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Knitting Help - Flicking Q & A

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Intro:

Video Vocabulary

/ˈrapiNG/

wrapping
noun verb

Paper covering for e.g. chocolate bars. To be or move around something.

/ˈtipik(ə)lē/

typically
adverb

In a normal or usual way.

/wəˈT͟Hout/

without
adverb conjunction preposition

outside. without it being case that. Not with; not having.

/ˈhōldiNG/

holding
noun verb

area of land held by lease. To control an area and protect it from attack.

/ˈspänsər/

sponsor
noun verb

person or organization that pays for or contributes to costs involved in staging sporting or artistic event in return for advertising. provide funds for.

/ˈpikər/

pickers
noun other

person or machine that picks fruit or vegetables. People/machines that picks, e.g. fruit from plants.

/əˈdres/

address
noun verb

particulars of place. To write the place someone lives on a letter.

/ˌin(t)ərˈCHānjəb(ə)l/

interchangeable
adjective

able to be interchanged.

/flik/

flicking
verb

To move a button, switch from on, off positions.

/rəˈlēs/

released
verb

To free someone from a responsibility or burden.

/ˈyo͞oZH(o͞o)əlē/

usually
adverb

under normal conditions.

/ˈwərkiNG/

working
adjective noun verb

Doing your job. action of doing work. To bring into a specific state of success.

/ˈpakij/

package
adjective noun verb

Presented as one item but includes several. wrapped or boxed object. put into box or wrapping.

knitters
other

Someone who makes clothes (or fabrics) by knitting.

/ˈspänsərd/

sponsored
adjective verb

Helped to succeed/happen by being given money. To help someone succeed by giving them money.