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Brexit talks: Next days are crucial: BBC News Review

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Video Vocabulary

/ˈverēəs/

various
adjective determiner pronoun

Several; consisting of different things or types. more than one. more than one.

/ˈneɡədiv/

negative
adjective exclamation noun verb

Being harmful, unwanted or unhelpful. no. Image on camera film used to make a photo. refuse to accept.

/bəˈtwēn/

between
adverb preposition

in space separating things. In the space that separates two objects.

/ˈtrādiNG/

trading
noun verb

action or activity of buying and selling goods and services. To buy, sell and exchange goods in business.

/ˈwebsīt/

websites
noun other

set of related web pages located under single domain name. Collections of webpages in one location.

/ˈlo͝okiNG/

looking
adjective verb

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

/ˈdedˌlīn/

deadline
noun

A date or time before which something must be done.

welcome - welcome

/ˈwelkəm/

welcome
adjective exclamation noun verb

Being what was wanted or needed. used to greet someone in polite or friendly way. Friendly greeting to someone who has arrived. To accept or receive something happily and gladly.

/yərˈself/

yourself
pronoun

used to refer to person being addressed.

/stärt/

starting
verb

begin or be reckoned from particular point in time or space.