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Billy Batson becomes Shazam | Shazam! [4k, HDR]

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  • English

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Accent:

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  • 2:38 / 4:19

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  • 138 wpm - Conversational

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  • Film & Animation

Intro:

Video Vocabulary

/ˈpātrəˌnīz/

patronize
verb

To look down on someone, by being unkind.

/ˈstandiNG/

standing
adjective noun verb

performed from rest or upright position, without run-up. position, status, or reputation. To take the role of another person.

/ˌsivələˈzāSH(ə)n/

civilizations
noun other

advanced stage of human development. A highly developed society.

/səˈpōzd/

supposed
adjective verb

Expected of you, but it didn't turn out that way. To imagine or guess what might happen.

/ˈlo͝okiNG/

looking
adjective verb

having specified appearance. To appear to be when you look at them; seem.

/rəˈlēs/

releasing
verb

To allow to leave cage, prison, etc.; let out.