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1. /brɪŋ/ 1(VERB)
to take someone or something from one place and have them with you when you arrive somewhere else
Bring a coat in case it gets cold.
Can I bring the children with me?
My parents always encouraged us to bring our friends home.
para llevar a alguien o algo de un lugar y tener con usted cuando esté en otra parte
Lleve un abrigo en caso de que se enfríe.
¿Puedotraer a los niños conmigo?
Mis padres siempre nos animaron a traer a nuestros amigos.

1. /stɑrv/ VERB [intransitive] to suffer or to die because there is not enough food
[transitive] to make someone suffer or die by preventing them from having enough food
They were accused of deliberately starving the prisoners.
starve yourself to death:
He threatened to starve himself to deathif the war didn’t stop.
 [] TRANSITIVO hacer a alguien sufrir o morir, impidiéndoles tener suficiente comida
Se les acusó de hambre deliberadamente a los prisioneros.
pase hambre a la muerte:
Amenazó con morir de hambre si la guerra no se detuvo.

1. /ˈfitʃər/ 1
an important part or aspect of something
Each room has its own distinctive features.
1an parte importante o aspecto dealgo
Cada habitación tiene sus propias características.

TWIN
1forming a pair of two similar things
a powerful plane with twin engines
1forming un par de dos cosas similares
un avión con dos motores de gran alcance

QUIET
making very little or no noise
Electric cars are quiet and pollution-free.
some quiet soothing music
1making ruido muy poca o ninguna
Los cocheseléctricos son silenciosos y no contaminantes.
una cierta música calmante tranquila

WINNER
someone who wins a race, competition, or prize
The winner of the tournament gets $50,000.
She was a gold medal winner at the last Olympics.
There was a standing ovation for the three-time winner of the competition.
decide the winner (=decide who is the winner):
The next shot would decide thewinner.

RICH
owning a lot of money, property, or valuable possessions
His invention has made him a rich man.
one of the world’s richest countries
A lot of people thought they could get rich by investing in Internet companies.
poseer mucho dinero, propiedades o posesiones valiosas
Su invento le ha hecho un hombre rico.
uno de los países más ricos del mundo
Muchas personas pensaron quepodían hacerse ricos mediante la inversión en empresas de Internet.

ROOF
1 the top outer part of a building
The roof is leaking again.
a thatched roof (=made of straw)
el parte superior externa de un edificio
El techo tiene goteras de nuevo.
un techo de paja (= de paja)

HIT
1[intransitive/transitive] to move your hand or an object onto someone’s body with great force, so thatyou hurt them
Don’t hit your brother!
hit someone on the shoulder/cheek/arm etc.: He hit me on the shoulder.
hit someone with something: James was hit with a baseball bat.

1 [intransitivo /] transitivas que mover la mano o un objeto en el cuerpo de una persona con mucha fuerza, para que les hará daño
No le pegues a tu hermano!

HURT
intransitive/transitive] to cause physical pain orinjury
You’re hurting my arm!
These new boots hurt.
hurt yourself doing something: Don’t hurt yourself exercising.
intransitivo /] transitiva para causar dolor o lesión
Estás lastimando mi brazo!
Estas nuevas botas daño.
daño a sí mismo haciendo algo: No daño a sí mismo ejercicio.

SEVERAL
1a number of people or things that is more than two or three, but not many
The strikelasted for several days.
He had already been warned several times about speeding.
1a número de personas o cosas que tiene más de dos o tres, pero muchos no
La huelga duró varios días.
Ya había sido advertido varias veces acerca de exceso de velocidad.

RATHER
1to a fairly large degree
I realize that I’ve been rather stupid and selfish.
The problem is rather more complicated than we...
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