drag on - to continue for longer than you want or think is necessary, pushover  - someone who is easy to influence or persuade, or an opponent who is easy to defeat, pack  - to put your possessions into a bag, case, or box so that you can take or send, neglect - to fail to give someone enough love, attention, or support, lack - a situation in which you do not have any, or enough, of something that you need or want, backfire  - if a plan or idea does this, it has the opposite effect to the one that you wanted, prank - a silly trick that you play on someone to surprise them, sweatshirt  - a piece of clothing made of thick cotton that you wear on the upper part of your body for exercise or informal activities, nod  - to move your head first downwards and then upwards, to answer ‘Yes’ to a question or to show that you agree, approve, or understand, gather - to come together in one place to see or do something, small talk - informal conversation about things that are not important, grin  - to smile showing your teeth, misread  - to understand or judge a person or situation wrongly / misjudge, remark  - a comment , shutter - a cover that can be closed over the outside of a window, gamble - to risk money or something valuable in the hope of winning more if you are lucky or if you guess something correctly, bouncer  - someone whose job is to make certain that no one causes trouble in a bar or club, for example by not allowing particular people to come in, puzzled - confused, startle  - to make a person or animal feel suddenly frightened or surprised by doing something that they do not expect,

Vocabulary from novel Face by Zephaniah (Chapters 1-4)

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