make someone nervous or agitated
able to stir the emotions
cylindrical container with wide base and narrow neck for serving coffee, water or winebrew
to prepare coffee or tea for drinking
possible, but not yet actual
too great to overcome
to feel great anger
business enterprise undertaken by two or more companies, which share the initial investment, risks and profits.
words that mean the opposite of what they convey, intended to mock someone.
to recover from illness or injury
join with something that exists: to combine something with, or include it within, something already formed, or be combined or included in this way
subject to controls or limits, e.g. of time or availability
to escape from or avoid somebody or something by cunning, skill, or resourcefulness
conversation about personal matters: conversation about the personal details of other people's lives, whether rumor or fact, especially out of meanness.
to create or bring into existence
difficult to believe
opinion based on incomplete facts
acting on the spur of the moment, without considering the consequences
a trick or silly stunt done for amusement
to enter without receiving permission
to temporarily set aside
to admit to a deed, tell the truth
"send you packing"
to cause somebody to leave
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