Documentary English


swaggerwalk or behave in a very confident and typically arrogant or aggressive way.
offspringa person’s child or children.
dissentthe expression or holding of opinions at variance with those previously, commonly, or officially held.
recurrentoccurring often or repeatedly.
gorgeeat a large amount greedily; fill oneself with food.
glutsupply or fill to excess.
trekgo on a long arduous journey, typically on foot.
receptiveable or willing to receive something, especially signals or stimuli.
soarfly or rise high in the air.
groomlook after the coat of (a horse, dog, or other animals) by brushing and cleaning it.
tempestuousvery stormy.
termitea small, pale soft-bodied insect that lives in large colonies with several different castes, typically within a mound of cemented earth. Many kinds feed on wood and can be highly destructive to trees and timber. موریانه
beaka bird’s horny projecting jaws; a bill.
treacherousguilty of or involving betrayal or deception.
moultپوست انداختن
respitea short period of rest or relief from something difficult or unpleasant.
ravinea deep, narrow gorge with steep sides.
tumble(typically of a person) fall suddenly, clumsily, or headlong.
meleea confused fight, skirmish, or scuffle.
wearyfeeling or showing tiredness, especially as a result of excessive exertion or lack of sleep.
embryoan unborn or unhatched offspring in the process of development.
incubatoran enclosed apparatus providing a controlled environment for the care and protection of premature or unusually small babies.
huddlea crowded or confused mass of people or things.
poucha small bag or other flexible receptacle, typically carried in a pocket or attached to a belt.
brooda family of young animals, especially of a bird, produced at one hatching or birth.
interlopera person who becomes involved in a place or situation where they are not wanted or are considered not to belong.
forgoomit or decline to take (something pleasant or valuable); go without.
cementattach with cement.
anewin a new or different, typically more positive, way.
dame(in the UK) the title given to a woman equivalent to the rank of knight.
matriarcha woman who is the head of a family or tribe.
whiskera long projecting hair or bristle growing from the face or snout of many mammals.
trampletread on and crush.
herdsmenthe owner or keeper of a herd of domesticated animals.
graze(of cattle, sheep, etc.) eat grass in a field.
commotiona state of confused and noisy disturbance.
wear downknock or bring to the ground.
blundermake a stupid or careless mistake; act or speak clumsily.
venturea risky or daring journey or undertaking.
rearbring up and care for (a child) until they are fully grown, especially in a particular manner or place.
snarea trap for catching birds or animals, typically one having a noose of wire or cord.
umpteenindefinitely many; a lot of.
unfazednot disconcerted or perturbed.
heira person legally entitled to the property or rank of another on that person’s death.
rovetravel constantly without a fixed destination; wander.
processiona number of people or vehicles moving forward in an orderly fashion, especially as part of a ceremony or festival.
mournfeel or show deep sorrow or regret for (someone or their death), typically by following conventions such as the wearing of black clothes.
glooma state of depression or despondency.
dena wild animal’s lair or habitation.
stumbletrip or momentarily lose one’s balance; almost fall.
aardvarka nocturnal burrowing mammal with long ears, a tubular snout, and a long extensible tongue, feeding on ants and termites. Aardvarks are native to Africa and have no close relatives. مورچه خوار
waneرو بکاهش گذاشتن
sprawlsit, lie, or fall with one’s arms and legs spread out in an ungainly or awkward way.

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