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She argued with the waiter about the bill. ć I could hear them arguing in the next room. ) ① argument / ɑ jυmənt/ noun a quarrel ć Nobody would back her up in her argument with the boss. ć The argument took place in the restaurant. ˽ to get into an argument with someone to start to argue with someone ć He got into an argument with the customs officials. argumentative / ɑ jυ mentətv/ adj liking to argue. Synonym quarrelsome. Antonym peaceable aria / ɑ riə/ noun a song for a singer in an opera arid / rd/ adj extremely dry; where there is very little rain Aries / eəri z/ noun one of the signs of the Zodiac, shaped like a ram, covering the period 21st March to 19th April ② arise /ə raz/ verb 1.
She was arrested for stealing, but the judge let her off with a fine. ① arrival /ə rav(ə)l/ noun 1. the act of reaching a place ć We announce the arrival of flight AB 987 from Tangiers. 25 express from Edinburgh. m. ˽ on arrival when you arrive ć On arrival at the hotel, members of the party will be allocated rooms. 2. a person who has arrived ć He’s a new arrival on our staff. 3. the 34 art gallery birth of a baby ć The arrival of their daughter was announced in the newspapers. arrivals /ə rav(ə)lz/ noun the part of an airport that deals with passengers who are arriving.
The London area the part of England around London ć Houses in the London area are more expensive than elsewhere in the country. 32 arm area code / eəriə kəυd/ noun a special telephone number which is given to a particular area arena /ə ri nə/ noun 1. a building with seats for people to sit and watch events like sports or fights 2. a field of activity where something happens ① aren’t /ɑ nt/ ı be argon / ɑ ɒn/ noun an inert gas which is found in small quantities in air, and which is used in electric light bulbs arguable / ɑ juəb(ə)l/ adj possibly not true.