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Toy Story 3 Glossary

animation noun [countable]


an animated movie or cartoon
astronaut noun [countable]
someone who travels and works in space
character noun [countable]
a person in a book, play, movie, etc.
The book has a solid plot and likable
characters.
destroy verb [transitive]
to damage something so severely that it no
longer exists or can never return to its
normal state
dozens determiner [plural]
lots of things or people
emotion noun [countable/uncountable]
a feeling that you experience, for example
love, fear, or anger
Jealousy is an uncomfortable emotion.
ending noun [countable]
the way in which something such as a story,
movie, or play ends
human noun [countable]
a person
intend verb [transitive]
to have a plan in your mind to do something
main adjective [only before noun]
most important, largest, or most frequently
used
The movies main character is played by
George Clooney.

present adjective
existing somewhere
The chemicals obviously kill any bacteria
present.
shape noun [countable/uncountable]
the outer form of something
studio noun [countable]
a company that produces movies
success noun [uncountable]
the achievement of something that you
planned to do or attempted to do
theme noun [countable]
the main subject of something such as a
book, speech, art exhibit, or discussion
trash noun [uncountable]
waste material such as paper, plastic bags,
used containers, etc.
The average American family produces
three pounds of trash a day.
unhappy adjective
feeling sad or upset
Why are you so unhappy?
upset adjective
very sad, worried, or angry about something
They felt too upset to talk about the incident.
voice noun [countable/uncountable]
the sounds someone makes when they speak

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This page has been downloaded from www.insideout.net It is photocopiable, but all copies must be complete pages.
Copyright Macmillan Publishers, S.,A. de C.V. 2010. Definitions adapted from the Macmillan English Dictionary for learners
of American English Macmillan Publishers Limited 2002 and the Macmillan Essential Dictionary for learners of American
English Macmillan Publishers Limited 2003 www.macmillandictionary.com