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aesthetic British English spelling
His work had an aesthetic feel.
brief
The instructions were too brief.
carbohydrate
Bread is a source of carbohydrate.
component
They lost a vital component of the machine.
design
Do you like the design of this web site?
diet
A balanced diet should contain protein.
disassemble
Please disassemble your equipment.
evaluation
Evaluation is a way of judging how successful something is.
fabric
Fabric can be made from natural or man-made fibers.
fibre British English spelling
We need fibre for a healthy diet.
flour
Mother weighed out a kilo of flour.
flowchart
Print out a flowchart.
hygiene
Good hygiene keeps germs away.
ingredient
The key ingredient of a quiche is egg.
innovation
His work showed great innovation.
knife
The knife is made of stainless steel.
knives
Fishermen's knives need to be very sharp.
linen
The linen was white.

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