(verb) to move around something else in a curved path
(verb) to hit something with great force
(noun) broken or torn pieces of something that has been destroyed
(noun) an instance of two or more things coming together with force
(noun) the layer of hot, solid rock that makes up the largest part of Earth’s interior
(noun) the outermost layer of Earth’s solid surface
(adjective) too many to be counted
(noun) a large round hole in the ground or on a surface, typically caused by the impact of a meteorite or bomb
(verb) to be spread over an area
(verb) to extend over a certain distance or period of time
(verb) to move around something else in a circle or oval.
(adjective) clearly different from something else
(adverb) at a great distance
In this lesson, we will learn:
- how to use once
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