Jazz English 3e-Book 1 (E)
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age gap
연령차
In spite of the age gap or genre difference, we make the best duet every time on stage, he said.
allowance
a fixed sum or quantity given regularly
She was going to give her husband an allowance.
ancestor
a person who was a member of one's family a long time ago and from whom one is descended
For centuries, our ancestors knew that some plants have almost magical powers.
aunt
the sister of one's father or mother, or the wife of one's uncle
I'm going to live with aunt during summer vacation.
brother-in-law
the brother of one's wife.
After I married Sarah, her brother Peter became my brother-in-law.
children
Children is the plural of child.
The children had a lot of fun at the park blowing bubbles and watching them float away.
cousin
a son or daughter of one's uncle or aunt.
This type of family may include grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousin.
curfew
an order forbidding people to be in the streets after a certain hour
When I was 13, my curfew was 7pm.
descendants
the child, grandchild, great-grandchild etc of a person
An isolated group living in Malaysia appeared to be the descendants of humans who left Africa around 65,000 years ago.
divorce
the legal ending of a marriage
My parents got divorced after 15 years of marriage.
extended family
An extended family is a family group which includes relatives such as uncles, aunts, and grandparents, as well as parents, children, and brothers and sisters.
A good thing about living in an extended family is there’s less chance to feel lonely.
father-in-law
the father of husband or wife
Over time, my father-in-law shifted his opinion of me.
first cousin
a child of your aunt or uncle
He’s my cousin’s son so he’s my first cousin once removed.
funeral
the ceremony before the burying or cremation of a dead body
He passed away on Wednesday, and his funeral was on Saturday.
grave
a plot of ground, or the hole dug in it, in which a dead person is buried
She laid flowers on the grave.
great-grandfather
a father of your grandparent
Tony’s great-grandfather was an explorer.
great-great-grandfather
a father of your grandparent
His great-great-grandfather, also named John Winthrop, was founder of the Massachusetts Bay colony.
half-brother
a brother by one parent only:
My half brother and I have the same father but different mothers.
half-sister
a sister by one parent only:
April is Senna's half sister, but she might be Senna's most dangerous enemy.
hometown
the city or town where you were born or grew up
My hometown is Chicago.
inherit
to receive (property etc belonging to someone who has died)
The son would inherit the actual property.
jealous
feeling or showing envy
Miriam was jealous because Sue was paying too much attention to Jim.
lenient
merciful or punishing only lightly
Be severe with yourself but lenient with others.
mother-in-law
the mother of your spouse
I am not eager to visit my mother-in-law this weekend.
nephew
the son of a brother or sister
It seemed strange that her nephew was now a junior in college.
niece
the daughter of a brother or sister
Someone's niece is the daughter of their sister or brother.
personal
private
Having a personal cook or servant is a luxury most people will not be able to afford.
punish
to give punishment for
If I do something wrong, my father punishes me.
relative
a person who belongs to the same family as oneself either by birth or because of marriage
My relatives live in the America, and they reside in San Francisco.
scandal
an outburst of public indignation caused by something shocking or disgrac
Everyone was talking about the scandal surrounding the president.
sibling
a brother or sister
Jackie’s siblings included three brothers and a sister.
sister-in-law
the sister of one's husband or wife.
Someone's sister-in-law is the sister of their husband or wife.
stepbrother
a son of a person's step-father or step-mother.
Someone's stepbrother is the son of their stepfather or stepmother.
stepsister
a daughter of a person's step-father or step-mother.
He also has a younger stepsister, Taelyn, by his father's new wife.
strict
expecting rules to be followed
The mother gave her son strict orders to be home by midnight.
supportive
providing help and support to someone or something
My parents were very supportive when I made the decision to study in a foreign country.
uncle
the brother of a person's father or mother, or the husband of an aunt
My father and my uncle are twins.
aerobics
exercises that encourage the body to use oxygen in order to strengthen the lungs and heart
She does aerobics every day.
astronomy
the study of the stars and planets
Harold loved watching the stars, so he decided to study astronomy.
badminton
a sports game involving a racquet and shuttlecock
She has a new badminton racket.
bowling
a sport in which players roll a large ball down a wood floor in order to knock down wooden pins
A perfect score in bowling is 300.
calligraphy
decorative writing, often written with a brush
calligraphy takes a lot of skill.
camping
the act of encamping and living in tents in a camp
We hiked until we found a spot to camp.
collecting
the act of gathering something together
My hobby is collecting baseball cards.
computer games
A computer game is a game that you play on a computer or on a small portable piece of electronic equipment.
He is playing a computer game.
cooking
the act of preparing food for eating
I am cooking now, so the food will be ready in twenty minutes.
crossword puzzles
word puzzle on square grid
crossword puzzles are often in newspapers.
drawing
the creation of artistic pictures by using writing tools and paper
My dad framed my drawing and hung it in his office.
fishing
the sport or business of catching fish
Before you go out fishing, you need to check if safety equipment is on the boat.
golf
an outdoor game in which players use clubs to hit a small ball into a hole with as few hits as possible
golf is a popular sport with business people.
hiking
a long walk, usually in a forest or wooded area
hiking in the jungle was a wonderful adventure for those who live in the city.
martial arts
a kind of training used for fighting or self-defense, like karate, taekwondo, or kung fu
Doing martial arts is a good way to stretch your whole body.
musical instrument
A musical instrument is an object such as a piano, guitar, or violin which you play in order to produce music
She played several musical instruments, and she learned to dance, ride horses, and hunt.
painting
the work or art of using paints; a picture made with paints
This painting is old and valuable.
photography
the act of taking pictures with a camera
In photography, the exposure is achieved by the sum of the shutter speed, aperture, and ISO setting.
pilates
a type of exercise in which you move your body into various positions in order to become more fit or flexible
pilates is one of a number of body therapies like Yoga.
ping pong
the game of table tennis
Ping-pong is a fun game.
reading
the act of looking at and understanding written signs
Right now I am reading a book.
rollerblading
used for a skate that has weels set in a straight line on the bottom
He is rollerblading on the road.
scuba diving
the sport of swimming under the water
When you first learn scuba diving, you practice breathing first.
sewing
the act of joining together or attaching by putting thread through it with a needle
sewing is a good skill to know if you have children.
singing
the art or activity of making musical sounds with one's voice
I joined the choir so that I could practice my singing.
soccer
a sport in which two teams of eleven players are trying to kick a ball into the other team's goal
My favorite soccer player is David Beckham.
sports
an activity or game where people compete against each other to win
Baseball is a very interesting sports.
swimming
the sport or technique of one that swims
I go swimming every summer in my grandparents' pond.
tennis
a game in which two or four players hit a ball back and forth across a net
I play both tennis and volleyball.
yoga
a system of stretching exercises for mental andphysical health
Art therapy can be combined with yoga to increase a person’s sense of well-being.
alumni
the former students or GRADUATES of a place of education
My father and I are alumni of the same university - he attended decades ago and I attended four years ago.
apply
to make an application or request
My uncle will apply to join the organization.
boarding house
a private house that provides accommodations and meals for paying guests
He's been living in a boarding house ever since he started college.
bookstore
a place where books are sold
We bought some books at the bookstore.
cafeteria
a restaurant or a room in a school or company where customers choose already prepared food and carry it to their tables themselves
Cindy saw Beth and Laura sitting in the cafeteria having lunch.
cheat sheet
a concise set of notes used for quick reference
Which formulas are you putting on the cheat sheet for the physics exam?
clique
An exclusive group bound together by some shared quality or interest
Many friends hang out in cliques in junior high school and high school.
coed
attended by members of both sexes
But I personally believe that coed class is not really an effective education system.
college
an institution where students can study a particular subject or profession and get a degree at the end of their studies
college can help you get a better job.
commute
to travel some distance on a regular basis, usually to work and back
I commute about 25 minutes to work every day.
courses
a program of classes that teach students about a specific subject
The school counselor advised us to take different courses.
cram
prepare (students) hastily for an impending exam
I always do best when I cram at the last minute!
curriculum
all of the subjects that are offered by a school for students to study
Parents believe that private schools offer a more rigorous curriculum than public schools do.
dean
the head of a department or school at a university
The dean gave the key-note address at our graduation ceremony.
degree
an academic title obtained from a university or college that proves one has completed all necessary course work
She earned a degree from a large, well-known university.
dictionary
a book in which lists words in ALPHABETICAL order and gives their meaning in the same or another language
A dictionary will help you learn new words.
dormitory
a large building in a college or university with rooms that students live in
Living in a dormitory may be exciting for some students because they will be living with other students and people their own age.
exchange student
a student who studies in another country as part of a program
We have a foreign exchange student in our class.
flunk
failure to reach a minimum required performance
I almost flunked my statistics class. I was disappointed.
freshman
a student in the first year (as of high school or college)
freshman commonly get lost on their first day at university campuses.
geek
If you call someone, usually a man or boy, a geek, you are saying in an unkind way that they are stupid, awkward, or weak.
I know, I'm such a geek.
grades
a mark or score in a school course of study
He focused on his studies and got high grades.
graduate student
a student who continues studies after graduation
graduate students will be given preference for student housing over undergraduates.
jock
a person trained to compete in sports
A bully could be a teacher's pet or a jock just as a victim can be either.
joiner
a person who likes to join groups
I'm a joiner, a maker of things.
junior
a student in his or her third of four years of high school or college
When she started at the company, she was only a junior manager.
lenient
When someone in authority is lenient, they are not as strict or severe as expected.
He believes the government already is lenient with drug traffickers.
loner
a person who avoids the company or assistance of others
He was a loner by nature and by inclination.
overachiever
a student who attains higher standards than the IQ indicated
My brother's been an overachiever his entire life.
party pooper
someone who spoils the pleasure of others
Don't invite Jason over. He's such a party pooper.
procrastinate
If you procrastinate, you keep leaving things you should do until later, often because you do not want to do them.
It's not wise to procrastinate your work.
register
record in writing; enter into a book of names or events or transactions
You can register online for the contest.
scholarship
a grant of financial aid given to a student attending college
To get scholarship, she did study very hard last semester.
senior
a student who is in the fourth or final year of school
The lead role usually went to seniors, so she had never had a chance before this year.
slacker
a person who shirks his work or duty
He’s such a slacker.
sophomore
a second-year undergraduate
I decided on a major when I was a sophomore.
strict
expecting rules to be followed
The mother gave her son strict orders to be home by midnight.
studious
Someone who is studious spends a lot of time reading and studying books.
I'm only interested in studious things.
syllabus
the schedule for a course in school, usually college or university
According to our syllabus, we will be reading four novels this semester.
transfer
the act of moving something from one location to another
He transferred to UCLA after his freshman year.
tuition
the money that is paid for one's instruction in a school, often college or university
How much is the tuition at your university?
underachiever
a student who does not perform as well as expected or as well as the IQ indicates
Another characterics with this disorder is that the children will become underachievers in school.
undergraduate
An undergraduate is a student at a college who is studying for a bachelor's degree.
undergraduate students are required to take certain courses to achieve their degrees.
accessories
a piece of equipment that is not necessary for a device to work properly but increases the value or improves the appearance
Many men use accessories like watches and cuff links when they get dressed.
baggy
hanging loosely
Circus clows typically wear baggy pants.
bargain
an agreement between people to do something in exchange for something else
The Woman made a bargain with the Cat.
brand name
a name given to a product or service
These days, many teenagers in Korea wear expensive brand name outdoor sports windbreakers.
brand-new
A brand-new object is completely new.
If I had a million dollars, I would buy a brand-new house.
browse
look around casually and randomly, without seeking anything in particular
I browsed though the catalog and found a cheap computer.
cashier
a person whose job it is to handle the exchange of physical money in a store or business
The cashier is counting the money.
convenience store
A convenience store is a shop which sells mainly food and which is usually open until late at night.
There’s a small convenience store next to my house.
customer service
Customer service refers to the way that companies behave towards their customers, for example how well they treat them.
I am not satisfied with the customer service.
defective
having a defect
Her hearing was found to be slightly defective.
expensive
being costly; having a high price or value
The diamond is one of the hardest and most expensive stones in the world.
fancy
expensive and fashionable
Sue is going to a fancy dress party tonight.
frugal; thrifty
economical ; penny-pinching
Only a frugal man can save money.
generic
any product that can be sold without a brand name
Would you like the generic drug or a name brand?
haggle
arguing about something before reaching an agreement, especially about the cost of something that you are buying.
Ella taught her how to haggle with used furniture dealers
luxurious
great comfort as provided by expensive and beautiful possessions
We stayed at a luxurious resort on the beach.
novelty shop
a shop that sells miscellaneous articles appropriate as gifts
There are novelty shops that have goods and clothing that are humorous and also there are wood works that are very articulate.
receipt
a statement listing what you have purchased or paid for and the amount you paid
They always give me a receipt when I pay for my groceries at the market.
refund
a reimbursement of money
The unsatisfied customer asked for a refund.
shopaholic
a compulsive shopper
I'm an online shopaholic!
splurge
If you splurge on something, you spend a lot of money, usually on things that you do not need.
Some people live modestly, but they like to splurge on a designer hand bag or shoes.
tacky
If you describe something as tacky, you dislike it because it is cheap and badly made or vulgar.
They thought it was downmarket and tacky.
tightwad
a stingy person; miser
He is rich but such a tightwad.
top-end
Top-end products are expensive and of extremely high quality.
Many people are upgrading their mobiles to top-end models.
wardrobe
a stock of clothes belonging to a person
She would not allow her wardrobe to be searched.
window shopping
examine the shop windows
We can still go window shopping even though it's raining.
amnesia
the loss of the ability to remember
After the accident, he suffered from amnesia and couldn't remember anything.
animation
the creation of artificial moving images
They made an animation movie based on the cartoon character.
black comedy
comedy that uses black humor
The movie is a serious detective thriller, while the play is a black comedy.
character actor
A character actor is an actor who specializes in playing unusual or eccentric people.
Like it or not, Tom Cruise is a brilliant character actor.
cowboy movie
a film about life in the western United States during the period of exploration and development
She enjoys watching American cowboy movies.
far-fetched
not likely or realistic
Brandon's idea seemed too far-fetched for everyone to agree on.
femme fatale
If a woman has a reputation as a femme fatale, she is considered to be very attractive sexually, and likely to cause problems for any men who are attracted to her.
She is a femme fatale; men always fall in love with her.
film noir
Film noir refers to a type of film or a style of film-making which shows the world as a dangerous or depressing place where many people suffer, especially because of the greed or cruelty of others.
film noir was filmed in the city and glorifies it, especially when it deals with New York.
flashback
In a film, novel, or play, a flashback is a scene that returns to events in the past.
flashback is used quite often in The Great Gatsby.
genre
a class or style in film, writing, or art, which can be identified by certain characteristics
My favorite genre of movie is horror.
gory
Gory situations involve people being injured or dying in a horrible way.
I'm terribly squeamish. I can't bear gory films.
horror movie
a movie that is intended to frighten people
The horror movie was scary.
love triangle
A love triangle is a relationship in which three people are each in love with at least one other person in the relationship.
This drama[story] revolves around three people in a love triangle.
musical
characterized by or capable of producing music
Some posed like a professional model, and others played musical instruments.
parody
a literary genre represented by humorous or satirical imitations of a serious piece of literature
The playwright used parody in order to create humor in her plays.
predictable
foretell, prophesize
It’s very predictable that the mouse will come after.
puppy love
temporary love of an adolescent
I loved Jack when I was 9 years old. It was just puppy love.
remake
creation that is created again or anew
It is a remake of a 1960 film of the same title.
revenge
an act or instance of harming someone because of being harmed by that person previously
He broke his sister’s doll as revenge after she lost his favorite book.
science fiction
a type of story about life in the future or in outer space
science fiction novels and films, are based on the theories that exists, like supernatural powers.
sequel
a literary work, movie, ect. that is complete, but continues the narrative of a preceding work
I didn't care too much for the sequel to his book.
slow
not occurring, moving or done fast
The turtle is too slow.
sold out
to dispose of entirely by selling
The movie was so popular that all the tickets were sold out.
special effects
techniques used in the production of scenes that cannot be achieved by normal techniques
They said the special effects are especially good in 3D.
tearjerker
an excessively sentimental narrative
Comedies are good, but not a tearjerker, that could really bring down the mood.
appetizer
a small portion of food or drink served before a main meal
My date ordered a salad for appetizer.
atmosphere
the way a place feels; the general mood in a place
There was a friendly atmosphere in the village.
bland
plain; flavorless; dull
There is no salt in this soup. It is bland.
brunch
Brunch is a meal that is eaten in the late morning.
brunch is a combination of breakfast and lunch.
burnt
ruined by overcooking
Mom threw the burnt cookies away.
complimentary
given free as a gift or courtesy
Guests to the hotel enjoy complimentary coffee and tea in the lobby.
delicious
extremely good tasting
Wow! This spaghetti is delicious.
dessert
a sweet food usually eaten at the end of a meal
We had chocolate pudding for dessert.
diet
the food and drink that a person or animal usually consumes
I intend to have a healthier diet by eating more fruit.
drive-through
A drive-through shop or restaurant is one where you can buy things without leaving your car.
I got some dinner at a drive-through and headed home.
fast food
processed food prepared quickly
Organic food is also much more expensive than fast food.
food poisoning
an illness of the stomach caused by eating food that contains harmful bacteria
If you get food poisoning, you become ill because you have eaten food that has gone bad.
freebie
A freebie is something that you are given, usually by a company, without having to pay for it.
The service is an optional freebie in their funeral package.
hostess
a lady who has guests in her house
A good hostess makes her guests happy and comfortable.
hot
having heat; having a high temperature
In the Summer, the weather is very hot.
junk food
any type of quick, easy to prepare or buy food that is typically not very healthy to eat
junk food will make you feel hungry.
leftovers
something that is remained after the rest has been used
I put the leftovers in the refrigerator.
medium
(meat) cooked until there is just a little pink meat inside
I ordered medium and the steak is too rare. Would you take it back?
mouth-watering
Mouth-watering food looks or smells extremely nice.
My mouth is watering and I can't wait to eat it!
nibble
to take small or gentle bites at something
A hamster nibbled a hole in the sofa.
nutritious
containing substances needed to grow and develop; being good for one's health
Raw spinach is especially nutritious.
pick up the tab
pay the bill, especially for a group of people in a restaurant, etc
Since it was my birthday, I picked up the tab at the restaurant.
pig out
to eat too much or a lot of food
They pigged out on pizza.
rare
(of meat) cooked a short time; still red inside
I ordered rare steak but It was too rare for me to eat.
raw
being uncooked
I didn't cook these carrots. I like to eat them raw.
ritzy
If you describe something as ritzy, you mean that it is fashionable or expensive.
Palm Springs has ritzy restaurants and glitzy nightlife.
side dish
food that goes with the main course of a meal
Korean meals have many side dishes.
spicy
hot and strongly flavored in taste
Korean food can be a bit too spicy for some people.
stuffed
crammed with food
She stuffed himself with bread and cheese.
sweet tooth
a strong liking for sweet foods
I inherited a sweet tooth from my father.
throw up (NOT “overeat")
to bring food you have eaten back out of your mouth
The smell made me want to throw up.
vegetarian
a person who does not eat meat from an animal or fish
I only bought some vegetables since my wife is a vegetarian.
well-done
cooked until there is no pink meat left inside
I ordered a well-done beef steak and he ordered a curry and rice.
ache
fairly strong pain in a part of your body.
I have an ache in my stomach.
archery
the sport of shooting with a bow and arrow
He was the god of archery, music, and poetry.
athletic
relating to or befitting athletics or athletes
Shorts, sandals, or athletic shoes are not permitted, and socks must be worn.
awkward
lacking grace
During one's teenage years, it is common to feel awkward and shy.
baseball
a game played outdoors on a large field where two teams try to score runs by using a bat to hit a small ball, or the ball used in the game itself
He almost hit me in the head with the baseball bat.
basketball
a game played between two teams of five people in which players score points by shooting the ball into a raised net
Do you play on the school basketball team?
beer belly
If a man has a beer belly, he has a fat stomach because of drinking too much beer.
He was short and fat, with a large beer belly.
blister
a flaw on a surface resulting when an applied substance does not adhere
After getting burned, small blisters emerged from the injured part of skin.
boxing
the sport of fighting with gloved hands
Some people do not enjoy watching boxing because it is too violent.
calisthenics
Calisthenics are simple exercises that you can do to keep fit and healthy.
Push-ups and sit-ups are forms of calisthenics.
cheerleader
an enthusiastic and vocal supporter
The cheerleaders worked up the crowd before the game.
coach
a person who trains or teaches athletes
The coach helped the players to become better.
crash diet
A diet that is extreme in its nutritional deprivations, typically severely restricting calorie intake in order to achieve rapid weight loss.
It wasn’t a short exercise blitz or crash diet.
endurance
the ability to continue for a long time, even when it's hard
Aerobics helps your body build up endurance.
exhausted
to be very physically tired
I’m exhausted, but I cannot sleep until I have told my story.
fencing
the sport of fighting with long thin swords
fencing is a certain kind of sword fighting.
figure skating
an ice skate worn for figure skating
Kim Yon-A is a figure skating world champion.
fit
having good physical health and strength
They looked very fit and strong.
football
a sport in which two teams try to put a ball into the other teams goal, played with different types of balls and goals in different countries
football is played by more people in the world than any other sport.
graceful
showing beautiful movement, behavior or form
The queen is graceful and very beautiful.
gym
a room or building used for physical activities or sports
We can play many different sports in the gym.
gymnastics
a sport dealing with the movement of the body
I used to do a lot of gymnastics, but it hurt my knees.
health club
A health club is a private club that people go to in order to do exercise and have beauty treatments.
I have a membership to the health club but I rarely go.
hockey
a sport played on ice in which the players wear skates and carry curved sticks with which to hit a PUCK into the opposite team's goal
Ice hockey is a fast and rough sport.
ice skating
skating on ice
They are ice skating in an ice rink.
jogging
running steadily, often as part of an exercise routine
Every evening, I go jogging in the park for around half an hour.
judo
a sport in which two people fight and try to throw each other to the ground.
It’s about the similarities and differences between wrestling and judo.
karate
a Japanese form of self-defense in which one uses the hands and feet to hit the attacker
Gary learned karate when he was a kid.
Little League
a commercially sponsored baseball league for players between 8 and 12 years of age
She is the first girl to win a game in the Little League World Series.
marathon
a very long foot race just over 42 kilometer
I ran a marathon, and now my legs are tired.
mountain climbing
the activity of climbing a mountain
mountain climbing is one way to improve your health.
muscular
having well-developed muscles
Many athletes have muscular physiques that help them in their sport.
Olympics
the modern revival of the ancient games held once every 4 years in a selected country
Before becoming a skilled tuna thrower, he was in the olympics.
pace
a rate of movement
She ran at a steady pace.
panting
breathing very noisily and deeply
Dogs pant when they are hot or tired.
PE
Physical Education
pe is my favorite class at school.
pooped
If you are pooped, you are very tired.
He pooped out halfway through the race.
referee
a judge for a sport
Being a referee is a good way to participate in a sport that you like.
rugby
a game played by two teams in which each team tries to carry or kick a ball over the other team's goal line
Physical sports like rugby and American football require players to be tough as well as skilled.
skiing
a sport in which participants must travel on skis
skiing is a popular winter sport.
snowboarding
the act of sliding down a snow-covered slope while standing on a snowboard
When it snows, we go snowboarding.
speed skating
competitive skating on speed skates
Lee Sang-hwa won a gold medal in short track speed skating at the Sochi Winter Olympics.
sprain
wrench the ligaments of an ankle or other joints
Jim got a chance to play in the last 30 seconds of the championship game when a starting player sprained his ankle.
sprint
to race or move at full speed
The kids didn't want to be late to class, so they sprinted to the bus stop.
stretch
to pull until tight
Please stretch your arms out in front of you.
Super Bowl
the main championship game of the sport, held annually in January between the champions of the American Football Conference and the National Football Conference
The Super Bowl is the championship game of American football.
sweat
the liquid that comes through to cool one's skin when hot or anxious
Wipe the sweat off your face.
table tennis
a game resembling tennis but played on a table with paddles and a light hollow ball
How about a quick game of table tennis before lunch?
taekwondo
a Korean martial art similar to karate
taekwondo is helpful in training one's body and spirit.
tennis
a game in which two or four players hit a ball back and forth across a net
I play both tennis and volleyball.
volleyball
a game in which two teams use their hands to hit a ball over a net without letting it touch the ground
Beach volleyball is popular in the summer.
workout
exercise
My workout will last for about an hour and a half.
World Cup
a soccer tournament held every four years between national soccer teams to determine a world champion
We will offer live streaming for the World Cup final match.
wrestling
the act of engaging in close hand-to-hand combat
wrestling is a fighting sport where players try to hold someone on the ground.
aquarium
a place made for keeping fishes and water plants
An aquarium with fish doesn't take a lot of work to keep.
backpacking
carrying something in a pack on the back
While backpacking through Europe, the man ran out of money and resorted to begging from strangers.
crystal clear
Water that is crystal clear is absolutely clear and transparent like glass.
The water is crystal clear. She can see the lake bottom.
hassle
a situation that is difficult and involves problems, effort, or arguments with people.
Send them an email - it’s a lot less hassle than phoning.
jet lag
fatigue and sleep disturbance resulting from disruption of the body's normal circadian rhythm as a result of jet travel
How was your trip? You must have jet lag.
jet skiing
A jet ski is a small machine like a motorcycle that is powered by a jet engine and can travel on the surface of water.
The police chased the pirates on their jet skis.
layover
layover a break in a journey, esp in waiting for a connection
We had a two-hour layover in Chicago between flights.
lost
not to be able to find something or someone
We always get lost in London.
museum
A museum is a building where a large number of interesting and valuable objects, such as works of art or historical items, are kept, studied, and displayed to the public.
The painting is at the Louvre. That’s a museum in Paris.
package tour
a tour arranged by a travel agent; transportation and food and lodging are all provided at an inclusive price
I took a package tour to Japan with my friends.
parasailing
a sport in which a water-skier wearing a parachute is towed by a speedboat, becomes airborne, and sails along in the air
You can scuba dive along the coral reefs or go parasailing near the marina.
passport
the papers needed to travel to another country
Chopin couldn’t travel to Poland because he didn’t have a passport.
peace and quiet
a period of calm, silence, etc., especially after noise, stress, etc
Why don't you all go and play outside? Your mother needs a bit of peace and quiet.
pollution
the state of being seriously dirty
Everyone is very concerned about pollution these days.
relaxing
pleasant and helps you to relax
A relaxing holiday gave me pleasure and satisfaction.
reservation
an agreement to keep something, such as a restaurant table, or hotel room, for use at a particular time in the future
We made a reservation at our favorite restaurant tonight.
rip off
to cheat somebody, for example by charging them too much for something, selling them something of poor quality, etc.
$100 for a T-shirt! What a rip-off!
room service
Room service is a service in a hotel by which meals or drinks are provided for guests in their rooms.
He ordered coffee from room service.
sailing
the sport of traveling in a boat
I like to go sailing on the sea.
ski lift
A ski lift is a machine for taking people to the top of a slope so that they can ski down it. It consists of a series of seats hanging down from a moving wire.
A ski lift is a machine for taking people to the top of a slope so that they can ski down it.
snorkeling
an activity in which people swim under the surface of the water to view sealife
We went snorkeling off the coast of Madagascar last year.
snowboarding
the act of sliding down a snow-covered slope while standing on a snowboard
When it snows, we go snowboarding.
souvenir
something bought to remember a place
We used up the last of our money on souvenirs for our families.
stressful
causing emotional stress
After a stressful day of working, Phoebe would take a therapeutic bath.
sunbathing
Nearby there is a stretch of white sand beach perfect for sunbathing.
Spring is a great season to enjoy sunbathing.
surfing
riding on top of ocean waves while standing on a special board
Many people go swimming and surfing.
travel agency
A travel agency is a business which makes arrangements for people's holidays and journeys.
We booked our holiday through the Jones travel agency.
travel light
travel with very little luggage
We're travelling light with one small bag each.
turbulence
Turbulence is a state of confusion and disorganized change.
We experienced severe turbulence during the flight.
view
the things that you are able to see from a specific place
The view of the ocean is beautiful from your apartment.
visa
a special mark or stamp that is put on a person's PASSPORT and shows that the person has permission to leave or enter a country, usually for a particular reason
I need a visa to go to Vietnam.
water skiing
skiing on water while being towed by a motorboat
He has a natural aptitude for water skiing.
windsurfing
a sport in which you move along the surface of the sea or a lake on a long narrow board with a sail on it.
windsurfing is a sport in which you move along the surface of the sea or a lake on a long narrow board with a sail on it.
youth hostel
A youth hostel is a place where people can stay cheaply when they are travelling.
Some people also stayed in youth hostels and guesthouses.
zoo
a place, usually in a city, where wild animals are kept in order to view, study or protect them
Most animals at our zoo don't naturally live in this area.
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