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What is another word for paper money?

Bill of exchange a written order to pay a particular amount of money to a person or organization on a particular date: Cash money in the form of notes or coins: to pay in cash / to make payments in cash Bill a piece of paper money a ten-dollar bill Fiduciary currency banknotes and coins in circulation Note / Banknote a piece of paper money a €20 note
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15 adjectives to describe a place

Alive full of emotion and excitement: Bustling full of busy activity: Calm free from stress: Charming very pleasing and attractive: Cosmopolitan including people from different countries: Enchanting very interesting and attractive: Fascinating extremely interesting and attractive: Fresh new and therefore interesting or exciting: Homey pleasant and comfortable like home: Inspiring Making you feel you want to do or create something: Lively full of life and energy: Peaceful Quiet and calm: Picturesque (of a place) Attractive in appearance: Unspoiled beautiful because it has not been changed by people: Vibrant energetic and exciting:

Learn English with Movies: Titanic

Learn this Titanic Vocabulary before watching the movie. Bet (v) to risk money on the result of a race or an event: I can't believe you bet our tickets. Be about to (id) to be close to do something: The moment of truth boys. Somebody's life's about to change. Queue (n) a line of people waiting for something: Have you been through the inspection queue? Amount (v) to be the same as or equal to something else: He'll never amount to a thing, trust me. brand new (adj) completely new: It smells so brand new. Like they built it all just for us. Strike (v) to discover gold or oil by digging or drilling: Her husband had struck gold someplace out west. Steam (v) 1. to go somewhere very quickly: 2. to travel in a boat or train that uses power produced by steam: We were steaming west from the coast of Ireland, with nothing out ahead of us but ocean... Envision (v) to form a picture in the mind: He envisioned a steamer so grand in scale St

Words related to Sale

Bake sale an event at which baked goods such as cakes are sold to make money, usually for a charity: Fire sale a sale at extremely discounted prices of things that a company or person owns, in order to pay debts: Garage sale a sale of used things, usually held in someone's garage or outside their house: Estate sale a sale of the possessions of a person after their death: Rummage sale an event at which old or used clothes, etc. are sold to make money for charity: Bring-and-buy sale a sale, usually for charity, at which people bring things to be sold and buy things brought by other people:

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Words related to SNOW

snowflake a small, soft piece of frozen water that falls from the sky as snow: snow flurry a small amount of snow that is blown by the wind: snow squall a sudden heavy snowfall that reduces visibility, often with strong winds: snowstorm a storm with a lot of snow: blizzard a severe snowstorm with strong winds: snowdrift a deep pile of snow that is formed by the wind:

Phrasal Verbs for Election

Vote down to reject or defeat something by voting against it: The new salary proposal was voted down. Vote through to approve something such as a law or plan by voting for it: The committee voted through a proposal for a new village school. Stand down to leave your official job or position: She's decided to stand down after ten years. Get in to be elected to a political position: She got in by 400 votes.