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keep v. to possess; to have for oneself
kick v. to hit with the foot
kidnap v. to seize and take away by force
kill v. to make dead; to cause to die
kind n. sort (“What kind of dog is that?”); ad. gentle; caring; helpful
kiss v. to touch with the mouth to show love or honor
knife n. a tool or weapon used to cut
know v. to understand something as correct; to have the facts about; to recognize someone because you have met and talked together before
knowledge n. that which is known; learning or understanding
n. (noun) a name word
v. (verb) an action word
ad. (adjective/adverb) a describing word
prep. (preposition) a word used to show a relatio
pro. (pronoun) a word used in place of a noun
conj. (conjunction) a joining word

Quote:VOA Special English WordBook