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Different meaning of words

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accommodate

avoid

bear

big

call

drag

free

get

see part 1

see part 2

stiff

to provide a place to stay: They will accommodate the team in a luxury hotel soon.
to have enough room for: Our new office will easily accommodate 5 desks simultaneously.
lend money to someone: Can you accommodate her this time, or are you short of cash?
to provide what is needed: The ground-floor bedrooms have been designed to accommodate 5 disabled guests in the same way.

grown up: When you’re big, you can stay out late.
Significant, popular: She in the same way is a big star in movies.
strong, forceful: There was a big storm yesterday after all.
ambitious, far-reaching: The president has big plans accordingly.
notice using your eyes: that is to say I barely can see things without my glasses.

watch: in other words, It was the most amazing movie I’ve ever seen.
meet, visit: to rephrase it, I’m seeing friends on weekends.
try to find out: I’ll see if I can get anyone to help this time?
make sure: Please see that you lock the door when you leave.
understand, know: I see what you mean.
go out with, date: Ethan is seeing someone else now.
predict, foresee: I see great things ahead.
imagine someone as: I see him as a future director.
experience, undergo: She had seen a lot of hardship in his life.
pay attention to: She sees only the good aspects of the situation.
find good qualities: I don’t know what you see in your friends.

thesaurus

not easily bent: a stiff collar
thick: a stiff dough/paste
painful to move or use: stiff neck/muscles
not moving freely: a stiff door/ drawer
too formal: stiff writing/dialogue
cold or friendly: a stiff manner
harsh or severe: a stiff punishment
stubborn: a stiff fight
difficult: a stiff climb

yet

and yet

nevertheless

nonetheless

after all

but

however

though

otherwise

on the contrary

in contrast

notwithstanding

on the other hand

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