Showing posts with label High-Inter Vocabulary. Show all posts
Showing posts with label High-Inter Vocabulary. Show all posts

Relationships Vocabulary

bachelor man who has never been married at things in a fairly casual way the shots the orders on sexually unfaithful to one's partner way two individuals relate to each other to get along or work well together of choice; qualified head over heels in love quickly it off good friends with someone quickly person or a situation said to be perfect; the best result or goal of something go over wanting to do something; unwilling, behavior, or some other thing that causes you to lose interest; not restricted. the bill for the cost of something, usually a meal person who manages or directs activities away impress very strongly and usually favorably act of binding yourself (intellectually or emotionally) to a course of action get rid of unceremoniously or irresponsibly governing socially acceptable behavior´m into (something) not be interested in something, not caring; slow to feel or notice, usually your romantic or sexual partner, who you have a special relationship with, and who you know and love very much a forceful effort to influence
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Trips and Journeys Vocabulary

blow money on
spend a lot of money on something (informal)
buy tickets, or to arrange to have or use something at a particular time in the future such as a table at a restaurant or a hotel room.
extremely exciting, beautiful or surprising
completely empty with no people or pleasant features in it
invade in great numbers
from earliest times; ancient
located far away
rough it
travel in a simple and not comfortable way
average, ordinary
seasoned traveler
one who has traveled much.
wander off the beaten path
go to unknown or different place where most tourists don't
in hindsight
the ability to understand something after it has happened
fend for oneself
take care of oneself without help from anyone else
a very strong wind that moves very fast in a spinning movement; a series of events where lots of things happen very quickly.
visiting interesting places while traveling
disorderly, chaotic, violent; stormy
contract or hire someone do to take you somewhere in a boat, bus, or plane.
bum around
be lazy or idle
in a constructive manner
putting off
take it easy
relax and not worry about anything
take time off
stop work for a day or more for rest or any other personal activity
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