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Vocabulary from TOEFL BOOK . ADDICTIVE . 1-If a substance, especially a drug, is addictive, your body starts to need it regularly and you are unable to stop taking it: Tobacco is highly addictive . 2- An activity that is addictive is so enjoyable that you do not want to stop :

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addictive
ADDICTIVE

1-If a substance, especially a drug, is addictive, your body starts to need it regularly and you are unable to stop taking it:

  • Tobacco is highly addictive.

2- An activity that is addictive is so enjoyable that you do not want to stop:

  • It started as a hobby, but it got so addictive I had to keep on doing it.
  • addictive arcade games.
amateurish
amateurish

not skillfully done or made [≠ professional]

Uncountable.

  • His paintings are rather amateurish.
bribe
bribe

1-To illegally give someone, especially a public official, money or a gift in order to persuade them to do something for you:

  • The only way we could get into the country was by bribing the border officials.

2-To offer someone, especially a child, something special in order to persuade them to do something.

  • Sam wouldn\'t do her homework until I bribed her with ice cream.
condemn
condemn

1-disapprove/ to say very strongly that you do not approve of something or someone, especially because you think it is morally wrong.

  • Politicians were quick to condemn the bombing

2- punish/to give someone a severe punishment after deciding they are guilty of a crime.

  • He was found guilty and condemned to death.
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  • Amateurish ( )
  • Bribe ( )
  • Condemn ( )
  • Addictive ( )

1-Unable to stop doing something.

2-Disapprove/punish.

3-Unskillful persona.

4-Illegally give someone money or a gift in order to help you

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