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Study the word list: Tier 2 Words (abandon - adults)

Tier 2 words are less common than high frequency (Tier 1) words. They are often integral to the comprehension of exam questions or core subject knowledge.

abandon If you abandon something, it means you leave it behind or stop looking after it.
abstract If something is abstract, it means that it exists as a thought or an idea and does not have a physical body.
academic If something is academic, it means it is related to education and study.
academy An academy is a place were someone studies.
access If you have access to somewhere, it means you have the ability or permission to enter.
accident An accident is an unfortunate mishap that causes damage or injury.
accommodation Accommodation is a room or building where someone stays or lives.
accompany If you accompany someone, it means you go somewhere with them.
accumulation Accumulation means the gradual increasing or collection of something.
accurate If something is accurate, it means it is correct and precise.
achieve If you achieve something, you succeed in getting it through hard work.
acknowledge If you acknowledge something, it means you admit that it exists or is true.
acquire If you acquire something, it means you gain possession of it.
acquisition An acquisition is something you have gained possession of.
adaptation An adaptation is something that has been changed from one form into another, for example a film adaptation of a book.
adequate If something is adequate, it means it is acceptable.
adjacent If two things are adjacent to each other, it means they are next to or joining onto each other.
adjustment An adjustment is a small change that's made in order to make something more suitable.
administration Administration is all the activity related to running a business or similar activity.
adults Adults are people who have fully matured.

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Summer spelling gameSummer spelling
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