NEW YORK TO BUY SURPLUS FARM PRODUCE FOR NEEDY
UK /ˈniː.di/ US /ˈniː.di/
poor and not having enough food, clothes, etc.:
The proceeds from the sale go to help needy people in the area.
UK /trɪˈmen.dəs/ US /trɪˈmen.dəs/
very great in amount or level, or extremely good:
They were making a tremendous amount of noise last night.
She's been a tremendous (= very great) help to me
over the last few months.
You won? That's tremendous!
UK /ʌnˈləʊd/ US /ʌnˈloʊd/
unload verb (REMOVE) [I or T]
to remove the contents of something, especially a load of goods from
a vehicle, the bullets from a gun or the film from a camera:
We watched a ship unloading (sacks of flour).
eviction noun [C or U]
UK /ɪˈvɪk.ʃən/ US /ɪˈvɪk.ʃən/
the act of forcing someone to leave somewhere, especially their home:
After falling behind with his mortgage payments he now faces eviction
from his home.
In this economically depressed area, evictions are common.
mean to (do something)
To have the intention, desire, or obligation to do something.
I've been meaning to see that new movie everyone is talking about.
A: "Did you mow the lawn?" B: "No, I meant to do it yesterday,
but I ran out of time."
hardship noun [C or U]
UK /ˈhɑːd.ʃɪp/ US /ˈhɑːrd.ʃɪp/
(something that causes) difficult or unpleasant conditions of life,
or an example of this: economic hardship
A wise person cares not for what they cannot have.