Saturday, May 8, 2021

600 Essential English Words 20



Unit 20: Word List


381. achieve / əˈtʃiːv / v. (mencapai)
To achieve something is to successfully do it after trying hard. 
e.g. I was happy that I could achieve my goal. 
    (Saya senang bisa mencapai tujuan saya.)

382. advise / ədˈvaɪz / v. (menasehati)
To advise someone is to tell them what to do. 
e.g. My mother often advises people about their money. 
    (Ibuku sering menasihati orang tentang uang mereka.) 

383. already / ɑːlˈred.i / adv. (sudah)
If something happens already, it happens before a certain time. 
 e.g. It is already time for the movie to start. Let’s go in. 
    (Sudah waktunya film dimulai. Ayo masuk.)

384. basic / ˈbeɪ.sɪk / adj. (dasar)
If something is basic, it is very simple or easy. 
e.g. I learned some basic English skills in school today. 
    (Saya belajar beberapa keterampilan bahasa Inggris dasar di sekolah hari ini.)

385. bit / bɪt / n. (sedikit)    
A bit is a small amount of something. 
e.g. I ate a bit of chocolate before I went to bed. 
    (Saya makan sedikit cokelat sebelum tidur.)

386. consider / kənˈsɪd.ɚ / v. (mempertimbangkan) 
To consider something means to think about it. 
e.g. Pete didn’t like his job. He considered getting a new one. 
    (Pete tidak menyukai pekerjaannya. Dia mempertimbangkan untuk mendapatkan yang baru.)

387. destroy / dɪˈstrɔɪ / v. (menghancurkan)   
To destroy means to damage something so badly that it cannot be used.
e.g. The glass was destroyed. 
    (Gelasnya hancur.)

388. entertain / en.t̬ɚˈteɪn / v. (menghibur)
To entertain someone is to do something that they enjoy. 
e.g. The clown entertained the kids at the party. 
    (Badut itu menghibur anak-anak di pesta itu.)

389. extra / ˈek.strə / adj. (ekstra, tambahan)
If something is extra, it is more than what is needed. 
e.g. The squirrel had extra nuts for the winter. 
    (Tupai memiliki kacang ekstra untuk musim dingin.)

390. goal / ɡoʊl / n. (tujuan)
A goal is something you work toward. 
e.g. Her goal was to become a doctor. 
    (Tujuannya adalah menjadi seorang dokter.)

391. lie / laɪ / v. (berbohong)
To lie is to say or write something untrue to deceive someone. 
e.g. Whenever Pinocchio lied to his father, his nose grew. 
    (Setiap kali Pinokio berbohong kepada ayahnya, hidungnya panjang.)

392. meat / miːt / n. (daging)
Meat is food made of animals. 
e.g. This piece of meat I’m eating tastes very good. 
    (Potongan daging yang saya makan ini rasanya sangat enak.)

393. opinion / əˈpɪn.jən / n. (opini)
An opinion is a thought about a person or a thing. 
e.g. Meg told me her opinion of my story. She said it was not funny. 
    (Meg menceritakan pendapatnya tentang ceritaku. Dia bilang itu tidak lucu.)

394. real / ˈriː.əl / adj. (nyata)
If something is real, it actually exists.
e.g. The handbag has a stamp on it, so it’s real. 
    (Tas tangan itu memiliki cap di atasnya, jadi asli.)

395. reflect / rɪˈflekt / v. (memantul)
To reflect is when a surface sends back light, heat, sound or an image. 
e.g. Her face was reflected on the smooth glass. 
    (Wajahnya terpantul di kaca halus.)

396. regard / rɪˈɡɑːrd / v. (menganggap, menghargai)
To regard someone or something is to think of them in a certain way. 
e.g. The boy regarded the girl as a good friend. 
    (Anak laki-laki itu menganggap gadis itu sebagai teman baik.)

397. serve / sɝːv / v. (melayani, menyajikan)
To serve someone is to give them food or drinks. 
e.g. He served us our drinks quickly. 
    (Dia menyajikan minuman kami dengan cepat.)

398. vegetable / ˈvedʒ.tə.bəl / n. (sayur)
A vegetable is a plant used as food. 
e.g. Carrots are my favorite vegetable. 
    (Wortel adalah sayuran favorit saya.)

399. war / wɔːr / n. (perang)
A war is a big fight between two groups of people. 
e.g. Many young men died in the war. 
    (Banyak pemuda tewas di perang itu.)

400. worth / ˈ wɝːθ / adj. (bernilai)
If something is worth an amount of money, it costs that amount. 
e.g. Our house is worth a lot of money.  
    (Rumah kami bernilai mahal.)

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