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to become smaller in size, amount, value, or range OR to make stg smaller in size, amount, value, or range

to do or to cause something that has a very powerful or harmful effect OR to allow someone or something to be free when they were previously strictly controlled

to react to something with a sudden expression on your face that shows you are embarrassed or feel pain

small and crowded OR feeling uncomfortable in a space that is too small

an arm, or a leg

a portable computer

a pile of things placed one on top of another

present everywhere

very much, completely ALSO very carefully, so that nothing is missed

words printed near or on a picture that explain something about the picture

(mainly American) in or near the centre of a town or city, especially the business or shopping areas

not true, or not sensible

completely stupid, pointless

extremely silly

silly or playful behaviour (good or bad...)

afflicted with

perform an action in order to achieve something

instead of someone, or as a representative of someone

wide

to become wider / to make something wider (OR including more people)

to think about something carefully before making a decision or developing an opinion

to completely accept something such as a new belief, idea, or way of life ALSO to accept and include stg

suitable for your purposes and needs and causing the least difficulty ALSO near or easy to get to or use

an amount or quantity of something that is available to use

to provide someone or something with something that they need or want

a large pile of something, especially an untidy pile

formal - problems and worries

a iquid that has bubbles of gas in it

completely: often used for emphasizing how bad someone or something is

likely to do something or be affected by something, especially something bad

a group of people who work together to produce new ideas on a particular subject

angry or violent behaviour by people who are protesting against something

a political situation in which a large group of people opposes and tries to defeat the government or a ruler

a sudden or violent change, especially one that affects people’s lives

to force a leader or government out of their position of power

to start to protest and fight against a government or leader

the number of people who come to an event ; esp. nb of voters in an election

a decision not to vote in an election or meeting

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downtown

fizzy

stricken with

embrace

ludicrous

unleash

cramped

heap

consider doing stg / consider whether to do stg

thoroughly

unrest

prone to stg/to do stg (or to doing... also correct)

rise (up) against

supply

a think tank

convenient

laptop

caption

abstention

an uprising

antics

take a step (or steps)

on someone’s behalf

supply stg to sb OR supply sb with stg

broaden

inane

wince

nonsensical

utterly

a stack (of...)

limb

turnout

broad

upheaval

woes

overthrow

ubiquitous

skrink


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