|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|event||Noun||An occurrence of social or personal importance||Yes|
|pretend||Verb||To claim that, or act as if, something is different from what it actually is, often incorrectly and knowingly||Yes|
|reflect||Verb||To bend back light from a surface, for example, a mirror reflects the light that shines on it||Yes|
|reflect||Verb||To mirror, or show the image of something||Yes|
|reflect||Verb||To bring as a consequence||Yes|
|reflect||Verb||To be bent back||Yes|
|reflect||Verb||To give evidence of someone's or something's character, etc.||Yes|
|reflect||Verb||To think seriously; to ponder or consider||Yes|
|refresh||Verb||To renew or revitalize||Yes|
|refresh||Verb||To reload a web page on the Internet||Yes|
|relent||Noun||Stay; stop; delay||Yes|
|relent||Verb||To become less rigid or hard; to yield; to dissolve; to melt||Yes|
|relent||Verb||To become less severe or intense; to become less hard, harsh, cruel, etc.; to feel compassion||Yes|
|relent||Verb||To soften; dissolve||Yes|
|relent||Verb||To make less painful; to comfort; to cause to be less harsh or severe||Yes|
|reject||Verb||To refuse to accept||Yes|
|reject||Noun||Something that is rejected||Yes|
|reject||Noun||An unpopular person||Yes|
|request||Noun||The act of requesting||Yes|
|request||Noun||A formal message requesting something||Yes|
|request||Noun||The state of being sought after||Yes|
|request||Verb||To express the need or desire for||Yes|
|request||Verb||To ask somebody to do something||Yes|
|rebel||Noun||A person who resists an established authority, often violently||Yes|
|rebel||Verb||To resist or become defiant toward an authority||Yes|
|regress||Noun||The act of going back; return||Yes|
|regress||Noun||The power or liberty of going back; returning||Yes|
|regress||Verb||To move backwards to an earlier stage||Yes|
|regress||Verb||To revert to an earlier or less advanced state or form||Yes|
|repress||Noun||The act of repressing||Yes|
|repress||Verb||To press again||Yes|
|repress||Verb||To press back or down effectually; to crush down or out; to subdue; to suppress||Yes|
|repress||Verb||To check; to restrain; to keep back||Yes|
|repress||Verb||To reject painful or disagreeable ideas, memories, feelings, or impulses from the conscious mind||Yes|
|subject||Noun||The main topic of a paper, work of art, discussion, etc.||Yes|
|subject||Noun||A particular area of study||Yes|
|subject||Verb||To cause someone or something to undergo a particular experience, especially one that is unpleasant or unwanted||Yes|
|neglect||Verb||To disregard or pay little attention to||Yes|
|neglect||Verb||To fail to care for, or attend to||Yes|
|neglect||Verb||To fail to do or carry out something due to oversight or carelessness||Yes|
|neglect||Noun||The act of neglecting or the state of being neglected||Yes|
|neglect||Noun||Habitual lack of care||Yes|
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