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internal
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a. [داخلی] inside; interior;  located within the limits or surface
An internal audit led to Julie Wall's downfall, and her vast collection has now been auctioned to pay back some of what she owes.
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intimate
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v. [مباشرت] give to understand; imply or hint; state or make known  
Did Dick intimate that Jane had bad breath when he asked if she'd like a breath mint?
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investigate
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v. [تحقیقات] explore; observe or inquire into in detail; examine systematically
NASA has launched its Contour spacecraft, one of a series of missions designed to investigate comets.
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invisible
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a. [invigilate پوشیدہ] incapable of being seen; impossible or nearly impossible to see
The poor guys are politically invisible; it is why they suffered so much in a dark time.
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involve
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v. [شامل] wind around; connect with something; include necessarily; engage thoroughly
How should we involve ourselves in school life?
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irony
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n. [وڈمبنا] expression by a deliberate contrast between apparent and intended meaning; the witty language used to insult
That most of us miss the irony is a vivid demonstration of our blindness.
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issue
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n. [معاملے] subject; topic; problem; edition; publication; release; publish
The issue could be settled by requiring public education for everyone.
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item
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n. [آئٹم] a whole individual unit; a distinct part that can be specified separately in a group
He noticed an item in the New York Times that reported his hometown.
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jail
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n. [جیل] building for confinement of persons held in lawful custody
The jail was a little brick den that stood at the village's edge, and no guards were afforded for it.
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jam
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v. [جیم] crush or bruise; get stuck; press tightly together
The driver had to jam the brake pedal to the floor to avoid entering the intersection.
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jealous
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a. [رشک] resentful or bitter in rivalry; envious
I think they're jealous; they wish they could share in that freedom but fail.
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jerk
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v. [جرک] pull, or move with a sudden movement; move with abrupt, seemingly uncontrolled motions
We saw him turn the handle and jerk the door open.
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journal
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n. [جرنل] magazine; periodical; log; diary; a ledger in which transactions have been recorded as they occurred
Published twice yearly, the journal is open access, online publication.
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jungle
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n. [جنگل] land densely overgrown with tropical vegetation; a dense, confusing mass
In the last few months, the big cats have increasingly emerged from the forest and into the urban jungle, killing twenty-two people, including children.
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junior
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a. [جونیئر] less advanced in age than another; younger; lower in standing or rank
He is studying at a junior middle school.
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junk
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n. [ردی] a fragment of any solid substance; old iron, or other metal, glass, paper; discarded material
Today's swim isn't so bad except that there was crazy wind on the beach, and these huge waves brought all the junk on the seafloor up.
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justify
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v. [جواز] adjust the spaces between words;  show to be reasonable; explain, clear away
I can't really justify taking another day off work.
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kidnap
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v. [اغوا] take by force or fear, and against one's will; seize and detain unlawfully and usually for ransom
She says she only pretended to kidnap the children and never wanted to get money from them.
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kidney
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n. [گردے] the glandular organ which excretes urea and other waste products from the animal body
If the kidney donor is a non-relative, we have to investigate if there is any organ trafficking.
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knot
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n. [گرہ] fastening together of one or more threads, cords, ropes; lump or loop formed in the thread; ornamental tie
Only take off the red cloak, sir; the string is in a knot - help me.
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