have to do because it is your        Wearing a seatbelt in your car is a legal
                                                                                                    duty                                                    obligation these days.
               5         45     p.m.             n       ˌpiːˈem             poslijepodne           used when you are referring to a time after twelve      She goes to bed at 10p.m.
                                                                                                    o'clock in the middle of the day, but before twelve
                                                                                                    o'clock in the middle of the night
               5         40     participant      n       pɑːˈtɪsɪpənt        sudionik               someone who does an activity with other people          All the participants are given a map and
               5         40     PC               n       ˌpiːˈsiː            osobno računalo        a personal computer (=a computer for one person         Do have a PC in your bedroom?
                                                                                                    to use)
               5         42     percentage       n       pəˈsentɪdʒ          postotak               an amount of something, expressed as a number           What percentage of your friends have laptops?
                                                                                                    out of 100
               5         42     permission       n       pəˈmɪʃən            dopuštenje             when you allow someone to do something                  You will need to ask permission before phoning.

               5         41     presenter        n       prɪˈzentə           voditelj               someone who introduces a radio or television            She works as a TV presenter.
               5         42     prohibition      n       ˌprəʊɪˈbɪʃən        zabrana                when something is officially forbidden, or not          There is a prohibtion on smoking in public
                                                                                                    allowed, or an order forbidding something               buildings.
               5         42     project          n       ˈprɒdʒekt           projekt                a piece of school work that involves detailed study     I've got a big project to do for homework.
                                                                                                    of a subject
               5         43     puppy            n       ˈpʌpi               štene                  a young dog                                             Oh, you've got a new puppy!
               5         40     puzzle           n       ˈpʌzəl              zagonetka              a game or activity in which you have to put pieces      I did a crossword puzzle to pass the time.
                                                                                                    together or answer questions using skill
               5         45     quarter          n       ˈkwɔːtə             četvrtina              one of four equal parts of something; ¼                 More than a quarter of my pay goes on food.
               5         40     realistic        adj     ˌrɪəˈlɪstɪk         stvaran                seeming to exist or be happening in fact                The characters are very realistic.
               5         40     reality TV       n       riˈæləti ˌtiːˈviː   reality show           television programmes about ordinary people who         They enjoy watching reality TV shows.
                                                                                                    are filmed in real situations
               5         44     register         v       ˈredʒɪstə           registrirati se        to put information about someone or something,          You will need to register if you want to get
                                                                                                    especially a name, on an official list                  information.
               5         44     rice             n       raɪs                riža                   small grains from a plant that are cooked and           Would you like rice or potatoes with that?
               5         40     roll             v       rəʊl                okretati se            to move somewhere by turning in a circular              The dog rolled over onto its back.
                                                                                                    direction, or to make something move this way
               5         44     schoolgirl       n       ˈskuːlgɜːl          školarka               a girl who goes to school                               She was still a schoolgirl when she became
               5         44     schoolwork       n       ˈskuːlwɜːk          zadaća                 studying done by a child at school or at home           Make sure you get all your schoolwork done on
               5         41     series           n       ˈsɪəriːz            serija                 many things or events of the same type that come        It was originally made as a TV series.
                                                                                                    one after the other
               5         40     sheep            n       ʃiːp                ovca                   a farm animal whose skin is covered with wool           The sheep were grazing peacefully in the field.
               5         44     signature        n       ˈsɪgnətʃə           potpis                 your name written in your own way which is difficult    Please put your signature on this form.
                                                                                                    for someone else to copy
               5         41     sitcom           n       ˈsɪtkɒm             humoristična serija    a funny television programme that is about the          He stars in a popular sitcom.
                                                                                                    same group of people every week in different
               5         44     site             n       saɪt                web stranica           website (=an area on the Internet where                 This is one of the most popular sites on the
                                                                                                    information about a particular subject, organization,   Internet.
                                                                                                    etc can be found)
               5         44     slogan           n       ˈsləʊgən            geslo                  a short phrase that is easy to remember and is          We'll need to think of a good slogan.
                                                                                                    used to make people notice something
               5         44     smiley           adj     ˈsmaɪli             nasmiješen             A smiley person or someone who has a smiley face        They are both lovely, smiley people.
                                                                                                    looks friendly and smiles a lot.
               5         41     soap             n       səʊp                TV sapunica            a television programme about the lives of a group       Teenagers especially love this soap.
                                                                                                    of people that is shown every week
               5         44     social network   n       ˈsəʊʃəl ˈnetwɜːk društvena mreža           an online service that allows people to use the         Are you part of any social network?
                                                                                                    internet to communicate with each other
               5         44     South Korea      n       saʊθ kəˈriːə        Južna Koreja           a country in East Asia                                  The capital of South Korea is Seoul.
               5         43     special effect   n       ˈspeʃəl ɪˈfekt      specijalni efekt       an unusual piece of action in a film, or an             The film has lots of special effects.
                                                                                                    entertainment on a stage, created by using
                                                                                                    particular equipment
               5         43     starving         adj     ˈstɑːvɪŋ            jako gladan            very hungry                                             What have you got to eat? I'm starving!
               5         40     stressed         adj     strest              koji je pod stresom    worried and not able to relax                           I've been feeling very stressed about work.
               5         44     successfully     adv     səkˈsesfəlli        uspješno               achieving what you want to achieve                      I have successfully completed the first part of my
               5         40     task             n       tɑːsk               zadatak                a piece of work, especially something unpleasant        We were asked to do different tasks.
                                                                                                    or difficult
               5         44     taste            n       teɪst               ukus                   the particular things you like, such as styles of       We have very different tastes in books.
                                                                                                    music, clothes, decoration, etc
               5         42     teen             n       tiːn                tinejdžer              teenager                                                Teens like to spend time together.
               5         45     telephone        n       ˈtelɪfəʊn           telefon                a piece of equipment that is used to talk to            Please include a daytime telephone number.
                                                                                                    someone who is in another place
               5         44     tradition        n       trəˈdɪʃən           tradicija              a custom or way of behaving that has continued for      We have certain traditions at this time of year.
                                                                                                    a long time in a group of people
               5         45     Turkey           n       ˈtɜːki              Turska                 a country in southeast Europe                           We will go on holiday to Turkey this summer.
               5         45     Turkish          n/adj   ˈtɜːkɪʃ             turski jezik, turski   of or from Turkey                                       They love the Turkish coast.
               5         44     United States    n       juːˌnaɪtɪd          Sjedinjene Države      a country in North America                              The United States of America is a republic of fifty
                                                         ˈsteɪts                                                                                            states.
               5         44     Uruguay          n       ˈjʊərəgwaɪ          Urugvaj                a country in South America                              Uruguay is south of Brazil.
               5         44     user             n       ˈjuːzə              korisnik               someone who uses a product, machine, or service         Many people are internet users these days.

               5         40     viewer           n       ˈvjuːə              gledatelj              someone who watches a television programme              Our programme has more viewers than any
               5         41     viewing figure   n       ˈvjuːɪŋ ˈfɪgə       podaci o gledanosti    the number of people watching a TV programme            Viewing figures are high for TV talent shows.
               5         44     virtual          adj     ˈvɜːtʃuəl           virtualan              using computer images and sounds that make you          She has a virtual character who is nothing like
                                                                                                    think an imagined situation is real                     her.
               5         40     volleyball       n       ˈvɒlibɔːl           odbojka                a game in which two teams use their hands to hit a      Do you play volleyball?
                                                                                                    ball over a net

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               Unit      Page   English Word    Part of IPA                Croatian*                    Definition                                              Example sentence
                         no.                    speech                     Hrvatski*
               6         46     act             v       ækt                djelovati                    to do something to stop a problem                       I felt I couldn't just sit there − I had to act to stop
                                                                                                                                                                the violence.
               6         51     activist        n       ˈæktɪvɪst          aktivist                     someone who tries to cause social or political          She works as a human rights activist.
               6         50     admit           v       ədˈmɪt             priznati                     to agree that you did something bad, or that            I had to admit I'd never actually read the book.
                                                                                                        something bad is true
               6         46     affect          v       əˈfekt             imati utjecaj                to make problems for someone or something or            How has this new law affected your business?
                                                                                                        change them
               6         49     announce        v       əˈnaʊnts           objaviti                     to tell people new information, especially officially   The government has announced major cuts in
               6         47     appreciate      v       əˈpriːʃieɪt        cijeniti                     to feel grateful for something                          I appreciate everything you have done for me.
               6         48     area            n       ˈeəriə             područje                     a part of a country or city                             There will be a special area for young people.
               6         52     ban             v       bæn                zabraniti                    to officially stop a person or many people from         Do you think chewing-gum should be banned?
                                                                                                        doing something
               6         52     billionaire     n       ˌbɪliəˈneə         milijarder                   a person whose wealth is at least 1 000 000 000 in      The website has made him the youngest
                                                                                                        their country's money                                   billionaire in the world.
               6         46     blame           v       bleɪm              okriviti                     to say that someone or something has done               You can't blame your parents for everything!
                                                                                                        something bad
               6         49     building        n       ˈbɪldɪŋ            građevina                    a structure with walls and a roof, such as a house      There will be a new building for sports activities.
                                                                                                        or school
               6         46     built-in        adj     ˌbɪltˈɪn           ugrađen                      included as part of the main structure of something     All the bathrooms have built-in showers.

               6         53     cable TV        n       ˈkeɪbəl ˌtiːˈviː   kabelska televizija          a system of sending television pictures and sound       Do you have cable TV at your house?
                                                                                                        along wires buried under the ground
               6         52     campaign        n       kæmˈpeɪn           kampanja                     a group of activities which are planned to get a        He's joined a campaign to encourage reading.
               6         50     choice          n       tʃɔɪs              izbor                        when you can choose between two or more things        I felt as if I didn't have any choice except to
               6         50     cleaner         n       ˈkliːnə            čistač                       someone whose job is to clean houses, offices,        The cleaners will come in the morning.
                                                                                                        and other places
               6         48     committee       n       kəˈmɪti            odbor                        a group of people who represent a larger              She's a member of the committee.
                                                                                                        organization and make decisions for it
               6         46     complicated     adj     ˈkɒmplɪkeɪtɪd      kompliciran                  with many different parts and difficult to understand It's quite a complicated matter.

               6         52     compromise      n       ˈkɒmprəmaɪz        kompromis                    when you agree to something which is not exactly        If two people disagree it's important to find a
                                                                                                        what you want                                           compromise.
               6         52     concern         n       kənˈsɜːn           zabrinutost                  a feeling of worry about something                      He felt concern for her well-being.
               6         52     conclude        v       kənˈkluːd          završiti                     to end something                                        I concluded by thanking everyone for coming.
               6         51     confront        v       kənˈfrʌnt          suočiti se                   to tell someone something, or show them                 You will need to confront your boss about his
                                                                                                        something to try to make them admit they have           bullying behaviour.
                                                                                                        done something wrong
               6         46     continue        v       kənˈtɪnjuː         nastaviti                    to keep happening or doing something                    The school continues to get bigger.
               6         51     contractor      n       kənˈtræktə         izvoditelj radova            a person or company that supplies goods or does         I work as a building contractor.
                                                                                                        work for other people
               6         52     council         n       ˈkaʊnsəl           vijeće                       a group of people elected or chosen to make             She was elected to the school council.
                                                                                                        decisions or give advice on a particular subject, to
                                                                                                        represent a particular group of people, or to run a
                                                                                                        particular organization
               6         47     crazy           adj     ˈkreɪzi            sulud                        stupid or strange                                       Do you think this is a crazy idea?
               6         47     crop            n       krɒp               usjev                        a plant such as a grain, fruit, or vegetable that is    Wheat is the main crop grown here.
                                                                                                        grown in large amounts by farmers
               6         49     decorate        v       ˈdekəreɪt          obojiti, zalijepiti tapete   to put paint or paper on the walls of a room or         We'll decorate the hall ourselves; we both like
                                                                                                        building                                                painting.
               6         46     disappearance   n       ˌdɪsəˈpɪərəns      nestanak                     when someone or something suddenly goes                 How can we explain the disappearance of these
                                                                                                        somewhere and is impossible to see or find              songbirds from our countryside?
               6         52     dramatically    adv     drəˈmætɪkəli       dramatično                   suddenly or obviously                                   The numbers of prisoners have increased
               6         49     dye             v       daɪ                obojiti                      to change the colour of something by using a dye        She dyed her hair bright pink.

               6         48     effort          n       ˈefət              trud                         the energy that you need to do something          You can do it if you make a bit more effort.
               6         50     encourage       v       ɪnˈkʌrɪdʒ          poticati                     to say good things to someone that will make them I encouraged her to try again.
                                                                                                        confident about doing something
               6         46     Europe          n       ˈjʊərəp            Europa                       a continent                                       She is planning to travel around Europe by train.

               6         46     evaluate        v       ɪˈvæljueɪt         procijeniti                  to consider or study something carefully and            We need to evaluate how much money we'll
                                                                                                        decide how good or bad it is                            need for the project.
               6         53     examine         v       ɪgˈzæmɪn           pregledati                   to look at someone or something very carefully,         Let's examine the reasons why you want to go.
                                                                                                        especially to try to discover something
               6         49     exploration     n       ˌekspləˈreɪʃən     istraživanje                 when you search and find out about something            The exploration of the moon's surface continues.

               6         53     explore         v       ɪkˈsplɔː           istraživati                  to go around a place where you have never been          Come on, let's explore the house!
                                                                                                        in order to find out what is there
               6         52     express         v       ɪkˈspres           izraziti                     to show what you think or how you feel using            It's good to express your feelings.
                                                                                                        words or actions
               6         46     frequently      adv     ˈfriːkwəntli       učestalo                     often                                                   We frequently meet in town.
               6         51     German          n/adj   ˈdʒɜːmən           njemački jezik,              the language of Germany, Austria and parts of           Do you speak German?
                                                                           njemački                     Switzerland
               6         49     habitat         n       ˈhæbɪtæt           stanište                     the natural environment of an animal or plant          The rainforest is the natural habitat of many
               6         46     harmful         adj     ˈhɑːmfəl           štetan                       causing damage or injury                               Too much sugar can be harmful for your teeth.
               6         46     hive            n       haɪv               košnica                      a special container where people keep bees             The bees gathered around the hive.
               6         50     homeless        adj     ˈhəʊmləs           bez kuće                     without a place to live                                The magazine helps homeless people to get
               6         53     investigate     v       ɪnˈvestɪgeɪt       istraživati                  to try to get all the facts about something            They are investigating the problem.
               6         47     long-term       adj     ˌlɒŋˈtɜːm          dugoročan                    continuing a long time into the future                 We don't know the long-term effects of this new
               6         47     lose            v       luːz               izgubiti                     to stop having someone or something that you had I lost both my grandparents when I was young.
               6         48     mess            n       mes                zbrka, nered                 a situation that is full of problems                   I've made a real mess of my exams - I must
                                                                                                                                                               study harder.
               6         46     mobile          n       ˈməʊbaɪl           mobitel                      a mobile phone                                         Could I borrow your mobile please?
               6         52     motorway        n       ˈməʊtəweɪ          autocesta                    a long, wide road, usually used by traffic travelling He enjoys driving on motorways.
               6         47     navigate        v       ˈnævɪgeɪt          naći put                     to find the right direction to travel by using maps or You drive the car and I'll navigate.
                                                                                                        other equipment
               6         46     navigation      n       ˌnævɪˈgeɪʃən       navigacija                   the act of directing a ship, aircraft, etc from one    Sailors used the stars for navigation.
                                                                                                        place to another, or the science of finding a way
                                                                                                        from one place to another
               6         46     number          n       ˈnʌmbə             broj                         an amount or total                                     A large number of people prefer having a holiday
                                                                                                                                                               at home.
               6         52     peaceful        adj     ˈpiːsfəl           miran                        quiet and calm                                         We live in a peaceful village.

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               Unit      Page   English Word      Part of IPA             Croatian*              Definition                                               Example sentence
                         no.                      speech                  Hrvatski*
               6         48     picture           n       ˈpɪktʃə         slika, predodžba       an idea of what something is like                        After reading the report I had a much better
                                                                                                                                                          picture of the situation.
               6         49     pierce            v       pɪəs            probušiti              to make a hole in something using a sharp point          He got his ear pierced recently.
               6         53     planet            n       ˈplænɪt         planet                 a large, round object in space that moves around         She knows all the names of the planets.
                                                                                                 the sun or another star
               6         48     planner           n       ˈplænə          projektant             someone whose job is to plan things, especially          a systems planner
                                                                                                 which buildings are built in towns
               6         51     playground        n       ˈpleɪgraʊnd     igralište              an area of land where children can play, especially      A new playground is needed for local children.
                                                                                                 at a school
               6         52     police            n       pəˈliːs         policija               the organization that makes people obey the law          The police will be present in large numbers.
                                                                                                 and that protects people against crime
               6         52     politician        n       ˌpɒlɪˈtɪʃən     političar              someone who works in politics, especially a              She has been a politician for twenty years.
                                                                                                 member of the government
               6         47     pollinate         v       ˈpɒləneɪt       oprašiti               to carry pollen from one plant to another so that        Bees are needed to pollinate flowers.
                                                                                                 they can be fertilized (=made able to produce new
               6         50     principal         n       ˈprɪnsəpəl      ravnatelj              the person in charge of a school or college              Every school needs a good principal.
               6         46     proof             n       pruːf           dokaz                  a fact or a piece of information that shows              You say he did it, but do you have any proof?
                                                                                                 something exists or is true
               6         52     proposal          n       prəˈpəʊzəl      prijedlog              a suggestion for a plan                                  There is a proposal to build a new hotel there.
               6         51     protest           n       ˈprəʊtest       prosvjed               when people show that they disagree with                 We are going on a protest against the
                                                                                                 something by standing somewhere, shouting,               destruction of this house.
                                                                                                 carrying signs, etc
               6         51     protester         n       prəʊˈtestə      prosvjednik            someone who shows that they disagree with                Police arrested forty protesters today.
                                                                                                 something by standing somewhere, shouting,
                                                                                                 carrying signs, etc
               6         52     quality           n       ˈkwɒləti        kvaliteta              how good or bad something is                             The speakers are of a very high quality.
               6         46     radiation         n       ˌreɪdiˈeɪʃən    zračenje               energy from heat or light that you cannot see            Some people worry that radiation from mobile
                                                                                                                                                          phones might be harmful.
               6         48     redevelop         v       ˌriːdɪˈveləp    obnoviti               to make a place more modern by improving old             The centre of town has been completely
                                                                                                 buildings or building new ones                           redeveloped.
               6         50     rent              n       rent            stanarina              the amount of money that you pay to live in a            She can't afford the rent for her flat anymore.
                                                                                                 building that someone else owns
               6         53     repair            v       rɪˈpeə          popraviti              to fix something that is broken or damaged               Can you repair this broken radio?
               6         46     ruin              v       ˈruːɪn          uništiti               to spoil or destroy something                            His injury ruined his chances to play in the final.

               6         46     scientist         n       ˈsaɪəntɪst      znanstvenik            someone who studies science or works in science          Scientists have found new ways of preventing
               6         49     shave             v       ʃeɪv            obrijati se            to cut hair off your face or body                        He likes to shave every morning.
               6         50     shelter           n       ˈʃeltə          dom                    a building where people with no home can live for        She runs a shelter for homeless women.
                                                                                                 a short time
               6         49     site              n       saɪt            lokacija               an area that is used for something or where          A site for the new school has been found, and
                                                                                                 something happens                                    building begins next month.
               6         52     situated          adj     ˈsɪtjueɪtɪd     smješten               in a particular position                             Our house is situated near a river.
               6         52     state             v       steɪt           izjaviti               to officially say or write something                 Please state your name and address when
               6         52     strongly          adv     ˈstrɒŋli        ozbiljno, zaista       very much or in a very serious way                   I feel very strongly about this.
               6         52     support           v       səˈpɔːt         potkrijepiti           to agree with an idea, group, or person              Do you support the plan to build new houses
               6         53     sure              adj     ʃɔː             siguran                certain                                              Are you sure that your bag has been stolen?
               6         52     surroundings      n       səˈraʊndɪŋz     okolica                the place where someone or something is and the Some animals can match the colour of their
                                                                                                 things that are in it                                surroundings so that it's difficult to see them.
               6         46     survival          n       səˈvaɪvəl       preživljavanje         when someone continues to live, especially after a Water is essential for survival.
                                                                                                 dangerous situation
               6         50     survive           v       səˈvaɪv         preživjeti             to continue to live after almost dying because of an She was in a serious car accident and was lucky
                                                                                                 accident, illness, etc                               to survive.
               6         46     system            n       ˈsɪstəm         sustav                 a way or method of doing things                      What system of counting do you use?
               6         48     temporary         adj     ˈtempərəri      privremen              existing or happening for only a short time          This is just a temporary place to stay until I get
                                                                                                                                                      my own place.
               6         46     theory            n       ˈθɪəri          teorija                an idea or set of ideas that explains something      She has a theory that the Internet makes people
                                                                                                                                                      more sociable.
               6         46     thumb             n       θʌm             palac                  the short, thick finger on the side of your hand     He put his thumb up to say 'ok'.
               6         53     uniform           n       ˈjuːnɪfɔːm      uniforma               a special set of clothes that are worn by people     He hates having to wear a school uniform.
                                                                                                 who do a particular job or children at school
               6         47     unused            adj     ʌnˈjuːzd        nekorišten             not used now or not used before now                  They are planning to turn unused buildings into
               6         52     valley            n       ˈvæli           dolina                 an area of low land between hills or mountains       The river flows through a deep valley.
               6         52     village           n       ˈvɪlɪdʒ         selo                   a place where people live in the countryside which The people in the village seem very friendly.
                                                                                                 is smaller than a town
               6         49     winner            n       ˈwɪnə           pobjednik              someone who wins a game, competition, or             So who's the winner?
               6         50     yeah              excl    jeə             je                     (informal) yes                                       I asked him if he was all right. 'Yeah, I'm ok' he
               7         59     addictive         adj     əˈdɪktɪv        koji stvara ovisnost   describes an activity or food that you cannot stop   Do you think that computer games can be
                                                                                                 doing or eating once you have started                addictive?
               7         58     additive          n       ˈædətɪv         aditiv                 a chemical which is added to food in order to make There are a lot of additives in fizzy drinks.
                                                                                                 it taste or look better or to keep it fresh
               7         54     adventure         n       ədˈventʃə       pustolovina            an exciting and sometimes dangerous experience A trip to a new city can be an adventure.

               7         55     afford            v       əˈfɔːd          priuštiti              to have enough money to buy something or                 I'd love a new dress but sadly I can't afford one
                                                                                                 enough time to do something                              at the moment.
               7         58     amount            n       əˈmaʊnt         količina               how much there is of something                           You need to make sure you have the right
                                                                                                                                                          amount of money.
               7         54     battle            n       ˈbætəl          borba                  an argument between two groups or against a              The battle for women's rights still goes on.
                                                                                                 situation that a group wants to change
               7         54     beast             n       biːst           zvijer                 an animal, especially a large or wild one                In the story the boy becomes friends with wild
               7         54     boarding school   n       ˈbɔːdɪŋ skuːl   internat               a school where students live and study                   At what age did you go away to boarding
               7         54     buy               v       baɪ             kupiti                 to get something by giving money for it                  I need to buy some new clothes.
               7         54     castle            n       ˈkɑːsəl         dvorac                 a large, strong building that was built in the past to   We like visiting old castles in Scotland.
                                                                                                 protect the people inside from being attacked
               7         54     character         n       ˈkærəktə        lik                    a person in a book, film, etc                            Who is your favourite character in the film?
               7         54     charming          adj     ˈtʃɑːmɪŋ        šarmantan              nice and attractive                                      Your husband is a very charming man.
               7         54     chase             v       tʃeɪs           loviti                 to run after someone or something in order to catch      My dog keeps chasing cats.
               7         58     chemical          n       ˈkemɪkəl        kemijski spoj          a substance that is used in chemistry or produced        Some of these food have had chemicals added
                                                                                                 by chemistry                                             to them.
               7         59     chicken           n       ˈtʃɪkɪn         piletina               the meat of a chicken                                    Could I have a chicken sandwich, please.
               7         54     classic           adj     ˈklæsɪk         klasičan               typical                                                  This is a classic example of people being too
                                                                                                                                                          busy to notice.

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               Unit      Page   English Word     Part of IPA              Croatian*            Definition                                               Example sentence
                         no.                     speech                   Hrvatski*
               7         59     consequence      n       ˈkɒnsɪkwəns      posljedica           the result of an action, especially a bad result    If you stay up late, you will have to face the
                                                                                                                                                   consequences tomorrow.
               7         54     crawl            v       krɔːl            puzati               to move on your hands and knees                     Babies usually learn to crawl before they can
               7         54     creature         n       ˈkriːtʃə         stvorenje            anything that lives but is not a plant              What sort of creature could have got into our
               7         54     cruel            adj     ˈkruːəl          okrutan              very unkind, or causing people or animals to suffer How could you be so cruel to me?

               7         54     dwarf            n       dwɔːf            patuljak             an imaginary creature like a little man, in children's   It's a story about seven dwarves who work in a
                                                                                               stories                                                  mine.
               7         54     eastern          adj     ˈiːstən          istočni              in or from the east part of an area                      Cambridge is in the eastern part of England.
               7         54     escape           v       ɪˈskeɪp          pobjeći              to succeed in getting away from a place where you        He was locked in his room but managed to
                                                                                               do not want to be                                        escape through a window.
               7         59     everywhere       adv     ˈevriweə         posvuda              in or to every place                                     I looked everywhere but couldn't find him.
               7         54     evil             adj     ˈiːvəl           zlo                  very bad and cruel                                       The judge described the man as evil.
               7         58     exceed           v       ɪkˈsiːd          prekoračiti          to be more than a particular number or amount            Our holiday hotel exceeded our expectations.
               7         59     fried            adj     fraɪd            pržen                cooked in hot oil or fat                                 Fried food is usually considered to be very
               7         54     gather           v       ˈgæðə            skupljati            to collect a lot of things together, often from          We enjoy gathering wild mushrooms in the
                                                                                               different places or people                               woods nearby.
               7         54     governess        n       ˈgʌvənəs         guvernanta           a woman employed to teach the children in a              She was an educated young woman who got a
                                                                                               family at home                                           job as a governness.
               7         56     graphics         n       ˈgræfɪks         grafika              images shown on a computer screen                        Computer graphics have become big business.

               7         54     headmaster       n       ˌhedˈmɑːstə      ravnatelj            a man who is in charge of a school                       He was the headmaster of a private school until
                                                                                                                                                        he retired last year.
               7         54     hunter           n       ˈhʌntə           lovac                a person or an animal that hunts animals for food        Lions are natural hunters.
                                                                                               or for sport
               7         59     in addition      adv     ɪn əˈdɪʃən       nadalje              as well (as)                                             In addition to this, there are other choices
               7         59     ingredient       n       ɪnˈgriːdiənt     sastojak             one of the different foods that a particular type of     Have you got all the ingredients to make a cake?
                                                                                               food is made from
               7         54     invisible        adj     ɪnˈvɪzəbəl       nevidljiv            Something that is invisible cannot be seen.              He believed the cloak would make him invisible.

               7         54     island           n       ˈaɪlənd          otok                 an area of land that has water around it              They live on an island off the coast of France.
               7         54     leader           n       ˈliːdə           vođa                 a person in control of a group, country, or situation He wants to be the leader of his political party.

               7         59     lifestyle        n       ˈlaɪfstaɪl       stil života          the way that you live                                    They have a very busy lifestyle.
               7         58     liquid           n       ˈlɪkwɪd          tekućina             a substance, for example water, that is not solid        Pour the liquid into a small bottle.
                                                                                               and that you can pour easily
               7         54     magic            adj     ˈmædʒɪk          čaroban              with special powers                                      I wish I had a magic ability to disappear.
               7         56     manoeuvre        n       məˈnuːvə         manevar              a movement that needs care or skill                      Getting the ball in the right hole is a tricky
               7         54     manor            n       ˈmænə            imanje               a large old house in the country with land               They live in a Scottish manor.
                                                                                               belonging to it
               7         54     mirror           n       ˈmɪrə            ogledalo             a piece of special glass in which you can see            I checked my appearance in the mirror.
               7         54     moody            adj     ˈmuːdi           promjenljivog        If someone is moody, they are often unfriendly           Sometimes she can be very moody.
                                                                          raspoloženja         because they feel angry or unhappy.
               7         54     mysterious       adj     mɪˈstɪəriəs      tajanstven           strange and not explained or understood            A mysterious mark had appeared on the wall.
               7         54     nasty            adj     ˈnɑːsti          gadan                very bad                                           She got a nasty cut on her hand.
               7         54     orphan           n       ˈɔːfən           siroče               a child whose parents are dead                     He became an orphan at three years old when
                                                                                                                                                  both his parents died in a car crash.
               7         54     papers           n       ˈpeɪpəz          dokumenti            official documents                                 The border guard asked to see their papers.
               7         54     persuade         v       pəˈsweɪd         nagovoriti           to make someone agree to do something by talking We persuaded him to come for a walk.
                                                                                               to them a lot about it
               7         58     play with fire   idiom   pleɪ wɪð faɪə    igrati se s vatrom   to act in a way that is very dangerous or risky    She's becoming too friendly with that man; I
                                                                                                                                                  think she's playing with fire.
               7         56     prepare          v       prɪˈpeə          pripremiti           to get someone or something ready for something I am preparing a special welcome for them.
                                                                                               in the future
               7         54     prisoner         n       ˈprɪzənə         zarobljenik          someone caught and guarded so that they cannot The pilot and several passengers were held
                                                                                               escape                                             prisoner by the gunmen for twenty-four hours.
               7         58     product          n       ˈprɒdʌkt         proizvod             something that someone makes so that they can      What sort of products does your company
                                                                                               sell it                                            make?
               7         55     progress         n       ˈprəʊgres        napredak             development and improvement of skills,             Are you making any progress with your project?
                                                                                               knowledge, etc
               7         56     relaxation       n       ˌriːlækˈseɪʃən   opuštanje            a pleasant activity which makes you become calm What do you do for relaxation?
                                                                                               and less worried
               7         54     riddle           n       ˈrɪdəl           zagonetka            a strange and difficult question that has a clever Many people have tried to solve the riddle and
                                                                                               and often funny answer                             failed.
               7         54     ring             n       rɪŋ              prsten               a round piece of jewellery that you wear on your   She wears lots of silver rings.
               7         58     safely           adv     ˈseɪfli          sigurno              in a safe way                                      They are learning how to cycle safely.
               7         57     sandwich         n       ˈsænwɪdʒ         sendvič              two slices of bread with meat, cheese, etc between I usually have a sandwich for lunch.
               7         54     schoolboy        n       ˈskuːlbɔɪ        školarac             a boy who goes to school                           As a schoolboy he started his own business
                                                                                                                                                  selling pens.
               7         59     secretly         adv     ˈsiːkrətli       potajno              doing something in a way that other people are not She was secretly writing a diary about her life.
                                                                                               allowed to know about
               7         59     shape            n       ʃeɪp             forma                To keep in shape means to stay healthy and         Yoga is good for keeping you in shape.
                                                                                               physically strong.
               7         59     smell            n       smel             miris                the quality that something has which you notice by I love the smell of newly washed hair.
                                                                                               using your nose
               7         56     strategy         n       ˈstrætədʒi       strategija           a plan that you use to do something                It's a game based on strategy and problem-
               7         59     sum up           v       sʌm ʌp           rezimirati           to describe or express the important facts or      I'll try to sum up the main arguments for you.
                                                                                               characteristics about something or someone
               7         59     taste            n       teɪst            okus                 the flavour of a particular food in your mouth     He doesn't like the taste of butter.
               7         58     tasty            adj     ˈteɪsti          ukusan               Food which is tasty has a good flavour and is nice This is a very tasty meal.
                                                                                               to eat.
               7         54     trap             v       træp             zatočiti             to catch an animal using a trap                    We trapped the mouse then set it free outside.
               7         58     uncomfortable    adj     ʌnˈkʌmftəbəl     neugodan             slightly embarrassed, or making you feel slightly  All this talk of money makes him feel
                                                                                               embarrassed                                        uncomfortable.
               7         59     unhealthy        adj     ʌnˈhelθi         nezdrav              likely to damage your health                       Sleeping too much or too little can be unhealthy.

               7         54     versus           prep    ˈvɜːsəs          protiv               used to say that one team or person is competing It's not always a case of good versus bad TV.
                                                                                               against another
               7         58     widely           adv     ˈwaɪdli          široko               having a larger distance from one side to the other Grinning widely, he ran over to her.
                                                                                               than is usual or expected
               8         60     accidentally     adv     ˌæksɪˈdentəli    slučajno             If you do something bad accidentally, you do it     I accidentally knocked over her cup of tea.
                                                                                               without wanting to.

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                         no.                          speech                   Hrvatski*
               8         62     arson                 n       ˈɑːsən           zlonamjerna paljevina    the crime of intentionally burning something, such   When the school burnt down last year, arson
                                                                                                        as a building                                        was supected.
               8         62     break the law         v       breɪk ðə lɔː     prekršiti zakon          to do something that the law says you must not do    If you get caught breaking the law, you will have
                                                                                                                                                             to go to court.
               8         64     breeze                n       briːz            povjetarac               a gentle wind                                        A warm summer breeze blew through the open
               8         62     burglary              n       ˈbɜːgləri        pljačka                  when someone gets into a building illegally and      Burglary is becoming more common in this part
                                                                                                        steals things                                        of town.
               8         66     burgle                v       ˈbɜːgəl          provaliti                to get into a building illegally and steal things    They came home to find their house had been
               8         60     calculate             v       ˈkælkjəleɪt      izračunati               to discover an amount or number using                You'll need to calculate how much money you'll
                                                                                                        mathematics                                          need for food.
               8         61     certainty             n       ˈsɜːtənti        sigurnost                when you are completely sure about something         There's one thing I can say with certainty:
                                                                                                                                                             mistakes were made.
               8         64     chorus                n       ˈkɔːrəs          refren                   the part of a song that is repeated many times       Everybody can join in singing the chorus.
               8         62     commit                v       kəˈmɪt           počiniti                 to do something bad or illegal                       If you commit a crime you might get sent to
               8         62     community service     n       kəˈmjuːnəti      društveno koristan rad   work that someone who has committed a crime          He was sentenced to sixty hours of community
                                                              ˈsɜːvɪs                                   does to help other people instead of going to prison service.

               8         66     convict               v       kɒnˈvɪkt         osuditi                  to decide officially in a court of law that someone     He was convicted of murder and sent to prison
                                                                                                        has done a crime                                        for life.
               8         66     crime                 n       kraɪm            zločin                   something someone does that is illegal                  This is a serious crime.
               8         62     criminal              n       ˈkrɪmɪnəl        kriminalac               someone who has done a crime                            If you steal because you are starving, are you a
               8         65     critic                n       ˈkrɪtɪk          kritičar                 someone whose job is to give their opinion of a         Some actors prefer not to read reviews by critics,
                                                                                                        book, play, film, etc                                   even good ones.
               8         65     disappointed          adj     ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪntɪd    razočaran                sad because something was not as good as you            She was disappointed when she didn't win first
                                                                                                        expected, or because something did not happen           prize.
               8         66     discussion            n       dɪˈskʌʃən        rasprava                 when people talk about something and tell each          Let's have a discussion about this.
                                                                                                        other their ideas or opinions
               8         67     engineering           n       ˌendʒɪˈnɪəɪŋ     strojarstvo              designing or building machines, engines or              She wants to study engineering.
                                                                                                        electrical equipment, or things such as roads,
                                                                                                        railways or bridges, using scientific principles.
               8         62     excitement            n       ɪkˈsaɪtmənt      uzbuđenje                when people feel very happy and interested              There was great excitement among the children
                                                                                                                                                                when they saw the presents.
               8         66     forum                 n       ˈfɔːrəm          forum                    a situation or meeting in which people can              a forum for debate/discussion
                                                                                                        exchange ideas and discuss things
               8         65     freeze                v       friːz            smrznuti (se)            If something freezes, it becomes hard and solid         It might freeze tonight.
                                                                                                        because it is very cold.
               8         67     get away with (sth)   v       get əˈweɪ wɪð    izvući se                to succeed in avoiding punishment for something         You told a lie; don't think you'll get away with it!

               8         60     girlfriend            n       ˈgɜːlfrend       cura                     a woman or girl who someone is having a romantic        Is she your girlfriend?
                                                                                                        relationship with
               8         63     good-looking          adj     ˌgʊdˈlʊkɪŋ       privlačan                attractive                                              He thinks he's so good-looking!
               8         66     graffiti              n       grəˈfiːti        grafiti                  writing or pictures painted on walls and public         Some people think graffiti is artistic.
                                                                                                        places, usually illegally
               8         65     great                 adj     greɪt            značajan                 large in amount, size or degree                         A great crowd of protesters gathered in the
               8         64     hang around           v       hæŋ əˈraʊnd      visiti                   to spend time somewhere, usually without doing          They spend their evenings just hanging around
                                                                                                        very much                                               the streets.
               8         60     honest                adj     ˈɒnɪst           iskren                   telling the truth and being trusted                     An honest person would never tell lies.
               8         62     joyriding             n       ˈdʒɔɪˌraɪdɪŋ     krađa automobila radi    stealing cars and driving them fast and                 Joyriding is extremely dangerous.
                                                                               vožnje                   dangerously
               8         60     learner               n       ˈlɜːnə           učenik                   someone who is getting knowledge or a new skill         Learner drivers have to take special care.
               8         60     lie                   n       laɪ              laž                      something that you say or write which you know is       I'm sorry that I told a lie.
                                                                                                        not true
               8         65     light                 adj     laɪt             lagan                    not heavy                                               A light layer of snow covered the rooftops.
               8         65     line                  n       laɪn             stih                     a row of words on a page, for example in a song or      Who wrote the line 'To be or not to be'?
               8         62     litter                n       ˈlɪtə            smeće                    pieces of paper and other waste that are left in        Please don't drop litter.
                                                                                                        public places
               8         66     meeting               n       ˈmiːtɪŋ          sastanak                 when people come together for a reason, usually to      We'll need to have a meeting to sort this out.
                                                                                                        talk about something
               8         62     offender              n       əˈfendə          prijestupnik             someone who has committed a crime                       Young offenders are encouraged to say sorry.
               8         62     pick-pocketing        n       ˈpɪkˌpɒkɪtɪŋ     džeparenje               stealing things out of pockets or bags, especially in   Pick-pocketing sometimes takes place in busy
                                                                                                        a crowd                                                 streets.
               8         61     Portuguese            n/adj   ˌpɔːtʃəˈgiːz     portugalski jezik,       the language of Portugal and Brazil                     Do you speak any Portuguese?
               8         67     preparation           n       ˌprepərˈeɪʃən    priprema                 the things that you do to prepare for something         This sort of big event needs a lot of preparation.

               8         60     pretend               v       prɪˈtend         pretvarati se            to behave as if something is true when it is not        She was just pretending to like football.
               8         62     prison                n       ˈprɪzən          zatvor                   a place where criminals are kept as a punishment        He will spend many years in prison.

               8         62     probation             n       prəˈbeɪʃən       uvjetna sloboda          a period of time when a criminal must behave well       He's on probation so has to be very careful not
                                                                                                        and not commit any more crimes in order to avoid        to break any laws.
                                                                                                        being sent to prison
               8         60     regret                n       rɪˈgret          žaljenje                 a feeling of sadness about a situation, especially      You did your best, so don't have any regrets.
                                                                                                        something that you wish you had not done
               8         63     regret                v       rɪˈgret          žaliti                   to feel sorry about a situation, especially something   She always regretted that they had argued.
                                                                                                        that you wish you had not done
               8         60     replace               v       rɪˈpleɪs         zamijeniti               to get a new thing in place of something older          If I lose this phone I can't afford to replace it.
               8         62     responsibility        n       rɪˌspɒnsəˈbɪləti odgovornost              something that it is your job or duty to do             They should take responsibility for their actions.

               8         64     ride                  v       raɪd             voziti se                (US) to travel in a vehicle, such as a car, bus, or     She rides the subway to work every day.
               8         64     satisfactory          adj     ˌsætɪsˈfæktəri   zadovoljavajući          good enough                                             This work is just not satisfactory.
               8         64     scene                 n       siːn             gušt                     (informal) if you say something is not your scene,      I'm afraid noisy bars are not really my scene.
                                                                                                        you mean you don't really like it
               8         62     shed                  n       ʃed              ostava                   a small building used to keep things such as tools      We store tools in the garden shed.

               8         62     shoplifting           n       ˈʃɒplɪftɪŋ       krađa po trgovinama      stealing things from a shop                             As a young woman she was caught shoplifting.

               8         66     shout                 v       ʃaʊt             viknuti                  to say something very loudly                            I can hear you; there's no need to shout!
               8         66     skatepark             n       ˈskeɪt.pɑːk      park za vožnju           a place where people do skateboarding, in-line          There's a new skatepark being built here.
                                                                               skateboardom             skating, etc
               8         62     society               n       səˈsaɪəti        društvo                  a large group of people who live in the same            Society needs people to get involved.
                                                                                                        country or area and have the same laws, traditions,
               8         65     split up              v       splɪt ʌp         razdvojiti se            If two people or a group split up, they end their       I wish The Beatles had never split up.

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                         no.                         speech                     Hrvatski*
               8         66     statistics           n       stəˈtɪstɪks        statistički podaci        a group of facts or numbers to show information           According to official statistics, people are
                                                                                                                                                                    working longer hours than ever.
               8         66     steal                v        stiːl             krasti                    to take something without the permission or               He was suspected of stealing from other
                                                                                                          knowledge of the owner and keep it                        students.
               8         66     the media            n        ðə ˈmiːdiə        mediji                    newspapers, magazines, radio and television               the local/national media
                                                                                                          considered as a group
               8         62     trouble              n        ˈtrʌbəl           nevolja                   when you have done something wrong and will be            I must not be late again or I'll get in trouble with
                                                                                                          punished                                                  my parents.
               8         60     truthfully           adv      ˈtruːθfəli        iskreno                   in a way that is honest and not containing or telling     Tell me truthfully; have you ever been in love?
                                                                                                          any lies
               8         64     turn (sb/sth) into   v        tɜːn ˈɪntə        pretvoriti se u           to change and become someone or something                 You have turned into a handsome young man.
                                (sb/sth)                                                                  different, or to make someone or something do this

               8         64     twist                v        twɪst             okretati                  to turn something, especially repeatedly, or to turn      The leaves were twisting as they fell.
                                                                                                          or wrap one thing around another
               8         60     type                 n        taɪp              tip                       a group of people or things that have similar             What type of music do you like?
               8         61     uncertainty          n        ʌnˈsɜːtənti       nesigurnost               when something is uncertain                               He felt some uncertainty about what to do next.

               8         61     Valentine's card     phrase   ˈvæləntaɪnz       čestitka za Valentinovo   a card that you give someone on Valentine's Day           How many Valentine's cards did you get?
               8         62     vandalism            n        ˈvændəlɪzəm       vandalizam                the crime of damaging things in public places             Most vandalism of property happens at night.
               8         65     wind                 n        wɪnd              vjetar                    a natural, fast movement of air                           The wind was starting to blow.
               8         65     wish                 v        wɪʃ               željeti                   to want a situation that is different from the one        Do you ever wish you were someone else?
                                                                                                          that exists
               9         68     alien                n        ˈeɪliən           izvanzemaljac             a creature from another planet                            The film is about space aliens coming to Earth.

               9         72     ape                  n        eɪp               majmun                    a hairy animal like a monkey but with no tail and         We went to see the apes at the zoo.
                                                                                                          long arms
               9         68     army                 n        ˈɑːmi             vojska                    a military force that fights wars on the ground           He's decided to join the army.
               9         68     balloon              n        bəˈluːn           balon                     a round rubber thing filled with air or gas that floats   They went across the desert in a hot-air balloon.
                                                                                                          in the air
               9         68     base                 n        beɪs              baza                      the main place where a person lives or works, or          The soldiers have to be back at base by
                                                                                                          from where they do things                                 midnight.
               9         68     believable           adj      bɪˈliːvəbəl       uvjerljiv                 If something is believable, you can believe that it       His story just doesn't seem believable to me.
                                                                                                          could be true or real.
               9         73     conspiracy theory    n        kənˈspɪrəsi       teorija zavjere           a belief that an unpleasant event or situation is the     There are a lot of conspiracy theories
                                                              ˈθɪəri                                      result of a secret plan made by powerful people           surrounding JFK's death.

               9         72     cryptid              n        ˈkrɪptɪd          kriptid                   a creature or plant which some people believe is          The Loch Ness monster has been described as a
                                                                                                          real, but has not yet been proved to exist                cryptid.
               9         72     cryptozoology        n        ˈkrɪptəʊzuːˈɒlə   kriptozoologija           the study of animals whose existence has not yet          He likes reading books about cryptozoology.
                                                              dʒi                                         been proven
               9         73     debate               n        dɪˈbeɪt           debata                    talk or arguments about a subject                         They started having a debate about what to do
               9         72     decade               n        ˈdekeɪd           desetljeće                a period of ten years                                     In the decade after the war unemployment was
               9         73     deny                 v        dɪˈnaɪ            zanijekati                to say that something is not true, or that you have       Do you deny that you were there?
                                                                                                          not done something
               9         69     despite              prep     dɪˈspaɪt          unatoč                    although something happened or is true                    Despite my doubts beforehand, the party was a
               9         70     disprove             v        dɪˈspruːv         opovrgnuti                to prove that something is not true                       Can you disprove the theory that aliens might
               9         72     dodo                 n        ˈdəʊdəʊ           ptica dodo                a large bird, unable to fly, that no longer exists        Soon newspapers may be as dead as a dodo.
               9         70     equipment            n        ɪˈkwɪpmənt        oprema                    the things that are used for an activity or purpose       You'll need a lot of special equipment if you are
                                                                                                                                                                    going diving.
               9         72     evidence             n        ˈevɪdəns          dokaz                     something that makes you believe that something           Is there any evidence that such creatures might
                                                                                                          is true or exists                                         exist?
               9         72     existence            n        ɪgˈzɪstəns        postojanje                when something or someone exists                          There are not many such bookshops still in
               9         72     extinct              adj      ɪkˈstɪŋkt         izumro                    If a type of animal is extinct, it does not now exist.    When did the hairy mammoth become extinct?

               9         68     fake                 adj      feɪk              lažan                     not real, but made to look or seem real                   The police said she had a fake passport.
               9         72     giant                adj      dʒaɪənt           ogroman                   extremely large                                           There's a giant spider in the bath!
               9         72     giraffe              n        dʒɪˈrɑːf          žirafa                    a large African animal with a very long neck and          The giraffes were her favourite animals at the
                                                                                                          long, thin legs                                           zoo.
               9         72     hyena                n        haɪˈiːnə          hijena                    a wild animal from Africa and Asia that looks like a      She was laughing like a hyena.
                                                                                                          dog, hunts in groups and makes a sound similar to
                                                                                                          an unpleasant human laugh
               9         71     ignore               v        ɪgˈnɔː            ignorirati                to not give attention to something or someone             Try to ignore the silly things they say.
               9         70     image                n        ˈɪmɪdʒ            snimka                    a picture, especially on film or television or in a       They saw sonar image of their baby.
               9         69     in spite of (sth)    adv      ɪn spaɪt ɒv       unatoč                    although something exists or happens                      We'll have a picnic in spite of the rain.
               9         68     incident             n        ˈɪnsɪdənt         incident                  something that happens, especially something bad          This incident should be reported to the police
                                                                                                                                                                    straight away.
               9         68     investigation        n        ɪnˌvestɪˈgeɪʃən   istraga                   when officials try to discover all the facts about        There will be an official investigation into the
                                                                                                          something, especially a crime or an accident              incident.
               9         69     investigator         n        ɪnˈvestɪgeɪtə     istražitelj               someone who tries to discover all the facts about         They hired a special investigator to help find
                                                                                                          something, especially as their job                        their daughter.
               9         72     literally            adv      ˈlɪtərəli         doslovno                  having the real or original meaning of a word or          There must be literally thousands of
                                                                                                          phrase                                                    undiscovered species.
               9         72     lizard               n        ˈlɪzəd            gušter                    a small animal with thick skin, a long tail, and four     We watched lizards basking in the sun.
                                                                                                          short legs
               9         72     loch                 n        lɒk               jezero                    a lake, in the Scottish idiom                             We' re staying in a hotel near a Scottish loch.
               9         72     mammal               n        ˈmæməl            sisavac                   an animal that drinks milk from its mother's body         The blue whale is the world's largest mammal.
                                                                                                          when it is young
               9         72     moa                  n        məʊə              ptica moa                 a large wingless bird from New Zealand, now               We saw a moa fossil in the museum.
                                                                                                          believed to be extinct
               9         72     monkey               n        ˈmʌŋki            majmun                    a hairy animal with a long tail that lives in hot         He keeps a pet monkey in his bedroom.
                                                                                                          countries and climbs trees
               9         72     monster              n        ˈmɒnstə           čudovište                 an imaginary creature that is large, ugly, and            Did you believe in monsters when you were
                                                                                                          frightening                                               young?
               9         72     okapi                n        əˈkɑːpi           životinja okapi           an African animal of the giraffe family which is          Okapis can be seen in several zoos and wildlife
                                                                                                          brown with stripes of black and white around its          reserves.
                                                                                                          legs and back part
               9         72     rabbit               n        ˈræbɪt            zec                       a small animal with fur and long ears that lives in a     There were rabbits all over the garden.
                                                                                                          hole in the ground
               9         72     refer                v        rɪˈfɜː            nazivati                  to talk or write about someone or something,              This article refers to a book I have never heard
                                                                                                          especially briefly                                        of.
               9         72     refuse               v        reˈfjuːs          odbiti                    to say that you will not do or accept something           I refuse to accept that she is a thief.
               9         70     researcher           n        rɪˈsɜːtʃə         istraživač                a person who studies a subject in detail in order to      She works as a researcher in a science
                                                                                                          discover new information about it                         laboratory.

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                         no.                       speech                 Hrvatski*
               9         70     scanner            n       ˈskænə         skener                    a piece of equipment that copies words or pictures Most big supermarkets have special scanners at
                                                                                                    from paper into a computer                         the checkouts.
               9         72     short-             adj     ʃɔːt           kratkog                   having a small distance from one end to the other Why are all dresses short-sleeved?

               9         70     sonar              n       ˈsəʊnɑː        sonar                     a system, used especially on ships, which uses           Many fishing boats have sonar equipment to
                                                                                                    sound waves to find the position of things in the        help find fish.
               9         73     surprisingly       adv     səˈpraɪzɪŋli   iznenađujuće              unexpectedly or in a way that is unusual                 Surprisingly, he did remember my birthday.
               9         69     suspicion          n       səˈspɪʃən      sumnja                    a belief that someone has done something wrong           I had a suspicion that she was not telling the
                                                                                                                                                             whole truth.
               9         73     tail               n       teɪl           rep                       the long, narrow part that sticks out at the back of     These dogs have a very short tail.
                                                                                                    an animal's body
               9         71     tend to do (sth)   v       tend tuː duː   običavati                 to often do a particular thing or be likely to do a      I tend to think he might be wrong.
                                                                                                    particular thing
               9         72     turtle             n       ˈtɜːtəl        kornjača                  an animal with four legs and a hard shell that lives     The turtle grew too big to keep in a small pond.
                                                                                                    mainly in water
               9         68     UFO                n       ˌjuːefˈəʊ      NLO                       unidentified flying object: something strange that       They were convinced they'd seen a UFO land in
                                                                                                    you see in the sky that could be from another part       the field.
                                                                                                    of the universe
               9         72     undiscovered       adj     ˌʌndɪˈskʌvəd   neotkriven                with a special talent or quality that has not yet been   She thinks she's an undiscovered writer.
               9         72     untouched          adj     ʌnˈtʌtʃt       netaknut                  not changed or damaged in any way                        Most of the forest is untouched by people.
               9         73     utter              adj     ˈʌtə           krajnji                   complete                                                 These families live in utter poverty.
               9         72     Vietnam            n       ˌvjetˈnæm      Vijetnam                  a country in Asia                                        Have you ever been to Vietnam?
               9         70     wave               n       weɪv           val                       a piece of sound, light, or other energy that travels    The radio station is only broadcast on long wave.
                                                                                                    up and down in a curved pattern
               9         68     witness            n       ˈwɪtnəs        svjedok                   someone in a court of law who says what they             She agreed to be a witness in the court case.
                                                                                                    have seen and what they know about a crime
               9         68     wreckage           n       ˈrekɪdʒ        olupina                   the parts that remain of a car, ship, or aeroplane       After the car crash two people were cut free
                                                                                                    that has been destroyed                                  from the wreckage.
               10        74     achievement        n       əˈtʃiːvmənt    postignuće                something good that you have done that was               Being top of the class; that's quite an
                                                                                                    difficult                                                achievement.
               10        74     ancient            adj     ˈeɪnʃənt       drevan                    from a long time ago                                     Ancient monuments such as Stonehenge attract
                                                                                                                                                             many visitors.
               10        81     barbecue           n       ˈbɑːbɪkjuː     roštilj                   a meal prepared using a metal frame on which             We'll have a barbecue if it stays warm outside.
                                                                                                    meat, fish or vegetables are cooked outside over a
                                                                                                    fire, often during a party
               10        78     besides            adv     bɪˈsaɪdz       osim toga                 used to give another reason for something           I don't feel like going out, besides, I've got a
               10        80     blade              n       bleɪd          oštrica                   the flat, sharp, metal part of a knife, tool, or    This razor has a very sharp blade.
               10        74     block              n       blɒk           blok                      a solid piece of something, in the shape of a       He was chopping up a large block of wood.
               10        74     burial             n       ˈberiəl        grobnica                  when a dead body is put into the ground             This hill is thought to be the burial site of the
                                                                                                                                                        ancient king.
               10        78     business           n       ˈbɪznɪs        posao, stvar              if something is none of someone's business, they    I don't think what I do is any of their business.
                                                                                                    do not need to know about it, although they want
                                                                                                    to, because it does not affect them
               10        77     call off           v       kɔːl ɒf        otkazati                  to decide that a planned event or activity will not It started to rain, so they called off the football
                                                                                                    happen because it is not possible, useful, or       match.
                                                                                                    wanted now
               10        77     come across        v       kʌm əˈkrɒs     naići na                  to meet someone or discover something by chance When I was tidying my desk I came across a
                                                                                                                                                        strange piece of paper.
               10        77     curse              n       kɜːs           kletva                    magic words which are intended to bring bad luck The wicked witch placed a curse on the children.
                                                                                                    to someone
               10        80     curtain            n       ˈkɜːtən        zastor                    a piece of material which hangs down to cover a     It's getting dark so let's close the curtains.
                                                                                                    window, stage, etc
               10        77     discovery          n       dɪˈskʌvəri     otkriće                   finding something or someone for the first time     The discovery of Roman treasure in a field
                                                                                                                                                        caused much excitement.
               10        78     disguise           n       dɪsˈgaɪz       maska                     things that you wear to change the way you look so He is so famous that sometimes he goes out in
                                                                                                    that people cannot recognize you                    disguise.
               10        77     disturb            v       dɪˈstɜːb       ometati                   to interrupt what someone is doing by making        There was a sign on the door reading 'Do not
                                                                                                    noise or annoying them                              disturb'.
               10        80     doorway            n       ˈdɔːweɪ        ulaz                      an entrance to a building or room through a door    There was someone standing in the doorway.
               10        74     Egyptian           n/adj   ɪˈdʒɪpʃən      Egipćanin, egipatski      from, belonging to or relating to Egypt             We are going to visit the Egyptian monuments.

               10        77     entrance           n       ˈentrəns       ulaz                      a door or other opening which you use to go in           At the entrance to the museum there is a large
                                                                                                    somewhere                                                sign.
               10        80     furniture          n       ˈfɜːnɪtʃə      namještaj                 things such as chairs, tables, and beds that you put     We'll need a large van to move all our furniture.
                                                                                                    into a room or building
               10        77     go out             v       gəʊ aʊt        ugasiti se                If a light or something that is burning goes out, it     The fire had gone out and we were getting cold.
                                                                                                    stops producing light or heat.
               10        80     hardly             adv     ˈhɑːdli        jedva                     almost not, or only a very small amount                  There was hardly any food left in the fridge.
               10        79     haunted            adj     ˈhɔːntɪd       opsjednut duhovima        describes a place where ghosts often appear              They say it's a haunted house.
               10        78     have (sb) on       v       hæv ɒn         šaliti se                 to make someone think that something is true, as a       Is that true or are you having me on?
               10        75     historian          n       hɪˈstɔːriən    povjesničar               someone who studies or writes about history              She's an art historian who specializes in Roman
               10        80     identify           v       aɪˈdentɪfaɪ    identificirati            to say what someone's name is or what                    Can you identify the person who took your
                                                                                                    something's name is                                      purse?
               10        77     inscription        n       ɪnˈskrɪpʃən    natpis                    words that are written or cut in something               The inscription read 'Gone but not forgotten'.
               10        77     inspector          n       ɪnˈspektə      nadzornik                 a police officer                                         a police inspector
               10        78     interrupt          v       ˌɪntəˈrʌpt     prekinuti                 to stop someone while they are talking or doing          I hope I am not interrupting you.
                                                                                                    something, by saying or doing something yourself

               10        80     kick               v       kɪk            udariti nogom             to hit or move something or someone with your foot Let's go and kick a ball in the park.

               10        78     kid                v       kɪd            šaliti se                 to deceive or trick someone into believing               Go out in this weather? Are you kidding?
               10        75     location           n       ləˈkeɪʃən      lokacija                  a place or position                                      This seems an odd location for a shopping
               10        78     look out!          excl    lʊk aʊt        pazi!                     something you say when someone is in danger              Look out, the train is coming.
               10        74     man-made           adj     ˌmænˈmeɪd      koje je izgradio čovjek   not natural, but made by people                          Do you prefer wearing man-made or natural
               10        75     mark               v       mɑːk           označiti                  to show where something is by drawing or putting         X' marks the spot where the treasure is buried.
                                                                                                    something somewhere
               10        74     metropolis         n       məˈtrɒpəlɪs    metropola                 a very large city, often the capital of a country or     London is a huge modern metropolis.
               10        74     modern-day         adj     ˈmɒdəndeɪ      suvremen                  relating to the present time and not to the past         Modern-day inventions such as the washing
                                                                                                                                                             machine have made life easier.
               10        77     moment             n       ˈməʊmənt       trenutak                  a point in time                                          I'll call you the moment I get back.

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               Unit      Page   English Word           Part of IPA          Croatian*               Definition                                                Example sentence
                         no.                           speech               Hrvatski*
               10        77     monument               n       ˈmɒnjəmənt   spomenik                something that is built to make people remember a Will you visit any ancient monuments when you
                                                                                                    famous person or something important that         are in England?
               10        74     observe                v       əbˈzɜːv      promatrati              to watch someone or something carefully           A garden can be a good place for observing
               10        80     panic                  v       ˈpænɪk       uspaničiti se           to suddenly feel very afraid so that you stop     Many people panicked and tried to get off the
                                                                                                    thinking clearly and do silly things              moving train.
               10        77     pass away              v       pɑːs əˈweɪ   preminuti               to die                                            We were very sad when my uncle passed away.

               10        78     password               n       ˈpɑːswɜːd    zaporka, lozinka        a secret word or combination of letters or numbers I can't let you in unless you give the password.
                                                                                                    which is used for communicating with another
                                                                                                    person or with a computer
               10        77     pay off                v       peɪ ɒf       isplatiti               If something you have done pays off, it is           I am hoping all my efforts will pay off eventually.
               10        77     peace                  n       piːs         mir                     when there is quiet and calm                         I am trying to find some peace and quiet to read
                                                                                                                                                         my book.
               10        74     pharaoh                n       ˈfeərəʊ      faraon                  a king of ancient Egypt                              The pharoah was very young when he died.
               10        78     polite                 adj     pəˈlaɪt      pristojan               behaving in a way that is not rude and shows that It's polite to say thank you when someone has
                                                                                                    you think about other people                         helped you.
               10        79     private                adj     ˈpraɪvɪt     privatan                If information or an emotion is private, you do not  My diary is private, and no one should read it.
                                                                                                    want other people to know about it.
               10        77     profession             n       prəˈfeʃən    zanimanje               a type of work that needs special training or        What exactly is your profession?
               10        78     reckon                 v       ˈrekən       misliti                 (informal) to think or believe                       How old do you reckon she is?
               10        74     religious              adj     rɪˈlɪdʒəs    vjerski                 relating to religion                                 They respect others' religious beliefs.
               10        74     remain                 v       rɪˈmeɪn      ostati                  to continue to exist when everything or everyone     Not many of the old houses still remain standing.
                                                                                                    else has gone
               10        79     revise                 v       rɪˈvaɪz      ponavljati              to study a subject before you take a test            You'll need to revise for your exam tomorrow.
               10        77     reward                 v       rɪˈwɔːd      nagraditi               to give a reward to someone                          He was rewarded with a gold medal.
               10        74     river                  n       ˈrɪvə        rijeka                  a long, natural area of water that flows across the Let's walk along the river.
               10        79     rumour                 n       ˈruːmə       glasina                 a fact that a lot of people are talking about        There have been some nasty rumours going
                                                                                                    although they do not know if it is true              around about him.
               10        79     servant                n       ˈsɜːvənt     sluga                   someone who works and lives in someone else's        Why don't you cook your own dinner? I'm not
                                                                                                    house, especially in the past                        your servant!
               10        78     serve (sb) right       idiom   sɜːv raɪt    zaslužiti               if you say that something bad serves someone         So you got in trouble? It serves you right for
                                                                                                    right, you mean that they deserve it                 telling a lie.
               10        80     shiny                  adj     ˈʃaɪni       sjajan                  a shiny surface is bright because it reflects light  I love my shiny new boots.
               10        74     sight                  n       saɪt         znamenitost             something which you see, especially something        Let's go and see all the sights of New York.
               10        75     site                   n       saɪt         lokalitet               the place where something important happened in Thousands of people visit the ruins at the site
                                                                                                    the past                                             every year.
               10        74     skilled                adj     skɪld        obučen                  having the abilities needed to do an activity or job We need a skilled language teacher for this job.
               10        74     slave                  n       sleɪv        rob                     someone who is owned by someone else and has I'm tired of being treated like a slave!
                                                                                                    to work for them
               10        78     spaceship              n       ˈspeɪsʃɪp    svemirski brod          a vehicle which can travel outside the Earth and     So you think you saw a spaceship last night?
                                                                                                    into space, especially one which is carrying people

               10        81     Spanish                n/adj   ˈspænɪʃ      španjolski, Španjolac   the language of Spain                                     Do you speak Spanish?
               10        77     sponsor                v       ˈspɒnsə      financirati             to give money to someone to support an activity,          Will you sponsor me to go on a cycle ride for
                                                                                                    event, or organization, sometimes as a way to             charity?
                                                                                                    advertise your company or product
               10        80     stand                  v       stænd        stajati                 to be in, cause to be in or put into a particular place   The stones stand on a hill and can be seen from
                                                                                                                                                              miles around.
               10        77     start out              v       stɑːt aʊt    početi karijeru         to begin your life or the part of your life when you      He started out as a builder but now owns the
                                                                                                    work, in a particular way                                 company.
               10        80     stick out              v       stɪk aʊt     viriti                  if part of something sticks out, it comes out further     A piece of paper was sticking out of the book.
                                                                                                    than the edge or surface
               10        75     structure              n       ˈstrʌktʃə    građevina               a building or something that has been built               The new building is a modern structure designed
                                                                                                                                                              to fit in with its surroundings.
               10        74     surround               v       səˈraʊnd     okružiti                if a feeling or situation surrounds an event, it is       There is a mystery surrounding his death.
                                                                                                    closely connected with it
               10        77     swift                  adj     swɪft        brz                     happening or moving quickly                               I decided to make a swift exit.
               10        80     table                  n       ˈteɪbəl      stol                    a piece of furniture with four legs, used for eating      Please put the books on the hall table.
                                                                                                    off, putting things on, etc
               10        77     talk (sb) into (sth)   v       tɔːk ˈɪntə   nagovoriti              to persuade someone to do something                       I didn't want to go but my friends talked me into
               10        77     tie in                 v       taɪ ɪn       povezati s              if one idea or statement ties in with another one,        There'll be a book to tie in with the film.
                                                                                                    they have some of the same information in them
               10        77     tomb                   n       tuːm         grob                    a place where a dead person is buried                     Darwin's tomb is in Westminster Abbey.
               10        74     tombstone              n       ˈtuːmstəʊn   nadgrobna ploča         a stone that shows the name of a dead person who          I couldn't read the words on her tombstone.
                                                                                                    is buried under it
               10        74     ton                    n       tʌn          tona                    a unit for measuring weight, equal to 1016                These ships carry many tons of oil every day.
                                                                                                    kilograms in the UK and 907 kilograms in the US
               10        74     transport              v       trænˈspɔːt   prevesti                to move people or things from one place to another    Lorries transport all sorts of goods across the
               10        74     tremendous             adj     trɪˈmendəs   ogroman                 very great, or extremely good                         You've been a tremendous help; thank you.
               10        77     upper                  adj     ˈʌpə         gornji                  at a higher position or level than something else, or The upper river is very peaceful.
                                                                                                    being the top part of something
               10        74     upright                adj     ˈʌpraɪt      uspravan                straight up or vertical                               The picture was placed upright against the wall.

               10        79     vanish                 v       ˈvænɪʃ       nestati                 to disappear suddenly                                I put my bag down here and now it has
               10        75     wallet                 n       ˈwɒlɪt       novčanik                a small, flat container for paper money and credit   I think my wallet has been stolen.
                                                                                                    cards (=plastic cards used for paying with), usually
                                                                                                    used by a man
               10        74     weigh                  v       weɪ          težiti                  to measure how heavy someone or something is         You'll need to weigh the sugar and flour before
                                                                                                                                                         you start baking.
               10        74     weight                 n       weɪt         težina                  how heavy someone or something is                    What weight was their baby when he was born?

               10        77     wing                   n       wɪŋ          krilo                   one of the two parts that a bird or insect uses to fly The bird's wings were covered in oil.

               11        82     adapt                  v       əˈdæpt       prilagoditi             to change something so that it is suitable for a          The film has been adapted from a best-selling
                                                                                                    different use or situation                                book.
               11        86     address                v       əˈdres       nasloviti               to write a name or address on an envelope or              Who should I address the letter to?
               11        85     agree                  v       əˈgriː       složiti se              to say you will do something that someone asks            He agreed to go shopping with her.
                                                                                                    you to do
               11        84     ambitious              adj     æmˈbɪʃəs     ambiciozan              wanting to be successful or powerful                      You have to be ambitious to get to the top of
                                                                                                                                                              your career.

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               Unit      Page   English Word        Part of IPA             Croatian*                 Definition                                              Example sentence
                         no.                        speech                  Hrvatski*
               11        84     appearance          n       əˈpɪərəns       izgled                    the way a person or thing looks                     She cares a lot about her appearance and takes
                                                                                                                                                          ages to get ready.
               11        84     bad-tempered        adj     ˌbædˈtempəd     zlovoljan                 a bad-tempered person gets angry or annoyed         He gets very bad-tempered when he is tired.
               11        84     beard               n       bɪəd            brada                     the hair that grows on a man's chin (=the bottom of Are you growing a beard?
                                                                                                      his face)
               11        85     beg                 v       beg             moliti                    to ask for something in a strong and emotional way I begged him not to go.

               11        82     bill                n       bɪl             račun                     a piece of paper that tells you how much you must       I have just received my electricity bill and it is
                                                                                                      pay for something                                       very high.
               11        82     blonde              adj     blɒnd           plavokos, plav            blonde hair is yellow                                   She has short blonde hair.
               11        84     bossy               adj     ˈbɒsi           koji voli naređivati      always telling other people what to do                  Don't be so bossy!
               11        87     break up            v       breɪk ʌp        prekinuti                 if people break up, they stop having a relationship     I am sorry you two have broken up; you seemed
                                                                                                      or stop working together                                so happy together.
               11        84     broad               adj     brɔːd           širok                     wide                                                    Her husband is tall and broad-shouldered.
               11        82     bushy               adj     ˈbʊʃi           čupav                     if hair or a plant is bushy, it has grown very thick    His hair is thick and rather bushy.
               11        86     Canada              n       ˈkænədə         Kanada                    a country in North America                              We're planning to visit friends in Canada.
               11        84     clean-shaven        adj     kliːnˈʃeɪvən    koji je glatko izbrijan   describes a man who has no hair on the lower part       One brother is clean-shaven, the other has a
                                                                                                      of his face                                             beard.
               11        82     coffee              n       ˈkɒfi           kava                      a hot drink made from dark beans which are made         Would you like some coffee?
                                                                                                      into a powder, or a cup of this drink
               11        84     considerate         adj     kənˈsɪdərət     obazriv                   kind and helpful                                        That was a really kind and considerate thing to
               11        84     creative            adj     kriˈeɪtɪv       kreativan                 good at thinking of new ideas and making                The students have all been very creative with
                                                                                                      interesting things                                      this project.
               11        84     crop                v       krɒp            skratiti                  to cut something so that it is short                    He has cropped fair hair and wears an earring.
               11        82     daughter            n       ˈdɔːtə          kći                       your female child                                       How old is your daughter?
               11        84     determined          adj     dɪˈtɜːmɪnd      odlučan                   wanting so much to do something that you keep           She's a very determined person and knows what
                                                                                                      trying very hard                                        she wants.
               11        82     diner               n       ˈdaɪnə          zalogajnica               a small, informal restaurant                            We'll have breakfast at the nearest diner.
               11        87     divorced            adj     dɪˈvɔːst        razveden                  married before but not married now                      She has been divorced for three years now.
               11        84     double chin         n       ˈdʌbəl tʃɪn     podbradak                 a fold of skin between the face and neck which is       This exercise will prevent a double chin.
                                                                                                      caused by a layer of fat developing under the skin

               11        87     engaged             adj     ɪnˈgeɪdʒd       zaručen                   if two people are engaged, they have agreed to          Congratulations! When did you get engaged?
                                                                                                      marry each other
               11        86     envelope            n       ˈenvələʊp       omotnica                  a flat paper container for a letter                     Quick, open the envelope.
               11        84     eyelash             n       ˈaɪlæʃ          trepavica                 one of the short hairs that grow from the edge of       You have such long eyelashes!
                                                                                                      your eyelids
               11        87     fall in love        idiom   fɔːl ɪn lʌv     zaljubiti se u            to be very attracted to someone and begin to love       They met and fell in love when they were at
                                                                                                      them                                                    university.
               11        84     feature             n       ˈfiːtʃə         osobina                   an important part of something                          Her loud laugh is a feature of her happy
               11        84     freckle             n       ˈfrekəl         pjegica                   a light brown spot on a person's skin                   She gets freckles when it is sunny.
               11        84     fringe              n       frɪnʒ           šiške                     hair that is cut short and straight at the top of       I decided to change my hairstyle and get a
                                                                                                      someone's face                                          fringe.
               11        82     generous            adj     ˈdʒenərəs       velikodušan               often giving people money or presents                   It is very generous of you to lend me your car.
               11        87     get back together   v       get bæk təˈgeðə obnoviti vezu             to begin a romantic relationship again after it has     Do you think you two will ever get back
                                                                                                      ended                                                   together?
               11        85     go out              v       gəʊ aʊt         izaći                     to leave a room or building, especially in order to     Shall we go out for a meal after work?
                                                                                                      do something for entertainment
               11        82     hardworking         adj     ˌhɑːdˈwɜː.kɪŋ   marljiv                   doing a job seriously and with a lot of effort          They are a hardworking pair who run their own
                                                                                                                                                              printing business.
               11        86     hear from (sb)      v       hɪə frɒm        čuti se s                 to receive a letter, telephone call, or other message   Do you ever hear from your brother?
                                                                                                      from someone
               11        84     height              n       haɪt            visina                    how tall or high something or someone is                What height are you?
               11        84     highlight           n       ˈhaɪlaɪt        svijetli pramen           a narrow strip of hair on a person's head which has     She has blonde highlights in her hair.
                                                                                                      been made a more pale colour than the
                                                                                                      surrounding hair
               11        87     illustrate          v       ˈɪləstreɪt      pojasniti primjerom       to give more information or examples to explain or      You say she tells lies. Can you give an example
                                                                                                      prove something                                         to illustrate this?
               11        87     imaginative         adj     ɪˈmædʒɪnətɪv    maštovit                  someone who is imaginative is able to create new        She's a very imaginative girl who writes a lot of
                                                                                                      and interesting ideas or things                         stories.
               11        84     independent         adj     ˌɪndɪˈpendənt   neovisan                  not wanting or needing anyone else to help you          Even as a child he was very independent and
                                                                                                                                                              didn't want any help.
               11        84     insensitive         adj     ɪnˈsensətɪv     bezosjećajan              not noticing when other people are upset                How could you be so insensitive!
               11        86     keep                v       kiːp            zadržati                  to have something always, as your own                   I don't want the book back, you can keep it if you
               11        83     keep up             v       kiːp ʌp         nastaviti                 to not allow something that is at some level to fall    You'll be sorry if you don't keep up your piano
                                                                                                      to a lower level, or stop                               lessons.
               11        83     lesson              n       ˈlesən          lekcija                   a period of time when a teacher teaches people          I had my first driving lesson today.
               11        82     lip                 n       lɪp             usna                      one of the two soft, red edges of the mouth             He gave his wife a kiss on the lips.
               11        84     medium              adj     ˈmiːdiəm        srednji                   in the middle of a group of different amounts or        She's about medium height, slim and fair.
               11        84     moustache           n       məˈstɑːʃ        brk                       a line of hair that some men grow above their           He decided to shave off his moustache.
               11        82     painter             n       ˈpeɪntə         slikar                    someone who paints pictures                             Who is your favouite painter?
               11        82     painting            n       ˈpeɪntɪŋ        slika                     a picture that someone has painted                      This painting is worth a great deal of money.
               11        84     personality         n       ˌpɜːsənˈæləti   osobnost                  the qualities that make one person different from       My brothers and sisters have very different
                                                                                                      another                                                 personalities.
               11        84     physical            adj     ˈfɪzɪkəl        tjelesni                  relating to the body                                    He's very physical person and likes being
               11        82     pianist             n       ˈpiːənɪst       pijanist                  someone who plays the piano                             She is a very talented pianist.
               11        82     piano               n       piˈænəʊ         piano                     a big wooden musical instrument with black and          How will we fit a piano in this room?
                                                                                                      white bars that make sounds when you press them

               11        87     pity                n       ˈpɪti           šteta                     a feeling of sadness for someone who has                It's a pity that you can't come.
               11        84     plump               adj     plʌmp           punašan                   quite fat                                               Eating such rich food on holiday has made me
               11        84     ponytail            n       ˈpəʊniteɪl      konjski rep               hair tied at the back of your head                      She puts her hair in a ponytail when she plays
               11        87     positive            adj     ˈpɒzətɪv        pozitivan                 feeling happy about your life and your future           He's such a cheerful, positive person.
               11        86     post                n       pəʊst           pošta                     letters, parcels, etc that you send or get              What time does the post arrive?
               11        82     promising           adj     ˈprɒmɪsɪŋ       obećavajući               likely to be very good or successful in the future      He's a very promising young actor.
               11        82     proudly             adv     ˈpraʊdli        ponosno                   in a way that shows you are pleased about               They proudly showed off their new baby to their
                                                                                                      something you have done, something you own, or          family.
                                                                                                      someone you know
               11        86     reach               v       riːtʃ           stići                     to stretch your arm and hand to touch or take           I can't reach the top shelf of the cupboard.

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               Unit      Page   English Word       Part of IPA               Croatian*                Definition                                            Example sentence
                         no.                       speech                    Hrvatski*
               11        86     re-address         v       ˌriːəˈdres        ponovno nasloviti        to write a different address on an envelope            When we moved house I had to re-address the
                                                                                                      because the person it is intended for has moved to previous owner's post.
                                                                                                      another place
               11        87     relationship       n        rɪˈleɪʃənʃɪp     veza                     a sexual or romantic friendship                        After fifty years together they still have a very
                                                                                                                                                             good relationship.
               11        84     scar               n        skɑː             ožiljak                  a permanent mark left on the body from a cut or        How did you get that scar?
                                                                                                      other injury
               11        84     sensible           adj      ˈsensɪbəl        razborit                 showing the ability to make good decisions and do She is normally very sensible and never does
                                                                                                      things which will not make problems                    anything silly.
               11        84     sensitive          adj      ˈsensɪtɪv        osjećajan, osjetljiv     able to understand what people are feeling and         He's very sensitive and caring.
                                                                                                      behave in a way that does not upset them
               11        82     slender            adj      ˈslendə          tanak                    thin in an attractive way                              She is tall and slender like her mother.
               11        84     slim               adj      slɪm             vitak                    someone who is slim is thin in an attractive way       I do lots of walking and am naturally slim.
               11        84     spiky              adj      ˈspaɪki          bodljikav                covered with spikes or having that appearance          He has spiky, short hair.
               11        84     spot               n        spɒt             bubuljica                a small, red mark on your skin                         No one likes having spots.
               11        84     straight           adj      streɪt           ravan                    not curved or bent                                     She had always wanted long straight hair.
               11        84     strong             adj      strɒŋ            jak                      a strong feeling, belief, or opinion is felt in a very I have a strong feeling that he will call me.
                                                                                                      deep and serious way
               11        82     tear               n        tɪə              suza                     a drop of water that comes from your eye when          Tears came into his eyes as he read the letter.
                                                                                                      you cry
               11        86     Toronto            n        təˈrɒntəʊ        Toronto                  the largest city in Canada                             They enjoy living in Toronto.
               11        86     tragic             adj      ˈtrædʒɪk         tragičan                 very sad, often involving death                        Their child died at birth; what a tragic thing to
               11        86     travel             v        ˈtrævəl          putovati                 to make a journey                                      Although I enjoy travelling, sometimes I like to
                                                                                                                                                             stay at home.
               11        82     waitress           n        ˈweɪtrəs         konobarica               a woman who works in a restaurant, bringing food She enjoys working as a waitress as she meets
                                                                                                      to customers                                           lots of people.
               11        84     wavy               adj      ˈweɪvi           valovit                  not straight but with slight curves                    She has long, wavy brown hair.
               11        84     well-built         adj      ˌwelˈbɪlt        koji je dobro građen     having a large, strong body                            Her brother is tall and well-built.
               11        82     wrap               v        ræp              omotati                  to cover someone or something with material in         They wrapped the little cat in a blanket and
                                                                                                      order to protect them                                  carried it inside.
               11        84     wrinkle            n        ˈrɪŋkəl          bora                     a small line on your face that you get when you        Will this cream really make my wrinkles
                                                                                                      grow old                                               disappear?
               12        89     aerial             n        ˈeəriəl          antena                   a piece of metal that is used for receiving television We need a new aerial for our TV.
                                                                                                      or radio signals
               12        92     aftertaste         n        ˈɑːftəteɪst      naknadni okus, osjećaj   the taste that a food or drink leaves in your mouth This chocolate leaves a strange aftertaste in
                                                                                                      when you have swallowed it                             your mouth.
               12        88     archive            n        ˈɑːkaɪv          arhiva                   a collection of historical documents that provides     The documents are stored in the library's
                                                                                                      information about the past, or a place where they      archives.
                                                                                                      are kept
               12        92     bitter             adj      ˈbɪtə            gorak                    having a strong, sour taste                            This coffee has a very bitter taste.
               12        92     blast              n        blɑːst           super zabava             an exciting or enjoyable experience or event           Thanks for the party, we all had a blast, didn't
               12        94     bump               v        bʌmp             sudariti se              to hurt part of your body by hitting it against        Careful, you nearly bumped into me!
                                                                                                      something hard
               12        89     calm               adj      kɑːm             smiren                   relaxed and not worried or frightened                  Stay calm and don't panic.
               12        90     care               v        keə              brinuti se               to feel interested in something or worried about it    I don't care what you say, I'm going now.
               12        94     check              v        tʃek             provjeriti               to look at something to make sure that it is right or I checked I had my passport with me before I left
                                                                                                      safe                                                   home.
               12        88     compare            v        kəmˈpeə          usporediti               to examine the ways in which two people or things Don't compare yourself to others!
                                                                                                      are different or similar
               12        94     complain           v        kəmˈpleɪn        žaliti se                to say that something is wrong or that you are         She's always complaining about not having
                                                                                                      angry about something                                  enough money.
               12        88     cool               n        kuːl             smirenost                the ability to stay calm and not become angry or       I know it's difficult but try to keep your cool.
               12        88     correctly          adv      kəˈrektli        ispravno                 taking or showing great care to behave or speak in He likes to do everything very correctly.
                                                                                                      a way that is generally accepted and approved of

               12        88     cross              adj      krɒs             srdit                    angry                                                 I admit I was a little cross when I saw her
                                                                                                                                                            wearing the same dress as me.
               12        94     demand             v        dɪˈmɑːnd         zahtijevati              to ask for something in an angry way                  I demand that you leave this minute!
               12        92     demon              n        ˈdiːmən          demon                    an evil spirit                                        Don't let those demons in your head affect you.

               12        88     disgusted          adj      dɪsˈgʌstɪd       ogorčen                  feeling extreme dislike of something                  He feels disgusted with people who drink too
               12        89     display            n        dɪˈspleɪ         pokazivanje              when someone shows how they feel                      He tries not to display his feelings.
               12        90     drama              n        ˈdrɑːmə          gluma                    plays and acting generally                            I enjoyed drama, music and art at school.
               12        88     enthusiasm         n        ɪnˈθjuːziæzəm    entuzijazam              when you feel very interested in something and        They've lots of energy and enthusiasm for their
                                                                                                      want to do it                                         work.
               12        92     estranged          adj      ɪˈstreɪndʒd      otuđen                   not now communicating with a friend or a member       His estranged wife will need to be contacted.
                                                                                                      of your family, because you have argued

               12        92     fantasy            n        ˈfæntəsi         maštarija                a situation or event that you imagine, which is not   It's just a fantasy, never likely to come true.
                                                                                                      real or true
               12        94     frightened         adj      ˈfraɪtənd        uplašen                  afraid or nervous                                     Don't be frightened! It's only a branch creaking.
               12        89     furious            adj      ˈfjʊəriəs        bijesan                  very angry                                            I'm not just annoyed, I am furious!
               12        94     grab               v        græb             zgrabiti                 to take hold of something or someone suddenly         I grabbed my coat and ran outside.
                                                                                                      with your hand
               12        94     hot-headed         adj      hɒtˈhedɪd        nagao                    someone who does things or reacts to things           When she was young she was very hot-headed
                                                                                                      quickly and without thinking carefully first          but she's calmer now.
               12        94     identity           n        aɪˈdentəti       identitet                who a person is, or the qualities of a person or      As a reporter he has to keep his identity a secret.
                                                                                                      group which make them different from others
               12        90     in touch           n        ɪn tʌtʃ          u kontaktu               to communicate or continue to communicate with        We promised to keep in touch after the holiday.
                                                                                                      someone by using a telephone or writing to them

               12        92     insane             adj      ɪnˈseɪn          lud                      crazy or very silly                                   Are you going there alone at night? You must be
               12        90     involved           adj      ɪnˈvɒlvd         uključen                 if you are/get involved in something, you do things   How did you first get involved in drama?
                                                                                                      or are part of an activity or event
               12        94     jogger             n        ˈdʒɒgə           trkač rekreativac        someone who runs for exercise                         The park is full of joggers most evenings.
               12        94     jogging            n        ˈdʒɒgɪŋ          rekreativno trčanje      the activity of running at a slow regular speed,      She loves to go jogging every morning.
                                                                                                      especially as a form of exercise
               12        92     lame               adj      leɪm             neuvjerljiv              a lame excuse or explanation is one that you          He's always making lame jokes about students
                                                                                                      cannot believe                                        being lazy.
               12        92     lose               v        luːz             izgubiti                 If you lose a game, the team or person that you are   I know he hates it when his team loses.
                                                                                                      playing against wins.
               12        89     lose your temper   phrase   luːz jə ˈtempə   naljutiti se             to suddenly become angry                              Try not to lose your temper when things go
               12        90     mess about         v        mes əˈbaʊt       zafrkavati se            mess around                                           Stop messing about, I want us to talk seriously.

               12        94     mistaken           adj      mɪˈsteɪkən       zamijenjen               wrong in what you believe, or based on a belief       The police have arrested me, but it's a case of
                                                                                                      that is wrong                                         mistaken identity.

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               Unit      Page   English Word      Part of IPA             Croatian*            Definition                                              Example sentence
                         no.                      speech                  Hrvatski*
               12        94     mugger            n       ˈmʌgə           ulični napadač       a person who attacks people in order to steal their     Watch out for muggers in that part of town.
               12        90     opportunity       n      ˌɒpəˈtjuːnəti    prilika              a chance to do something good                           Travel is a good opportunity to find out more
                                                                                                                                                       about other countries.
               12        94     rob               v      rɒb              okrasti              to steal from someone or somewhere, often using         Don't carry too much money in case you get
                                                                                               violence                                                robbed.
               12        90     schooldays        n      ˈskuːldeɪz       školski dani         the period in your life when you go to school           He said his schooldays were the happiest days
                                                                                                                                                       of his life.
               12        88     silver            adj    ˈsɪlvə           srebrni              made of a valuable shiny white metal used for           I love your silver necklace.
                                                                                               making jewellery, coins and decorative objects
               12        92     slip away         v       slɪp əˈweɪ      umaći                to go somewhere or do something quickly, often so I decided to slip away without waking them.
                                                                                               that you are not noticed
               12        92     softly            adv    ˈsɒftli          tiho                 in a quiet or gentle way                          Good night', I whispered softly so as not to wake
               12        93     superstar         n      ˈsuːpəstɑː       slavna osoba         a very famous singer, performer, etc              She's a tennis superstar now.
               12        90     sympathise        v      ˈsɪmpəθaɪz       suosjećati           to understand and care about someone's problems I sympathised with her when she lost her job.

               12        93     sympathy          n      ˈsɪmpəθi         suosjećanje          when you show that you understand and care              It's hard to feel much sympathy for them.
                                                                                               about someone's problems
               12        88     tantrum           n      ˈtæntrəm         napad gnjeva         when someone, especially a child, suddenly shows        At the age of two many children throw tantrums.
                                                                                               that they are very angry, usually because they
                                                                                               cannot have something
               13        96     apparently        adv    əˈpærəntli       izgleda              used to say that you have read or been told             Chocolate can be good for you, apparently.
               13        98     Argentina         n      ˌɑːdʒənˈtiːnə    Argentina            a country in South America                              He wants to live in Argentina.
               13        100    board             n      bɔːd             ploča                a blackboard or whiteboard                              The teacher wrote her name up on the board.
               13        96     butterfly         n      ˈbʌtəflaɪ        leptir               an insect with large, coloured wings                    A butterfly was flying around the garden.
               13        99     certain           adj    ˈsɜːtən          određen              limited                                                 I like modern art to a certain degree, but I don't
                                                                                                                                                       like the really experimental stuff.
               13        96     chewing-gum       n      ˈtʃuːɪŋgʌm       žvakaća guma         a sweet substance that you chew (=bite                  Please put your chewing-gum in the bin.
                                                                                               repeatedly) but do not swallow
               13        96     childhood         n      ˈtʃaɪldhʊd       djetinjstvo          the part of your life when you are a child          What can you remember from your childhood?
               13        99     church            n      tʃɜːtʃ           crkva                a building where Christians go to pray              Do you go to church every week?
               13        99     climate           n      ˈklaɪmət         klima                the weather conditions of an area                   They enjoy living in a country with a warm
               13        98     concerned         adj    kənˈsɜːnd        zabrinut             worried                                             He's very late and I am feeling a bit concerned.
               13        101    creepy            adj    ˈkriːpi          jeziv                strange and frightening                             I think this house is a bit creepy.
               13        96     cuddly            adj    ˈkʌdəli          pogodan za maženje   soft and pleasant to hold close to you              You're not fat, just lovely and cuddly.
               13        99     cute              adj    kjuːt            sladak               attractive                                          You were a very cute child.
               13        101    director          n      dɪˈrektə         redatelj             someone who tells the actors in a film or play what He's a famous film director.
                                                                                               to do
               13        97     emperor           n      ˈempərə          car                  the male ruler of an empire (=group of countries    The exhibition is about the great Chinese
                                                                                               ruled by one person or government)                  emperors.
               13        98     expensive         adj    ɪkˈspensɪv       skup                 costing a lot of money                              I'd like to buy this jacket but it's very expensive.

               13        100    fairy tale        n      ˈfeəri teɪl      bajka                a story told to children with magic in it and a happy   You don't believe those old fairy tales, do you?
               13        96     feline            adj    ˈfiːlaɪn         mačji                relating to cats, or like a cat                         He loves all sorts of felines.
               13        96     fern              n      fɜːn             paprat               a green plant with narrow leaves like feathers and      The forest is full of ferns and exotic plants.
                                                                                               no flowers
               13        96     fly               v      flaɪ             letjeti              to travel through the air in an aircraft                He enjoys flying and international travel.
               13        100    folk tale         n      fəʊk teɪl        narodna priča        a story that parents have passed on to their            The film was based on a very old folk tale.
                                                                                               children through speech over many years
               13        98     formal            adj    ˈfɔːməl          formalan             used about clothes, language, and behaviour that        It's a formal event so dress smartly.
                                                                                               are serious and not friendly or relaxed
               13        100    frightening       adj    ˈfraɪtənɪŋ       zastrašujuć          making you feel afraid or nervous                       Most ghost stories are too frightening for me.
               13        96     gate              n      geɪt             vrata ograde         a door in a fence or outside wall                       You have to go through a gate to get to their
               13        96     hair              n      heə              vlas                 the thin, thread-like parts that grow on the head       The hairs on the back of my neck stood up, I
                                                                                               and body of people and animals                          was so frightened.
               13        100    handsome          adj    ˈhænsəm          privlačan            a handsome man is attractive                            Do you think he's handsome?
               13        100    headless          adj    ˈhedləs          bezglav              without a head                                          I hope we don't see a headless ghost in the
               13        98     helpful           adj    ˈhelpfəl         spreman pomoći,      willing to help or useful                               You have been very helpful, thank you.
               13        100    horseman          n      ˈhɔːsmən         jahač                a person who rides a horse, especially someone          He's an excellent horseman.
                                                                                               who rides well
               13        100    hurt              v      hɜːt             naškoditi            to cause harm or difficulty                             Hard work never hurt anyone.
               13        98     illegal           adj    ɪˈliːgəl         ilegalan             not allowed by law                                      Smoking is now illegal in almost all public
                                                                                                                                                       buildings in the UK.
               13        98     impolite          adj    ˌɪmpəlˈaɪt       nepristojan          rude                                                    I think it is impolite to talk with food in your
               13        99     institution       n      ˌɪnstɪˈtjuːʃən   ustanova             a large and important organization, such as a           The university is an important institution.
                                                                                               university or bank
               13        97     irrational        adj    ɪˈræʃənəl        iracionalan          Irrational feelings and actions are based on your    Don't be so irrational, there's nothing to worry
                                                                                               emotions and not on good reasons.                    about.
               13        101    killer            n      ˈkɪlə            ubojica              someone who kills, or a disease or animal that kills Do you think cats are natural killers?

               13        100    legend            n      ˈledʒənd         legenda              a story from a time in the past that was very long      When she was young she liked reading myths
                                                                                               ago                                                     and legends.
               13        98     logical           adj    ˈlɒdʒɪkəl        logičan              using reason                                            He is always very logical and likes to think about
                                                                                                                                                       things carefully.
               13        99     midday            n      ˌmɪdˈdeɪ         podne                twelve o'clock in the middle of the day                 I always have lunch at midday.
               13        101    murder            n      ˈmɜːdə           ubojstvo             the crime of killing someone                            The police like to solve murder cases as soon as
               13        101    murder            v      ˈmɜːdə           ubiti                to kill someone                                         Who could have murdered him?
               13        96     necessarily       adv    ˈnesəsərəli      nužno                used in negatives to mean 'in every case' or            Not necessarily.
               13        98     opposite          n      ˈɒpəzɪt          suprotnost           someone or something that is completely different       They are opposites in character.
                                                                                               from another person or thing
               13        100    pass (sth) down   v      pɑːs daʊn        predati, prenijeti   to teach or give something to someone who will be       This is a tradition, passed down from generation
                                                                                               alive after you have died                               to generation.
               13        101    performance       n      pəˈfɔːməns       predstava            acting, singing, dancing, or playing music for other    What a great performance!
                                                                                               people to enjoy
               13        96     phobia            n      ˈfəʊbiə          fobija               an extreme fear of something                            Do you have any phobias?
               13        101    plot              n      plɒt             tijek događaja       the things that happen in a story                       I couldn't understand the plot of this film.
               13        101    policeman         n      pəˈliːsmən       policajac            a male member of a police force                         His father was a policeman.
               13        100    pumpkin           n      ˈpʌmpkɪn         bundeva              a large, round vegetable with thick, orange skin        They made delicious pumpkin soup.
               13        96     reaction          n      riˈækʃən         reakcija             something you say, feel, or do because of               There have been mixed reactions to the news.
                                                                                               something that has happened
               13        98     regular           adj    ˈregjələ         redovan              usual                                                   It's just a regular dentist's check.

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               Unit      Page   English Word           Part of IPA                Croatian*               Definition                                               Example sentence
                         no.                           speech                     Hrvatski*
               13        100    rough                  adj     rʌf                grub                    dangerous or violent; not calm or gentle                 That boy looks rough but he's quite gentle really.

               13        100    scared                 adj      skeəd             uplašen                 frightened or worried                                    Don't be scared, it's only a shadow.
               13        100    schoolteacher          n        ˈskuːlˌtiːtʃə     učitelj                 someone who teaches children in a school                 She worked as a schoolteacher for thirty years.

               13        98     seriously              adv      ˈsɪəriəsli        ozbiljno                in a serious way                                         I am seriously worried about this exam.
               13        96     share                  v        ʃeə               imati što zajedničko    to have or use something at the same time as             The sisters share a love of horse-riding.
                                                                                                          someone else
               13        96     size                   n        saɪz              veličina                how big or small something is                            I'd like to try this dress in a smaller size.
               13        99     skater                 n        ˈskeɪtə           skejter                 a person on skates                                       The ice rink was full of skaters.
               13        100    sleepy                 adj      ˈsliːpi           uspavan                 feeling tired and wanting to go to sleep                 I'm feeling sleepy so I'm off to bed.
               13        100    smash                  v        smæʃ              zdrobiti                to break into a lot of pieces with a loud noise, or to   The plates were all smashed to pieces.
                                                                                                          make something break into a lot of pieces with a
                                                                                                          loud noise
               13        96     snake                  n        sneɪk             zmija                   a long, thin creature with no legs that slides along     Most snakes are harmless.
                                                                                                          the ground
               13        101    star                   v        stɑː              igrati glavnu ulogu     to be the main person in a film, play, etc               This film stars all my favourite actors.
               13        101    storyline              n        ˈstɔːrilaɪn       priča                   (in a book, film, play, etc) the plot (=the series of    The storyline of this film is quite hard to
                                                                                                          events which happen in it)                               understand.
               13        96     survey                 n        ˈsɜːveɪ           istraživanje            an examination of people's opinions or behaviour         According to a recent survey, pets help people to
                                                                                                          made by asking people questions                          live longer.
               13        101    tough                  adj      tʌf               težak                   difficult                                                It's a really tough time for her.
               14        102    base                   v        beɪs              temeljiti               If you base something on facts or ideas, you use         What is your decision based on?
                                                                                                          those facts or ideas to develop it.
               14        102    basket                 n        ˈbɑːskɪt          košara                  a container for carrying things, made of thin pieces     I use a basket to carry my shopping in.
                                                                                                          of plastic, metal, or wood
               14        102    bike                   n        baɪk              bicikl                  bicycle                                                  I decided to go on my bike.
               14        106    candidate              n        ˈkændɪdət         kadidat                 a person who takes part in an election or tries to       We will choose the best candidate for the job.
                                                                                                          get a job
               14        104    cared for              adj      keəd fɔː          voljeno                 loved by someone                                         When I stayed with my aunt I felt really cared for.

               14        107    cheer (sb) up          v        tʃɪə ʌp           razveseliti             to stop feeling sad, or to make someone feel             I tried to find ways to cheer them up.
               14        102    citizen                n        ˈsɪtɪzən          građanin                someone who lives in a particular town or city     German citizens have voted in large numbers for
                                                                                                                                                             their new president.
               14        104    confident              adj      ˈkɒnfɪdənt        samouvjeren             certain about your ability to do things well       Are you feeling confident about your chances of
               14        106    credit                 n        ˈkredɪt           priznanje               praise that is given to someone for something they To give her credit, she's always on time.
                                                                                                          have done
               14        102    Dane                   n        deɪn              Danac                   a person from Denmark                              Many Danes have fair hair.
               14        102    Danish                 n/adj    ˈdeɪnɪʃ           danski, danski jezik    from, belonging to or relating to Denmark          Danish people generally have a high standard of
               14        102    Denmark                n        ˈdenmɑːk          Danska                  a country in Europe                                Many people in Denmark like to cycle
               14        102    economical             adj      ˌiːkəˈnɒmɪkəl     ekonomičan              using little money, fuel, etc                      This is an economical way of heating your home.

               14        102    equal                  adj      ˈiːkwəl           jednak                  the same in amount, number, or size                      She feels strongly that women are equal to men.

               14        105    everyday               adj      ˈevrideɪ          svakodnevan             normal, usual, or happening every day                    The drama is about the everyday lives of London
               14        106    eye                    n        aɪ                smisao                  one of the two organs in your face, which you use        She has an eye for a bargain.
                                                                                                          to see with
               14        102    Fiji                   n        ˈfiːdʒiː          Fiji                    a country consisting of a group of islands east of       We visited Fiji and Australia.
               14        102    gathering              n        ˈgæðərɪŋ          okupljanje              when many people get together as a group                 They always have a big family gathering at
               14        104    guilty                 adj      ˈgɪlti            kriv                    feeling bad because you have done something              Don't feel guilty, you have to do what is right for
                                                                                                          wrong                                                    you.
               14        108    haircut                n        ˈheəkʌt           frizura                 the style in which your hair has been cut                I love your haircut − who did it for you?
               14        102    happiness              n        ˈhæpɪnəs          sreća                   the feeling of being happy                               They shared many years of happiness together.

               14        109    hip-hop                n        ˈhɪphɒp           hip-hop                 a type of pop music with songs about problems in         Do you like hip-hop music?
                                                                                                          society and words that are spoken and not sung

               14        104    lonely                 adj      ˈləʊnli           usamljen                sad because you are not with other people                He feels lonely because his friends are all away.

               14        105    look up                v        lʊk ʌp            potražiti               to try to find a piece of information by looking in a If you don't know what the word means, look it
                                                                                                          book or on a computer                                 up in a dictionary.
               14        102    mad                    adj      mæd               lud za                  if you are mad about someone or something you         That sort of music is ok, but I am not mad about
                                                                                                          love that person or that thing                        it.
               14        104    need                   n        niːd              potreba                 something that is necessary to have or do             You seem to feel the need to tell people what to
               14        102    non-                   prefix   ˌnɒn              ne-                     used to add the meaning 'not' or 'the opposite of' to We need to find some non-polluting fuel for cars.
                                                                                                          adjectives and nouns
               14        106    open                   adj      ˈəʊpən            otvoren                 honest and not secretive                              He' s a very open, honest person.
               14        102    per capita             adv      pəˈ kæpɪtə        po osobi                for each person                                       How much does your country spend per capita
                                                                                                                                                                on public transport?
               14        102    philosophy             n        fɪˈlɒsəfi         filozofija              (informal) someone's outlook on life and their way What is your personal philosophy?
                                                                                                          of dealing with it
               14        105    pick up                v        pɪk ʌp            naučiti usput           to learn a new skill or language by practising it     I picked up a lot of French by living in the
                                                                                                          rather than being taught it                           country.
               14        108    poem                   n        ˈpəʊɪm            pjesma                  a piece of writing, especially one that has short     I'm writing a poem about falling in love.
                                                                                                          lines and uses words that sound the same
               14        102    pram                   n        præm              dječja kolica           a small vehicle with four wheels for carrying a baby She was walking through the park pushing a
               14        102    produce                n        ˈprɒdjuːs         prehrambeni proizvodi   food that is grown or made in large quantities to be We sell milk, cheese and other fresh produce in
                                                                                                          sold                                                  our shop.
               14        106    producer               n        prəˈdjuːsə        producent               someone who controls how a film, play,                A famous film producer is giving an interview.
                                                                                                          programme, or musical recording is made
               14        102    provide                v        prəˈvaɪd          pružiti                 to give something to someone                          I will provide everything you need.
               14        105    put up with (sth/sb)   v        pʊt ʌp wɪð        trpiti                  to accept or continue to accept an unpleasant         He is very annoying, how do you put up with
                                                                                                          situation or experience, or someone who behaves him?
               14        102    rank                   v        ræŋk              rangirati               to have a position higher or lower than others        How would you rank the different teams?
               14        108    rating                 n        ˈreɪtɪŋ           ocjena                  a measurement of how good or popular something Critics have given the show excellent ratings.
                                                                                                          or someone is
               14        102    recent                 adj      ˈriːsənt          nedavan                 happening or starting from a short time ago           A recent report criticised the organisation.
               14        102    refuse collector       n        ˈrefjuːs kəˈlektə radnik čistoće          dustman                                               The city's refuse collectors have gone on strike.

               14        102    socialise              v        ˈsəʊʃəlaɪz        družiti se              to spend the time when you are not working with          Socialising with friends and family is good for
                                                                                                          friends or with other people in order to enjoy           you.

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               Unit      Page   English Word        Part of IPA                Croatian*               Definition                                              Example sentence
                         no.                        speech                     Hrvatski*
               14        104    sorry               adj     ˈsɒri              žalostan                used to show that you are sad about a person or         I feel really sorry for him now both his parents
                                                                                                       situation                                               have died.
               14        102    stall               n        stɔːl             štand                   a small shop with an open front or a table from         I have a stall in the market every Thursday.
                                                                                                       which things are sold
               14        102    status              n        ˈsteɪtəs          status                  the position that you have in relation to other         Being a doctor has a high status in our society.
                                                                                                       people because of your job or social position
               14        104    strange             adj      streɪndʒ          neobičan                unusual or not expected                                 Sleeping in another bed felt strange and I
                                                                                                                                                               couldn't get to sleep.
               14        102    suspicious          adj      səˈspɪʃəs         sumnjiv                 making you feel that something is wrong or that         I started getting suspicious when I noticed
                                                                                                       something bad is happening                              money going missing.
               14        102    symbol              n        ˈsɪmbəl           simbol                  a sign or object that is used to mean something         A circle with a cross at the bottom is a symbol for
               14        105    take after (sb)     v        teɪk ˈɑːftə       sličiti                 to be similar to an older member of your family in      She takes after her father and has just the same
                                                                                                       appearance or character                                 laugh.
               14        102    tax                 n        tæks              porez                   money that you have to pay to the government            They were trying to avoid paying taxes.
                                                                                                       from what you earn or when you buy things
               14        102    translate           v        trænzˈleɪt        prevoditi               to change words from one language to another            How would you translate this word?
               14        102    tropical            adj      ˈtrɒpɪkəl         tropski                 from or in the hottest parts of the world               Do you enjoy the tropical climate?
               14        109    unconcerned         adj      ˌʌnkənˈsɜːnd      bezbrižan               not worried by something                                He seems quite unconcerned by all the fuss.
               14        106    up to (sb)          prep     ʌp tuː            biti na izbor           to be the responsibility of someone                     You will have to decide if you want to go or not;
                                                                                                                                                               it's up to you.
               14        104    up to doing (sth)   idiom    ʌp tuː ˈduːɪŋ     ne biti u stanju        strong enough for a particular activity                 I wanted to go, but now I don't feel up to it.
               14        102    vegetable           n        ˈvedʒtəbəl        povrće                  a plant that you eat, for example a potato, onion,      What is your favourite vegetable?
               Welcome 7        break a record      phrase   breɪk eɪ rɪˈkɔːd srušiti rekord           to do something better than the best known speed,       She broke the record for the 5000 metres.
                                                                                                       time, number, etc
               Welcome 10       court               n        kɔːt              sud                     the place where a judge decides if someone has          I'm thinking of taking them to court.
                                                                                                       done a crime
               Welcome 11       drive               n        draɪv             drive                   a part of a computer that can read or store             Where is the power drive on your computer?
               Welcome 7        epidemic            n        ˌepɪˈdemɪk        epidemija               when a large number of people get the same              There's been an epidemic of colds recently.
                                                                                                       disease at the same time
               Welcome 10       GPS                 n        ˌdʒiːˈpiːz        GPS sustav za           Global Positioning System: a system of computers        Does your car have GPS?
                                                                               navođenje               and satellites (=equipment that is sent into space
                                                                                                       around the Earth to receive and send signals) that
                                                                                                       work together to tell a user where they are

               Welcome 10       information         n        ˌɪnfəˈmeɪʃən      informatička tehnologija the use of computers and other electronic              Do you know anything about the latest
                                technology                   tekˈnɒlədʒi                                equipment to store and send information                information technology?
               Welcome 10       journalist          n        ˈdʒɜːnəlɪst       novinar                  someone whose job is journalism                        I work as a journalist for a local newspaper.
               Welcome 10       legal               adj      ˈliːgəl           zakonit, legalan         allowed by law                                         This may be legal but is it fair?
               Welcome 6        let down            v        let daʊn          iznevjeriti, razočarati  to disappoint someone by failing to do what you        Please come as you promised to; don't let me
                                                                                                        agreed to do                                           down.
               Welcome 8        lift                n        lɪft              prijevoz                 a free journey in another person's vehicle,            I offered him a lift home.
                                                                                                        especially a car
               Welcome 9        like                prep     laɪk              kao što je/su            similar to                                             Do you have any flat shoes like trainers or
               Welcome 4        march               n        mɑːtʃ             mimohod                 when people walk in a group to show that they           He's going on a march to protest about the new
                                                                                                       disagree with something                                 laws.
               Welcome 11       memory stick        n        ˈmeməri stɪk      memorijski stick        a small electronic device designed to store             All my work is on a memory stick.
                                                                                                       information that can be put into a computer, mobile
                                                                                                       phone, etc
               Welcome 4        no chance           excl     nəʊ tʃɑːns        nema šanse              used to say that there is no possibility of something   Go to an all-night party? No chance, I'm afraid.
               Welcome 4        no problem          excl     nəʊ ˈprɒbləm      nema problema           something that you say to mean you can or will do       I can lend you some money, no problem.
                                                                                                       what someone has asked you to do
               Welcome   6      no way              excl     nəʊ weɪ           nikako                  certainly not                                           Will I make the same mistake again? No way!
               Welcome   10     photographic        adj      ˌfəʊtəˈgræfɪk     fotografski             relating to photographs                                 They have photographic evidence of the event.
               Welcome   5      precious            adj      ˈpreʃəs           dragocjen               very important to you                                   All my children are very precious.
               Welcome   10     privacy             n        ˈprɪvəsi          privatnost              when you are alone and people cannot see or hear        I would like some privacy when I am at home.
                                                                                                       what you are doing
               Welcome 10       privately           adv      ˈpraɪvɪtli        u privatnosti           in secret, or with only one or two other people         I agreed with her, but privately I thought she was
                                                                                                       present                                                 being a bit silly.
               Welcome 5        produce             v        prɒˈdjuːs         stvoriti                to make or grow something                               Cars can produce a lot of pollution.
               Welcome 8        properly            adv      ˈprɒpəli          ispravno                correctly, or in a satisfactory way                     You must do it properly!
               Welcome 4        protection          n        prəˈtekʃən        zaštita                 the act of protecting or state of being protected       We need to take the protection of children
               Welcome 10       resident            n        ˈrezɪdənt         stanovnik               someone who lives in a particular place                 All the residents of the apartment block had to
                                                                                                                                                               be moved out.
               Welcome 5        reuse               v        ˌriːˈjuːs         ponovno upotrijebiti    to find a new use for something so that it does not     I try to re-use shopping bags when possible.
                                                                                                       have to be thrown away
               Welcome 9        sweet               n        swiːt             slatkiš                 a small piece of sweet food, often made of sugar        I've stopped eating sweets since I got a sore
                                                                                                       or chocolate                                            tooth.

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