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abandon

ability

accomplish

anger

answer

ask

assistant

award

aware

awareness

background

bake

barrier

beach 

calculate

call

castle

drunk

ease

fuss

genius

happen

idea

job

kind

leave

length

machine

neat

own

pack

question

river

safe

take

usually 

idea a thought, opinion or plan in your mind: I have to talk to John – he’s always full of good ideas.

thought a word, idea, or image that you have in your mind: Let me have your thoughts on that report by Monday.

concept a general idea or understanding of something: It is very difficult to define the concept of beauty.

notion a mental image or general idea: We have different notions of right and wrong.

image a mental picture of something: I can’t get the image of the accident out of my mind.

prospect a mental picture of a future event: Living in Michigan for a year was an exciting prospect.

impression an idea or belief that is usually not certain: My first impression of him was favorable.

job a task or work that someone does to earn money: She got a job as a waitress.

position formal a job: He retired from his position as technical manager.

post position of duty or employment: His father holds the post of foreign minister.

vacancy an unoccupied job or position: They have a vacancy in the sales department.

opening an unoccupied job or position: There are several openings in the technical department.

appointment formal a position of responsibility: He took up an appointment as department manager.

ease to make a bad situation or pain less severe: This pill will ease the pain of your arm.

soothe to make a pain or bad feeling less severe: Do you have something to soothe my sore throat?

relieve to remove or reduce pain or unpleasant feelings: Daily meditation is the best way to relieve stress.

alleviate to make something bad less severe: The government is taking steps to alleviate poverty.

soften to make less severe or harsh: The mattress softened my fall.

allay to reduce an unpleasant feeling: The president tried to allay fears that some workers would lose their jobs.

lighten to make a difficult situation easier: We have equipment to lighten the load of domestic work.

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