1000 most common words in English

TOP 1000 WordTranscriptionTranslation (Ukrainian)ExplanationExample
ability/əˈbɪləti/здатністьThe power or skill to do somethingHis ability to solve complex problems is impressive.
able/ˈeɪbəl/здатнийHaving the skill or capability to do somethingShe is able to play multiple musical instruments.
about/əˈbaʊt/проOn the subject of; concerningLet's talk about the upcoming project.
above/əˈbʌv/вищеIn or to a higher position or place thanThe bird flew above the treetops.
accept/əkˈsɛpt/прийматиConsent to receive or undertake something offeredShe accepted the job offer without hesitation.
according/əˈkɔrdɪŋ/відповідно доAs stated by or inAccording to the weather forecast, it will rain tomorrow.
account/əˈkaʊnt/рахунокA record or statement of financial expenditure and receiptsHe managed his bank account online.
across/əˈkrɔs/черезFrom one side to the other ofThey walked across the bridge hand in hand.
act/ækt/діятиTake action; do somethingIt's time to act and make a difference.
action/ˈækʃən/діяThe process of doing something; a deed or actHer quick action saved the child from danger.
activity/ækˈtɪvɪti/діяльністьThe state or quality of being active or involved in a particular activityEngaging in physical activity promotes good health.
actually/ˈæktʃuəli/фактичноIn fact; in realityShe thought she was late, but actually, she arrived early.
add/æd/додаватиJoin or combine (numbers or amounts)Let's add the numbers together and see the total.
address/əˈdrɛs/адресаThe location where someone lives or an organization is situatedPlease provide your mailing address for delivery.
administration/ədˌmɪnɪˈstreɪʃən/адміністраціяThe process or activity of managing or organizing somethingThe administration of the company implemented new policies.
admit/ədˈmɪt/признаватиConfess to be true or to be the caseHe admitted his mistake and apologized.
adult/ˈædʌlt/дорослийA person who is fully grown or developedIn many countries, you are considered an adult at age 18.
affect/əˈfɛkt/впливатиHave an effect on; make a difference toLack of sleep can affect your performance at work.
after/ˈæftər/післяIn the time following an event or another period of timeWe'll have dinner after the movie ends.
again/əˈɡɛn/зновуOnce more; another timeLet's try again and see if we can succeed this time.
against/əˈɡɛnst/протиIn opposition to or in competition withShe competed against top athletes in the race.
age/eɪdʒ/вікThe length of time that a person has lived or a thing has existedWith age comes wisdom.
agency/ˈeɪdʒənsi/агентствоAn organization or business that provides a particular serviceThe travel agency helped us book our vacation.
agent/ˈeɪdʒənt/агентA person who acts on behalf of another person or groupThe real estate agent showed us several properties.
ago/əˈɡoʊ/томуIn the past; before nowThey met at the conference two years ago.
agree/əˈɡri/згоджуватисяHave the same opinion or be in harmony or accord with anotherWe all agree that the plan needs further improvement.
agreement/əˈɡriːmənt/угодаA negotiated and typically legally binding arrangement or understandingThey signed a contract to formalize their agreement.
ahead/əˈhɛd/напередIn or toward the front; in advancePlan your work in advance to stay ahead of schedule.
air/ɛr/повітряThe invisible gaseous substance surrounding the earthWe need clean air to breathe.
all/ɔːl/всіUsed to refer to the whole quantity or extent of somethingAll the students participated in the school event.
allow/əˈlaʊ/дозволятиPermit or let (someone) do somethingPlease allow me to explain the situation.
almost/ˈɔːlmoʊst/майжеNot quite; nearlyShe almost missed her flight.
alone/əˈloʊn/самOn one's own; by oneselfI prefer to be alone when I need to focus.
along/əˈlɔŋ/вздовжMoving in a constant direction on (a road, path, or river)They walked along the beach, enjoying the sunset.
already/ɔːlˈrɛdi/вжеBefore or by now; by a particular timeShe has already completed her assignment.
also/ˈɔːlsoʊ/такожIn addition; tooHe is smart and also hardworking.
although/ɔːlˈðoʊ/хочаIn spite of the fact that; even thoughAlthough it was raining, they went for a walk.
always/ˈɔːlweɪz/завждиAt all times; on all occasionsShe always arrives on time for meetings.
American/əˈmɛrɪkən/американецьA native or citizen of the United StatesHe is an American living abroad.
among/əˈmʌŋ/середSurrounded by; in the company ofThe book is among my favorites.
amount/əˈmaʊnt/кількістьA quantity of something, typically the total of a thing or thingsShe received a significant amount of money as a gift.
analysis/əˈnæləsɪs/аналізDetailed examination of the elements or structure of somethingThe data analysis revealed interesting trends.
and/ænd/іUsed to connect words of the same part of speech, clauses, or sentencesHe is tall and handsome.
animal/ˈænɪməl/тваринаA living organism that feeds on organic matter, typically havingThe zoo has a wide variety of animal species.
another/əˈnʌðər/іншийOne more; an additional or different oneCan I have another slice of cake, please?
answer/ˈænsər/відповідьA reply to a question, letter, or phone callHe provided a detailed answer to the interviewer's question.
any/ˈɛni/будь-якийUsed to refer to one or some of a thing or number of things, no matter how manyDo you have any questions?
anyone/ˈɛniwʌn/будь-хтоAny person or peopleAnyone can participate in the event.
anything/ˈɛnɪθɪŋ/що завгодноUsed to refer to a thing, no matter whatYou can choose anything from the menu.
appear/əˈpɪr/з'являтисяCome into sight; become visible or noticeableThe sun appeared from behind the clouds.
apply/əˈplaɪ/застосовуватиMake a formal application or requestHe decided to apply for the job.
approach/əˈproʊtʃ/підхідCome near or nearer to (someone or something) in distance or timeWe need to approach the problem from a different angle.
area/ˈɛriə/областьA region or part of a town, a country, or the worldThis park is a popular recreational area.
argue/ˈɑːrɡjuː/сперечатисяGive reasons or cite evidence in support of an idea, action, or theoryThey argue about politics all the time.
arm/ɑːrm/рукаEach of the two upper limbs of the human body from the shoulder to the handHe broke his arm while playing basketball.
around/əˈraʊnd/навколоSurrounding or on all sides ofWe sat around the campfire and told stories.
arrive/əˈraɪv/прибуватиReach a place at the end of a journey or a stage in a journeyThe train will arrive at the station in ten minutes.
art/ɑːrt/мистецтвоThe expression or application of human creative skill and imaginationShe enjoys creating art in her free time.
article/ˈɑːrtɪkl/статтяA piece of writing included with others in a newspaper, magazine, or other publicationHe published an interesting article in a scientific journal.
artist/ˈɑːrtɪst/художникA person who produces paintings or drawings as a profession or hobbyShe is a talented artist who specializes in abstract art.
as/æz/якUsed to indicate the role or function of someone or somethingHe works as a software developer.
ask/æsk/питатиSay something in order to obtain an answer or some informationI need to ask you a few questions.
assume/əˈsjuːm/припускатиSuppose to be the case, without proof or certain knowledgeLet's assume that the project will be completed on time.
at/æt/уExpressing location or arrival in a particular place or positionThey met at the coffee shop for a discussion.
attack/əˈtæk/атакуватиTake aggressive action against (a place or enemy forces) with weapons or armed forceThe army is planning to attack the enemy's position.
attention/əˈtɛnʃən/увагаThe action of paying close attention to someone or somethingPlease pay attention to the safety instructions.
attorney/əˈtɜrnɪ/адвокатA lawyer; a person appointed to act for another in business or legal mattersThe attorney represented the client in court.
audience/ˈɔːdiəns/аудиторіяThe assembled spectators or listeners at a public eventThe audience applauded after the performance.
author/ˈɔːθər/авторA writer of a book, article, or documentThe author published a best-selling novel.
authority/ɔːˈθɔrəti/владаThe power or right to give orders, make decisions, and enforce obedienceThe government has the authority to enforce laws.
available/əˈveɪləbl/доступнийAble to be used or obtainedIs there an available room in the hotel?
avoid/əˈvɔɪd/уникатиKeep away from or stop oneself from doing (something)She tried to avoid making eye contact.
away/əˈweɪ/подаліAt a distance from a particular place or personThe car drove away quickly.
baby/ˈbeɪbi/дитинаA very young childThe baby is sleeping peacefully.
back/bæk/спинаThe rear surface of the human body from the shoulders to the hipsHe has a tattoo on his back.
bad/bæd/поганийOf poor quality or low standardIt was a bad movie.
bag/bæɡ/сумкаA flexible container with an opening at the top, used for carrying thingsShe packed her clothes in a suitcase bag.
ball/bɔːl/м'ячA solid or hollow spherical or egg-shaped object that is kicked, thrown, or hit in a gameThey played soccer with a ball in the park.
bank/bæŋk/банкA financial establishment that uses money deposited by customers for investment, pays it out when required, makes loans at interest, and exchanges currencyHe went to the bank to withdraw some cash.
bar/bɑːr/барA place where alcoholic drinks or refreshments are served to customersLet's meet at the bar for a drink.
base/beɪs/базаThe lowest part or edge of something, especially the part on which it rests or is supportedThe vase is sitting on a wooden base.
be/biː/бутиExist, occur, or take placeI am happy.
beat/biːt/битиStrike (a person or an animal) repeatedly and violentlyHe was beaten by a gang of thugs.
beautiful/ˈbjuːtɪfl/красивийPleasing the senses or mind aestheticallyShe wore a beautiful dress to the party.
because/bɪˈkɔːz/тому щоFor the reason that; sinceI stayed indoors because it was raining.
become/bɪˈkʌm/ставатиBegin to be or come to beHe wants to become a doctor in the future.
bed/bɛd/ліжкоA piece of furniture for sleep or rest, typically a framework with a mattressI slept in a comfortable bed last night.
before/bɪˈfɔːr/передDuring the period of time preceding (a particular event, date, or time)Please arrive at least 10 minutes before the meeting.
begin/bɪˈɡɪn/початиStart; perform or undergo the first part of (an action or activity)Let's begin the meeting with a brief introduction.
behavior/bɪˈheɪvjər/поведінкаThe way in which one acts or conducts oneself, especially toward othersHer behavior at the party was inappropriate.
behind/bɪˈhaɪnd/заAt or to the far side of (something), typically so as to be hidden or obscuredThe cat is hiding behind the couch.
believe/bɪˈliːv/віритиAccept (something) as true; feel sure of the truth ofI believe in the power of positive thinking.
benefit/ˈbɛnɪfɪt/користьAn advantage or profit gained from somethingRegular exercise brings many health benefits.
best/bɛst/найкращийOf the most excellent or desirable type or qualityShe won the award for the best actress.
better/ˈbɛtər/кращеTo a greater degree; moreI feel better after getting some rest.
between/bɪˈtwiːn/міжAt, into, or across the space separating (two objects, places, or points)The town is located between the mountains and the sea.
beyond/bɪˈjɒnd/за межамиFarther away or more remote in space or timeThe castle lies just beyond the village.
big/bɪɡ/великийOf considerable size or extentHe bought a big house with a large garden.
bill/bɪl/рахунокA printed or written statement of the money owed for goods or servicesCan you please bring me the bill?
billion/ˈbɪljən/мільярдA thousand millionThe company earned billions of dollars in profit.
bit/bɪt/трохиA small piece, part, or quantityShe added a bit of sugar to her coffee.
black/blæk/чорнийOf the very darkest color owing to the absence of or complete absorption of lightShe wore a black dress to the party.
blood/blʌd/кровThe red liquid that circulates in the arteries and veins, carrying oxygen to and carbon dioxide from the tissuesThe nurse drew blood for the medical test.
blue/bluː/блакитнийOf a color intermediate between green and violet, as of the sky or seaShe painted the walls of her room blue.
board/bɔːrd/дошкаA long, thin, flat piece of wood or other hard materialHe wrote a message on the whiteboard.
body/ˈbɒdi/тілоThe physical structure, including the bones, flesh, and organs, of a person or an animalHer body was covered in bruises after the accident.
book/bʊk/книгаA written or printed work consisting of pages glued or sewn together along one side and bound in coversShe enjoys reading books in her free time.
born/bɔːrn/народивсяBrought into life by birthHe was born on December 25th.
both/bəʊθ/обидваUsed to refer to two people or things, regarded and identified togetherBoth of my parents are doctors.
box/bɒks/коробкаA container with a flat base and sides, typically square or rectangularShe received a package in a large cardboard box.
boy/bɔɪ/хлопчикA male child or young manThe little boy was playing in the park.
break/breɪk/ламатиSeparate or cause to separate into pieces as a result of a blow, shock, or strainBe careful not to break the glass.
bring/brɪŋ/принестиTake or go with (someone or something) to a placeCan you bring me a glass of water, please?
brother/ˈbrʌðər/братA man or boy in relation to other sons and daughters of his parentsHe has a younger brother.
budget/ˈbʌdʒɪt/бюджетAn estimate of income and expenditure for a set period of timeThey need to create a budget for the project.
build/bɪld/будуватиConstruct (something, typically something large) by putting parts or material together over a period of timeThey decided to build a new house.
building/ˈbɪldɪŋ/будівляA structure with a roof and walls, such as a house, school, store, or factoryThe building is made of glass and steel.
business/ˈbɪznəs/бізнесA person's regular occupation, profession, or tradeHe runs his own business.
but/bʌt/алеUsed to introduce a phrase or clause contrasting with what has already been mentionedShe wanted to go, but he insisted on staying.
buy/baɪ/купитиObtain in exchange for paymentShe went to the store to buy groceries.
by/baɪ/черезIndicating the means or agency of achieving somethingThe message was sent by email.
call/kɔːl/викликMake a telephone call to (someone)I will call you later.
camera/ˈkæmərə/камераA device for recording visual images in the form of photographs, film, or video signalsShe took a picture with her camera.
campaign/kæmˈpeɪn/кампаніяAn organized course of action to achieve a particular goal, typically a political or social oneThe politician launched a campaign for re-election.
can/kæn/можеUsed to indicate ability or permissionCan I have a piece of cake?
cancer/ˈkænsər/ракA disease caused by an uncontrolled division of abnormal cells in a part of the bodyShe was diagnosed with breast cancer.
candidate/ˈkændɪdeɪt/кандидатA person who applies for a job or is nominated for electionHe is a candidate for the position of mayor.
capital/ˈkæpɪtl/столицяThe most important city or town of a country or region, usually its seat of government and administrative centerParis is the capital of France.
car/kɑːr/автомобільA road vehicle, typically with four wheels, powered by an internal combustion engine and able to carry a small number of peopleShe owns a red car.
card/kɑːrd/карткаA piece of stiff paper or thin cardboard, typically rectangular, with a picture or design on one side and space for a message on the otherHe sent her a birthday card.
care/kɛər/доглядThe provision of what is necessary for the health, welfare, maintenance, and protection of someone or somethingShe provides care for elderly patients.
career/kəˈrɪər/кар'єраAn occupation undertaken for a significant period of a person's life and with opportunities for progressHe has had a successful career in finance.
carry/ˈkæri/нестиSupport and move (someone or something) from one place to another, typically by means of a vehicle, aircraft, or shipHe offered to carry her bags.
case/keɪs/справаAn instance of a particular situation; an example of something occurringThe detective solved the murder case.
catch/kætʃ/спійматиIntercept and hold (something that has been thrown, propelled, or dropped)He caught the ball with one hand.
cause/kɔːz/причинаA person or thing that gives rise to an action, phenomenon, or conditionThe accident was caused by a speeding driver.
cell/sɛl/клітинаThe smallest structural and functional unit of an organism, typically microscopic and consisting of cytoplasm and a nucleus enclosed in a membraneThe human body is made up of trillions of cells.
center/ˈsɛntər/центрThe point that is equally distant from every point on the circumference of a circle or sphereThe city has a beautiful town center.
central/ˈsɛntrəl/центральнийAt, in, or near the centerThey live in a central location.
century/ˈsɛnʧəri/століттяA period of one hundred yearsThe Renaissance was a period in the 15th century.
certain/ˈsɜːrt(ə)n/певнийKnown for sure; established beyond doubtI'm certain that I locked the door before leaving.
certainly/ˈsɜːrt(ə)nli/безумовноWithout doubt; definitelyShe will certainly be there on time.
chair/tʃɛər/стілецьA separate seat for one person, typically with a back and four legsPlease have a seat in the chair.
challenge/ˈʧælɪnʤ/викликA call to someone to participate in a competitive situation or fight to decide who is superior in terms of ability or strengthHe accepted the challenge and prepared for the race.
chance/ʧæns/шансA possibility of something happening or being the caseThere's a chance of rain later today.
change/ʧeɪnʤ/змінаMake or become differentShe decided to change her hairstyle.
character/ˈkærəktər/персонажThe mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individualShe has a kind and caring character.
charge/ʧɑːrdʒ/зарядитиDemand (an amount) as a price for a service rendered or goods suppliedThey will charge you for the extra service.
check/ʧɛk/перевіритиExamine (something) in order to determine its accuracy, quality, or conditionPlease check the spelling of your name.
children/ˈtʃɪldrən/дітиPlural form of "child"; young human beings below the age of pubertyThe children are playing in the park.
child/ʧaɪld/дитинаA young human being below the age of puberty or below the legal age of majorityThey have two children, a boy and a girl.
choice/ʧɔɪs/вибірAn act of selecting or making a decision when faced with two or more possibilitiesShe had to make a difficult choice.
choose/ʧuːz/обиратиPick out or select (someone or something) from a number of alternativesI choose to believe in myself.
church/ʧɜːrtʃ/церкваA building used for public Christian worshipThey got married in a beautiful church.
citizen/ˈsɪtɪzn/громадянинA legally recognized subject or national of a state or commonwealthShe is a proud citizen of her country.
city/ˈsɪti/містоA large townHe moved to the city to pursue his career.
civil/ˈsɪv(ə)l/цивільнийRelating to ordinary citizens and their concerns, as distinct from military or ecclesiastical mattersThey resolved their dispute through civil conversation.
claim/kleɪm/претендуватиState or assert that something is the case, typically without providing evidence or proofShe claims to have witnessed the incident.
class/klɑːs/класA set or category of things having some property or attribute in common and differentiated from others by kind, type, or qualityHe is in the advanced math class.
clear/klɪər/чіткийEasy to perceive, understand, or interpretThe instructions were clear and concise.
clearly/ˈklɪərli/очевидноIn a way that is easy to perceive, understand, or interpretHe clearly stated his opinion on the matter.
close/kləʊz/близькоNear in space or timeThe store is close to my house.
coach/koʊʧ/тренерA person who trains a person or team in sportThe basketball coach taught them new techniques.
cold/koʊld/холоднийOf or at a low or relatively low temperature, especially when compared with the human bodyShe wore a warm coat to protect herself from the cold.
collection/kəˈlɛkʃ(ə)n/колекціяA group of objects or works to be seen, studied, or kept togetherShe has an impressive art collection.
college/ˈkɒlɪdʒ/коледжAn educational institution or establishment, in particular one providing higher education or specialized professional or vocational trainingHe studied engineering at a prestigious college.
color/ˈkʌlər/колірThe property possessed by an object of producing different sensations on the eye as a result of the way it reflects or emits lightShe painted the walls with a vibrant color.
come/kʌm/прийтиMove or travel toward or into a placeShe asked him to come to the party.
commercial/kəˈmɜːrʃ(ə)l/рекламаRelating to the buying and selling of goods and servicesThey aired a commercial during the Super Bowl.
common/ˈkɒmən/спільнийOccurring, found, or done often; prevalentIt's common for children to play outside.
community/kəˈmjuːnɪti/спільнотаA group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in commonThey organized a cleanup event for the local community.
company/ˈkʌmp(ə)ni/компаніяA commercial businessShe works for a software company.
compare/kəmˈpɛər/порівнятиEstimate, measure, or note the similarity or dissimilarity betweenThey compared the prices of different brands.
computer/kəmˈpjuːtər/комп'ютерAn electronic device for storing and processing dataShe uses her computer for work and entertainment.
concern/kənˈsɜːrn/стурбованістьRelate to; be aboutThe report concerns the impact of climate change.
condition/kənˈdɪʃ(ə)n/станThe state of something, especially with regard to its appearance, quality, or working orderThe car was in excellent condition.
conference/ˈkɒnf(ə)r(ə)ns/конференціяA formal meeting for discussionThey attended a conference on renewable energy.
Congress/ˈkɒŋɡrɛs/КонгресThe national legislative body of a countryMembers of Congress debated the new legislation.
consider/kənˈsɪdər/розглядатиThink carefully about (something), typically before making a decisionShe will consider your proposal.
consumer/kənˈsjuːmər/споживачA person who purchases goods and services for personal useThe company focuses on meeting the needs of the consumer.
contain/kənˈteɪn/міститиHave or hold (someone or something) withinThe box contains various items.
continue/kənˈtɪnjuː/продовжуватиPersist in an activity or processHe decided to continue his studies abroad.
control/kənˈtroʊl/контрольThe power to influence or direct people's behavior or the course of eventsShe has control over the project.
cost/kɔːst/вартістьThe amount that has to be paid or spent to acquire somethingThe cost of living has increased.
could/kʊd/міг биUsed to indicate possibility or ability in the pastI could swim when I was younger.
country/ˈkʌntri/країнаA nation with its own government, occupying a particular territoryShe traveled to a foreign country.
couple/ˈkʌpl/параTwo individuals of the same sort considered togetherThey make a great couple.
course/kɔrs/курсA series of lectures or lessons in a particular subject, typically leading to a qualificationShe enrolled in a photography course.
court/kɔrt/судA tribunal presided over by a judge, judges, or a magistrate in civil and criminal casesThe case will be heard in court.
cover/ˈkʌvər/покриттяPut something on top of or in front of (something) in order to protect or conceal itShe used a blanket to cover herself.
create/kriˈeɪt/створитиBring (something) into existenceHe used his artistic skills to create a beautiful painting.
crime/kraɪm/злочинAn action or omission that constitutes an offense that may be prosecuted by the stateThe police are investigating the crime.
cultural/ˈkʌltʃərəl/культурнийRelating to the ideas, customs, and social behavior of a societyThe city has a rich cultural heritage.
culture/ˈkʌltʃər/культураThe arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achievement regarded collectivelyThey explored the local culture during their trip.
cup/kʌp/чашкаA small, bowl-shaped container for drinking from, typically having a handleShe sipped her tea from a delicate china cup.
current/ˈkɜːrənt/поточнийBelonging to the present time; happening or being used or done nowThe current situation requires immediate action.
customer/ˈkʌstəmər/клієнтA person or organization that buys goods or services from a store or businessThe store values its customers.
cut/kʌt/різатиMake an opening, incision, or wound in (something) with a sharp-edged tool or objectShe cut the cake into equal slices.
dark/dɑːrk/темнийWith little or no lightIt's too dark to see anything at night.
data/ˈdeɪtə/даніFacts and statistics collected together for reference or analysisThe data shows a clear trend.
daughter/ˈdɔːtər/дочкаA female child or offspringHer daughter is studying medicine.
day/deɪ/деньThe period of light between sunrise and sunsetI have a busy day ahead.
dead/dɛd/мертвийNo longer aliveThe flowers were placed on the grave of the dead soldier.
deal/diːl/угодаAn agreement or arrangement, especially in business or politicsThey struck a deal to collaborate on the project.
death/dɛθ/смертьThe permanent cessation of all vital functions in a living organismThe death of a loved one is always difficult.
debate/dɪˈbeɪt/дебатиA formal discussion on a particular topic in a public meeting or legislative assemblyThe candidates engaged in a heated debate.
decade/ˈdɛkeɪd/десятиліттяA period of ten yearsThe '80s was a decade of significant cultural change.
decide/dɪˈsaɪd/вирішитиReach a resolution after considerationWe need to decide on a date for the meeting.
decision/dɪˈsɪʒən/рішенняA conclusion or resolution reached after considerationIt was a difficult decision to make.
deep/diːp/глибокийExtending far down from the top or surfaceThe ocean is incredibly deep.
defense/dɪˈfɛns/захистThe action of defending from or resisting attackThe army was responsible for the defense of the country.
degree/dɪˈɡriː/ступіньA unit of measurement of angles, equivalent to one ninetieth of a right angle, or approximately 0.01745 radiansThe angle of the triangle is 45 degrees.
Democrat/ˈdɛməkræt/демократA member or supporter of the Democratic PartyShe is a registered Democrat.
democratic/ˌdɛməˈkrætɪk/демократичнийRelating to or supporting democracyThey fought for democratic reforms.
describe/dɪsˈkraɪb/описатиGive an account in words of (someone or something), including all the relevant characteristics, qualities, or eventsCan you describe what the suspect looked like?
design/dɪˈzaɪn/дизайнPlan or make (something) artistically or skilfullyShe designs clothing for a famous fashion brand.
despite/dɪˈspaɪt/незважаючи наWithout being affected by; in spite ofHe succeeded despite the challenges.
detail/ˈdiːteɪl/детальAn individual feature, fact, or itemThe report provides detailed information about the project.
determine/dɪˈtɜːrmɪn/визначитиCause (something) to occur in a particular way; be the decisive factor inThe weather will determine whether we can have the picnic or not.
develop/dɪˈvɛləp/розвиватиGrow or cause to grow and become more mature, advanced, or elaborateThey are working to develop new technology.
development/dɪˈvɛləpmənt/розвитокThe process of developing or being developedThe city has seen significant development in recent years.
die/daɪ/помертиCease to liveHe died peacefully in his sleep.
difference/ˈdɪfərəns/відмінністьA point or way in which people or things are dissimilarThere is a big difference between the two options.
different/ˈdɪfərənt/різнийNot the same as another or each otherThey have different opinions on the matter.
difficult/ˈdɪfɪkəlt/складнийNeeding much effort or skill to accomplish, deal with, or understandLearning a new language can be difficult.
dinner/ˈdɪnər/вечеряThe main meal of the day, typically eaten in the evening or at middayWe had a delicious dinner at the restaurant.
direction/dɪˈrɛkʃən/напрямокA course along which someone or something movesHe pointed in the direction of the nearest town.
director/dɪˈrɛktər/режисерA person responsible for the artistic or technical aspects of a production or performance, especially in the cinema or theatreThe director won an award for his latest film.
discover/dɪˈskʌvər/відкритиFind (something or someone) unexpectedly or in the course of a searchShe discovered a hidden treasure in the attic.
discuss/dɪˈskʌs/обговорюватиTalk about (something) with another person or group, especially in order to reach a decision or exchange ideasThey sat down to discuss the details of the project.
discussion/dɪˈskʌʃən/обговоренняThe action or process of talking about something in order to reach a decision or to exchange ideasThe discussion was productive and insightful.
disease/dɪˈziːz/хворобаA disorder of structure or function in a human, animal, or plant, especially one that produces specific signs or symptomsThe doctor diagnosed her with a rare disease.
do/duː/робитиPerform (an action, the precise nature of which is often unspecified)Please do your homework before class.
doctor/ˈdɑːktər/лікарA person who is qualified to treat people who are illShe went to see the doctor for a check-up.
dog/dɔːɡ/собакаA domesticated carnivorous mammal that typically has a long snout, an acute sense of smell, and a barking, howling, or whining voiceThey have a loyal and playful dog.
door/dɔːr/дверіA hinged, sliding, or revolving barrier at the entrance to a building, room, or vehiclePlease close the door behind you.
down/daʊn/внизToward or in a lower place or positionHe climbed down the ladder carefully.
draw/drɔː/малюватиProduce (a picture or diagram) by making lines and marks on paper with a pencil, pen, etc.She likes to draw portraits of people.
dream/driːm/сонA series of thoughts, images, and sensations occurring in a person's mind during sleepI had a strange dream last night.
drive/draɪv/водитиOperate and control the direction and speed of a motor vehicleShe learned to drive when she was 18.
drop/drɒp/падінняFall or allow to fall vertically, typically onto or from a surfaceShe accidentally dropped her phone and cracked the screen.
drug/drʌɡ/лікиA substance that has a physiological effect when ingested or otherwise introduced into the body, in particularThe doctor prescribed a new drug for her condition.
during/ˈdjʊərɪŋ/під часThroughout the course or duration of (a period of time)She studied diligently during the exam period.
each/iːtʃ/коженUsed to refer to every one of two or more people or things, regarded and identified separatelyEach student received a certificate at the graduation ceremony.
early/ˈɜːrli/раноHappening or done before the usual or expected timeI woke up early to catch the sunrise.
east/iːst/східThe direction toward the point of the horizon where the sun risesThe city is located to the east of the mountains.
easy/ˈiːzi/легкийAchieved without great effort; presenting few difficultiesThe math problem was easy to solve.
eat/iːt/їстиPut (food) into the mouth and chew and swallow itLet's eat dinner together tonight.
economic/ˌiːkəˈnɒmɪk/економічнийRelating to economics or the economyThe government implemented new economic policies.
economy/ɪˈkɒnəmi/економікаThe wealth and resources of a country or region, especially in terms of the production and consumption of goods and servicesThe economy is experiencing steady growth.
edge/ɛdʒ/крайThe outside limit of an object, area, or surfaceShe walked along the edge of the cliff.
education/ˌɛdʒʊˈkeɪʃən/освітаThe process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or universityHe pursued higher education to enhance his career prospects.
effect/ɪˈfɛkt/ефектA change that is a result or consequence of an action or other causeThe medicine had a positive effect on her condition.
effort/ˈɛfərt/зусилляA vigorous or determined attemptHe put a lot of effort into his research project.
eight/eɪt/вісімEquivalent to the product of two and four; one more than sevenThere are eight planets in our solar system.
either/ˈaɪðər/будь-який зUsed before the first of two (or occasionally more) alternativesYou can choose either option.
election/ɪˈlɛkʃən/вибориA formal and organized process of choosing a person for a political office or other position of powerThe presidential election will take place next month.
else/ɛls/іншийIn addition to; besidesIs there anything else I can help you with?
employee/ɪmˈplɔɪiː/працівникA person employed for wages or salary, especially at nonexecutive levelThe company hired several new employees.
end/ɛnd/кінецьThe final part of something, especially a period of time, an activity, or a storyThe movie had a surprising twist at the end.
energy/ˈɛnərdʒi/енергіяThe capacity for doing work, producing heat, or causing an effectRenewable energy sources are becoming increasingly popular.
enjoy/ɪnˈdʒɔɪ/насолоджуватисяTake delight or pleasure in (an activity or occasion)She enjoys playing the piano in her free time.
enough/ɪˈnʌf/доситьAs much or as many as requiredWe have enough food for everyone at the party.
enter/ˈɛntər/входитиCome or go into (a place)Please enter your password to access the account.
entire/ɪnˈtaɪər/весьWhole or completeThe entire city was covered in snow.
environment/ɪnˈvaɪrənmənt/довкілляThe surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal, or plant lives or operatesWe need to protect the environment for future generations.
environmental/ɪnˌvaɪrənˈmɛntəl/екологічнийRelating to the natural world and the impact of human activity on its conditionThe company is committed to adopting environmental practices.
especially/ɪˈspɛʃəli/особливоUsed to single out one person, thing, or situation over all others; particularlyShe loves all animals, especially cats.
establish/ɪˈstæblɪʃ/створюватиSet up on a firm or permanent basisThe company plans to establish a new branch overseas.
even/ˈiːvən/навітьUsed to emphasize something surprising or extremeEven a child can understand the concept.
evening/ˈiːvnɪŋ/вечірThe period of time at the end of the day, usually from about 6 p.m. to bedtimeLet's meet for dinner this evening.
event/ɪˈvɛnt/подіяA thing that happens, especially one of importanceThe concert was a memorable event.
ever/ˈɛvər/коли-небудьAt any timeHave you ever been to Paris?
every/ˈɛvri/кожнийUsed to refer to all the individual members of a set without exceptionEvery student must complete the assignment.
everybody/ˈɛvrɪbɒdi/коженEvery person; everyoneEverybody is welcome to join the party.
everyone/ˈɛvrɪwʌn/кожнийEvery person; everybodyEveryone needs to submit their forms by Friday.
everything/ˈɛvrɪθɪŋ/всеAll things; all the things of a group or class; the most important thingHe packed everything he needed for the trip.
evidence/ˈɛvɪdəns/доказThe available body of facts or information indicating whether a belief or proposition is true or validThe detective gathered evidence to solve the crime.
exactly/ɪɡˈzæktli/точноUsed to emphasize the accuracy of a statement or descriptionThe package arrived exactly on time.
example/ɪɡˈzɑːmpl̩/прикладA thing characteristic of its kind or illustrating a general ruleHe set a good example for his younger siblings.
executive/ɪɡˈzɛkjʊtɪv/керівникA person with senior managerial responsibility in a business or other organizationThe executive team made important decisions.
exist/ɪɡˈzɪst/існуватиHave objective reality or beingDoes alien life exist in the universe?
expect/ɪkˈspɛkt/очікуватиRegard (something) as likely to happenI expect to receive an answer by tomorrow.
experience/ɪkˈspɪəriəns/досвідPractical contact with and observation of facts or eventsShe has years of experience in the industry.
expert/ˈɛkspɜːrt/експертA person who is very knowledgeable about or skillful in a particular areaThe doctor is an expert in her field.
explain/ɪkˈspleɪn/пояснюватиMake (an idea, situation, or problem) clear to someone by describing it in more detailCan you explain how the new system works?
eye/aɪ/окоEach of a pair of globular organs in the head through which people and vertebrate animals seeShe has blue eyes that sparkle.
face/feɪs/обличчяThe front part of a person's head from the forehead to the chinShe had a smile on her face.
fact/fækt/фактA thing that is known or proved to be trueThe fact that he lied surprised everyone.
factor/ˈfæktər/факторA circumstance, fact, or influence that contributes to a result or outcomeThe weather was a major factor in the game.
fail/feɪl/зазнавати невдачуBe unsuccessful in achieving one's goal or purposeHe failed the driving test on his first attempt.
fall/fɔːl/падатиMove downward, typically rapidly and freely from a higher to a lower levelThe leaves fall from the trees in autumn.
family/ˈfæməli/родинаA group consisting of parents and children living together in a householdWe had a family dinner on Sunday.
far/fɑːr/далекоAt, to, or by a great distance (used to indicate the extent to which one thing is distant from another)The store is far from here.
fast/fæst/швидкийMoving or capable of moving at high speedHe drove fast on the highway.
father/ˈfɑːðər/батькоA male parentHis father taught him how to ride a bike.
fear/fɪər/страхAn unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause painShe has a fear of heights.
federal/ˈfɛdərəl/федеральнийRelating to a system of government in which several states form a unity and are controlled by a central powerThe federal government is responsible for national defense.
feel/fiːl/відчуватиBe aware of (a person or object) through touching or being touchedShe could feel the warmth of the sun on her skin.
feeling/ˈfiːlɪŋ/почуттяAn emotional state or reactionHe expressed his feelings through music.
few/fjuː/кількаA small number ofOnly a few people attended the meeting.
field/fiːld/полеAn area of open land, especially one planted with cropsThey walked through a field of wildflowers.
fight/faɪt/боротисяTake part in a violent struggle involving the exchange of physical blows or the use of weaponsThe two boxers will fight for the championship.
figure/ˈfɪɡər/фігураA number, especially one that forms part of official statistics or relates to the financial performanceThe figure on the balance sheet shows the company's profit.
fill/fɪl/заповнюватиMake or become fullPlease fill out the form with your information.
film/fɪlm/фільмA story or event recorded by a camera as a set of moving images and shown in a cinema or on televisionWe watched a comedy film last night.
final/ˈfaɪnəl/остаточнийComing at the end of a seriesThis is the final decision.
finally/ˈfaɪnəli/нарештіAfter a long wait or timeFinally, the bus arrived.
financial/faɪˈnænʃəl/фінансовийRelating to the management of money or fundsShe has a successful financial career.
find/faɪnd/знаходитиDiscover or perceive by chance or unexpectedlyI found my keys in the drawer.
fine/faɪn/чудовийOf very high quality; very goodThe restaurant served a fine meal.
finger/ˈfɪŋɡər/палецьEach of the four slender jointed parts attached to either hand (or five, if the thumb is included)She wore a ring on her finger.
finish/ˈfɪnɪʃ/закінчуватиBring (a task or activity) to an end; completeHe finished his homework before dinner.
fire/ˈfaɪər/вогоньCombustion or burning, in which substances combine chemically with oxygen from the air and typically give out bright lightThey gathered around the fire to keep warm.
firm/fɜːrm/фірмаA business concern, especially one involving a partnership of two or more peopleShe works at a law firm.
first/fɜːrst/першийComing before all others in time or orderShe won first place in the competition.
fish/fɪʃ/рибаA limbless cold-blooded vertebrate animal with gills and fins, living wholly in waterHe caught a big fish in the lake.
five/faɪv/п'ятьEquivalent to the sum of two and three; one more than fourThere are five people in our family.
floor/flɔːr/підлогаThe lower surface of a room, on which one may walkThey live on the third floor of the building.
fly/flaɪ/літати(of a bird, bat, or insect) move through the air under controlBirds can fly in the sky.
focus/ˈfoʊkəs/фокусThe center of interest or activityThe focus of the discussion was on climate change.
follow/ˈfɑːloʊ/слідуватиGo or come after (a person or thing proceeding ahead); move or travel behindThe dog followed her into the room.
food/fuːd/їжаAny nutritious substance that people or animals eat or drink or that plants absorb to maintain lifeWe had delicious food at the restaurant.
foot/fʊt/стопаThe lower extremity of the leg below the ankle, on which a person stands or walksHe hurt his foot while playing soccer.
for/fɔːr/дляIn support of or in favor of (a person or policy)She voted for him in the election.
force/fɔːrs/силаStrength or energy as an attribute of physical action or movementThe wind was blowing with great force.
foreign/ˈfɔːrɪn/іноземнийOf, from, in, or characteristic of a country or language other than one's ownHe speaks four foreign languages.
forget/fərˈɡɛt/забуватиFail to rememberI always forget my keys.
form/fɔːrm/формаThe visible shape or configuration of somethingShe filled out the application form.
former/ˈfɔːrmər/колишнійHaving previously filled a particular role or been a particular thingHe is a former employee of the company.
forward/ˈfɔːrwərd/впередIn the direction that one is facing or traveling; toward the frontShe stepped forward to accept the award.
four/fɔːr/чотириEquivalent to the product of two and two; one more than threeThere are four seasons in a year.
free/friː/вільнийNot under the control or in the power of another; able to act or be done as one wishesShe enjoys her free time.
friend/frɛnd/другA person whom one knows and with whom one has a bond of mutual affectionHe's been my best friend for years.
from/frʌm/зExpressing the point in space at which a journey, motion, or action startsShe moved from New York to Los Angeles.
front/frʌnt/передThe side or part of an object that presents itself to view or that is normally seen or used firstThe car was parked in front of the house.
full/fʊl/повнийContaining or holding as much or as many as possibleThe glass is full of water.
fund/fʌnd/фондA sum of money saved or made available for a particular purposeThey established a fund for scholarships.
future/ˈfjuːtʃər/майбутнійThe time or a period of time following the moment of speaking or writingHe plans to buy a house in the future.
game/ɡeɪm/граAn activity or sport that has rules and that people do for pleasure, amusement, or competitionWe played a board game together.
garden/ˈɡɑːrdən/садA piece of ground, often near a house, used for growing flowers, fruit, or vegetablesShe enjoys spending time in her garden.
gas/ɡæs/газAn air-like fluid substance that expands freely to fill any space available, irrespective of its quantityWe use gas for cooking and heating.
general/ˈdʒɛnərəl/загальнийAffecting or concerning all or most people, places, or thingsHe gave a general overview of the topic.
generation/ˌdʒɛnəˈreɪʃən/поколінняAll of the people born and living at about the same time, regarded collectivelyThe older generation often shares wisdom.
get/ɡɛt/отримуватиCome to have or hold (something); receiveI'll get the book for you from the library.
girl/ɡɜːrl/дівчинаA female child or young womanThe girl is playing with her toys.
give/ɡɪv/даватиFreely transfer the possession of (something) to (someone); hand overPlease give me a glass of water.
glass/ɡlæs/склоA hard, brittle substance, typically transparent or translucent, made by fusing sand with soda, lime, etc.She drank orange juice from a glass.
go/ɡoʊ/йтиMove from one place to another; travel or proceedLet's go to the park and play.
goal/ɡoʊl/метаThe object of a person's ambition or effort; an aim or desired resultHis goal is to become a doctor.
good/ɡʊd/хорошийTo be desired or approved of; having the required qualitiesShe is a good student.
government/ˈɡʌvərnmənt/урядThe group of people with the authority to govern a country or stateThe government passed new laws.
great/ɡreɪt/великийOf an extent, amount, or intensity considerably above averageShe achieved great success in her career.
green/ɡriːn/зеленийOf the color between blue and yellow; of the color of grassThey painted the walls green.
ground/ɡraʊnd/земляThe solid surface of the earth that is not covered by waterHe sat on the ground and watched the sunset.
group/ɡruːp/групаA number of people or things that are located, gathered, or classed togetherWe formed a study group for the project.
grow/ɡroʊ/рости(Of a living thing) undergo natural development by increasing in size and changing physically or mentallyPlants need sunlight to grow.
growth/ɡroʊθ/зростанняThe process of increasing in physical size or quantityThe city has experienced rapid growth.
guess/ɡɛs/вгадуватиEstimate or suppose (something) without sufficient information or knowledgeCan you guess the answer to the riddle?
gun/ɡʌn/пістолетA weapon incorporating a metal tube from which bullets, shells, or other missiles are propelledThe detective drew his gun from its holster.
guy/ɡaɪ/хлопецьA manHe's a nice guy with a good sense of humor.
hair/hɛr/волоссяThe fine threadlike strands growing from the skin of humans, mammals, and some other animalsShe has long, black hair.
half/hæf/половинаOne of two equal or approximately equal parts of a divisible wholeShe ate half of the pizza.
hand/hænd/рукаThe end part of an arm or forelimb, used for grasping or holding objectsHe extended his hand for a handshake.
hang/hæŋ/висітиSuspend or be suspended from above with the lower part dangling freeThe picture was hanging on the wall.
happen/ˈhæpən/траплятисяTake place; occurWhat will happen if it rains?
happy/ˈhæpi/щасливийFeeling or showing pleasure or contentmentShe was happy to see her friends.
hard/hɑːrd/важкийRequiring a great deal of effort or endurance; difficultRunning a marathon is hard.
have/hæv/матиPossess, own, or holdI have a car and a house.
he/hiː/вінUsed to refer to a male person previously mentioned or easily identifiedHe is my brother.
head/hɛd/головаThe upper part of the human body, or the front or upper part of the body of an animalI have a headache.
health/hɛlθ/здоров'яThe state of being free from illness or injury; a person's mental or physical conditionGood nutrition is important for good health.
hear/hɪr/чутиPerceive with the ear; listen to attentivelyCan you hear the music playing?
heart/hɑːrt/серцеA hollow muscular organ that pumps the blood through the circulatory systemExercise is good for the heart.
heat/hit/спекаThe quality of being hot; high temperatureThe heat was unbearable in the desert.
heavy/ˈhɛvi/важкийWeighing a lot; having a great weight or forceThe box is too heavy for me to lift.
help/hɛlp/допомогаAssist, aid, or support someone in doing somethingCan you help me carry these bags?
her/hɜːr/їїUsed as the object of a verb or preposition to refer to a female person or animal previously mentionedI gave her a gift for her birthday.
here/hɪr/тутIn, at, or to this place or positionCome here and sit next to me.
herself/hɜrˈsɛlf/сама себеUsed to refer to a female person or animal previously mentioned as the subject of the verbShe dressed herself in the mirror.
high/haɪ/високийOf great vertical extent; loftyThe mountain peak is very high.
him/hɪm/йогоUsed as the object of a verb or preposition to refer to a male person or animal previously mentionedI saw him at the park yesterday.
himself/hɪmˈsɛlf/самUsed to refer to a male person or animal previously mentioned as the subject of the verbHe fixed the car himself.
his/hɪz/йогоBelonging to or associated with a male person or animal previously mentionedThis is his book.
history/ˈhɪstəri/історіяThe study of past events, particularly in human affairsShe has a degree in history.
hit/hɪt/ударBring one's hand or a tool or weapon into contact with (someone or something) quickly and forcefullyThe baseball player hit the ball out of the park.
hold/hoʊld/триматиGrasp, carry, or support with one's arms or handsCan you hold this bag for me?
home/hoʊm/дімThe place where one lives permanentlyI'm going home after work.
hope/hoʊp/надіяA feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happenI hope you have a great day.
hospital/ˈhɑːspɪtl/лікарняAn institution providing medical and surgical treatment and nursing care for sick or injured peopleShe was admitted to the hospital for surgery.
hot/hɑːt/гарячийHaving a high degree of heat or a high temperatureBe careful, the soup is hot.
hotel/hoʊˈtɛl/готельAn establishment providing accommodation, meals, and other services for travelers and touristsWe booked a room at the hotel.
hour/ˈaʊər/годинаA period of time equal to a twenty-fourth part of a day and nightHe worked for three hours straight.
house/haʊs/будинокA building for human habitation, especially one that is lived in by a family or small groupThey have a beautiful house in the countryside.
how/haʊ/якIn what way or manner; by what meansHow did you learn to play the guitar?
however/haʊˈɛvər/однакUsed to introduce a statement that contrasts with or seems to contradict something said previouslyShe loves to travel; however, she hates flying.
huge/hjuːdʒ/величезнийExtremely large or enormous in size, amount, or degreeThe elephant is a huge animal.
human/ˈhjuːmən/людинаOf, relating to, or characteristic of peopleHuman beings are capable of great things.
hundred/ˈhʌndrəd/стоEquivalent to ten times ten; ten more than ninetyThere are one hundred students in the class.
husband/ˈhʌzbənd/чоловікA married man; a man in a relationship recognized by law as being married to someoneShe introduced her husband to the guests.
I/aɪ/яUsed by a speaker or writer to refer to oneself as the speaker or writerI am going to the store.
idea/aɪˈdiə/ідеяA thought or suggestion as to a possible course of actionI have an idea for a new invention.
identify/aɪˈdɛntɪfaɪ/ідентифікуватиEstablish or indicate who or what (someone or something) isCan you identify the person in this photo?
if/ɪf/якщоOn the condition or supposition that; in the event thatIf it rains, we will stay indoors.
image/ˈɪmɪdʒ/зображенняA representation of the external form of a person or thing in artThe artist painted a beautiful image of a sunset.
imagine/ɪˈmædʒɪn/уявлятиForm a mental image or concept of (something not actually present to the senses)Close your eyes and imagine a peaceful beach.
impact/ˈɪmpækt/впливThe action of one object coming forcibly into contact with anotherThe impact of the collision was severe.
important/ɪmˈpɔrtnt/важливийOf great significance or value; likely to have a profound effectIt is important to get enough sleep.
improve/ɪmˈpruv/покращуватиMake or become better; progress or make progressShe practices every day to improve her skills.
in/ɪn/вExpressing the situation of something that is or appears to be enclosed or surrounded by something elseThe book is in the bag.
include/ɪnˈklud/включатиComprise or contain as part of a wholeThe package includes three books.
including/ɪnˈkludɪŋ/включаючиHaving as part of the whole; comprisingWe offer a wide selection of products, including...
increase/ɪnˈkris/збільшуватиBecome or make greater in size, amount, or degreeThe price of the house increased over time.
indeed/ɪnˈdid/справдіUsed to emphasize a statement or responseYes, indeed, I agree with you.
indicate/ˈɪndɪkeɪt/вказуватиPoint out; showThe arrow indicates the correct direction.
individual/ˌɪndɪˈvɪdʒʊəl/окрема особаSingle; separateEach individual is responsible for their own actions.
industry/ˈɪndəstri/галузьEconomic activity concerned with the processing of raw materials and manufacture of goodsThe automotive industry is a major employer.
information/ˌɪnfərˈmeɪʃn/інформаціяFacts provided or learned about something or someoneI need more information before making a decision.
inside/ɪnˈsaɪd/всерединіOn or to the inner side or part of somethingShe kept her money inside the drawer.
instead/ɪnˈstɛd/замістьIn place of; as an alternative toI had tea instead of coffee.
institution/ˌɪnstɪˈtuːʃn/установаAn organization founded for a religious, educational, professional, or social purposeThe university is a prestigious institution.
interest/ˈɪntrɪst/інтересThe feeling of wanting to know or learn about something or someoneI have a keen interest in photography.
interesting/ˈɪntrəstɪŋ/цікавийArousing curiosity or interest; holding or catching the attentionThe movie was very interesting.
international/ˌɪntərˈnæʃənl/міжнароднийExisting, occurring, or carried on between two or more nationsThey attended an international conference.
interview/ˈɪntərvjuː/інтерв'юA meeting of people face to face, especially for consultationShe had an interview for the job.
into/ˈɪntuː/вExpressing movement or action with the result that someone or something becomes enclosed or surroundedThe bird flew into the cage.
investment/ɪnˈvɛstmənt/інвестиціяThe action or process of investing money for profit or material resultHe made a wise investment in the stock market.
involve/ɪnˈvɒlv/включатиHave or include (something) as a necessary or integral part or resultThe project will involve multiple departments.
issue/ˈɪʃuː/проблемаAn important topic or problem for debate or discussionThey discussed the issue at length.
it/ɪt/воноUsed to refer to a thing previously mentioned or easily identifiedIt is a beautiful day.
item/ˈaɪtəm/пунктAn individual article or unit; one thing in a list, collection, or setI need to buy a few items from the grocery store.
its/ɪts/йогоBelonging to or associated with a thing previously mentioned or easily identifiedThe cat licked its paws.
itself/ɪtˈsɛlf/саме собоюUsed as the object of a verb or preposition to refer to a thing or animal previously mentioned or easily identifiedThe book fell off the shelf by itself.
job/dʒɒb/роботаA paid position of regular employmentHe found a new job after graduating.
join/dʒɔɪn/приєднатисяBecome a member or part of (a group, organization, or activity)She decided to join the club and meet new people.
just/dʒʌst/простоBased on or behaving according to what is morally right and fairHe was known for his just and fair decisions.
keep/kiːp/триматиHave or retain possession ofPlease keep this document in a safe place.
key/kiː/ключA small piece of shaped metal with incisions cut to fit the wards of a particular lock, which is inserted into a lock and turned to open or close itShe lost the key to her apartment and couldn't get in.
kid/kɪd/дитинаA childThe park is full of kids playing on the playground.
kill/kɪl/вбиватиCause the death of (a person, animal, or other living thing)The hunter killed a deer in the forest.
kind/kaɪnd/видA category of people or things having common characteristicsShe is a kind and generous person.
kitchen/ˈkɪtʃən/кухняA room or area where food is prepared and cookedThe delicious aroma was coming from the kitchen.
know/noʊ/знатиHave information in one's mindI know the answer to that question.
knowledge/ˈnɑːlɪdʒ/знанняFacts, information, and skills acquired through experience or educationHe has a deep knowledge of history.
land/lænd/земляThe solid ground of the earthThe plane landed safely at the airport.
language/ˈlæŋɡwɪdʒ/моваA system of communication used by a particular country or communityShe speaks multiple languages fluently.
large/lɑːrdʒ/великийOf considerable or relatively great size, extent, or capacityThe company has a large customer base.
last/læst/останнійComing after all others in time or orderThis is the last piece of cake.
late/leɪt/пізнійHappening or arriving after the expected or usual timeHe apologized for being late to the meeting.
later/ˈleɪtər/пізнішеAt a time in the future or after the time already mentionedI'll see you later at the party.
laugh/læf/сміятисяMake the spontaneous sounds and movements of the face and body that are the instinctive expressions of lively amusement and sometimes also of contempt or derisionThe joke made everyone laugh out loud.
law/lɔː/законThe system of rules recognized and enforced by a particular country or communityHe studied law and became a lawyer.
lawyer/ˈlɔːjər/адвокатA person who practices or studies lawThe lawyer provided legal advice to his clients.
lay/leɪ/кластиPut (something) down gently or carefullyPlease lay the book on the table.
lead/liːd/вестиCause (a person or animal) to go with one by holding them by the hand, a halter, a rope, etc., while moving forwardShe led her dog for a walk in the park.
leader/ˈliːdər/лідерA person who leads or commands a group, organization, or countryThe political leader delivered a powerful speech.
learn/lɜːrn/вчитисяGain or acquire knowledge or skill through study, experience, or being taughtShe wants to learn how to play the piano.
least/liːst/принаймніThe smallest or lowest amount or degreeHe tried his best, but at least he finished the race.
leave/liːv/залишатиGo away fromI have to leave early to catch my flight.
left/lɛft/лівийOn or to the side of something that is considered to be rightTurn left at the next intersection.
leg/lɛɡ/ногаEach of the limbs on which a person or animal walks and standsHe broke his leg in a skiing accident.
legal/ˈliːɡəl/юридичнийPermitted by lawIt is legal to own a firearm in this state.
less/lɛs/меншеA smaller amount of; not as muchShe has less experience than her colleague.
let/lɛt/дозволятиAllow or enable toPlease let me know if you have any questions.
letter/ˈlɛtər/листA character representing one or more of the sounds used in speech; any of the symbols of an alphabetShe wrote a heartfelt letter to her best friend.
level/ˈlɛvəl/рівеньA position on a scale of amount, quantity, extent, or qualityHe reached the highest level of achievement in his career.
lie/laɪ/лежати(of a person or animal) be in or assume a horizontal or resting position on a supporting surfaceI like to lie on the beach and soak up the sun.
life/laɪf/життяThe existence of an individual human being or animalHe lived a long and fulfilling life.
light/laɪt/світлоThe natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visibleThe room was filled with warm, soft light.
like/laɪk/подобатисяFind agreeable, enjoyable, or satisfactoryI like to drink tea in the morning.
likely/ˈlaɪkli/ймовірноIn all probabilityIt will likely rain tomorrow.
line/laɪn/лініяA long, narrow mark or bandPlease sign on the dotted line.
list/lɪst/списокA number of connected items or names written or printed consecutively, typically one below the otherShe made a shopping list before going to the store.
listen/ˈlɪsən/слухатиGive one's attention to a soundPlease listen carefully to the instructions.
little/ˈlɪtəl/малоSmall in size, amount, or degreeHe only had a little money left in his wallet.
live/laɪv/житиHave one's permanent home in a particular placeThey live in a small house by the lake.
local/ˈloʊkəl/місцевийBelonging or relating to a particular area or neighborhoodThe local community gathered for a picnic in the park.
long/lɔŋ/довгийMeasuring a great distance from end to end; of much lengthShe took a long walk along the beach.
look/lʊk/дивитисяDirect one's gaze toward someone or somethingLook at the beautiful sunset!
lose/luːz/втратитиBe deprived of or cease to have or retain somethingDon't lose your keys; keep them in a safe place.
loss/lɒs/втратаThe fact or process of losing something or someoneHe experienced a great loss when his father passed away.
lot/lɑːt/багатоA particular group, collection, or set of people or thingsShe has a lot of books in her personal library.
love/lʌv/коханняAn intense feeling of deep affectionShe fell in love with him at first sight.
low/loʊ/низькийOf less than average height, extent, or intensityThe temperature is low during the winter months.
machine/məˈʃiːn/машинаAn apparatus using mechanical power and having several parts, each with a definite function and together performing a particular taskShe operated the machine with precision and skill.
magazine/ˌmæɡəˈziːn/журналA periodical publication containing articles and illustrationsShe enjoys reading fashion magazines.
main/meɪn/основнийChief in size or importanceThe main objective of the project is to increase efficiency.
maintain/meɪnˈteɪn/підтримуватиCause or enable (a condition or state of affairs) to continueIt's important to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
major/ˈmeɪdʒər/основнийImportant, serious, or significantShe made a major decision to change careers.
majority/məˈdʒɔrəti/більшістьThe greater number or part; more than halfThe majority of voters supported the new policy.
make/meɪk/робитиForm (something) by putting parts together or combining substancesShe can make delicious cakes from scratch.
man/mæn/чоловікAn adult human maleHe is a kind and compassionate man.
manage/ˈmænɪdʒ/керуватиBe in charge of (a company, establishment, or undertaking); administerShe has the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
management/ˈmænɪdʒmənt/управлінняThe process of dealing with or controlling things or peopleEffective management is crucial for the success of a business.
manager/ˈmænɪdʒər/менеджерA person responsible for controlling or administering an organization or groupThe store manager ensures smooth operations.
many/ˈmɛni/багатоA large number ofShe has many friends from different countries.
market/ˈmɑːrkɪt/ринокA regular gathering of people for the purchase and sale of provisions, livestock, and other commoditiesThe farmers brought their produce to the local market.
marriage/ˈmærɪdʒ/шлюбThe legally or formally recognized union of two people as partners in a personal relationship, historically and in some jurisdictions specifically a union between a man and a womanThey celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.
material/məˈtɪriəl/матеріалThe matter from which a thing is or can be madeThe architect selected high-quality materials for the construction.
matter/ˈmætər/матеріяPhysical substance in general, as distinct from mind and spirit; (in physics) that which occupies space and possesses rest massThe composition of the matter determines its properties.
may/meɪ/можеExpressing possibilityMay I ask you a question?
maybe/ˈmeɪbi/можливоPerhaps; possiblyMaybe we should go to the movies tonight.
me/miː/менеUsed by a speaker to refer to himself or herself as the object of a verb or prepositionShe gave me a gift for my birthday.
mean/miːn/мати на увазіIntend to convey or refer to; signifyWhat do you mean by that statement?
measure/ˈmɛʒər/вимірAscertain the size, amount, or degree of (something) by using an instrument or deviceShe measured the room to determine the correct dimensions.
media/ˈmidiə/медіаThe main means of mass communication, especially television, radio, newspapers, and the internetThe media plays a powerful role in shaping public opinion.
medical/ˈmɛdɪkəl/медичнийRelating to the science or practice of medicineHe received medical treatment for his illness.
meet/miːt/зустрічатиCome into the presence or company of (someone) by chance or arrangementLet's meet for lunch tomorrow.
meeting/ˈmitɪŋ/зустрічAn assembly of people for a particular purpose, especially for formal discussionThe board held a meeting to discuss the company's performance.
member/ˈmɛmbər/членA person, animal, or plant belonging to a particular groupHe is a valued member of our team.
memory/ˈmɛməri/пам'ятьThe faculty by which the mind stores and remembers informationShe has a photographic memory.
mention/ˈmɛnʃən/згадуватиRefer to briefly or casually in speech or writingHe mentioned his travel plans during the conversation.
message/ˈmɛsɪdʒ/повідомленняA verbal, written, or recorded communication sent to or left for a recipientShe received a text message on her phone.
method/ˈmɛθəd/методA particular form of procedure for accomplishing or approaching somethingHe developed a new teaching method for mathematics.
middle/ˈmɪdl/серединаAt an equal distance from the extremities of something; centralShe sat in the middle of the row during the concert.
might/maɪt/може бутиUsed to express possibility or make a suggestionHe might come to the party if he finishes his work on time.
military/ˈmɪləˌtɛri/військовийRelating to or characteristic of soldiers or armed forcesHe served in the military for ten years.
million/ˈmɪljən/мільйонThe number equivalent to the product of a thousand and a thousand; 1,000,000She won a million dollars in the lottery.
mind/maɪnd/розумThe element of a person that enables them to be aware of the world and their experiences, to think, and to feel; the faculty of consciousness and thoughtHe has a brilliant mind and solves complex problems easily.
minute/ˈmɪnɪt/хвилинаA period of time equal to sixty seconds or a sixtieth of an hourThe meeting will start in a minute.
miss/mɪs/пропуститиFail to hit, reach, or come into contact with (something aimed at)She threw the ball, but she missed the target.
mission/ˈmɪʃən/місіяAn important assignment carried out for political, religious, or commercial purposesThe astronauts were on a mission to explore Mars.
model/ˈmɑːdəl/модельA three-dimensional representation of a person or thing or of a proposed structureThe architect presented a model of the new building.
modern/ˈmɒdərn/сучаснийRelating to the present or recent times, as opposed to the remote pastShe prefers modern art over traditional art.
moment/ˈmoʊmənt/моментA very brief period of timeHold on a moment; I'll be right back.
money/ˈmʌni/грошіA current medium of exchange in the form of coins and banknotesHe saved up enough money to buy a new car.
month/mʌnθ/місяцьEach of the twelve named periods into which a year is dividedHer birthday is in the month of June.
more/mɔːr/більшеA greater or additional amount or degreeShe wants more time to complete the project.
morning/ˈmɔːrnɪŋ/ранокThe period of time between midnight and noon, especially from sunrise to noonShe enjoys taking walks in the morning.
most/moʊst/більшістьGreatest in amount or degreeShe spent most of her time studying for the exam.
mother/ˈmʌðər/матиA woman in relation to her child or childrenHer mother prepared a delicious meal for the family.
mouth/maʊθ/ротThe opening and cavity in the lower part of the human face, surrounded by the lipsHe opened his mouth to speak, but no words came out.
move/muːv/рухатисяGo in a specified direction or manner; change positionShe decided to move to a different city for a new job.
movement/ˈmuːvmənt/рухAn act of changing physical location or position or of having this changedThe dancers performed a graceful movement across the stage.
movie/ˈmuːviː/фільмA story or event recorded by a camera as a set of moving images and shown in a theater or on television; a motion pictureThey went to see a movie at the cinema.
Mr/ˈmɪstər/панUsed before an invented or substituted name to indicate that the person referred to is male and is not a doctor or of any other specific titleMr. Johnson is our new neighbor.
Mrs/ˈmɪsɪz/паніUsed before an invented or substituted name to indicate that the person referred to is female and is marriedMrs. Smith is my English teacher.
much/mʌtʃ/багатоA large amount or extentThank you so much for your help.
music/ˈmjuːzɪk/музикаVocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expressionShe enjoys listening to classical music.
must/mʌst/повиненBe obliged to; should or ought toYou must complete the assignment by tomorrow.
my/maɪ/мійBelonging to or associated with the speakerThis is my car.
myself/maɪˈsɛlf/себеUsed by a speaker to refer to himself or herself as the object of a verb or preposition when he or she is the subject of the clauseI bought myself a new book for my birthday.
name/neɪm/ім'яA word or set of words by which a person, animal, place, or thing is known, addressed, or referred toWhat's your name?
nation/ˈneɪʃən/націяA large body of people united by common descent, history, culture, or language, inhabiting a particular country or territoryThe nation celebrated its independence day.
national/ˈnæʃənl/національнийRelating to or characteristic of a nation; common to or characteristic of a whole nationThe national anthem is sung at the beginning of the game.
natural/ˈnætʃərəl/природнийExisting in or caused by nature; not made or caused by humankindI love the natural beauty of the countryside.
nature/ˈneɪtʃər/природаThe phenomena of the physical world collectively, including plants, animals, the landscape, and other features and products of the earth, as opposed to humans or human creationsWe went hiking to enjoy the beauty of nature.
near/nɪər/близькоAt or to a short distance away; nearbyThe supermarket is near our house.
nearly/ˈnɪrli/майжеAlmost; not quiteShe nearly missed her train.
necessary/ˈnɛsəsəri/необхіднийNeeded to be done, achieved, or present; essentialA good night's sleep is necessary for good health.
need/niːd/потребаRequire (something) because it is essential or very importantI need a new pair of shoes.
network/ˈnɛtwɜːrk/мережаAn arrangement or structure of intersecting lines, roads, passages, or the likeThe company has a global network of offices.
never/ˈnɛvər/ніколиAt no time in the past or future; on no occasion; not everI have never been to Paris.
new/nuː/новийNot existing before; made, introduced, or discovered recently or now for the first timeShe bought a new car.
news/nuz/новиниNewly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent or important eventsDid you hear the news about the election?
newspaper/ˈnjuːzpeɪpər/газетаA printed publication (usually issued daily or weekly) consisting of folded unstapled sheets and containing news, articles, advertisements, and correspondenceI read the newspaper every morning.
next/nɛkst/наступнийComing immediately after this in order, place, or timeWe will discuss the next steps in the meeting.
nice/naɪs/приємнийPleasant; agreeable; satisfactoryShe is a very nice person.
night/naɪt/нічThe period of darkness in each twenty-four hours; the time from sunset to sunriseI like to stargaze at night.
no/nəʊ/ніUsed to give a negative response or denialNo, I don't want any dessert.
none/nʌn/жоднийNot any of a particular class or categoryNone of the students knew the answer.
nor/nɔːr/аніUsed before the second or further of two or more alternatives (the first being introduced by a negative such as "neither" or "not") to indicate that they are each untrue or each do not happenHe is neither a doctor nor a lawyer.
north/nɔːrθ/північThe direction in which a compass needle normally points, toward the horizon on the left-hand side of a person facing east, or the part of the horizon lying in this directionWe are traveling north for our vacation.
not/nɒt/неUsed to express the negative of other wordsShe does not want to go to the party.
note/nəʊt/нотаA brief record of points or ideas written down as an aid to memoryI made a note of the meeting time in my calendar.
nothing/ˈnʌθɪŋ/ніщоNot anything; no single thingThere is nothing to worry about.
notice/ˈnəʊtɪs/повідомленняThe fact of observing or paying attention to somethingI saw a notice about the upcoming event.
now/naʊ/заразAt the present time or momentI am busy now; can we talk later?
n't/ənt/ніContraction of "not"I can't go to the party tonight.
number/ˈnʌmbər/номерAn arithmetical value, expressed by a word, symbol, or figure, representing a particular quantity and used in counting and making calculations and for showing order in a series or for identificationWhat is your phone number?
occur/əˈkɜːr/траплятисяHappen; take placeThe accident occurred at around noon.
of/əv/зExpressing the relationship between a part and a wholeA glass of water, a piece of cake
off/ɒf/відAway from the place in question; to or at a distanceThe cat jumped off the table.
offer/ˈɒfər/пропозиціяPresent or proffer (something) for (someone) to accept or reject as desiredHe offered me a job in his company.
office/ˈɒfɪs/офісA room, set of rooms, or building used as a place for commercial, professional, or bureaucratic workShe works in a busy office downtown.
officer/ˈɒfɪsər/офіцерA person holding a position of command or authority, especially in the armed forces or a police departmentThe police officer directed traffic at the intersection.
official/əˈfɪʃ(ə)l/офіційнийRelating to an authority or public body and its duties, actions, and responsibilitiesThe president gave an official statement.
often/ˈɒf(ə)n/частоFrequently; many timesI often go jogging in the morning.
oh/əʊ/оUsed to express a range of emotions including surprise, disappointment, or joyOh, I didn't expect to see you here!
oil/ɔɪl/оліяA viscous liquid derived from petroleum, especially for use as a fuel or lubricantThe car needs an oil change.
ok/ˌəʊˈkeɪ/добреAcceptable; satisfactoryIf it's ok with you, we can meet at 5 PM.
old/əʊld/старийHaving lived for a long time; no longer youngMy grandparents live in an old house.
on/ɒn/наPhysically in contact with and supported by (a surface)The book is on the table.
once/wʌns/одного разуAt one time in the past; formerlyOnce upon a time, there was a princess.
one/wʌn/одинThe lowest cardinal number; half of twoCan I have one slice of pizza, please?
only/ˈəʊnli/лишеAnd no one or nothing more besides; solely or exclusivelyShe is the only person I trust.
onto/ˈɒntuː/наTo a position onHe climbed onto the roof to fix the antenna.
open/ˈəʊp(ə)n/відчиненийAllowing access, passage, or view through an empty space; not closed or blocked upPlease leave the door open.
operation/ˌɒpəˈreɪʃ(ə)n/операціяA procedure performed on a person, typically with the use of instruments or technology, in order to treat a disease or injury or to repair physiological functionThe surgeon will perform the operation tomorrow.
opportunity/ˌɒpəˈtjuːnɪti/можливістьA set of circumstances that makes it possible to do somethingI had an opportunity to travel abroad.
option/ˈɒpʃ(ə)n/варіантA thing that is or may be chosenWe have several options to consider.
or/ɔː/абоUsed to link alternativesWould you like tea or coffee?
order/ˈɔːdər/замовитиRequest (something) to be made, supplied, or servedI would like to order a pizza.
organization/ˌɔːɡənaɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/організаціяAn organized group of people with a particular purpose, such as a business or government departmentThe organization provides support to local communities.
other/ˈʌðə/іншийUsed to refer to a person or thing that is different or distinct from one already mentioned or known aboutI have a meeting with other clients.
others/ˈʌðəz/іншіAdditional or further; more than one of somethingSome people arrived early, while others came late.
our/aʊər/нашBelonging to or associated with the speaker and one or more other people previously mentioned or easily identifiedThis is our house.
out/aʊt/зAway from the inside or the centerHe went out for a walk in the park.
outside/aʊtˈsaɪd/ззовніThe external side or surface of somethingThe children played outside in the yard.
over/ˈəʊvər/надExtending directly upward fromThe plane flew over the mountains.
own/əʊn/власнийBelonging to oneself or itselfShe has her own car.
owner/ˈəʊnər/власникA person who owns somethingThe owner of the company is retiring.
page/peɪdʒ/сторінкаOne side of a sheet of paper in a collection of sheets bound togetherThe information is on page 10 of the book.
pain/peɪn/більHighly unpleasant physical sensation caused by illness or injuryI have a headache, and the pain is unbearable.
painting/ˈpeɪntɪŋ/живописThe process or art of using paint, in a picture, as a protective coating, or as decorationThe museum displayed a collection of famous paintings.
paper/ˈpeɪpər/папірA material manufactured in thin sheets from the pulp of wood or other fibrous substances, used for writing, drawing, or printing on, or as wrapping materialPlease give me a sheet of paper and a pen.
parent/ˈpɛrənt/батько, матірA person's father or motherHis parents are coming to visit us next week.
part/pɑːt/частинаA piece or segment of something such as an object, activity, or period of timeHe broke a part of the vase.
participant/pɑːˈtɪsɪp(ə)nt/учасникA person who takes part in somethingThere were many participants in the competition.
particular/pəˈtɪkjʊlə/конкретнийUsed to single out an individual member of a specified group or classShe has a particular interest in art.
particularly/pəˈtɪkjʊləli/особливоTo a higher degree than is usual or averageI am particularly fond of chocolate.
partner/ˈpɑːtnər/партнерA person who takes part in an undertaking with another or others, especially in a business or company with shared risks and profitsHe is my business partner.
party/ˈpɑːti/вечіркаA social gathering of invited guests, typically involving eating, drinking, and entertainmentThey threw a party to celebrate their anniversary.
pass/pɑːs/пройтиMove or cause to move in a specified direction or mannerI need to pass the exam to graduate.
past/pɑːst/минулийGone by in time and no longer existingThe past year has been challenging.
patient/ˈpeɪʃ(ə)nt/пацієнтA person receiving or registered to receive medical treatmentThe doctor is seeing another patient at the moment.
pattern/ˈpæt(ə)n/візерунокA repeated decorative designThe fabric has a beautiful floral pattern.
pay/peɪ/платитиGive (someone) money that is due for work done, goods received, or a debt incurredCan you pay the bill, please?
peace/piːs/мирFreedom from disturbance; tranquilityThe two countries signed a treaty to establish peace.
people/ˈpiːp(ə)l/людиHuman beings in general or considered collectivelyThe concert was attended by thousands of people.
per/pəː/наFor each; according toThe cost is $10 per person.
perform/pəˈfɔːm/виконуватиCarry out, accomplish, or fulfill (an action, task, or function)The band will perform at the music festival.
performance/pəˈfɔːm(ə)ns/виступThe action or process of performing a task or functionThe dancer gave an outstanding performance.
perhaps/pəˈhæps/можливоUsed to express uncertainty or possibilityPerhaps we should consider another option.
period/ˈpɪərɪəd/періодA length or portion of timeThe project will take a period of six months.
person/ˈpɜːrs(ə)n/особаA human being regarded as an individualHe is a kind and generous person.
personal/ˈpɜːs(ə)n(ə)l/особистийBelonging to or affecting a particular person rather than anyone elseThis is my personal diary.
phone/fəʊn/телефонA telephoneI'll call you on the phone later.
physical/ˈfɪzɪk(ə)l/фізичнийRelating to the body as opposed to the mindRegular exercise is important for physical health.
pick/pɪk/вибратиTake hold of and remove (a flower, fruit, or vegetable) from where it is growingShe picked a ripe apple from the tree.
picture/ˈpɪktʃə/зображенняA painting, drawing, photograph, or engravingThe museum had a collection of beautiful pictures.
piece/piːs/шматокA portion of an object or of material, produced by cutting, tearing, or breaking the wholeShe ate a piece of cake.
place/pleɪs/місцеA particular position, point, or area in space; a locationLet's meet at the park.
plan/plæn/планA detailed proposal for doing or achieving somethingWe need to make a plan for our trip.
plant/plɑːnt/рослинаA living organism of the kind exemplified by trees, shrubs, herbs, grasses, ferns, and mosses, typically growing in a permanent site, absorbing water and inorganic substances through its roots, and synthesizing nutrients in its leaves by photosynthesis using the green pigment chlorophyllShe loves gardening and has many plants in her backyard.
play/pleɪ/гратиEngage in activity for enjoyment and recreation rather than a serious or practical purposeLet's play a game of chess.
player/ˈpleɪə/гравецьA person taking part in a sport or gameHe is a skilled basketball player.
PM/ˌpiːˈem/після полудняAbbreviation for "post meridiem" meaning after noonThe meeting is scheduled for 2 PM.
point/pɔɪnt/точкаA small dot or other punctuation mark, in particularThe teacher marked the incorrect point on my test.
police/pəˈliːs/поліціяThe civil force of a state, responsible for the prevention and detection of crime and the maintenance of public orderThe police officer arrested the suspect.
policy/ˈpɒlɪsi/політикаA course or principle of action adopted or proposed by an organization or individualThe company has a strict no-smoking policy.
political/pəˈlɪtɪk(ə)l/політичнийRelating to the government or the public affairs of a countryShe has a strong interest in political science.
politics/ˈpɒlɪtɪks/політикаThe activities associated with the governance of a country or area, especially the debate between parties having powerHe is actively involved in local politics.
poor/pʊə/біднийLacking sufficient money to live at a standard considered comfortable or normal in societyThey live in a poor neighborhood.
popular/ˈpɒpjʊlə/популярнийLiked, admired, or enjoyed by many people or by a particular person or groupThe movie was a popular choice among audiences.
population/ˌpɒpjʊˈleɪʃ(ə)n)/населенняAll the inhabitants of a particular town, area, or countryThe population of the city has been steadily increasing.
position/pəˈzɪʃ(ə)n/позиціяA place where someone or something is located or has been putHe took a seated position at the front of the room.
positive/ˈpɒzɪtɪv/позитивнийConsisting in or characterized by the presence or possession of features or qualities rather than their absenceShe has a positive attitude towards life.
possible/ˈpɒsəb(ə)l/можливийAble to be done or achievedIs it possible to reschedule the meeting?
power/ˈpaʊə/потужністьThe ability to do something or act in a particular way, especially as a faculty or qualityShe has the power to influence people's decisions.
practice/ˈpræktɪs/практикаThe actual application or use of an idea, belief, or method as opposed to theories about such application or useHe is dedicated to his yoga practice.
prepare/prɪˈpɛə/підготуватиMake (something) ready for use or considerationI need to prepare a presentation for tomorrow.
present/ˈprɛz(ə)nt/презентуватиShow or offer (something) for others to scrutinize or considerShe will present her findings at the conference.
president/ˈprɛzɪd(ə)nt/президентThe elected head of a republican stateThe president of the company made an announcement.
pressure/ˈprɛʃə/тискThe continuous physical force exerted on or against an object by something in contact with itThe water pressure in the pipes was too high.
pretty/ˈprɪti/гарнийAttractive in a delicate way without being truly beautiful or handsomeShe wore a pretty dress to the party.
prevent/prɪˈvɛnt/запобігтиKeep (something) from happeningRegular exercise can help prevent heart disease.
price/praɪs/цінаThe amount of money expected, required, or given in payment for somethingWhat is the price of this item?
private/ˈpraɪvɪt/приватнийBelonging to or for the use of one particular person or group of people onlyThis is a private conversation.
probably/ˈprɒbəbli/ймовірноAlmost certainly; as far as one knows or can tellHe will probably arrive late.
problem/ˈprɒbləm/проблемаA matter or situation regarded as unwelcome or harmful and needing to be dealt with and overcomeWe need to find a solution to this problem.
process/ˈprɒsɛs/процесA series of actions or steps taken to achieve a particular endThe production process requires careful attention.
produce/prəˈdjuːs/вироблятиMake or manufacture from components or raw materialsThe factory produces over 1,000 units per day.
product/ˈprɒdʌkt/продуктAn article or substance that is manufactured or refined for saleThey launched a new product on the market.
production/prəˈdʌkʃ(ə)n/виробництвоThe process of manufacturing or making something on a large scaleThe company has increased its production capacity.
professional/prəˈfɛʃ(ə)n(ə)l/професійнийRelating to or connected with a professionHe is a highly respected professional in his field.
professor/prəˈfɛsə/професорA person who teaches or conducts research at a university or collegeProfessor Smith is known for his expertise in physics.
program/ˈprəʊɡræm/програмаA planned series of future events or performancesThe theater has a diverse program for the month.
project/ˈprɒdʒɛkt/проектAn individual or collaborative enterprise that is carefully planned and designed to achieve a particular aimThey are working on a new construction project.
property/ˈprɒpəti/власністьA thing or things belonging to someone; possessions collectivelyHe owns several properties in the city.
protect/prəˈtɛkt/захиститиKeep safe from harm or injuryThe police officer is here to protect us.
prove/pruːv/довестиDemonstrate the truth or existence of (something) by evidence or argumentHe provided evidence to prove his innocence.
provide/prəˈvaɪd/забезпечитиMake available for use; supplyThe hotel will provide towels and toiletries.
public/ˈpʌblɪk/громадськийOf or concerning the people as a wholeThe government has implemented new public policies.
pull/pʊl/тягнутиExert force on (someone or something) so as to cause movement towards oneselfHe pulled the door open.
purpose/ˈpɜːrpəs/метаThe reason for which something is done or created or for which something existsThe purpose of this meeting is to discuss the project.
push/pʊʃ/тискатиExert force on (someone or something) so as to move them away from oneselfHe pushed the cart across the room.
put/pʊt/покластиMove to or place in a particular positionPlease put the book on the shelf.
quality/ˈkwɒlɪti/якістьThe standard of something as measured against other things of a similar kindThis product is known for its high quality.
question/ˈkwɛstʃ(ə)n/питанняA sentence worded or expressed so as to elicit informationShe asked a thought-provoking question.
quickly/ˈkwɪkli/швидкоAt a fast speed; rapidlyPlease respond quickly to the email.
quite/kwaɪt/доситьTo the utmost or most absolute extent or degree; absolutelyShe is quite talented in music.
race/reɪs/расаA competition between runners, horses, vehicles, boats, etc., to see which is the fastest in covering a set courseThe Olympic Games include various races.
radio/ˈreɪdiəʊ/радіоThe transmission and reception of electromagnetic waves of radio frequency, especially those carrying sound messagesI listen to the news on the radio every morning.
raise/reɪz/піднятиLift or move to a higher position or levelHe raised his hand to ask a question.
range/reɪndʒ/діапазонA set of different things of the same general typeThe store offers a wide range of products.
rate/reɪt/ставкаA measure, quantity, or frequency, typically one measured against some other quantity or measureThe interest rate on the loan is 5%.
rather/ˈrɑːðə/дещоTo a certain or significant extent or degreeI would rather stay home than go out tonight.
reach/riːtʃ/досягтиStretch out an arm in a specified direction in order to touch or grasp somethingShe reached for the book on the top shelf.
read/riːd/читатиLook at and comprehend the meaning of (written or printed matter) by mentally interpreting the characters or symbols of which it is composedShe loves to read books in her free time.
ready/ˈrɛdi/готовийPrepared for immediate action or useAre you ready to start the meeting?
real/riːl/справжнійActually existing as a thing or occurring in fact; not imagined or supposedShe experienced real fear during the storm.
reality/ri(ː)ˈalɪti/реальністьThe state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of themThe reality of the situation is more complicated.
realize/ˈrɪəlaɪz/усвідомитиBecome fully aware of (something) as a fact; understand clearlyI didn't realize how difficult it would be.
really/ˈrɪəli/насправдіIn actual fact, as opposed to what is said or imagined to be true or possibleI'm really excited about the upcoming concert.
reason/ˈriːz(ə)n/причинаA cause, explanation, or justification for an action or eventThe reason for his absence was a family emergency.
receive/rɪˈsiːv/отриматиBe given, presented with, or paid (something)I received a gift from my friend.
recent/ˈriːs(ə)nt/останнійBelonging to a period immediately before the presentHe has made significant progress in recent months.
recently/ˈriːs(ə)ntli/нещодавноAt a recent or relatively close point of timeI saw her recently at a conference.
recognize/ˈrɛkəɡnaɪz/впізнатиIdentify (someone or something) from having encountered them beforeI couldn't recognize her in the disguise.
record/ˈrɛkɔːd/записA piece of evidence or information indicating that something has occurredThe police officer made a record of the incident.
red/rɛd/червонийOf a color at the end of the spectrum next to orange and opposite violetShe painted the door red.
reduce/rɪˈdjuːs/зменшитиMake smaller or less in amount, degree, or sizeWe need to reduce our expenses.
reflect/rɪˈflɛkt/відображатиThrow back (heat, light, or sound) without absorbing itThe mirror reflects my image.
region/ˈriːdʒ(ə)n/регіонAn area, especially part of a country or the worldShe lives in the coastal region.
relate/rɪˈleɪt/пов'язуватиMake or show a connection betweenThe professor tried to relate the concept to real-life examples.
relationship/rɪˈleɪʃ(ə)nʃɪp/відносиниThe way in which two or more people or things are connectedThey have a close relationship.
relax/rɪˈlæks/розслаблятисяMake or become less tense or anxiousShe likes to relax by reading a book.
religious/rɪˈlɪdʒəs/релігійнийRelating to or believing in a religionHe follows religious practices.
remain/rɪˈmeɪn/залишатисяContinue to exist, especially after other similar things have ceased to existThe old ruins remain as a reminder of the past.
remember/rɪˈmɛmbər/пам'ятатиHave in or be able to bring to one's mind an awareness of (someone or something that one has seen, known, or experienced in the past)I remember my childhood days.
remove/rɪˈmuːv/видалитиTake away or off from the position occupiedPlease remove your shoes before entering the house.
report/rɪˈpɔːrt/звітGive a spoken or written account of somethingShe will report the findings of her research.
represent/ˌrɛprɪˈzɛnt/представлятиBe entitled or appointed to act or speak for (someone)The lawyer will represent the defendant in court.
Republican/rɪˈpʌblɪkən/республіканськийRelating to a republic, a member of a political party that supports a republic as the form of governmentShe is a registered Republican.
require/rɪˈkwaɪər/потребуватиNeed for a particular purpose, especially by making a formal written or spoken requestThis task will require a lot of effort.
research/rɪˈsɜːrtʃ/дослідженняThe systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusionsHe is conducting research on climate change.
resource/rɪˈsɔːrs/ресурсA stock or supply of money, materials, staff, and other assets that can be drawn on by a person or organization in order to function effectivelyThe company needs to allocate its resources wisely.
respond/rɪˈspɒnd/реагуватиSay something in reply to a question or remarkShe didn't respond to my email.
response/rɪˈspɒns/відповідьA verbal or written answerI'm still waiting for a response from the manager.
responsibility/rɪˌspɒnsɪˈbɪlɪti/відповідальністьThe state or fact of having a duty to deal with something or of having control over someoneHe takes his responsibilities as a parent seriously.
rest/rɛst/відпочинокCease work or movement in order to relax, sleep, or recover strengthI need to rest after a long day at work.
result/rɪˈzʌlt/результатA consequence, effect, or outcome arising from a previous state or actionThe result of the experiment was surprising.
return/rɪˈtɜːn/повернутисяCome or go back to a place or personI will return home after the meeting.
reveal/rɪˈviːl/розкриватиMake (previously unknown or secret information) known to othersHe revealed his true identity.
rich/rɪtʃ/багатийHaving a great deal of money or assets; wealthyHe is a rich businessman.
right/raɪt/правоThat which is morally correct, just, or honorableEveryone has the right to freedom of speech.
rise/raɪz/підніматисяMove from a lower position to a higher one; come or go upThe sun will rise in the morning.
risk/rɪsk/ризикA situation involving exposure to dangerHe took a risk and started his own business.
road/rəʊd/дорогаA wide way leading from one place to another, especially one with a specially prepared surface that vehicles can useThe road was congested with traffic.
rock/rɒk/каміньA large piece of stone that stands or has been left standingThey climbed to the top of the rock.
role/rəʊl/рольThe function assumed or part played by a person or thing in a particular situationShe played a crucial role in the project.
room/ruːm/кімнатаA space or area that can be occupied or where something can be doneThe living room is spacious.
rule/ruːl/правилоOne of a set of explicit or understood regulations or principles governing conduct within a particular activity or sphereWe need to follow the rules of the game.
run/rʌn/бігатиMove at a speed faster than a walk, never having both or all the feet on the ground at the same timeShe likes to run in the park every morning.
safe/seɪf/безпечнийProtected from or not exposed to danger or riskMake sure to keep your valuables in a safe place.
same/seɪm/той самийIdentical; not different or changedWe have the same taste in music.
save/seɪv/зберегтиKeep safe or rescue (someone or something) from harm or dangerThe lifeguard saved the drowning swimmer.
say/seɪ/казатиUtter words so as to convey information, an opinion, a feeling, or an instructionI have something important to say.
scene/siːn/сценаA place or setting regarded as having a particular character or making a particular impressionThe crime scene was thoroughly investigated.
school/skuːl/школаAn institution for educating childrenShe goes to a private school.
science/ˈsaɪəns/наукаThe intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experimentHe has a degree in computer science.
scientist/ˈsaɪəntɪst/вченийAn expert in science, especially one of the physical or natural sciencesThe scientist conducted groundbreaking research.
score/skɔːr/рахунокThe number of points, goals, runs, etc. achieved in a game or by a team or an individualThe final score was 3-1 in favor of the home team.
sea/siː/мореThe expanse of saltwater that covers most of the Earth's surface and surrounds its landmassesThey spent their vacation by the sea.
season/ˈsiːz(ə)n/сезонA division of the year marked by changes in weather, ecology, and hours of daylightI enjoy the autumn season with its colorful leaves.
seat/siːt/місцеA thing made or used for sitting on, such as a chair or stoolPlease have a seat while I fetch you a drink.
second/ˈsɛkənd/другийConstituting number two in a sequence; coming after the first in order or timeHe finished in second place in the race.
section/ˈsɛkʃ(ə)n/розділAny of the more or less distinct parts into which something is or may be divided or from which it is made upPlease refer to the "Health" section of the manual.
security/sɪˈkjʊərɪti/безпекаThe state of being free from danger or threatThe building has tight security measures in place.
see/siː/бачитиPerceive with the eyes; discern visuallyI can see a rainbow in the sky.
seek/siːk/шукатиAttempt to find (something) by searching or lookingHe seeks advice from his mentor.
seem/siːm/здаватисяGive the impression or sensation of being something or having a particular qualityShe seems happy with her new job.
sell/sɛl/продаватиGive or hand over (something) in exchange for moneyHe wants to sell his car and buy a new one.
send/sɛnd/надіслатиCause to go or be taken to a particular destinationI will send you the documents via email.
senior/ˈsiːnjər/старшийHaving a higher level of authority or statusHe is a senior executive in the company.
sense/sɛns/почуттяA faculty by which the body perceives an external stimulus; one of the faculties of sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touchHe has a great sense of humor.
series/ˈsɪəriːz/серіяA number of events, objects, or people of a similar or related kind coming one after anotherThe TV series was highly acclaimed by critics.
serious/ˈsɪərɪəs/серйозний(Of a person or their behavior) solemn or thoughtful in character or mannerHe gave a serious speech about the importance of education.
serve/səːv/обслуговуватиPerform duties or services for (another person or an organization)She serves as the CEO of the company.
service/ˈsəːvɪs/сервісThe action of helping or doing work for someoneThey provide excellent customer service.
set/sɛt/встановлюватиPut, lay, or stand (something) in a specified place or positionPlease set the table for dinner.
seven/ˈsɛv(ə)n/сімEquivalent to the product of three and two; one more than sixThey will arrive at seven o'clock.
several/ˈsɛvr(ə)l/кількаMore than two but not many; a small number ofI met several interesting people at the conference.
sex/sɛks/статьEither of the two main categories (male and female) into which humans and many other living things are divided on the basis of their reproductive functionsThe baby's sex was revealed during the ultrasound.
sexual/ˈsɛkʃʊəl/сексуальнийRelating to the physical activity connected with sexThey had a sexual relationship in the past.
shake/ʃeɪk/трусити(Of a structure or area of land) tremble or vibrateThe earthquake caused the ground to shake.
share/ʃɛə/ділитисяHave a portion of (something) with another or othersLet's share the pizza equally among us.
she/ʃiː/вонаUsed to refer to a female person or animalShe is my best friend.
shoot/ʃuːt/стрілятиCause a gun or other weapon to discharge a projectileHe shot a target with perfect precision.
short/ʃɔːt/короткийMeasuring a small distance from end to endShe wore a short dress to the party.
shot/ʃɒt/пострілThe firing of a gun or other weaponHe heard a loud shot coming from the forest.
should/ʃʊd/повиненUsed to indicate obligation, duty, or correctnessYou should eat your vegetables for good health.
shoulder/ˈʃəʊldər/плечеThe upper joint of each human arm, where the shoulder and the arm meetHe carried the heavy box on his shoulder.
show/ʃəʊ/показатиMake information or evidence known or accessible to othersShe showed me the photos from her vacation.
side/saɪd/бікA position to the left or right of an object, place, or central pointThe house is located on the east side of the street.
sign/saɪn/підписатиWrite one's signature on (a document) to indicate approval, acceptance, or obligationPlease sign the contract to confirm your agreement.
significant/sɪɡˈnɪfɪk(ə)nt/значущийSufficiently great or important to be worthy of attention; noteworthyThe discovery of a new species was a significant achievement.
similar/ˈsɪmɪlər/схожийResembling without being identical; having a likenessThey have similar tastes in music.
simple/ˈsɪmp(ə)l/простийEasily understood or done; presenting no difficultyShe explained the concept in simple terms.
simply/ˈsɪmpli/простоIn a straightforward or plain mannerShe wanted to live simply, without unnecessary luxuries.
since/sɪns/з тих пірIn the intervening period between (the time mentioned) and the time under considerationI haven't seen him since last week.
sing/sɪŋ/співатиMake musical sounds with the voice, especially words with a set tuneShe loves to sing in the choir.
single/ˈsɪŋɡ(ə)l/одинonly one; not one of severalShe is a single parent.
sister/ˈsɪstə/сестраA woman or girl in relation to other daughters and sons of her parentsShe has two sisters and one brother.
sit/sɪt/сидітиAdopt or be in a position in which one's weight is supported by one's buttocks rather than one's feet and one's back is uprightPlease sit down and make yourself comfortable.
site/saɪt/сайтA place where a particular event or activity is occurring or has occurredThe construction site is closed for the weekend.
situation/ˌsɪtjʊˈeɪʃ(ə)n/ситуаціяA set of circumstances in which one finds oneselfShe found herself in a difficult situation.
six/sɪks/шістьEquivalent to the product of two and three; one more than fiveThey have been friends for six years.
size/saɪz/розмірThe overall dimensions or extent of somethingWhat size shoes do you wear?
skill/skɪl/навичкаThe ability to do something well; expertiseShe has excellent communication skills.
skin/skɪn/шкіраThe thin layer of tissue forming the natural outer covering of the body of a person or animalHer skin is soft and smooth.
small/smɔːl/малийOf a size that is less than normal or usualShe lives in a small apartment in the city.
smile/smaɪl/посмішкаForm one's features into a pleased, kind, or amused expressionHer smile brightened up the room.
so/səʊ/такTo such a great extentHe ran so fast that he won the race.
social/ˈsəʊʃ(ə)l/соціальнийRelating to society or its organizationShe enjoys participating in social events.
society/səˈsaɪəti/суспільствоThe aggregate of people living together in a more or less ordered communityThe role of education in society is crucial.
soldier/ˈsəʊldʒə/солдатA person who serves in an army or other military organizationHe was a brave soldier who fought for his country.
some/sʌm/деякийAn unspecified amount or number ofShe bought some groceries at the store.
somebody/ˈsʌmbɒdi/хтосьAn unspecified personSomebody left their umbrella in the hallway.
someone/ˈsʌmwʌn/хтосьAn unspecified personI think someone is knocking at the door.
something/ˈsʌmθɪŋ/щосьAn unspecified thingShe found something interesting in the book.
sometimes/ˈsʌmtaɪmz/інодіOn certain occasions or in certain cases; on some occasions but not alwaysSometimes it's good to take a break and relax.
son/sʌn/синA boy or man in relation to either or both of his parentsHer son is studying abroad.
song/sɒŋ/пісняA short poem or other set of words set to music or meant to be sungShe sang a beautiful song at the concert.
soon/suːn/незабаромIn or after a short timeWe will meet again soon.
sort/sɔːt/сортуватиArrange systematically in groups or categories according to shared qualities or characteristicsPlease sort the books by genre.
sound/saʊnd/звукVibrations that travel through the air or another medium and can be heard when they reach a person's or animal's earThe sound of the waves crashing was soothing.
source/sɔːs/джерелоA place, person, or thing from which something originates or can be obtainedThey couldn't trace the source of the rumor.
south/saʊθ/південьThe direction toward the point of the horizon 90 degrees clockwise from east, or the point on the horizon itselfThey traveled south for their vacation.
southern/ˈsʌð(ə)rn/південнийSituated in, directed toward, or facing the southThe southern states have a warmer climate.
space/speɪs/простірA continuous area or expanse that is free, available, or unoccupiedShe needs more space to set up her art studio.
speak/spiːk/говоритиUtter words so as to convey information, an opinion, a feeling or intention, or an instructionShe can speak multiple languages fluently.
special/ˈspeʃ(ə)l/спеціальнийBetter, greater, or otherwise different from what is usualIt was a special occasion.
specific/spɪˈsɪfɪk/конкретнийClearly defined or identifiedI need specific instructions to complete the task.
speech/spiːtʃ/моваThe expression of or the ability to express thoughts and feelings by articulate soundsShe gave a moving speech at the ceremony.
spend/spend/витрачатиGive or devote (one's time, attention, or effort) to a particular undertakingI like to spend my weekends relaxing at home.
sport/spɔːt/спортAn activity involving physical exertion and skillHe enjoys playing sports, particularly soccer.
spring/sprɪŋ/веснаThe season between winter and summerFlowers bloom in the spring.
staff/stɑːf/персоналThe employees of a particular organizationThe staff at the hotel was friendly and helpful.
stage/steɪdʒ/сценаA raised floor or platform, typically in a theater, on which actors, entertainers, or speakers performShe stood on the stage and delivered her lines.
stand/stænd/стоятиHave or maintain an upright position, supported by one's feetPlease stand up and join me in a round of applause.
standard/ˈstændəd/стандартA level of quality or attainment that is considered acceptable or desirableThey strive to maintain high standards of excellence.
star/stɑːr/зіркаA fixed luminous point in the night sky that is a large, remote incandescent body like the sunWe gazed at the stars on a clear night.
start/stɑːrt/початокBegin or be reckoned from a particular point in time or spaceThe movie will start in five minutes.
state/steɪt/державаA nation or territory considered as an organized political community under one governmentThe United States is a democratic state.
statement/ˈsteɪtmənt/заяваA definite or clear expression of something in speech or writingThe company issued a statement regarding the incident.
station/ˈsteɪʃ(ə)n/станціяA place or building where a specified activity or service is basedShe waited for the train at the station.
stay/steɪ/залишатисяRemain in the same place or positionWe decided to stay at a beachfront hotel.
step/stɛp/крокA movement made by lifting one foot and setting it down in a different placeHe took a step forward and reached out his hand.
still/stɪl/все ж щеUp to and including the present or the time mentioned; even nowShe still remembers her childhood home.
stock/stɒk/запасThe goods or merchandise kept on the premises of a business or warehouse and available for sale or distributionThe store has a wide stock of electronics.
stop/stɒp/зупинятисяCease or cause to cease moving or operatingPlease stop talking and listen to me.
store/stɔːr/магазинA retail establishment selling items to the publicShe went to the store to buy groceries.
story/ˈstɔːri/історіяAn account of imaginary or real people and events told for entertainmentThe book tells a captivating story of adventure.
strategy/ˈstrætədʒi/стратегіяA plan of action designed to achieve a long-term or overall aimThe company developed a new marketing strategy.
street/striːt/вулицяA public road in a city, town, or villageThey lived on a quiet street in the suburbs.
strong/strɒŋ/сильнийHaving the power to move heavy weights or perform other physically demanding tasksHe is known for his strong physique and athletic abilities.
structure/ˈstrʌktʃər/структураThe arrangement of and relations between the parts or elements of something complexThe building's structure is made of steel and concrete.
student/ˈstjuːd(ə)nt/студентA person who is studying at a school or collegeShe is a diligent student who always strives for excellence.
study/ˈstʌdi/вивчатиThe devotion of time and attention to gaining knowledge of an academic subjectHe spends several hours a day studying for exams.
stuff/stʌf/речіMatter, material, articles, or activities of a specified or indeterminate kind that are being referred to, indicated, or impliedShe packed her stuff and moved to a new city.
style/staɪl/стильA manner of doing something or presenting somethingShe has a unique and stylish way of dressing.
subject/ˈsʌbʤɛkt/предметThe thing that is being discussed, considered, or studiedThe subject of the lecture was astrophysics.
success/səkˈsɛs/успіхThe accomplishment of an aim or purposeHis hard work and determination led to his success.
successful/səkˈsɛsf(ə)l/успішнийAccomplishing an aim or purpose successfullyShe is a successful entrepreneur with multiple businesses.
such/sʌʧ/такийOf the type previously mentioned or impliedShe has never seen such a beautiful sunset before.
suddenly/ˈsʌd(ə)nli/раптовоQuickly and unexpectedlyHe appeared suddenly at the door.
suffer/ˈsʌfə/страждатиExperience or be subjected to (something bad or unpleasant)The patients suffer from chronic pain.
suggest/səˈʤɛst/пропонуватиPut forward for consideration or actionI suggest we take a break and grab a cup of coffee.
summer/ˈsʌmər/літоThe warmest season of the year, in the northern hemisphere from June to August and in the southern hemisphere from December to FebruaryThey went on a family vacation during the summer.
support/səˈpɔːrt/підтримкаBear all or part of the weight of; hold upThe pillars support the roof of the building.
sure/ʃʊr/впевненийConfident in what one thinks or knows; having no doubtI am sure that I locked the door before leaving.
surface/ˈsɜːfɪs/поверхняThe outside part or uppermost layer of somethingThe table has a smooth surface.
system/ˈsɪstɛm/системаA set of connected things or parts forming a complex wholeThe solar system consists of planets orbiting the sun.
table/ˈteɪb(ə)l/стілA piece of furniture with a flat top and one or more legs, providing a level surface for eating, writing, or workingThey sat around the table and discussed their plans.
take/teɪk/братиLay hold of (something) with one's hands; reach for and holdPlease take a seat and make yourself comfortable.
talk/tɔːk/розмовлятиSpeak in order to give information or express ideas or feelingsThey sat down to talk about their future plans.
task/tɑːsk/завданняA piece of work to be done or undertakenHe completed the task ahead of schedule.
tax/tæks/податокA compulsory contribution to state revenue, levied by the government on workers' income and business profits, or added to the cost of some goods, services, and transactionsHe pays his taxes every year before the deadline.
teach/tiːʧ/викладатиShow or explain to (someone) how to do somethingShe teaches mathematics at a local school.
teacher/ˈtiːʧər/вчительA person who teaches, especially in a schoolThe teacher assigned homework to the students.
team/tiːm/командаA group of players forming one side in a competitive game or sportThey worked together as a team to win the championship.
technology/tɛkˈnɒləʤi/технологіяThe application of scientific knowledge for practical purposesThe advancement of technology has revolutionized communication.
television/ˈtɛlɪˌvɪʒ(ə)n/телебаченняThe transmission, reception, and broadcasting of moving visual imagesShe turned on the television to watch the news.
tell/tɛl/розповідатиCommunicate information, facts, or news to someoneCan you tell me where the nearest post office is?
ten/tɛn/десятьEquivalent to the product of five and two; one more than nineShe bought ten apples at the grocery store.
tend/tɛnd/мати тенденціюRegularly or frequently behave in a particular way or have a certain characteristicHe tends to be quiet and reserved in social settings.
term/tɜːm/термінA word or phrase used to describe a thing or to express a conceptThe term "global warming" refers to the rise in Earth's average temperature.
test/tɛst/тестуватиA procedure intended to establish the quality, performance, or reliability of something, especially before it is taken into widespread useHe studied hard to prepare for the final test.
than/ðæn/ніжUsed to introduce the second element in a comparisonShe is taller than her younger sister.
thank/θæŋk/дякуватиExpress gratitude or appreciation to (someone)I want to thank you for your help.
that/ðat/щоUsed to identify a specific person or thingIs that your car parked outside?
the/ðə/артикльDenoting one or more people or things already mentioned or assumed to be common knowledgeThe cat sat on the mat.
their/ðɛːr/їхBelonging to or associated with the people or things previously mentioned or easily identifiedThey left their jackets on the chair.
them/ðɛm/їхUsed as the object of a verb or preposition to refer to two or more people or things previously mentioned or easily identifiedShe gave them a gift for their anniversary.
themselves/ðəmˈsɛlvz/себеUsed to emphasize a particular group of people or things mentionedThey prepared dinner for themselves.
then/ðɛn/потімAt that time; at the time in questionShe was young then and had a lot of energy.
theory/ˈθɪəri/теоріяA supposition or a system of ideas intended to explain something, especially one based on general principles independent of the thing to be explainedThe theory of evolution has been widely accepted in the scientific community.
there/ðɛːr/тамIn, at, or to that place or positionThey walked over there to see what was happening.
these/ðiːz/ціUsed to identify specific people or things close at hand or being indicated or experiencedThese cookies taste delicious.
they/ðeɪ/вониUsed to refer to two or more people or things previously mentioned or easily identifiedThey went to the movies together.
thing/θɪŋ/річAn object that one need not, cannot, or does not wish to give a specific name toHe picked up the shiny thing from the ground.
think/θɪŋk/думатиHave a particular belief or idea about someone or somethingI think she is the most talented singer in the competition.
third/θɜːrd/третійConstituting number three in a sequence; coming after the second in orderHe finished in third place in the race.
this/ðɪs/цейUsed to identify a specific person or thing close at hand or being indicated or experiencedThis book is very interesting.
those/ðəʊz/тіUsed to identify specific people or things at a distance from the speakerThose houses on the hill are quite expensive.
though/ðəʊ/хочаDespite the fact thatIt was raining, but they continued hiking, though they were soaked.
thought/θɔːt/думкаAn idea or opinion produced by thinking or occurring suddenly in the mindI had a thought about how to solve the problem.
thousand/ˈθaʊz(ə)nd/тисячаEquivalent to the product of a hundred and tenShe won a thousand dollars in the lottery.
threat/θrɛt/загрозаA statement or action that indicates intention to inflict harm, loss, or punishmentHe received a death threat for speaking out against corruption.
three/θriː/триEquivalent to the sum of one and twoShe has three children.
through/θruː/черезMoving in one side and out of the other side of (an opening, channel, or location)They walked through the park on their way home.
throughout/θruːˈaʊt/на протязіIn every part of (a place or object)The museum showcases artwork from throughout the centuries.
throw/θrəʊ/кидатиPropel (something) with force through the air by a movement of the arm and handHe threw the ball across the field.
thus/ðʌs/таким чиномAs a result or consequence of this; thereforeShe studied hard and thus achieved excellent grades.
time/taɪm/часThe indefinite continued progress of existence and events in the past, present, and futureWe had a great time at the party.
to/tuː/доExpressing motion in the direction of (a particular location)Let's go to the park and play.
today/təˈdeɪ/сьогодніOn or in the course of this present dayToday is my sister's birthday.
together/təˈɡɛðər/разомWith or in proximity to another person or peopleLet's work together to solve this problem.
tonight/təˈnaɪt/сьогодні ввечеріOn or during the present or coming nightWe're going to a concert tonight.
too/tuː/такожIn addition; alsoI want to come too.
top/tɒp/вершинаThe highest or uppermost point, part, or surface of somethingHe reached the top of the mountain.
total/ˈtəʊtl̩/загальна сумаThe whole amount; the entiretyThe total cost of the project exceeded our budget.
tough/tʌf/важкийStrong enough to withstand adverse conditions or rough or careless handlingShe's a tough competitor who never gives up.
toward/təˈwɔːd/доIn the direction ofThey walked toward the beach.
town/taʊn/містечкоA built-up area with a name, defined boundaries, and local government, that is larger than a village and generally smaller than a cityShe grew up in a small town in the countryside.
trade/treɪd/торгівляThe action of buying and selling goods and servicesInternational trade has increased over the years.
traditional/trəˈdɪʃ(ə)n(ə)l/традиційнийExisting in or as part of a tradition; long-establishedThey celebrated the New Year with traditional customs.
training/ˈtreɪnɪŋ/навчанняThe action of teaching a person or animal a particular skill or type of behaviorHe underwent intense training to prepare for the marathon.
travel/ˈtræv(ə)l/подорожMake a journey, typically of some length or abroadThey love to travel and explore new places.
treat/triːt/лікуватиBehave toward or deal with in a certain wayThe doctor will treat your illness with medication.
treatment/ˈtriːtmənt/лікуванняMedical care given to a patient for an illness or injuryThe treatment for the disease is still being researched.
tree/triː/деревоA woody perennial plant, typically having a single stem or trunk growing to a considerable height and bearing lateral branches at some distance from the groundThe tree provided shade on a hot summer day.
trial/ˈtraɪəl/випробуванняA formal examination of evidence before a judge, and typically before a jury, in order to decide guilt in a case of criminal or civil proceedingsThe defendant is currently on trial for the crime.
trip/trɪp/поїздкаA journey or excursion, especially for pleasureThey took a road trip across the country.
trouble/ˈtrʌb(ə)l/проблемаDifficulty or problemsShe's been having trouble with her computer.
true/truː/правдаIn accordance with fact or reality; accurate or exactThe statement she made was true.
truth/truːθ/правдаThe quality or state of being trueHe always tells the truth.
try/traɪ/намагатисяMake an attempt or effort to do somethingShe will try her best to complete the task.
turn/tɜːrn/поворотMove in a circular direction wholly or partly around an axis or pointHe made a sharp turn to avoid hitting the obstacle.
TV/ˌtiːˈviː/телевізорTelevisionThey watched their favorite show on TV.
two/tuː/дваEquivalent to the sum of one and oneThere are two apples on the table.
type/taɪp/типA category of people or things having common characteristicsShe prefers to read books of the fantasy genre.
under/ˈʌndər/підExtending or directly belowThe cat is hiding under the table.
understand/ˌʌndərˈstænd/розумітиPerceive the intended meaning of (words, a language, or a speaker)Can you understand what I'm saying?
unit/ˈjuːnɪt/одиницяAn individual thing or person regarded as single and completeThe car is a unit of transportation.
until/ənˈtɪl/доUp to (the point in time or the event mentioned)They will wait until you arrive before starting the meeting.
up/ʌp/вгоруDirected or moving toward a higher place or positionShe looked up at the sky and saw a bird flying.
upon/əˈpɒn/наOnHe placed the book upon the shelf.
us/ʌs/насUsed by a speaker to refer to himself or herself and one or more other people as the object of a verb or prepositionCan you give us directions to the nearest gas station?
use/juːs/використанняTake, hold, or deploy (something) as a means of accomplishing a purpose or achieving a resultThey use computers for data analysis.
usually/ˈjuːʒʊəli/зазвичайUnder normal conditions; generallyHe usually eats breakfast at 8 a.m.
value/ˈvæljuː/значенняThe regard that something is held to deserve; the importance, worth, or usefulness of somethingThey place a high value on education.
various/ˈveərɪəs/різноманітнийDifferent from one another; of different kinds or sortsThe store offers various products to meet different needs.
very/ˈvɛri/дужеUsed to emphasize an adjective or adverbThe movie was very exciting.
victim/ˈvɪktɪm/жертваA person harmed, injured, or killed as a result of a crime, accident, or other event or actionThe victim of the robbery reported the incident to the police.
view/vjuː/поглядThe ability to see something or to be seen from a particular placeThe view from the top of the mountain was breathtaking.
violence/ˈvaɪələns/насилляBehavior involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or somethingThe community is working to reduce domestic violence.
visit/ˈvɪzɪt/відвідуванняGo to see and spend time with (someone) sociallyWe're planning to visit my grandparents this weekend.
voice/vɔɪs/голосThe sound produced in a person's larynx and uttered through the mouth, as speech or songShe has a beautiful singing voice.
vote/vəʊt/голосуванняA formal indication of a choice between two or more candidates or courses of actionCitizens have the right to vote in elections.
wait/weɪt/чекатиStay where one is or delay action until a particular time or eventCan you wait for me outside the store?
walk/wɔːk/йтиMove at a regular pace by lifting and setting down each foot in turnLet's walk to the park instead of driving.
wall/wɔːl/стінаA continuous vertical brick or stone structure that encloses or divides an area of landThe mural was painted on the wall of the building.
want/wɒnt/хотітиHave a desire to possess or do (something); wish forI want to travel the world someday.
war/wɔː/війнаA state of armed conflict between different countries or different groups within a countryThe country has been at war for several years.
watch/wɒtʃ/годинникLook at or observe attentively, typically over a period of timeI like to watch movies on Friday nights.
water/ˈwɔːtər/водаA colorless, transparent, odorless liquid that forms the seas, lakes, rivers, and rain and is the basis of the fluids of living organismsShe drank a glass of cold water to quench her thirst.
way/weɪ/спосібA method, style, or manner of doing somethingThere's more than one way to solve the problem.
we/wiː/миUsed by a speaker to refer to himself or herself and one or more other people as the subject of a verb or prepositionWe are going to the beach tomorrow.
weapon/ˈwɛp(ə)n/зброяA thing designed or used for inflicting bodily harm or physical damageThe soldier carried a rifle as his primary weapon.
wear/wɛə/носитиHave (something) on one's body as clothing, decoration, or protectionShe likes to wear bright colors.
week/wiːk/тижденьA period of seven daysThey're going on vacation next week.
weight/weɪt/вагаA body's relative mass or the quantity of matter contained by itShe lifted a heavy weight at the gym.
well/wɛl/добреIn a good or satisfactory way; in a way that is pleasing or agreeableThe team performed well in the competition.
west/wɛst/західThe direction towards the point of the horizon where the sun setsThey traveled west to visit the Grand Canyon.
western/ˈwɛstən/західнийSituated in the west or directed towards or facing the westThey watched a classic western movie last night.
what/wɒt/щоAsking for information specifying somethingWhat is your favorite color?
whatever/wɒtˈɛvə/будь-щоAnything or everything that or no matter whatYou can wear whatever you feel comfortable in.
when/wɛn/колиAt what timeWhen will you arrive?
where/wɛə/деIn or to what place or positionWhere are you going?
whether/ˈwɛðə/чиExpressing a doubt or choice between alternativesI'm not sure whether I should go or not.
which/wɪtʃ/якийAsking for information specifying one or more people or things from a definite setWhich color do you prefer, red or blue?
while/waɪl/покиDuring the time that; at the same time asShe listened to music while doing her homework.
white/waɪt/білийOf the color of milk or fresh snowThe walls of the room were painted white.
who/huː/хтоAsking for information specifying a person or peopleWho is your favorite actor?
whole/həʊl/весьAll of; entireThe whole family went on vacation together.
whom/huːm/когоAsking for information specifying a person or people as the object of a verb or prepositionWhom did you invite to the party?
whose/huːz/чияAsking for information specifying the person or people that something belongs toWhose book is this?
why/waɪ/чомуFor what reason or purposeWhy did you choose that option?
wide/waɪd/широкийOf great or more than average widthThe river is wide at this point.
wife/waɪf/дружинаA married womanHe introduced his wife to the guests.
will/wɪl/будеExpressing the future tenseShe will go to the party tomorrow.
win/wɪn/перемогтиBe successful or victorious in (a contest or conflict)They trained hard to win the championship.
wind/wɪnd/вітерThe perceptible natural movement of the air, especially in the form of a current of air blowing from a particular directionThe wind blew the leaves off the trees.
window/ˈwɪndəʊ/вікноAn opening in the wall or roof of a building or vehicle, fitted with glass in a frame to admit light or air and allow people to see outShe opened the window to let in some fresh air.
wish/wɪʃ/бажатиFeel or express a strong desire or hope for something that is not easily attainableI wish I could go on vacation.
with/wɪθ/зAccompanied by (another person or thing)She went to the party with her friends.
within/wɪˈðɪn/в межахInsideThe keys are within the drawer.
without/wɪˈðaʊt/безNot having or holding (something)She went outside without a coat.
woman/ˈwʊmən/жінкаAn adult human femaleShe is a successful businesswoman.
wonder/ˈwʌndər/дивуватисяDesire or be curious to know somethingI wonder what time the movie starts.
work/wɜːrk/роботаActivity involving mental or physical effort done in order to achieve a purpose or resultShe enjoys her work as a teacher.
worker/ˈwɜːrkə/працівникA person who works, especially one employed in a particular occupation or activityThe workers are on strike for better wages.
world/wɜːrld/світThe earth, together with all of its countries, peoples, and natural featuresThey dream of traveling the world.
worry/ˈwʌri/хвилюватисяFeel or cause to feel anxious or troubled about actual or potential problemsShe worries about her children's safety.
would/wʊd/биExpressing the conditional moodI would go to the party if I had the time.
write/raɪt/писатиMark (letters, words, or other symbols) on a surface, typically paper, with a pen, pencil, or similar implementShe likes to write stories in her free time.
writer/ˈraɪtər/письменникA person who has written a particular text or who writes in a particular wayThe famous writer published a new book.
wrong/rɒŋ/неправильнийNot correct or true; incorrect or mistakenShe gave the wrong answer to the question.
yard/jɑːd/подвір'яA unit of linear measure equal to 3 feet (0.9144 meter)The children played in the yard.
yeah/jɛə/такUsed to express agreement or affirmationYeah, I agree with you.
year/jɪər/рікA period of 365 or 366 days, in the Gregorian calendar, divided into 12 calendar monthsThey celebrate New Year's Eve on December 31st.
yes/jɛs/такUsed to give an affirmative response or confirmationYes, I would like a cup of coffee, please.
yet/jɛt/все щеUp until the present or a specified or implied time; by now or thenI haven't finished my homework yet.
you/juː/тиUsed to refer to the person or people that the speaker is addressingYou look great in that dress.
young/jʌŋ/молодийHaving lived or existed for only a short time; having just come into existenceThey are a young couple starting a new life together.
your/jɔːr/вашBelonging to or associated with the person or people that the speaker is addressingIs this your car parked outside?
yourself/jɔːrˈsɛlf/себеUsed to refer to the person being addressed as the object of a verb or prepositionTake care of yourself.
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