Cash - money in notes and coins
Common - frequent or typical
Cool - good, exciting (informal)
Corrupt - something made bad by dishonesty
Crop - the total number of vegetables/fruit grown in a season
Declining - reducing or going down
Dictatorship - government without democracy and supported by the threat of force
Documentary - television or radio programme about something real.
Estimate - calculation, estimation
Expand - make bigger
Fair - reasonable or just
Figures - numbers or statistics
Fortune - large amount of money
Gradually - slowly over time
Hug - an embrace, to hold close
Ingredients - 'the ingredients of an omelet are eggs, butter, milk, salt and pepper'.
Inherit - receive something from someone when they die (e.g money)
Import - take from a different place.
Irregular Verbs - verbs that don't follow the regular (I paint, he painted etc) pattern.
Linguist - studies language
Memorize - learn something by memory (e.g phone number)
Official - legal, used by government
Opaque - not clear, difficult to see or understand
Opinion - what you think or believe
Pacifist - against violence/war
Rifle - a long gun for shooting animals etc
Spoof - a spoof documentary pretends to be about something real.
Survive - to continue, not die
Tax - money the government takes
Temper - someone with a bad temper gets very angry very quickly
Universal - for all places/situations
Vowel - the letters a, e. i, o, u
Wrapped - covered in something like paper or plastic
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