Lost dogs and lonely hearts 2

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a place where people leave their dogs to be taken care of while they are away, or a place where dogs are bred:
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(UK kennels) + buda
US We left our dog at the kennel when we went away.
morally wrong and bad:
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It was a wicked thing to do.
a structure for children to play on which has a slope for them to slide down and usually a set of steps leading up to the slope
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enjoying an activity or situation that most people would find very unpleasant:
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The race is known for its masochistic mountain terrain
a feeling or expression of an emotion or quality that does not last very long:
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There was a flicker of hope in his eyes.
too pleased or satisfied about something you have achieved or something you know:
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She deserved her promotion, but I wish she wasn't so smug about it.
to shake suddenly with very small movements because of a very unpleasant thought or feeling:
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She shuddered at the thought of kissing him
to suddenly become unable to control a strong feeling, especially anger:
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When she asked me to postpone my trip to help her move to her new house, I just snapped (got angry).
to make an effort to control your emotions and behave more calmly:
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get a grip on
I just think he ought to get a grip on himself - he's behaving like a child.
to hit something gently, and often repeatedly, especially making short, sharp noises:
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I could hear him tapping his fingers on the desk.
A person who is ... looks serious and intelligent and usually wears glasses:
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He was an owlish figure, sitting in the corner of the library.
strong, rough cloth used for making tents, sails, bags, strong clothes, etc.
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These two canvases by Hockney would sell for £1,500,000.
silly or stupid:
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She must be bonkers to do that.
using few words, sometimes in a way that seems rude or unfriendly:
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"Are you feeling any better?" "No!" was the terse reply.
lack of interest or thought
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He mistook her Oliver-induced vacancy for bereavement distress.
to have a close relation or friend who has died:
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be bereaved
Everyone who has been bereaved has to find his or her own way of coping.
a feeling of extreme worry, sadness, or pain:
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She claimed that the way she had been treated at work had caused her extreme emotional and psychological distress.
to repeat the main points of an explanation or description:
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Finally, the teacher recapped the main points of the lesson
said or done in a hurry, sometimes without the necessary care or thought:
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"He looks good for his age. Not that 55 is old," she added hastily.
to write something quickly on a piece of paper so that you remember it:
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jot down
I carry a notebook so that I can jot down any ideas.

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