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Only bottled water is safe to drink. bored /bɔ d/ adjective not interested in bored what is happening ć You get very bored having to do the same work every day. ć I’m bored – let’s go out to the club. boredom / bɔ dəm/ noun the state of boredom being bored boring / bɔ rŋ/ adjective not interesting boring ć I don’t want to watch that TV programme – it’s boring. fm Page 37 Friday, January 16, 2004 3:10 PM bottom bottom / bɒtəm/ noun 1. the lowest bottom point ć The ship sank to the bottom of the sea.
2. to make something stay in position without falling ć The waiter balanced a pile of dirty plates on his arm. balcony / b lkəni/ noun 1. a small flat area that sticks out from an upper level of a building protected by a low wall or by posts ć The flat has a balcony overlooking the harbour. ć Breakfast is served on the balcony. 2. the upper rows of seats in a theatre or cinema ć We booked seats at the front of the balcony. ) bald /bɔ ld/ adjective having no hair bald where there used to be hair, especially on the head ć His grandfather is quite bald.
Would you like another bit of cake? 2. the smallest unit of information that a computer system can handle í verb bite ȣ to bits 1. into little pieces 2. very much ć thrilled to bits ȣ to come or fall to bits to fall apart ć The chair has come to bits. ȣ to take something to bits to take something apart in order to repair it ć He’s taking my old clock to bits. ȣ a bit a little ć The painting is a bit too dark. ć She always plays that tune a bit too fast. fm Page 32 Friday, January 16, 2004 3:10 PM bite a little bit longer.
An Introduction to the Grammar of Sanskrit by Wilson