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Trendy

Popular or fashionable.

Examples:

Berlin is a trendy city to visit.

Lisa always buys trendy clothes that go out of fashion quickly. What a waste of money!

topic

/tɑːpɪk/ (n)

A subject you talk about, write about, or study.

Example:

The topic of my essay is English slang in the 21st century.

twins

/twɪnz/ (n)

Two children who are born at the same time, to the same mother.

Example:

My sister and I are twins. People mix us up because we look the same.

transatlantic

/ˌtrænzətˈlæntɪk/ (adj)

Crossing the Atlantic ocean.

Example:

I’m taking a transatlantic flight tomorrow.

tinker

/ˈtiŋkər/ (v informal)

Make small changes to how something works.

Example:

James loves to tinker with his car.

trim

/trɪm/ (adj)

Healthy and slim.

Example:

Andrew is looking trim. His new exercise and eating plan is working well.

tangy

/ˈtæŋi/ (adj)

A sharp/strong, but nice, flavor.

Example:

Orange juice is very tangy.

tease

/tiz/ (v)

Make jokes about a person to embarrass him or her.

Example:

My big brother always teased me and try to make me cry in front of my friends.

tranquil

/ˈtræŋkwəl/ (adj)

Peaceful, quiet, and relaxing.

Example:

Chinese gardens are very tranquil.

tickle

/ˈtɪkəl/ (v)

Touch someone in a way that makes them laugh.

Example:

I always laugh when someone tickles my stomach.

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