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Age
A particular period in time
At times
Sometimes
Drag on
to take a longer time to do than expected, and become boring or annoying
Elapse
If time elapses, it goes past
Era
A period of time of which particular events or stages of development are typical
fleeting
short or quick
fly
to move or go quickly
for a time
for a short period
for the time being
for a limited period (phrase)
from time to time
sometimes but not often (phrase)
go on
To continue of pass (phrasal verb)
Ice age
a time in the past when the temparature was very cold and glaciers large masses of ice spread over large parts of the earth (noun)
last
to continue to exist (verb)
loss
when you no longer have something or have less of something (noun)
Middle Ages
A period in European history, between about 1000AD and 1500 AD, when the power of kings, people of high rank and the christian church was strong (noun)
momentary
Lasting for a very short time (adjective)
Phase
Any stage in a series of events or in a process of development (noun)
Run
To move along, faster than walking, by taking quick steps in which each foot is lifted before the next foot touches the ground (verb)
Spell
A period of time for which an activity or condition lasts continuously (noun)
Stage
The area in a theatre which is often raised above ground level and on which actors or entertainers perform (noun)
Stone age
Describes something which is very basic, simple and not well developed (adjective)
time
That part of existence which is measured in seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, years etc., or this process considered as a whole (noun)
timeless
describes something that does not change as the years go past (adjective)
breadth
the distance from one side to another (noun)
broad
very wide (adjective)
Broaden
to become wider, or to cause something to become wider (verb)
broadminded
willing to accept other people's behaviour and beliefs, especially sexual behaviour (adjective)
contract
to catch or become ill with a disease (verb)
deep
going or being a long way down from the top or surface, or being of a particular distance from the top to the bottom (adjective)
Deepen
to make something deeper, or to become deeper (verb)
Depth
The distance down either from the top of something to the bottom. or to a distance below the top surface of something
distance
the amount of space between two places (noun)
distant
far away (adjective)
expand
to increase in size, number or importance, or to make something increase in this way (verb)
extend
to cause something to reach, stretch or continue; to add to something in order to make it bigger or longer (verb)
far
describes something that is not near, or the part of something that is most distand from the centre or from you (adjective)
far
at, to or from a great distance in space or time
faraway
a long way away (adjective)
narrow-minded
not willing to accept ideas or ways of behaving that are different from your own (adjective)
shallow
having only a short distance from the top to the bottom (adjective)
shortcut
a route which leads from one place to another which is quicker and more direct than the usual route (noun)