|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|dial||Noun||A graduated scale over which a needle moves to show a measurement, such as speed||Yes|
|dial||Noun||A clock face||Yes|
|dial||Noun||A panel on a radio showing channels, wavelengths, etc.||Yes|
|dial||Noun||A knob that is turned to change the channel, wavelength, etc.||Yes|
|dial||Verb||To measure or indicate something with a dial||Yes|
|dial||Verb||To control or select something with a dial||Yes|
|dial||Verb||To select a number, or to call someone, on a telephone||Yes|
|trial||Noun||An opportunity to test something out; a test||Yes|
|trial||Noun||Appearance at judicial court||Yes|
|trial||Noun||A difficult experience||Yes|
|trial||Adjective||Pertaining to a trial or test||Yes|
|trial||Verb||To carry out a series of tests on a new product before marketing it||Yes|
|final||Noun||The ending, the last||Yes|
|final||Noun||A test or examination given at the end of a term or class; the test that concludes a class||Yes|
|final||Noun||A playoff round in sports consisting of only two teams left||Yes|
|vital||Adjective||Relating to, or characteristic of life||Yes|
|vital||Adjective||Necessary to the continuation of life||Yes|
|vital||Adjective||Invigorating or life-giving||Yes|
|vital||Adjective||Necessary to continued existence||Yes|
|rival||Verb||To oppose or compete with||Yes|
|vial||Noun||A glass vessel or bottle, especially a small bottle for medicines||Yes|
|local||Adjective||From, or in, a nearby location||Yes|
|local||Noun||One's nearest, or regularly visited, public house or bar||Yes|
|local||Noun||One who regularly visits; a regular||Yes|
|local||Noun||A person who lives nearby||Yes|
|focal||Adjective||Belonging to, or concerning, a focus, such as a focal point||Yes|
|vocal||Adjective||Of or pertaining to the voice or speech; having a voice||Yes|
|vocal||Adjective||Uttered or modulated by the voice; oral||Yes|
|vocal||Adjective||Intended for singing||Yes|
|vocal||Adjective||Tending to express oneself in words often or freely; outspoken||Yes|
|vocal||Noun||A sound made with a voice||Yes|
|vocal||Noun||A popular composition for a singer, often with instrumental accompaniment||Yes|
|oral||Adjective||Relating to the mouth||Yes|
|oral||Adjective||Spoken rather than written||Yes|
|oral||Noun||Short for an oral test or oral exam, particularly in a language class||Yes|
|oral||Noun||Short for a physical oral examination or oral exam||Yes|
|oval||Noun||A shape rather like an egg or an ellipse||Yes|
|oval||Adjective||Having the shape of an oval||Yes|
|total||Noun||An amount obtained by the addition of smaller amounts||Yes|
|total||Adjective||Entire; relating to the whole of something||Yes|
|total||Verb||To add up; to calculate the sum of||Yes|
|total||Verb||To equal a total of; to amount to||Yes|
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