UnitOverview_Level_9_Unit_1_2004

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Unit overview Level 9 Unit 1 Makan keluar Kosa Kata Vocabulary Phonetic spelling Part of speech Translation / definition oven UK [ˈʌvn] US [ˈʌvn] noun the part of a cooker/stove shaped like a box with a door on the front, in which food is cooked or heated patience UK [ˈpeɪʃns] US [ˈpeɪʃns] noun the ability to stay calm and accept a delay or sth annoying without complaining pear UK [peә(r)] US [per] noun a yellow or green fruit that is narrow at the top and wide at the bottom picky UK [ˈpɪki] US [ˈpɪki] adj. liking only particular things and difficult to please pudding UK [ˈpʊdɪŋ] US [ˈpʊdɪŋ] noun a sweet dish eaten at the end of a meal quiche UK [ki ː ʃ] US [ki ː ʃ] noun an open pie filled with a mixture of eggs and milk with meat, vegetables, cheese, etc. rare UK [reә(r)] US [rer] adj. cooked for only a short time so that the inside is still red regards noun used to send good wishes to sb at the end of a letter, or when asking sb to give your good wishes to another person who is not present service UK [ˈsɜ ː vɪs] US [ˈsɜ ː rvɪs] noun the serving of customers in hotels, restaurants, and shops/stores sorbet UK [ˈsɔ ː beɪ] US [ˈsɔ ː rbәt] noun a sweet frozen food made from sugar, water and fruit juice, often eaten as a dessert sparkling UK [ˈspɑ ː klɪŋ] US [ˈspɑ ː rklɪŋ] adj. containing bubbles of gas split UK [splɪt] US [splɪt] verb to divide sth into two or more parts and share it between different people, activities, etc stuffed UK [stʌft] US [stʌft] adj. having eaten so much that you cannot eat anything else sundae UK [ˈsʌndeɪ] US [ˈsʌndeɪ] noun a cold dessert (= a sweet dish) of ice cream covered with a sweet sauce, nuts, pieces of fruit, etc, usually
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