Tarantulas 2.1

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a small light that is held in the hand and usually gets its power from batteries:
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flashlight
She shone the flashlight into the dark room.
a line of light that shines from a bright object:
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beam
The rabbit stopped, mesmerized by the beam of the car's headlights.
something that is meant to hide something, or behaviour that is intended to hide the truth:
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camouflage
He believed that her kindness was merely a camouflage for her real intentions.
a grey, green, or yellow plant-like organism that grows on rocks, walls, and trees
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lichen
porost
covered with areas of different colours that do not form a regular pattern:
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mottled
mottled skin
the hard outer covering of a tree
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bark
If an object or a part of your body is ..., it is completely still but ready to move at any moment:
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poised
My pencil was poised over the page, ready to take down her words.
to put your foot on something or to press something down with your foot:
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tread
I kept treading on his toes when we were dancing
the opening of a hole or cave:
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mouth
We looked down into the mouth of the volcano.
to dig a hole in the ground, especially to live in:
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burrow
Rats had burrowed into the bank of the river.
having two parts:
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twofold
The problem is twofold
a bed in a boat, train, etc., or a place for a ship or boat to stay in a port:
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berth
She booked a berth on the ferry from Palermo to Naples
to cause something, especially a problem or difficulty:
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pose
Nuclear weapons pose a threat to everyone.
seeming likely to be true, or able to be believed:
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plausible
a plausible explanation/excuse
to see something or someone for a very short time or only partly:
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glimpse
We glimpsed the ruined abbey from the windows of the train.
existing at or since the beginning of the world or the universe:
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primordial
The planet Jupiter contains large amounts of the primordial gas and dust out of which the solar system was formed.
the fact that something seems real and important, so that you feel involved with it:
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immediacy
Pre-recorded TV programmes have so much less immediacy and warmth than live theatre.
a feeling of nervousness and fear, especially caused by something strange or threatening:
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willie
Spending a night in the house alone always gives me the willies.
to always give an actor the same type of character to play, usually because he or she is physically suited to that type of part:
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typecast
She soon found herself typecast as a dizzy blonde
extremely ugly or bad:
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hideous
They've just built some hideous new apartment blocks on the seafront.

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