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ADVANCE To move forward, to make progress. To lend money against a person's paycheck or allowance.
BARGE To enter a room rudely or abruptly. A flat bottom boat for transporting goods on a shallow river.
CURRENT Happening now, or up-to-date. The movement of water in the ocean or a river.
RARE Seldom seen or found. Meat that is very lightly cooked.
STUFF To put something into something else. Useless or worthless things, junk.
HEAD A person in charge. To move toward something.
TABLE A chart that lists fact and figures, usually in columns. A flat-topped piece of furniture on legs.
LAST To come at the end, after everything else. To go on for a particular length of time.
TEMPLE The flat area of your head above the cheek, in front of the ear. A building used for worship.
TRACE To copy a picture by following lines seen through a thin sheet of paper. A sign that something has happened, or that someone has been somewhere.
UPSET To defeat unexpectedly, as in an unexpected win in football. To make someone nervous or worried.
SUIT A set of matching clothes. One of four sets of playing cards; diamonds and clubs, for example.
JAM To squeeze or wedge something into a tight space. A situation in which things, people, or traffic cannot move.
LEVEL Flat and smooth, as in the surface of a table. To flatten, as a tornado might.
ALARM A device used to warn someone of danger. To make someone fear that something bad might happen.
BORE A person who is dull, uninteresting. To make a hole in something with a drill.
DAB To touch a surface gently with something soft. A little bit, as in a little bit of butter.
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