- sneak around : to go or do something secretly, or take someone or something somewhere secretly
- a big /massive/huge fan of sth.
- Office romances are usually a bad idea.
- seminar : /ˈsem·əˌnɑr/ a meeting of a group of people with a teacher or expert for training, discussion, or study on a particular subject
Ex : I attended the seminars for two months.
- endless : never finishing , seems never to finish.
- make the call : make a decision
- get to do sth : to have an opportunity to do something
- kicker ( noun ) : something surprising
- preamble : /ˈpriː.æm.bəl/ an introduction
- on the/its/your way : during the journey
- scramble : to take off very quickly
- escort : /esˈkɔːrt/ a person or vehicle that goes somewhere with someone to protect or guard them
- throw up : to vomit.
- get results : succeed
- liaison : /liˈeɪ.zɑːn/ communication between people or groups who work with each other
- inter- : between or among the people, things, or places mentioned
- first-hand : ( adv ) obtained or experienced yourself
- want in/out of : to want to start or stop being involved in something
- suit up : to prepare to take part in something, especially a sport, by putting on a uniform
- deliberately : intentionally
Ex : I’m sure he says these things deliberately to annoy me.
- ablaze : (adj) /əˈbleɪz/ burning very strongly
- speculation : /ˌspek.jəˈleɪ.ʃən/ (guess) the act of guessing possible answers to a question without having enough information to be certain
- hazardous : /ˈhæz.ɚ.dəs/ dangerous
- on its way : happening or arriving soon
Ex : – My school is well on its way to a championship. We’re on our way from Logan, and should be there soon.
- on duty : something that you have to do because it is part of your job, or something that you feel is the right thing to do
- facility : the buildings, equipment, and services provided for a particular purpose
Ex : shopping facilities / medical facilities / sports facilities / storage facilities.
- suspicious : making you feel that something illegal is happening or that something is wrong / feeling doubt or no trust in someone or something.
Ex : suspicious Middle Eastern men
- pissed ( adj ) annoyed
- assault : /əˈsɑːlt/ to attack someone violently
Ex : He had attempted to sexually assault the woman.
- private : a soldier of the lowest rank in an army
Ex : Marine privates.
- put sb away : to send someone to prison
- much better
- sort of + adj : in some way or to some degree
Ex : I was sort of hoping to leave early today.
- severe: /səˈvɪr/ VERY SERIOUS
- feel like + clause : when you’re not quite sure of something , it sounds more personal than when you say “I think ___
- lucid : clearly expressed and easy to understand, or (of a person) thinking or speaking clearly
- remarkably : used for emphasizing how surprising or unusual something is
- Get + object + infinitive with to == get + object + -ing form have similar meanings of ‘cause or persuade to happen’
- anxious : /ˈæŋk.ʃəs/ eager to do something
Ex : be anxious for sth / to do sth / that clause.
- As … as + possibility
Ex : Can you come as soon as possible? – Go to as many places as you can. -We got here as fast as we could.
- countless : very many, or too many to be counted
- as to : about , relating to
Ex : I can’t answer questions as to how much money Mr. Mayer is being paid.
- non-starter : an idea, plan, or person that has no chance of success
- be supposed to do sth : to have to; to have a duty or a responsibility to
- incinerate : to burn something completely
- clearance : OFFICIAL PERMISSION
Ex : To visit the prison, you’ll need security clearance.
- brief : to give someone information about something
- obsolete : /ˌɑːb.səlˈiːt/ not in use any more, having been replaced by something newer and better or more fashionable
- immunity : official protection from legal action, for example, not being judged in a court or punished for a crime
Ex : grant/give sb immunity
- bidder : someone who offers to pay a particular amount of money for something
- demonstration : = demo
- unwarranted : lacking a good reason; unnecessary
- draw (one’s ) attention to sth : to attract attention or interest
- cannot afford : If you cannot afford to do something, you must not do it because it would cause serious problems for you
- be connected with : related to someone or something.
- come after : follow sb.
- be willing (to do sth) : to be happy to do something if it is needed.
- post : to send someone to a particular place to work
Ex : Guards were posted at all the doors.
- pursuit : the act of following someone or something to try to catch him, her, or it
Ex : The robbers fled the scene of the crime, with the police in pursuit.