1. Нехватка
    Downtown Denver has no shortage of options for fun things to do in the summer & we love that Bridge students can spend time exploring the city. This group took a bike bar through the streets of LoDo! 🚲
  2. уединенный
    solitary walk
  3. кладовая
  4. C2 able to change easily from one activity to another or ableto be used for many differentpurposes:
    He's a very versatile young actor who's as happy in highbrow dramas as he is in TV comedies.
  5. арендатор
  6. Handbag (US)
  7. быть неаккуратным
    be sloppy
  8. If the ground or sea is ..., it is extremelydangerous, especially because of bad weather conditions: + вероломный
  9. a meeting, especially one thathappens by chance:
    This meeting will be the first encounter between the party leaders since the election
  10. a lot of it available:
    abundant, plentiful.

    Strawberries are plentiful in the summer.

    I took a plentiful supply of games to keep the children amused
  11. C1 [ U ] the willingness to give a lot of time and energy to something because it is important:
    Dedication (Hingabe)

    He has always shown great dedication to the cause.

    She thanked the staff for their dedication and enthusiasm.
  12. the act of putting someone into a mental state like sleep, in which a person's thoughts can be easily influenced by someone else
    mesmerism // mesmerizing
  13. B2 to make known or show something that is surprising or that was previously secret:

    He was jailed for revealing secrets to the Russians
  14. C1 a statement saying that someone has done something morally wrong, illegal
    You can't just make wild accusations like that! (r Tatvorwurf)
  15. a crime considered to be one of the less serious types of crime:
    He was convicted in court on a misdemeanor charge. (Ordnungswidrigkeit)
  16. B2 [ T ] to do something illegal or something that is considered wrong:
    He was sent to prison for a crime that he didn't commit. (verpflichten)
  17. to be enough
    I'm taking $400 - I think that should suffice
  18. C1 certain to happen and unable to be avoided or prevented:
    The accident was the inevitable consequence/result/outcome of carelessness {Nachlässigkeit} (Unvermeidliche)
  19. B1 to persuade someone or make someone certain
    He managed to convince the jury of his innocence.

    • [ + (that) ] It's useless trying to convince her (that) she doesn't need to lose any weight.
    • (überzeugen)

    [ + to infinitive ] I hope this will convince you to change your mind.
  20. C2 the act of hiding the truth,especially to get an advantage:
    He was found guilty of obtaining money by deception. (Täuschung)
  21. phrase. If you refer to someone or something as one of a kind, you mean that there is nobody or nothing else like them.
    one of a kind. [approval] She's a very unusual woman, one of a kind.
  22. to gradually stop or disappear
    Peter out (totlaufen)

    The fighting which started in the night had petered out by morning.

    The track petered out after a mile or so.
  23. B1 Someone or something that can be trusted or believed because he, she, or it works or behaves well in the way you expect:
    Is your watch reliable?

    reliable information

    Gideon is very reliable - if he says he'll do something, he'll do it.

  24. B2 [ C ] an occasion when two or more similar things happen at the same time, especially in a way that is unlikely and surprising:
    You chose exactly the same wallpaper as us - what a coincidence!

    • a series of strange/amazing coincidences
    • Is it just a coincidence that the wife of the man who ran the competition won first prize? (r Zufall)
  25. B2 used to emphasize that you mean exactly what you are saying and nothing more:
    I wasn't complaining, I merely said that I was tired.

    I didn't say that you had to go - I merely suggested that you might want to go.
  26. A ... room or building is unpleasant because it has no fresh air:
    a stuffy office

    It's really hot and stuffy in here - let's open the window.

    • The bedroom gets a little stuffy in the summer.
    • (Stickig)
  27. B2 the ability to control your fear in a dangerous or difficult situation:
    They showed great courage when they found out about their baby's disability.

    [ + to infinitive ] People should have the courage to stand up for their beliefs.

    It took me months to summon/pluck up the courage to ask for a promotion.

    • Synonym
    • bravery

  28. Запястье
    wrist (Handgelenk)
  29. B2 [ T ] to try to find or get something, especially something that is not a physical object:
    B2 [ T ] to ask for advice, help,approval, permission, etc.:
    Are you actively seeking jobs?" she asked.

    Hundreds of dissidents are seeking refuge/asylum in the US embassy

    Legal advice should be sought before you take any further action

    (Streben nach)
  30. C2 to criticize something or someone strongly, usually for moral reasons:
    The terrorist action has been condemned as an act of barbarism and cowardice.

    The film was condemned for its sexism.

  31. B1 to say firmly or demand force fully, especially when others disagree with or opposewhat you say:
    [ + (that) ] Greg still insists (that) he did nothing wrong.

    Please go first - I insist!

    She insisted  on seeing her lawyer.

    (Dagegen zu bestehen)
  32. B1 to make someone more likely to do something, or to make something more likely to happen:
    B1 to talk or behave in a way that gives someone confidence to do something:
    T + to infinitive ] We were encouraged to learn foreign languages at school.

    • They've always encouraged me in every thing I've wanted to do.
    • (ermutigen)

    The council is encouraging the development of the property for both employment and recreation.
  33. C2 Something or someone that is so good or important that you could not manage without it, him, or her:
    This book is an indispensable resource for researchers.

    His long experience at the United Nations makes him indispensable to the talks.

  34. something that makes someone who is sad or disappointed feel better:
    If it's (of) any consolation (to you), you're not the only one he was nasty to.

    I didn't know what to say - I just offered a few words of consolation.

    (r Trost)
  35. informal an advantage or something extra, such as money or goods, that you are given because of your job:
    an advantage:
    A company car and a mobile phone are some of the perks that come with the job.

    Having such easy access to some of the best cinema and theatre is one of the perks of living in Sydney.
  36. B2 [ S ] the larger number or part of something:
    The majority of the employees have university degrees.

    A large majority of people approve of the death sentence.

    In Britain women are in the/a majority

  37. informal to surprise or please someone very much:
    The ending will blow you away.

  38. B2 an angry disagreement between two or more people or groups
    They had a bitter quarrel about/over some money three years ago and they haven't spoken to each other since.

    We have no quarrel with the people of your country (= we have no reason to disagree with or dislike them).

    They seem to have patched up their quarrel (= finished their disagreement and started to be friendly
  39. C2 a job, business, or piece of work:
    The construction of the tunnel is a large and complex undertaking

  40. C1 a movement of the hands,arms, or head, etc. to expressan idea or feeling:
    She made a rude gesture at the other driver.

  41. B2 to express admiration or approval of the achievements or characteristics of a personor thing:
    He should be praised for his honesty.

    My parents always praised me when I did well at school.

    He was highly praised for his researchon heart disease.

  42. B1 to continue to exist:

    C1 to continue being good or suitable:
    The meeting lasted two hours.

    The drought lasted for several months.

    They say the snow will last until the end of next week.

    I can't see the ceasefire  lasting.

    They haven't had an argument for two weeks, but it's too good to last (= they'll have an argument soon).

    I doubt their enthusiasm will last.

    He's working very efficiently at the moment, but it won't last.

    • ......
    • There's no point buying something that isn't going to last.

    • The cheaper washing machines sh2ould last about five years.
    • This pen should last (you) a lifetime if you take care of it.

    Her previous secretary only lasted a month (= left after this period).

  43. B2 If someone cheers up, or something cheers someone up, they start to feel happier:
    She was sick so I sent her some flowers to cheer her up.

    He cheered up at the prospect of a meal.

    Cheer up! It's not that bad!

    She went shopping to cheer herself up
  44. someone who has committed a crime or a violent or harmful act:
    The perpetrators of the massacre must be brought to justice as war criminals.
  45. C2 to balance one influence against an opposing influence, so that there is no great difference as a result:
    The extra cost of travelling to work is offset by the lower price of houses here.

    uk He keeps his petrol receipts because petrol is one of the expenses that he can offset against tax (= can show to the government as being a business cost, and so not pay tax).

  46. to ask someone a lot of questions for a long time in order to get information, sometimes using threats or violence:

    specialized computing to get information from a computer
    Thousands of dissidents have been interrogated or imprisoned in recentweeks. (Verhören)
  47. C1 to grow, develop, or be successful:
    His business thrived in the years before the war.

    She seems to thrive on stress.

  48. in a strange, and sometimes unpleasant, way:
    He looked at me most peculiarly.

    The streets were peculiarly quiet for the time of day.

    Thesaurus: synonyms and related words

    Strange, suspicious and unnatural

  49. B2 a person who is not brave and is too eager to avoid danger, difficulty, or pain:
    They branded her a coward for informing on her colleagues during the interrogation.

    More examples

    • He despised himself for being such a coward.
    • (Feigling)
  50. to surprise someone very much:
    I was astonished by how much she'd grown.

    What astonished me was that he didn't seem to mind.

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