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Ship Almost COLLIDED with BRIDGE ..

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  • 12:51 / 13:37

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Video Vocabulary

/kəˈlīd/

collides
verb

To come together or crash with a lot of force.

/ˈsāliNG/

sailing
noun verb

action of sailing in ship or boat. To move along quickly and smoothly.

/ˈhapən/

happened
verb

take place.

/ikˈsplān/

explain
verb

make idea or situation clear to someone by describing it in more detail.

/kəˈlīd/

colliding
verb

To come together or crash with a lot of force.

/bēˈkəz/

because
conjunction

For a reason.

/ˈsim(ə)lər/

similar
adjective noun

Nearly the same; alike. person or thing similar to another.

/ˈaksədənt/

accident
noun

unexpected incident.

discharging
verb

To let someone leave the army or other service.

/spəˈsifik/

specific
adjective noun

Precise; particular; just about that thing. medicine or remedy effective in treating particular disease.

/brij/

bridges
noun other verb

structure crossing obstacle. Structures built over rivers, roads so you can cross. To make a link between; bring together.

/ˈpasij/

passage
noun verb

Narrow opening which things can go through. subject microorganisms or cells to passage.

discharge
noun verb

action of discharging someone. To let someone leave the army or other service.

welcome - welcome

/ˈwelkəm/

welcome
adjective exclamation noun verb

Being what was wanted or needed. used to greet someone in polite or friendly way. instance or manner of greeting someone. To accept or receive something happily and gladly.

/ˈlōdiNG/

loading
adjective noun verb

loaded in specified way. application of load or force. To put in items for use (e.g. bullets in a gun).