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لغات پر کاربرد خبری انگلیسی قسمت دوم 



Bridge: A structure built over a waterway, valley or road so people and vehicles can cross from one

side to the other

Brief: Short. Not long

Bright: Giving much light. Strong and clear in color

Broadcast: To send information, stories or music by radio or television. A radio or television


Budget: A spending plan

Building: Anything built for use as a house, factory, office, school, store or place of entertainment

Bullet: A small piece of metal shot from a gun

Burn: To be on fire. To destroy or damage by fire

Burst: To break open suddenly

Bury: To put into the ground and cover with earth

Calm: Quiet. Peaceful. Opposite tense

Camp: A place with temporary housing

Campaign: A competition by opposing political candidates seeking support from voters. A

connected series of military actions during a war

Cancer: A disease in which dangerous cells grow quickly and destroy parts of the body

Candidate: A person who seeks or is nominated for an office or an honor

Capital: The official center of a government. The city where a country's government is

Capitalism: An economic system in which the production of most goods and services is owned and

operated for profit by private citizens or companies

Capture: To make a person or animal a prisoner. To seize or take by force. To get control of

Care: To like. To protect. To feel worry or interest

Carry: To take something or someone from one place to another

Case( court): A legal action

Case( medical): An incident of disease

Catch: To seize after a chase. To stop and seize with the hands

Cause: To make happen. The thing or person that produces a result

Ceasefire: A halt in fighting, usually by agreement

Celebrate: To honor a person or event with special activities

Center: The middle of something. The place in the middle. A place that is the main point of an


Century: One hundred years

Ceremony: An act or series of acts done in a special way established by tradition

Chairman: A person leading a meeting or an organized group

Champion: The best. The winner

Chance: A possibility of winning or losing or that something will happen

Charge: To accuse someone of something, usually a crime. A statement in which someone is

accused of something

Chase: To run or go after someone or something

Cheat: To get by a trick. To steal from

Cheer: To shout approval or praise

Chemicals: Elements found in nature or made by people. Substances used in the science of


Chemistry: The scientific study of substances, what they are made of, how they act under different

conditions, and how they form other substances

Chief: The head or leader of a group. Leading. Most important

Circle: A closed shape that has all its points equally distant from the center, like an "o"

Citizen: A person who is a member of a country by birth or by law

Civilian: Not military

Civil rights: The political, economic and social rights given equally to all people of a nation

Claim: To say something as a fact

Clash: A battle. To fight or oppose

Clear: Easy to see or see through. Easily understood

Clergy: A body of officials within a religious organization

Climate: The normal weather conditions of a place

Climb: To go up something by using the feet and sometimes the hands

Coal: A solid black substance used as fuel

Coalition: Forces, groups or nations joined together

Coast: Land on the edge of the ocean

Coffee: A drink made from the plant of the same name

Collect: To bring or gather together in one place. To demand and receive

Colony: Land controlled by another country or government

Combine: To mix or bring together

Command: To order. To have power over something

Comment: To say something about. To express an opinion about something

Committee: A group of people given special work

Common: Usual. Same for all

 Communicate: To tell. To give or exchange information

Community: A group of people living together in one place or area

Company: A business organized for trade, industrial or other purposes

Compare: To examine what is different or similar

Compete: To try to do as well as, or better than, another or others

Complete: Having all parts. Ended or finished

Complex: having many parts that are difficult to understand. Not simple

Compromise: The settlement of an argument where each side agrees to accept less than first


Computer: An electronic machine for storing and organizing information, and for communicating

with others

Concern: Interest, worry, to fear

Condemn: To say a person or action is wrong or bad

Condition: Something declared necessary to complete an agreement. A person's health

Conference: A meeting

Confirm: To approve. To say that something is true

Conflict: A fight. A battle, especially a long one

Congratulate: To praise a person or to express pleasure for success or good luck

Congress: The organization of people elected to make the laws of the united states

Connect: To join one thing to another. To unite. To link

Conservative: One who usually supports tradition and opposes great change

Consider: To give thought to. To think about carefully

Constitution: The written general laws and ideas that form a nation's system of government

Contain: To hold. To include

Container: A box, bottle can used to hold something

Continent: Any of the seven great land areas of the world

Continue: To go on doing or being

Convention: A large meeting for a special purpose

Cool: Almost cold

Cooperate: To act or work together

Corn: A food grain

Correct: True. Free from mistakes. To change to what is right

Cost: The price or value of something, to be valued at

Cotton: A material made from a plant of the same name

Count: To speak or add numbers

Court: Where trials take place. Where judges make decisions about law

Cover: To put something over a person or thing. Anything that is put over a person or thing

Cow: A farm animal used for its milk

Crash: To fall violently. To hit with great force

Create: To make. To give life or form to

Creature: Any living being. Any animal or human

Credit: An agreement that payments will be made at a later time

Crew: A group of people working together

Crime: An act that violates a law

Criminal: A person who is responsible for a crime

Crisis: An extremely important time when something may become much better or worse. A

dangerous situation

!! posted by Learning English | | Thu 8 Nov 2007