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Unit 26 - Leisure Activities


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absorbing
(adj) something absorbing is so entertaining that you give it all your attention
casual
(adj) relaxed and informal
exhilarating
(adj) making you feel extremely happy, excited and full of energy
fatigue
(n) a feeling of being extremely tired, either physically or mentally
idle
(adj) 1. not doing anything, when there are things that you should do 2. workers who are idle have no work
indulge
(v) to allow yourself to have or do something that you enjoy
lifestyle
(n) the type of life you have, for example the type of job or house you have or the type of activity you like doing
leave
(n) a period of time away from your job or the armed forces
outing
(n) a short journey that you take for enjoyment
pastime
(n) something that you do regularly for fun in your free time
pursue
(v) to follow a course of activity
recreation
(n) things that you do to enjoy yourself
respite
(n) a short period of rest from having to deal with a difficult or unpleasant situation
sedentary
(adj) involving a lot of sitting and not much exercise
socialise
(v) to spend time with other people socially, for example at a party
solitude
(n) the state of being completely alone, especially when this is pleasant or relaxing
tedious
(adj) boring and continuing for too long
trivial
(adj) not very interesting, serious or valuable
unwind
(v) to begin to relax after you have been working hard or feeling nervous
venue
(n) the place where an activity or event happens