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Headway - Upper Intermediate
lifelong
[adjective]
lasting the whole of a person's life
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life expectancy
[noun]
the average number of years a person is expected to live, based on various demographic and health factors
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life story
[noun]
the account or narrative of a person's life, typically including significant events, experiences, and personal details
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life-size
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having the same size as an actual living being or object, without any exaggeration or reduction
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lifestyle
[noun]
a type of life that a person or group is living
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heartbroken
[adjective]
experiencing intense sadness, grief, or disappointment due to a broken romantic relationship or other loss
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heartbeat
[noun]
the rhythmic movement of the heart while it is pumping blood
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heart attack
[noun]
a medical emergency that happens when blood flow to the heart is suddenly blocked, which is fatal in some cases
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heartwarming
[adjective]
inspiring positive emotions such as joy, happiness, and affection in the viewer or reader
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housework
[noun]
regular work done in a house, especially cleaning, washing, etc.
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homecoming
[noun]
the act of returning to one's home or place of origin
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houseplant
[noun]
a plant that is typically grown indoors in a home or other building, often for decorative purposes
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housewife
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a married woman who does the housework (cooking, cleaning, etc.) and takes care of the children, and does not work outside the house
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house-proud
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describing someone who takes great pride in the appearance, cleanliness, and overall condition of their home
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homesick
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feeling sad because of being away from one's home
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hometown
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the town or city where a person grew up or was born
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homebound
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a person who is unable or restricted from leaving their home, typically due to physical, medical, or other circumstances
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homegrown
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referring to something that is native, locally produced, or originating from one's own country or region
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house-warming
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a party that one gives in a new house or an apartment they just purchased to celebrate such event
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homepage
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the main opening page of a website that introduces it and links the user to other pages
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homeless
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someone who does not have a place to live in and so lives on the streets
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seafood
[noun]
any sea creature that is eaten as food such as fish, shrimp, and shellfish
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bookshelf
[noun]
‌a board connected to a wall or a piece of furniture on which books are kept
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junk food
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unhealthy food, containing a lot of fat, sugar, etc.
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headphones
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a device that has two pieces that cover our ears and we use to listen to music or sounds without others hearing
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headline
[noun]
the large words in the upper part of a page of a newspaper, article, etc.
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headway
[noun]
the forward movement or advancement made despite difficulties or obstacles
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textbook
[noun]
a book used for the study of a particular subject, especially in schools and colleges
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text message
[noun]
a written message that one sends or receives using a mobile phone
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open air
[noun]
an outdoor or unenclosed space that is exposed to the elements
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business line
[noun]
a specific set or range of products or merchandise offered by a business, often with a common theme, category, or market focus
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businessman
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a man who works in business, especially at a high level
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firehouse
[noun]
a building or facility used by firefighters as a station for fire-fighting equipment and personnel
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fire alarm
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a device that gives warning of a fire, by making a loud noise
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sleeping pill
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a soporific drug taken as a tablet or capsule
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sleeping bag
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a portable bag designed to keep one warm while sleeping outside or in places without a bed
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air conditioning
[noun]
a system that controls the temperature and humidity in a house, car, etc.
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crowd
[noun]
a large group of people gathered together in a particular place
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horde
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a large moving crowd or mass of people, often in a disorderly or unruly manner
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to understand
[verb]
to know something's meaning, particularly something that someone says
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to grasp
[verb]
to mentally understand information or concepts
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lucky
[adjective]
having or bringing good luck
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to strike gold
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to have great success with something, particularly something that brings one a lot of money
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nap
[noun]
to sleep and rest for a short amount of time, particularly during the day
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to look after
[verb]
to take care of someone or something and attend to their needs, well-being, or safety
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to fend for
[verb]
to take care of oneself, especially in a challenging or difficult situation, without the help or support of others
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to sleep rough
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to sleep outdoors or in a place that is not intended for accommodation, such as on the streets or in a park, usually without proper bedding or shelter
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accustomed to
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familiar with something and having developed a habit or tolerance towards it
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to settle down
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to move from a standing or active position to a seated and more relaxed state
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crime
[noun]
an illegal act that is punishable by law
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foul play
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an illegal or dishonest behavior, particularly in sports or games, that is intended to gain an unfair advantage over opponents or break the rules
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star-studded
[adjective]
consisting of multiple famous entertainers, performers, etc.
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homemade
[adjective]
cooked, created, or produced at home
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homework
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schoolwork that students have to do at home
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