Word of the Week | Palabra de la semana

Every Monday we publish our 'Word of the Week' on our Facebook page. 

 

Most of them are words that you have probably not seen before. Try using them with your English speaking friends!

Here is the gallery of some of our 'Words of the Week'.

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Todos los lunes publicamos nuestra 'Palabra de la Semana' en la página de Facebook de la academia.

La mayoría de las palabras son coloquiales. Te ayudarán a ampliar tu vocabulario.

 

¡Luego puedes ponerlas en práctica con tus amigos ingleses!

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thrifty (adj)

party pooper (noun)

scrub (verb)

squeegee (noun)

stick to stg (phrasal verb)

stuffing (noun)

tickle (verb)

indulge (verb)

mollycoddle (verb)

mistletoe (noun)

nosey (adj)

ladybird (noun)

Lent (noun)

light-headed (adj)

fussy (adj)

gibberish (noun)

giggle (verb or noun)

grouse (noun)

hot cross bun (noun)

greedy (adj)

grumpy (adj)

doodle (verb or noun)

flabbergasted (adj)

dress up (phrasal verb)

downpour (noun)

chatterbox (noun)

black pudding (noun)

burnt to a crisp (idiom)

binge (verb or noun)

cracker (noun)

to cut down on stg (phrasal verb)

eerie (adjective)

chestnut (noun)

hedgehog (noun)

gobbledygook (noun)

wrap up (phrasal verb)

whisker (noun)

fluffy (adjective)

puddle (noun)

crumpet (noun)

mince pie (noun)

tinsel (noun)

Christmas pudding (noun)

fry-up (noun)

snooze (verb/noun)

work out (phrasal verb)

to be under the weather (expression)

toad-in-the-hole (noun)

mop (noun)

drenched (adjective)

mischievous (adjective)

preen (verb)

brew (noun)

bunny (noun)

brush up (phrasal verb)

bleach(noun)

a piece of cake (idiom)

boar (noun)

pest (noun)