armed /ɑː(r)md/ Adjective - If someone is -Adjective- ,they are carrying guns or have guns available, bring in /ˌbrɪŋ ˈɪn/ Phrasal verb - to -Phrasal verb- a new law or rule means to introduce it officially, credit /ˈkredɪt/ Verb - if you -Verb- something to something else, you mean that the the first thing succeeded because of the second thing., demolish /dɪˈmɒlɪʃ/ Verb - to -Verb- a building means to destroy it completely, downturn /ˈdaʊnˌtɜː(r)n/ Noun - a -Noun- is a serious reduction in economic activity which can lead to businesses failing and people losing their jobs, ease /iːz/ Verb - if something bad -Verb- or if you -Verb- it, it becomes less, flourish /ˈflʌrɪʃ/ Verb - to -Verb- means to be very successful over a period of time, halt /hɔːlt/Verb - if you -Verb- something or if it -Verb-, it stops happening or developing., house /haʊz/ Verb - to -Verb- something means to be the building where that thing is or where it operates from. To -Verb- people means to provide them with somewhere to live., impose /ɪmˈpəʊz/ Verb - to -Verb- a law, rule, or restriction means to introduce it officially and make people accept it, even if they do not to do it , inhabitant /ɪnˈhæbɪtənt/ Noun - the -Noun- inhabitants of a place are the people who live there, initiate /ɪˈnɪʃieɪt/ Verb - if you -Verb- a process, you officially start it, inward /ˈɪnwə(r)d/ Adjective - -Adjective- actions or movements are directed towards the centre of something. , knock down /ˌnɒk ˈdaʊn/ Phrasal verb - to -Verb- a building means to destroy it completely,, neglected /nɪˈɡlektɪd/ Adjective - if someone or something is -Adjective-, they have not been looked after properly and are not in a good condition, pour into /ˌpɔː(r) ˈɪntuː/ Phrasal verb - if you -Phrasal verb- money into an activity or organisation, you spend a large amount of money on it over a period of time in order to try and make it as successful as possible, reverse /rɪˈvɜː(r)s/ Verb - to -Verb- something means to change it to the opposite, secure /sɪˈkjʊə(r)/ Verb - if you -Verb- something, you succeed in getting it after a long process of trying , set out /ˌset ˈaʊt/ Phrasal verb - to -Phrasal verb- a plan or proposal means to provide details, soar /sɔː(r)/ Verb - if the rate or level of something -Verb-, it increases very quickly and by a large amount , undergo /ˌʌndə(r)ˈɡəʊ/ Verb - if you -Verb- something necessary or unpleasant, you experience it or it happens to you,

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