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Babysitting meaning and examples
Babysitting is the act of taking care of a child while the parents are away. It can be a fun and enjoyable experience, or it can be stressful and difficult.
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Weakest meaning and examples
The weakest person is usually the one who is least able to defend themselves or who is least able to fight. The weakest person is also the one who is most likely to be attacked or hurt.
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Nutritious meaning and examples
Nutritious is a word that is used to describe something that is good for you. It can also be used to describe something that is tasty or enjoyable.
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Outweigh meaning and examples
When something weighs more than something else, it's called outweighing. The object that weighs more will eventually push the object that weighs less off of the scale.
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Mitochondria meaning and examples
Mitochondria are the cells in your body that produce energy. They are usually found in the cells of your muscles, heart, and brain.
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Commonplace meaning and examples
The word commonplace is often used to describe things or ideas that are common or normal. Commonplace ideas or things are usually not very interesting or exciting.
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Behaves meaning and examples
behaves is a word that is used to describe the way that someone behaves. It is often used when talking about people who are not behaving in a normal way.
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Belongings meaning and examples
belongings are the things that you own. This includes things like clothes, furniture, and even pets.
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Imagining meaning and examples
To imagine something is to think about it in your mind. You can imagine yourself doing any kind of activity, or you can imagine what it would be like to be in a particular place.
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Narrower meaning and examples
To narrower something is to make it narrower or smaller. When you narrow a road, you make it so that cars can only go in one direction.
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Blight meaning and examples
Blight is a word that is used to describe something that is harmful or destructive. It can refer to anything from a plant to a city.
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Mindful meaning and examples
Mindful is a word that is used to describe people who are aware and focused on their present moment. They are usually very careful not to waste their time or money.
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Uneasy meaning and examples
Uncomfortable means that you are not happy or satisfied with the situation. When you are uneasy, you are not at ease or calm.
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Warmly meaning and examples
To warmly refers to something that is warm and pleasant. When you say that someone is warmly welcomed, you mean that they are welcome with open arms.