||1. think something is true: We believe the earth
is round. 2. think someone tells the truth: Did her friends believe her?
||1. come face to face with: I don't want to meet
another car on this narrow road. 2. come together: Two roads meet at the
corner. 3. be introduced to: I want to meet him today.
||1. hit again and again: The bad man beats his dog.
2. do better than: Our team beat yours. 3. mix by stirring:
Beat two eggs for the cake.
||1. less than any other: He is the least friendly
of all. 2. the smallest thing: The least you can do is say you are
||1. part of the body by which people and animals hear:
The dog has big, floppy ears. 2. the part of certain plants that
contains the grain: An ear of corn is yellow.
||1. a small metal instrument for opening or fastening a
lock. 2. the answer to a problem. 3. a set of signs used in a
dictionary. 4. one of the parts you press with your fingers on a piano and
other instruments. 5. in music, a scale of notes: the key of F.
||1. the thing from which a plant grows. 2.
scatter seed over: Dad seeded our lawn.
||1. give pleasure to: Reading aloud to children
pleases them. 2. be happy or delighted: Sam was pleased with the
||the same amount, size, or number: Five nickels are equal
to one quarter. The two boys are equal in size.
||to become greater in size or amount:
My allowance will
increase by one dollar.