Family
Food
Food idioms
Shopping
Money
100

to be aged between 20 and 29

be in your twenties

100

the yellow seeds of a particular type of the maizecorn plant, eaten as a vegetable

sweetcorn

100

very easy to do

a piece of cake

100

a small vehicle with two or four wheels that you push or pull to transport large or heavy objects on

trolley

100

to get rid of a debt by paying what you owe

clear a debt/loan

200

the husband of your sister or brother

brother-in-law

200

a plant with a round dark red root that you cook and eat as a vegetable

beetroot

200

very brief

in a nutshell

200

a product that has the name of the shop that sells it, rather than the name of the company that made it

own-brand 

200

a large amount of money, goods, property, etc.

fortune

300

the man who a woman is going to marry

fiancé

300

animal or vegetable fat that is soft after melting, or more generally, any thick oil-like substance

grease

300

very silly

300

to go shopping until you are so tired you

to shop until you drop


300

a large amount of money or valuable possessions that someone has

wealth

400

the lack of understanding or the differences between older people and younger people

the generation gap

400

the small grains of coffee left at the bottom of a cup or other container that has had coffee in it

grounds

400
something that you don't understand or don't like 

not your cup of tea

400

sweets or chocolate; a place where sweets or chocolate are made or sold

confectionery

400

something that is not worth what you pay for it

rip-off

500

the time, usually between the ages of 12 and 18, when a young person is developing into an adult

adolescence

500

a substance in certain foods, such as fruit, vegetables, and brown bread, that travels through the body as waste and helps the contents of the bowels to pass through the body easily

fibre

500

to earn money for a family to live on

bring home the bacon

500

a period of time during which there is a lot of activity of a particular type, especially when this involves spending money

to go on a (shopping) spree

500

the activity of collecting money for a charity or organization, often by organizing social events or entertainments

fundraising

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