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Intermediate 5A

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  • Q1
    a person who attacks and steals from sb in the street: [The ... was white, aged 18 to 20, and was wearing a dark jacket.]
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  • Q2
    a person who steals sth from a shop while pretending to be a customer: [... will be prosecuted.]
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  • Q3
    the crime of stealing from a place or a person using weapons: [Two men were found guilty of ...]
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  • Q4
    a person who damages sb else's property on purpose and for no reason: [The ... had wrecked the street.]
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  • Q5
    a person who steals things from another person: [A ... snatched her handbag containing her new mobile phone.]
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  • Q6
    a person who breaks the law or commits a crime: [Young ... should not be sent to adult prisons.]
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  • Q7
    (an event, accident, etc. that brings) bad luck or disaster: [He has learned a lot from his ...]
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  • Q8
    to behave badly: [Paul was punished for his ...]
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  • Q9
    the feeling of not believing sb/sth: ['It can't be true!' he shouted in ...]
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  • Q10
    an act of stealing that is not very serious: [People don't usually go to prison for ...]
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  • Q11
    a crime; an illegal action: [Deliberate damage to public property is a criminal ...]
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  • Q12
    a lack of respect for sb/sth that is shown in what you do or say: [Do not show ... towards your parents.]
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  • Q13
    the act of trying to make sb believe sth that is not true: [The footballer accused the referee of ...]
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  • Q14
    damage or harm caused to sb physically as a result of fights between groups of young people or criminals: [There is a lot of ... in that part of the city.]
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  • Q15
    work helping people in the local community that sb does without being paid, either because they want to, or because they have been ordered to by a court as a punishment: [She was sentenced to three months of ... for vandalism]
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