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For kids elderly 6 and over, this best-selling illustrated dictionary comprises complete sentence definitions and child-friendly instance sentences in addition to vibrant illustrations and pictures, color headwords and an A-Z on each web page.
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NOUN 2 You use the word area to mean in or around a place. There are lots of shops in this area. argue argues, arguing, argued VERB If you argue with someone, you say that you do not agree with them, and give your reasons. argument arguments NOUN An argument is a talk between people who do not agree. In some arguments, people shout angrily. arithmetic NOUN Arithmetic is about adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing numbers. arm arms NOUN Your arm is the part of your body between the shoulder and the hand.
Tickets are available now. avalanche avalanches NOUN An avalanche is a huge mass of snow and ice that falls down a mountain. avenue avenues NOUN An avenue is a wide road with trees on either side. average averages NOUN 1 An average is a result obtained by adding several amounts together and then dividing the total by the number of different amounts. If four children have a total of 36 sweets, the average is nine sweets per child. ADJECTIVE 2 If something is average, it is the standard or usual thing.
For example, a labrador is a breed of dog. breeze breezes NOUN A breeze is a gentle wind. brick bricks NOUN A brick is a block used for building. It is made of baked clay. bride brides NOUN A bride is a woman on or near her wedding day. bridge bridges NOUN A bridge is something built over things like rivers, railways or roads, so that people or vehicles can get across. brief briefer, briefest ADJECTIVE Something that is brief lasts only a short time. briefly ADVERB briefcase briefcases NOUN A briefcase is a flat case used for carrying papers.
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