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Theory:

Meanings of the difficult words from the lesson "Packing":
  
 
S.No
WordsMeanings
1
IrritateShowing or feeling slight anger; annoyed
2
Fact A thing that is known or proved to be true
3
Suggestion An idea or plan put forward for consideration
4
Readiness The state of being fully prepared for something
   5Uncanny Strange or mysterious, especially in an unsettling way
6
IntendTo have as a plan or purpose
7
Potter To spend time in a pleasant, relaxed way, often doing small jobs in your house
8
DirectionInformation or orders telling you what to do
9
Mad Very angry or annoyed
10
Loll To lie, sit, or hang down in a relaxed, informal, or uncontrolled way
11
Sofa A long, soft seat with a back and usually arms, on which more than one person can sit at the same time
12
Fellow  A friend or companion 
13
Prefer  To like, choose, or want one thing rather than another  
14
SuperintendTo be in charge of something
15
PocketA small bag used for carrying things which are made of cloth and sewn into the inside or onto the outside of a piece of clothing
16
NatureA person's character
17
Comfort  To make someone feel better when they are sad or worried 
18
ForgotTo be unable to remember a fact, something that happened, or how to do something
19
Shut To close something
20
WildUncontrolled, violent, or extreme
21
BootA type of shoe that covers the whole foot and the lower part of the leg
22
Horrible Very unpleasant or bad
23
OccurEspecially of other unexpected events to happen
24
ToothbrushA small brush with a long handle that you use to clean your teeth
25
HauntTo cause repeated suffering or anxiety
26
TravellingThe activity of going from one place to another, especially over a long distance
27
MiseryMental or emotional unhappiness or distress
28
Dream A series of events or images that happen in your mind when you are sleeping
29
Cold perspirationSweat occurred by fear, anxiety or shock
30
Hunt A search for something or someone
31
Unpack To remove things from a suitcase, bag, or box
32
WrapCovered with paper or other material
33
HandkerchiefA square piece of cloth or paper used for cleaning the nose or drying the eyes when they are wet with tears
34
RummageTo search for something by moving things around carelessly and looking into, under, and behind them
35
Chaos A state of total confusion with no order
36
ReignTo be the main feeling or quality in a situation or person
37
RepackPack a suitcase or bag again
38
SlamShut a door, window, or lid forcefully and loudly
39
KettleA container or device in which water is boiled, having a lid, spout, and handle
40
HamperA basket with a carrying handle and a hinged lid, used for food, cutlery, and plates on a picnic
41
Light-hearted spiritTo be cheerful or in a happy mood
42
SquashFlat, soft, or out of shape as a result of being crushed or squeezed with force
43
Trod Set one's foot down on top of something
44
ButterA pale yellow edible fatty substance made by churning cream and used as a spread or in cooking
45
Edge The outer or furthest point of something
46
Watch  To look at something for a period of time, especially something that is changing or moving 
47
Nervous Worried and anxious 
48
Excited Feeling very happy and enthusiastic 
49
Pies  A type of food made with meat, vegetables, or fruit covered in pastry and baked 
50
Smash Violently or badly broken or shattered 
51
Pence  A unit of money 
52
Slipper A type of soft, comfortable shoe for wearing inside the house 
53
Be sworn atGet scolded for doing some naughty things
54
Staring  Looking at something for a long time with the eyes wide open, especially when surprised, frightened, or thinking 
55
Empty  Not containing any things or people 
56
Mysterious Strange, not known, or not understood 
57
Indignantly In an angry way, because of something that is wrong or not fair 
58
Squirm  To move from side to side in an awkward way, sometimes because of nervousness, embarrassment, or pain 
59
Tumble To fall quickly and without control 
60
Nuisance Something or someone that annoys you or causes trouble for you 
61
Stumble  To step awkwardly while walking or running and fall or begin to fall 
62
Unbearable Too painful or unpleasant for you to continue to experience 
63
Conceit  The state of being too proud of yourself and your actions
64
Sin   An offense against moral law 
65
Belief Something one accepts as true or real; a firmly held opinion
66
Frying-panA shallow pan with a long handle, used for cooking food in hot fat or oil
67
Encourage Give support, confidence, or hope to someone