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Word Book P - 1

pain [a hurt or suffering somewhere in the body]  

The injury caused him great pain.

paint [(1) to cover with a liquid color; (2) to make a picture with liquid colors; (3) a colored liquid used to cover or protect a surface] 

He will paint his house next week. (1)

She painted this picture when she was young. (2)

How much paint will you need to paint your house? (3)

pan [a metal container used for cooking]  

Cook your food in this pan.

paper [a thin, flat material made from plants or cloth often used for writing]

I use a lot of paper for my schoolwork.

parachute [a device that permits a person or thing to fall slowly from an airplane or helicopter to the ground]  

He jumps from an airplane and his parachute lets him fall slowly to the ground.

parade [a group of people and vehicles moving together to celebrate a special event or anniversary]  

She took the children to watch the Independence Day parade.

pardon [to forgive for a crime and release from punishment]  

Presidents can pardon criminals.

parent [a father or mother]  

Her parents will be here later.

parliament [a government lawmaking group]  

The government ended parliament and called new elections.

part [(1) something less than the whole; (2) not all of something]  

I spend part of today planning what I will do tomorrow. (1)

Only a small part of this land belongs to me. (2)

party [(1) a group of people working together for a political purpose; (2) a group of people or friends gathered together for enjoyment]  

She raises money for the Democratic Party. (1)

Bill has invited everyone to a party at his house. (2)

pass [(1) to go by or move around something; (2) to move along; (3) to cause or permit to go]  

You can pass the car in front of us. (1)

The hours passed slowly as he waited to leave. (2)

The guard passed him through the gate. (3)

passenger [a person traveling by airplane, train, boat or car who is not the pilot or driver]  

All passengers and the crew of the airplane survived the emergency landing.

passport [a document permitting a person to travel to another country] 

She was arrested for traveling with a false passport.

past [(1) the time gone by; (2) the time before; (3) recent; (4) immediately before; (5) former]  

He would like to forget the past. (1)

The records showed the patient had no medical problems in his recent past. (2)

She has not been here for the past few days. (3)

He is the past president of our organization. (4)

He is a past president of our organization. (5)

path [(1) a narrow way for walking; (2) a way along which something moves]

We walked along the path together. (1)

He watched the path of the arrow all the way to the target. (2)

patient [a person being treated by a doctor for a health problem]  

The doctors examined the patient carefully.

pay [to give money for work done or for something bought]  

She paid a lot of money for her clothes.

peace [(1) the condition of freedom from war, fighting or noise; (2) rest; (3) quiet]  

We have been at peace for almost ten years. (1)

He was sleeping, at peace with the world. (2)

A shout broke the peace of the early morning. (3)

people [(1) any group of persons; (2) all the persons of a group, race, religion or nation]  

A large crowd of people welcomed the Pope to St. Louis. (1)

The American people are a mix of the world's people. (2)

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