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bad
not pleasant
beautiful
attractive; pleasant; pretty
big
large in size or amount
cheap
low-cost
cold
low in temperature
dry
moistureless; not wet
expensive
costing a lot of money; fancy; costly
good
pleasant
hot
having a high temperature
new
different from before; recent
noisy
making a lot of noise
old
used (object) or having lived (person) for a long time
quiet
relaxed and not worried
small
little
ugly
not attractive
wet
covered in water or another liquid
airport
a place where planes take off and land
beach
an area of sand or rocks next to the sea
bookshop
a shop that sells books
bridge
a structure that is built over a river, road, etc so that people or vehicles can go across it
building site
a piece of land on which a house or other building is being built
bus station
a place where buses start and end their routes
canal
a long, thin stretch of water route
car park
an area of ground for parking cars; parking lot
church
a building for Christian religious activities
cinema
a theatre where people pay to watch films; movie theater
college
a university where you can study for an undergraduate degree
concert hall
a large building in which concerts are performed
fountain
a stream of water that is forced up into the air through a small hole
garden
a piece of land, usually with grass, where flowers and other plants are grown
harbour
an area of water next to the coast where ships and boats can shelter
library
a building, room, or organization that has a collection of books for people to read or borrow
market
a place where people go to buy or sell things, often outside
mosque
a building where Muslims say their prayers
mountain
2 a very high hill
museum
a building where you can look at important objects connected with art, history, or science
park
a large area of grass where people can walk and enjoy themselves
post office
a place where you can buy stamps and send letters and parcels
public toilets
toilets that are for everyone to use
railway station
a place where trains stop so that you can get on or off; train station
shopping centre
a place where lots of shops have been built close together; mall
swimming pool
an area of water that has been made for people to swim in
temple
a building where people in some religions go to pray
theatre
a building with a stage where people go to watch plays
tourist information centre
an office that supplies information to people who are visiting an area for pleasure or interest
university
a place where people people study for an undergraduate (= first) or postgraduate (master's, PhD) degree:
zoo
an area in which animals, especially wild animals, are kept so that people can go and look at them or study them