Collins Junior Illustrated English Dictionary (2nd Edition)
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Optimised for colour tablets. The images in this e-book are not suitable for viewing on black and white e-ink devices. For children aged 6 and over, Collins Junior Illustrated Dictionary contains full sentence definitions, colour headwords and child-friendly example sentences, along with beautiful colourful illustrations and photographs. Collins Junior Illustrated Dictionary has been especially written to support the needs of children aged 6 to 8. It introduces key dictionary features such as parts of speech (noun, verb, adjective or adverb) and other forms of a word, for example plurals or past tense of a verb. The clear and spacious layout and colour headwords ensure that the dictionary is child-friendly. Bright, colourful illustrations and photographs support language learning and make it fun. Full sentence definitions and example sentences show the headword used in a context familiar to children. The Collins Word Wizard supplement gives extra help with vocabulary through...
3 Drinks, such as tea or coffee, that are weak do not have a strong taste. wealthy wealthier, wealthiest ADJECTIVE Someone who is wealthy has a lot of money. weapon weapons NOUN A weapon is an object such as a gun or missile which is used to hurt or kill people in a fight or war. wear wears, wearing, wore, worn VERB 1 When you wear things, such as clothes, you have them on your body. VERB 2 When something wears out, it has been used so much that it cannot be used any more. weary
ADJECTIVE Something that is moist is slightly wet. moisten VERB moisture NOUN Moisture is tiny drops of water in the air or on a surface. mole moles NOUN 1 A mole is a small burrowing animal with tiny eyes and dark silky fur. NOUN 2 A mole is also a small dark lump on someone’s skin. moment moments NOUN 1 A moment is a very short time. NOUN 2 A moment is also a point in time when something happens. At that moment, the teacher came into the room. Monday Mondays NOUN Monday is the
develops. NOUN 3 A plot of land is a small piece that has been marked out for a special purpose such as building houses or growing vegetables. VERB 4 If people plot something, they plan secretly to do it. plough ploughs NOUN A plough is a farming tool that is pulled across a field to turn the soil over. pluck plucks, plucking, plucked VERB 1 When someone plucks a musical instrument, such as a guitar, they pull the strings and let them go quickly. VERB 2 When you pluck a feather, flower
again after it has been emptied. reflect reflects, reflecting, reflected VERB 1 When a surface reflects rays of something like light or heat, the rays bounce back from the surface. VERB 2 When a mirror reflects a person or thing, it shows what they look like. reflection reflections NOUN A reflection is what you see when you look in a mirror or shiny surface. refreshing ADJECTIVE Something that is refreshing makes you feel energetic or cool again after you have been tired or hot.
you make its edge or point sharper. shatter shatters, shattering, shattered VERB If something shatters, it breaks into a lot of small pieces. shave shaves, shaving, shaved VERB When a man shaves, he removes hair from his face with a razor. shawl shawls NOUN A shawl is a large piece of woollen cloth. Shawls are worn by women over their shoulders or head. They are also used to wrap babies in. she PRONOUN She is used to refer to a woman or girl who has already been mentioned. shear shears,