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currency

precious
The cave was filled with precious stones. *
opportunity
This is a great opportunity to get some work experience. *
fibres British English spelling
Optical fibres can be used to transmit signals. *
responsible
Who's responsible for this mess?
common
The brontosaurus was common in North America.
luxury

discovered
There are many species of fish yet to be discovered. *
permission
A squatter uses another person's property without asking permission. *
people
Many people do not have sufficient food.
ordinary
The food tasted very ordinary. *
unusual
Something Very unusual is extraordinary.
exclusive
The shops in Bond Street are very exclusive. *
despite
The team lost the game despite their quality,.
remains
Residue is something that remains or is left over. *
delicate
Mosses have weak roots ; thin, delicate leaves and do not have seeds. *
amazing
The twins likeness was amazing. *
individuals
Romanticism is a an art movement which celebrates the idea of the Sublime and the importance of the individuals sensibility over everything else. *
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