||a wild flower, usually white with a yellow center.
||a covering worn over the front of the body to protect clothes:
The cook wore an apron when he make dinner.
||1. put in good shape again: Will you repair my
torn coat? 2. the act or work of repairing: Repairs on the car cost a
||writing paper, cards, and envelopes.
||1. something used to lure onto a hook or into a trap.
The boy put a red lure on his fishing pole. 2. a poisonous material placed
where it will be eaten by wild animals. He will bait the skunk into a trap.
||a kind of large plate with a raised edge: The waiter
carried dishes on a tray.
||waiting quietly for something you want very much or that you
want to happen.
||a woman who waits on table and brings food in a restaurant.
||1. the juice that comes out of meat when it is cooked.
2. a sauce made from this juice.
||having the ability to: The man was capable of building a