UnitOverview_Level_9_Unit_5_2077

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Unit overview Level 9 Unit 5 Bencana alam Kosa Kata Vocabulary Phonetic spelling Part of speech Translation / definition willing UK [ˈwɪlɪŋ] US [ˈwɪlɪŋ] adj. ready or pleased to help and not needing to be persuaded; done or given in an enthusiastic way victim UK [ˈvɪktɪm] US [ˈvɪktɪm] noun a person who has been attacked, injured or killed as the result of a crime, a disease, an accident, etc village UK [ˈvɪlɪdʒ] US [ˈvɪlɪdʒ] noun a very small town located in a country area volunteer UK [ˌvɒlәnˈtɪә(r)] US [ˌvɑ ː lәnˈtɪr] verb to offer to do sth without being forced to do it or without getting paid for it status UK [ˈsteɪtәs] US [ˈsteɪtәs] noun the situation at a particular time during a process temporary UK [ˈtemprәri] US [ˈtempәreri] adj. lasting or intended to last or be used only for a short time; not permanent terrified UK [ˈterɪfaɪd] US [ˈterɪfaɪd] adj. very frightened tsunami UK [tsu ː ˈ ː mi] US [tsu ː ˈ ː mi] noun an extremely large wave in the sea caused, for example, by an earthquake typhoon UK [taɪˈfu ː n] US [taɪˈfu ː n] noun a violent tropical storm with very strong winds suffer UK [ˈsʌfә(r)] US [ˈsʌfәr] verb to experience sth unpleasant, such as injury, defeat or loss spread UK [spred] US [spred] verb to cover, or to make sth cover, a larger and larger area squeaking noun a short, high cry or sound, that is not usually very loud shaking UK [ˈʃeɪkɪŋ] US [ˈʃeɪkɪŋ] noun the act of shaking sth/sb or the fact of being shaken shatter UK [ˈʃætә(r)] US [ˈʃætәr] verb to suddenly break into small pieces; to make sth suddenly break into small pieces shelter UK [ˈʃeltә(r)] US [ˈʃeltәr] noun a structure built to give protection, especially from the weather or from attack speed
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