TOEIC英・英単語 S-12

n1. a period of time
n2. magic words that are supposed to make a person or thing change shape, disappear, etc.
v1. to write or tell someone the letters that are used to make a word
v2. If you can spell, you know how to write the words of a language correctly.

n1. the letters that are used to write a word
n2. someone’s ability to spell words

v1. to use money to buy or pay for something
v2. to use time doing something or being somewhere

n. a round object shaped like a ball

v. If you spill liquid, or if it spills, it goes somewhere you do not want it

n. a long line of bones in a person’s or animal’s back

adj. very good or very beautiful

n. someone who is chosen to speak officially for a group or organization

n. a person or organization that gives money to support an activity, event, etc.
v. to give money to support an activity, event, etc.

adj. happening naturally, without planning or encouragement

n1. a small, round mark that is a different colour from the surface it is on
n2. a place
n3. a small, red mark on your skin
v. to see or notice something or someone

n. a person’s husband or wife

n. the degree to which something moves to cover a larger area or affect a larger number of people, or the fact of doing this
v1. to arrange something so that it covers a large area
v2. to affect a larger number of people
v3. to move a soft substance across a surface so that it covers it
v4. to tell information to a lot of people

n. a sharp, pointed piece of metal fixed to the boot of someone riding a horse
v. to encourage someone to do something or something to happen

adj. having the shape of a square
n1. a shape with four equal sides and four 90° angles
n2. an open area with buildings around it, often in the centre of a town

n. the state of being firmly fixed or not likely to move or change:

v. to cause something to become fixed and stop changing, esp. in order to keep it from becoming worse, or to become fixed and stop changing

adj1. not likely to change or end suddenly
adj2. fixed or safe and not likely to move
n. a building where horses are kept

n. a pile of things arranged one on top of another
v. to arrange things in a pile one on top of another

n. the people who work for an organization
v. to provide workers for an organization

n. the management of the number and types of workers needed in an organization

adj1. Stagnant water or air does not flow and becomes dirty and smells unpleasant.
adj2. A stagnant economy, society, or organization does not develop or grow.

n. the fact of staying the same and not growing or developing

n. a dirty mark on something that is difficult to remove
v. to leave a dirty mark on something that is difficult to remove, or to become dirty in this way

adj1. with no marks on it, or made of a substance that is not damaged by air or water and that does not change colour
adj2. morally good; having done nothing that could be considered to be wrong

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