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The people vs big business - BBC Learning English

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Intro:

Video Vocabulary

/ˈôrdnˌerē/

ordinary
adjective noun

normal. what is commonplace or standard.

/ˈmasiv/

massive
adjective

Very big; large; too big.

/frend/

friends
noun other verb

person one has affectionate bond with. People who you like and enjoy being with. add someone to list of friends or contacts on social networking website.

/ˈaktivəst/

activists
noun other

person who campaigns to bring about political or social change. People who try to change a government, society.

/ˌkôrpəˈrāSH(ə)n/

corporations
noun other

company or group of people authorized to act as single entity legally person and recognized as such in law. Big companies or a combination of several companies.

/ˈrəniNG/

running
adjective noun verb

flowing naturally or supplied to building through pipes and taps. The act of moving your legs to move quickly. To operate or drive something.

/ˈôrdər/

ordered
verb

give order.

/əˈɡenst/

against
preposition

in opposition to.

/inˈkərij/

encouraged
verb

To increase the chance of something happening.

/ˈanəməl/

animals
noun other

living organism. Living creatures that are not plants or people.

/dəˈmandiNG/

demanding
adjective verb

Being aggressive in your requests. To strongly request someone to do something.

/dəˈstroi/

destroyed
verb

To kill a sick or unwanted animal.

/bēˈkəz/

because
conjunction

for reason that.

/lôNG/

longest
adjective adverb

Greatest in time or length than another. for long time.

/rəˈd(y)o͞os/

reduced
verb

To make something smaller in size, amount, level.