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GROUP 6 Sean Lin Wesley Kao Emily Lee Bell Liu Jerry Lin Bernice Chen Eva Shih Mike Huang. 1.luxury the best and most expensive food and drink 、 clothes 、 surrounds etc.
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the best and most expensive food and drink 、clothes、surrounds
Sentence: In this country a color television set is still a luxury.
animal or plant that has parents of different species or varieties.
Sentence: A mule is a hybrid of a male donkey and female horse.
（1）solid thing that can be seen and touched.
（2）thing aimed at、 intention、purpose.
Sentence: There were several objects on the floor of the room.
（1）right to vote at public elections.
（2）formal permission to sell a company’s goods or services in a particular
Sentence: That fast food business has expanded through the sale
a shop, company, or organization through which
products are sold
Sentence: The shoe manufacturer had several outlets.
arouse interest or pleasure in something.
Sentence: The game attracted a large audience.
become greater in size、number or importance、spread out、unfold.
Sentence: We are planning to expand the school building.
a face-cream , body-powder , etc…intended to make the skin or hair more beautiful.
Sentence: She always use cosmetic that make her more confident.
the sale of goods in shops to customer , for their own use , not for
Sentence: The retail prices are more expensive than supermarket
effort, or work especially physical work
Sentence: The country is short of skilled labor.
the price charged to carry a person , as by car, train, or taxi
to get on; succeed
Sentence: You need to pay all except the fare at this trip.
A person, an enterprise, or an entity that manufactures something.
sentence :The manufacturer lose heavily on the deal.
(1):at a steady rate or pace; "his interest eroded steadily“
(2): in a steady manner; "he could still walk steadily“
To ask for urgently or peremptorily: demand an investigation into the murder; demanding that he leave immediately; demanded to
speak to the manager.
sentence: I have many demands on my time.
To make modern in appearance, style, or character; update.
Sentence: Modernize a hospital by installing the latest equipment
Something given or paid in addition to what is usual or expected.
Sentence :I get a Christmas bonus from the department store
A trademark or distinctive name identifying a product or a
Sentence: This brand of tea is my favorite.
The act of recognizing or condition of being recognized.
Sentence: After the brief report ,he receives much recognition.
clearly and definitely
Sentence: Opinion is sharply divided.