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What does it mean to “Call my Bluff” • What does it mean to “call” something? • What is a bluff?


• Someone who is faking is bluffing. To call someone's bluff is to demand they state if that they are lying.


• Your will be given a word. • You will also be given three possible meanings. • Your job is to match the correct definition.


Repatriate


To send someone back to their own country.

To go over and understand someone’s parents

To pat someone on the back again


To send someone back to their own country.


1. Automaton a. An automaton is a robot b. An automaton is a type of tomato that can automatically turn bad c. It s a mat that automatically turns on.


2. audacious a. Showing a willingness to take bold risks b. Someone who is to audible or too loud c. Someone who is like someone called Audrey


3.Preliminary a. A way of measuring lims (a force in space) b. When you prepare limes for something c. An action or event preceding or preparing for something


4. Fauna a. Relating to a baby deer b. The word used to describe the animals of a particular region c. To watch over or “faun� over someone


5.Advocate a. A type of fruit, related to the avocado b. Someone who speaks for someone else c. A advancement that links to the geological period called the “cate�


6. unutterable a. Not being able to speak of something (to say such a thing would be unutterable) b. Someone is calling you a nutter c. You are not able to eat nuts


7. Archaic a. Very old or old-fashioned. b. Something with an arch c. Something relating to the “Arc� region of Wales


8. Taciturn a. Someone who is called “Tac” and it’s their turn b. Reserved or uncommunicative in speech; saying little c. Used in the TicTac factories to explain how they keep their products fresh, by turning them.


9. Caricature a. A picture, description, or imitation of a person or thing in which certain characteristics are exaggerated b. An instrument used by scientists to measure “tures” – an ocean current which flows in the Pacific Ocean c. A type of cloud


10. Dystopia a. A way of making pies, using a specific piece of equipment called a “dysto”. From the Italian word “pia” meaning “pie” b. The opposite of “utopia” meaning a horrible place c. A type of bike invented in to go great distances


11. Primitive a. primary or basic b. Something to do with primates, or monkeys c. When you prime paint for painting wall


12. Transfixed a. Cause (someone) to become motionless b. To transfer a fixed object c. To fix a trance, often done using hypnosis to bring someone out of sleep.


Answers


1. Automaton a. An automaton is a robot b. c.

An automaton is a type of tomato that can automatically turn bad It s a mat that automatically turns on.


2. audacious a.

Showing a willingness to take bold risks

b. Someone who is to audible or too loud c.

Someone who is like someone called Audrey


3.Preliminary a. b.

A way of measuring lims (a force in space) When you prepare limes for something

c. An action or event preceding or preparing for something


4. Fauna a.

Relating to a baby deer

b. The word used to describe the animals of a particular region c.

To watch over or “faun� over someone


5.Advocate a.

A type of fruit, related to the avocado

b. Someone who speaks for someone else c.

A advancement that links to the geological period called the “cate�


6. unutterable a. Not being able to speak of something (to say such a thing would be unutterable) b. c.

Someone is calling you a nutter You are not able to eat nuts


7. Archaic a. Very old or old-fashioned. b. c.

Something with an arch Something relating to the “Arc� region of Wales


8. Taciturn a.

Someone who is called “Tac” and it’s their turn

b. Reserved or uncommunicative in speech; saying little c.

Used in the TicTac factories to explain how they keep their products fresh, by turning them.


9. Caricature a. A picture, description, or imitation of a person or thing in which certain characteristics are exaggerated b. c.

An instrument used by scientists to measure “tures” – an ocean current which flows in the Pacific Ocean A type of cloud


10. Dystopia a.

A way of making pies, using a specific piece of equipment called a “dysto”. From the Italian word “pia” meaning “pie”

b. The opposite of “utopia” meaning a horrible place c.

A type of bike invented in to go great distances


11. Primitive a. primary or basic b. c.

Something to do with primates, or monkeys When you prime paint for painting wall


12. Transfixed a. Cause (someone) to become motionless b. c.

To transfer a fixed object To fix a trance, often done using hypnosis to bring someone out of sleep.


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