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CEFR C1 Vocabulary - Lesson 66

Here you will learn some English words about travel, such as "layover", "upgrade", "expedition", etc. prepared for C1 learners.

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CEFR C1 Vocabulary
all-inclusive
[adjective]
including everyone or everything, particularly for a single price
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peak season
[noun]
the time of year during which people travel a lot and prices are very high
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off season
[noun]
the time of year during which there is not much travel or business
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luxurious
[adjective]
extremely comfortable, elegant, and often made with high-quality materials or features
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exquisite
[adjective]
exceptionally beautiful, delicate, and well made
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exotic
[adjective]
originating in another country, particularly a tropical one
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homestay
[noun]
an arrangement to live as a foreign vacationer or student in someone's home
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staycation
[noun]
a vacation that one spends at or near one's home instead of traveling somewhere
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outing
[noun]
a pleasure or educational trip that may last a day
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expedition
[noun]
a trip that has been organized for a particular purpose such as a scientific or military one or for exploration
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itinerary
[noun]
a plan of the route and the places that one will visit on a journey
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tourist class
[noun]
the lowest class of accommodations offered in a hotel, on a plane or ship
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to upgrade
[verb]
to provide someone with a better seat on an airplane or a better room in a hotel than the one for which they have paid
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long-haul
[adjective]
traveling over a long distance, particularly when it involves transporting passengers or goods
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to embark
[verb]
to board a plane or ship
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layover
[noun]
a short break or stay in a journey
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lost-and-found
[noun]
a place where lost things are stored until their owners come and collect them
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camper
[noun]
someone who spends a vacation living in a tent, etc.
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suite
[noun]
a series of rooms, particularly in a hotel
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sunburn
[noun]
pain and redness of the skin caused by overexposure to the sun
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suntan
[noun]
the darkened or brown color of a person's skin that is caused by spending much time in the sun
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to tan
[verb]
(of a person or a person's skin) to become darkened or brown as a result of exposure to the sun
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to resort
[verb]
to go somewhere, particularly frequently or in large numbers
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vacancy
[noun]
(in a hotel, etc.) an available room
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touristy
[adjective]
intended for, visited by, or attractive to tourists, in a way that one does not like it
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twin bedroom
[noun]
(in a hotel, etc.) a room with two single beds
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upmarket
[adjective]
used by or intended for wealthy people
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complimentary
[adjective]
supplied or given for free
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memorable
[adjective]
easy to remember or worth remembering, particularly because of being different or special
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Godspeed
[interjection]
used for wishing a person good luck, particularly when they want to travel somewhere
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motion sickness
[noun]
an urge to vomit that is caused by motion, particularly when a person is in a moving vehicle such as a car, train, etc.
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