Tuesday, May 4, 2021

600 Essential English Words 17



Unit 17: Word List

321. appreciate / əˈpriː.ʃi.eɪt / v. (menghargai)
To appreciate something is to understand its good qualities.
e.g. I can appreciate the lovelyy scenery. 
    (Saya bisa menghargai pemandangan yang indahnya.)

322. available / əˈveɪ.lə.bəl / adj. (ada, tersedia)
If something is available, it means you can get it. 
e.g. There many seats available in the room. 
    (Ada banyak kursi yang tersedia di dalam ruangan.) 

323. beat / biːt / v. (mengalahkan, memukul)
To beat someone means to do better than they do.
 e.g. I managed to beat everyone in the race. 
    (Saya berhasil mengalahkan semua orang dalam balapan.)

324. bright / brɑɪt / adj. (terang, cerah)
If something is bright, it shows a lot of light. 
e.g. The bright light from the explosion hurt my eyes. 
    (Cahaya terang dari ledakan itu melukai mataku.)

325. celebrate / ˈsel.ə.breɪt / v. (merayakan)    
To celebrate is to do something to show that an event is special. 
e.g. We all celebrated when we heard the great news. 
    (Kami semua merayakann saat mendengar kabar baik itu.)

326. determine / dɪˈtɝː.mɪn / v. (menentukan, memutuskan) 
To determine means to choose or make a decision. 
e.g. He tried to determine which one to eat first. 
    (Dia mencoba menentukan mana yang akan dimakan lebih dulu.)

327. disappear / ˌdɪs.əˈpɪr / v. (lenyap, hilang, tidak terlihat)   
To disappear means to go away or not be seen. 
e.g. The top of the building is disappearing in the clouds. 
    (Bagian atas bangunan tidak terlihat di awan.)

328. else / els / adj. (lain)
If you talk about something else, you talk about something different. 
e.g. I wanted a bike for my birthday, but I got something else. 
    (Saya menginginkan sepeda untuk ulang tahun saya, tetapi saya dapat sesuatu yang lain.)

329. fair / feər / adj. (wajar, adil)
Fair described treating someone in a way that is reasonable or right. 
e.g. He sold me his car for a fair price. 
    (Dia menjual mobilnya kepada saya dengan harga yang wajar.)

330. flow / floʊ / v. (mengalir)
To flow is to move easily and continuously in one direction. 
e.g. The water flowed over the rocks and into the lake.
    (Air mengalir di atas bebatuan dan masuk ke danau.)

331. forward / ˈfɔːr.wɚd / adv. (maju, ke depan)
If you move forward, you move in the direction in front of you.
e.g. When he saw his mother, the baby crawled forward to her. 
    (Ketika dia melihat ibunya, bayi itu merangkak maju ke arahnya.)

332. hill / hɪl / n. (bukit)
A hill is a round area of land. It is higher that the land around it. 
e.g. The sun was rising above the green hills. 
    (Matahari terbit di atas perbukitan hijau.)

333. level / ˈlev.əl / n. (tingkat, kadar)
A level is a point on a scale that measure something. 
e.g. Please check the level of the temperature. 
    (Silakan periksa tingkat suhu.)

334. lone / loʊn / adj. (sendirian)
If someone or something is lone, they are the only one of that kind. 
e.g. A lone man walked along the street. 
    (Seorang pria sendirian berjalan di sepanjang jalan.)
 
335. puddle / ˈpʌd.əl / n. (genangan air)
A puddle is a pool of liquid on the ground. 
e.g. When the ice melted, it formed a puddle. 
    (Saat es mencair, terbentuklah genangan air.)

336. response / rɪˈspɑːns / n. (tanggapan, respon, jawaban)
A response is the answer to a question. 
e.g. He asked if I was sad. My response was “no.” 
    (Dia bertanya apakah saya sedih. Tanggapan saya adalah "tidak.”)

337. season / ˈsiː.zən / n. (musim)
A season is a time of the year: spring, summer, fall, or winter. 
e.g. Fall is a warm season, while winter is very cold. 
    (Musim gugur adalah musim yang hangat, sedangkan musim dingin sangat dingin.)

338. solution / səˈluː.ʃən / n. (solusi)
A solution is a way to solve a problem. 
e.g. There are many problems. We need solutions.
    (Ada banyak masalah. Kami butuh solusi.)

339. waste / weɪst / v. (membuang-buang, memboroskan)
To waste means to carelessly use something all up. 
e.g. Turn off the water so you don’t waste it. 
    (Matikan air agar Anda tidak membuangnya percuma.)

340. whether / ˈweð.ɚ / conj. (apakah)
You use whether when you must choose between two things. 
e.g. I could not decide whether to go left or right. 
    (Saya tidak dapat memutuskan apakah akan pergi ke kiri atau ke kanan.)

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