Blade (n) [bleyd] Definition the flat cutting part of a sword, knife, etc.http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/media/oald8/fullsize/b/bla/blade/blade_comp.jpg - The blade banged against the ground. - The blade should be kept sharp.
bang (v) [bang] Definition To hit something hard against something else, making a loud noisehttp://caffeinated-muse.blogspot.com/2009/08/lets-bang-our-head-on-wall-shall-we.html - The blade banged against the ground. - A guy was banging on the wall and yelling.
Bold (adj.); Boldly (adv.) not afraid of taking risks and making difficult decisions• Ex: The airman boldly jumped from the airplane with his parachute.
Weigh (v) weight (n): amount somebody/something weighsex: He has put on weight since I last saw him.
bounce off definition: To make something rebound off someone or something Example: The ball bounced off the crossbar
Dent (n,v) definition: (n) a depression in a surface made by pressure or a blow. (v) To make a dent in Example: a dent in the side of a car.
streamA body of water flowing ina channel orwatercourse, as ariver, rivulet, or brook.
BE PROUD OFproud of (adj.) feeling pleasurable satisfaction over something by which you measures your self-worth He know it was nothing to be proud of, but he felt proud nonetheless. (Holes,p 40)
NONETHELESSnonetheless (adv.) Nevertheless; however. He know it was nothing to be proud of, but he felt proud nonetheless. (Holes,p 40)
Bob( v. )His head seemed to bob up and down on hisneck, like it was on a spring.Definition in the context: to move or make sth movequickly up and down. e.g. tiny boats bobbed up and down in the harbour. e.g. he bobbed his head crazily.
Grave( n.)His cap was stained with blood from his hands. He felt likehe was digging his own grave.Definition in the context: a place in the ground where adead person is buried. e.g. There were flowers on the grave.
SteepSloping sharply at an angle Rise/fall suddenly
Rotate (v)He laid his shovel back down on the bottom of his hole and, to his surprise it fit.He rotated it and only had to chip off a few chunks of dirt, here and there, beforeit could lie flat across his hole in everi direction.(Holes – p.39)Def: to turn in a circle, especially around a fixed point.Ex: Rotate the handle by 180 degree to open the door.
Faint (adj); Faint (v)“I was afraid you’d fainted,” Mr.Penanski said. “ You wouldn’t havebeen the first.”(Holes – p.40)Def: not strong, feel weak as if you are about to become unconscious.Ex: I felt faint with hunger.
Be soaked “His clothes were soaked with sweat.”Meaning : thoroughlywet or saturated
Aimlessly “After leaving Myras house, Elya wandered aimlessly through the town, until he found himself down by the wharf.”Meaning : Devoid of direction or purpose.