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Close up B1 - Unit 12 Vocabulary

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  • To close and open your eyes quickly, once or several times
    BLINK
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  • When air and often small drops of liquid suddenly come out of your nose and mouth in a way you cannot control
    SNEEZE
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  • To force air out of your lungs through your throat with a short, loud sound
    COUGH
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  • To open the mouth wide and take a lot of air into the lungs and slowly send it out, usually when tired or bored
    YAWN
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  • to breathe out slowly and noisily, expressing tiredness, sadness, pleasure, etc.
    SIGH
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  • To use your teeth to cut into something or someone
    BITE
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  • The hair that some men allow to grow on the lower part of their face
    BEARD
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  • The soft part of your face that is below your eye and between your mouth and ear
    CHEEK
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  • The upper front part of the body of humans and some animals, between the stomach and the neck, containing the heart and lungs
    CHEST
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  • The line of short hairs above each eye in humans
    EYEBROWS
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  • Either of the two pieces of skin that can close over each eye
    EYELID
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  • One of the parts of someone's face that you notice when you look at them
    FEATURES
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  • To move backwards away from something or someone, usually because you are frightened
    BACK AWAY
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  • To decide not to do something that you had said you would do
    BACK OUT OF
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  • To start a journey or leave a place
    HEAD OFF
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  • To be likely to experience something soon, because of your own actions or behaviour
    HEAD FOR
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  • To quickly repeat or give the main points of something
    RUN OVER
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  • To finish, use, or sell all of something, so that there is none left
    RUN OUT OF
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  • To consider an idea or plan carefully before making a decision
    THINK OVER
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  • To produce a new idea or plan
    THINK UP
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  • To To give something to each person in a group or place:
    HAND OUT
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  • To give something to someone else
    HAND OVER
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  • To do the job that another person was going to do or usually does, or to take that person's place at an event, because they cannot be there
    STAND IN
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  • To be very noticeable
    STAND OUT
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