Meaning & Definition of Yank”(verb) in Pictures – ESL vocabulary words
The women are yanking each other’s hair.
If you yank someone’s hair, you pull it forcefully with a quick movement.
The woman are pulling each other’s hair quickly and forcefully.
The dog is yanking the sleeve of the girl’s jacket.
The girl is yanking the clown’s hair.
Meaning & Definition of Wind”(verb) in Pictures – ESL vocabulary words
The road winds across the hills.
If a road, river, or line of people winds in a particular direction, it goes in that direction with a lot of bends or twists in it.
The road snakes across the hills.
The river winds across the jungle.
The path winds up the mountain.
A rope is wound around the spool.
When you wind something flexible such as a rope and a string around a spool, you wrap it around the spool several times.
A rope is wrapped around the spool.
A thread is wound around the spool.
A knitting thread is wound into a ball.
She is winding her fishing reel.
A man has just wound the cable.
Meaning & Definition of Wiggle”(verb) in Pictures – ESL vocabulary words
A worm is wiggling on the ground.
If a worm wiggles, it moves from side to side or up and down with small movements.
A worm is waggling on the ground.
A woman is wiggling her hips.
A man is wiggling his finger.
Meaning & Definition of “Trek”(verb) in Pictures – ESL vocabulary words
They are trekking across mountains.
If you trek somewhere, you walk a long distance, usually over land such as mountains, hills or forests.
They are hiking through mountains.
She trekked to admire the lake.
They have been trekking along the path.
Meaning & Definition of “Tattoo”(verb) in Pictures – ESL vocabulary words
The man is tattooing the girl.
If someone tattoos you, they mark a permanent picture or writing on your skin with a needle and ink.
The body is tattooed with a snake.
The man on the right is being tattooed.
Meaning & Definition of “Stream”(verb) in Pictures – ESL vocabulary words
The sunlight is streaming into the room.
If the sunlight streams into a room, it shines through an opening such as a window into a room.
The sunlight is flowing into the room.
The sunlight is streaming through trees.
The sunlight is streaming through the gap between the window and the blind.
Water is streaming down the cliff.
If water streams, it moves in a continuous flow in the same direction.
Water is flowing down the cliff.
Smoke is streaming into the sky.
Water is streaming down the river.
Cars are streaming on a highway.
If people or cars stream somewhere, they move there in a continuous flow in the same direction.
Many cars are moving on a highway.
I watched soldiers streaming past.
Cars have been streaming on the highway.
Meaning & Definition of “Smolder”(verb) in Pictures – ESL vocabulary words
The field is smoldering.
If something smolders, it burns slowly with smoke but no flame.
The field is burning slowly.
Incense sticks are smoldering.
The fields have been smoldering.
I smoldered as I talked to the man.
If a feeling such as anger or hatred smolders inside you, you continue to feel it but do not show it.
Her eyes were smoldering in anger.
She still smolders with anger toward her mother.
Meaning & Definition of “Skim”(verb) in Pictures – ESL vocabulary words
The bird is skimming the ground.
If something skims a surface, it moves along quickly over the surface, nearly or lightly touching it.
The bird is flying just above the ground.
A boat is skimming across the water.
A boat is moving quickly over the water.
The bird is skimming the water while holding a fish.
A man is skimming a document.
If you skim a document, you read through it quickly to understand only the main points.
A man is scanning a document.
The girl is skimming a book.
Meaning & Definition of “Sit”(verb) in Pictures – ESL vocabulary words
The cabin sits by the water.
If a building or object sits in a particular place, it is in that place.
The cabin stands by the water.
A truck sits in the desert.
Flower pots sit on the table.
Meaning & Definition of “Sink”(verb) in Pictures – ESL vocabulary words
The ship must have sunk some years ago.
If a ship sinks, it goes down below the surface or to the bottom of water.
The ship must have gone down some years ago.
A boat has almost sunk.
The sun is sinking below the horizon.
If the sun sink, it moves downwards.
The sun is going down the horizon.
The sun has completely sunk.
The man has sunk into a sofa and is reading.
If you sink into a sofa, you sit down in it.
The man has sat down in a sofa and is reading.
A girl has sunk into a sofa.
The woman sometimes sinks into despair.
The woman sometimes becomes very unhappy.
She often sinks into depression.