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apathetic (adjective) having or displaying little or no emotion, concern, or interest; indifferent, απαθής
Example
The prisoners cried out for help, but the apathetic guards continued to play their game.
Synonym
indifferent, unconcerned, unmoved
Antonym
eager, emotional, enthusiastic, zealous
Word Family
apathetically
bored (adjective) finding something tedious or dull; uninterested, που βαριέται
Example
He was getting bored of doing the same thing every day.
Synonym
excited
Word Family
boredom
character (noun) the particular combination of qualities in a person or place that makes them different from others, χαρακτήρας
Example
Politeness is traditionally part of the British character.
Synonym
attributes, identity, personality
disappointed (adjective) unhappy because someone or something was not as good as you hoped or expected, or because something did not happen, απογοητευμένος
Example
We were deeply disappointed about the result.
Antonym
happy, pleased, satisfied
Word Family
disappoint, disappointment
gesture (noun) a movement of one's body or face that shows feeling or thought, χειρονομία
Example
Raising your hand in class is a gesture that shows you wish to speak.
Synonym
motion, sign, signal
guilty (adjective) feeling guilt or regret, ένοχος
Example
When I asked her what happened to the car, a guilty look came over her face.
Synonym
regretful, remorseful
Antonym
innocent
Word Family
guilt
intonation (noun) the sound changes produced by the rise and fall of the voice when speaking, επιτονισμός
Example
In English, rising intonation at the end of a statement usually signals a question.
Word Family
intonational  
jealous (adjective) unhappy and angry because you think someone might take something or someone that you love away from you, ζηλιάρης
Example
She becomes jealous when her mother kisses and holds the baby.
Word Family
jealously, jealousy
meaning (noun) what something expresses or represents, νόημα
Example
What is the meaning of this word?
Synonym
definition, sense, signification
Word Family
meaningful
psycho-analyst (noun) someone trained and licensed in the profession of psychoanalysis, ψυχαναλυτής
Example
He sees a psycho-analyst twice a week.
Word Family
psychoanalysis
respond (verb) to give a reply, in words or otherwise, ανταποκρίνομαι
Example
I asked her a question, but she did not respond.
Synonym
answer, reply, return
Word Family
response
schoolmate (noun) a fellow pupil at school with whom one is acquainted or friendly, συμμαθητής
Example
Yesterday I met an old schoolmate.
secret (noun) something deliberately hidden, such as knowledge or information, μυστικό
Example
The recipe is a family secret.
Word Family
secretive, secretly
shy (adjective) nervous and uncomfortable with other people, ντροπαλός
Example
The shy child did not talk to anyone in class.
Synonym
reserved, timid
Antonym
bold, confident
Word Family
shyness 
wave (verb) to make a gesture by moving a hand, arm, or object up and down or back and forth, χαιρετώ
Example
She gave a quick wave and she got on the train.