district n.an area of a country or city, especially one regarded as a distinct unit because of a particular characteristic
The theater district in New York is in midtown Manhattan.
That will make car ownership far more affordable to a far greater number of people.
incredible a.impossible to believe
Thanks for taking me, I had an incredible time.
skyrocket v.increase rapidly
The value of their business skyrocketed last year.
studio n.an apartment with only one room
The apartments range from open-plan studios to larger two-bedroomed homes.
tiny a.very small
The living room is tiny.
neat a.arranged in an orderly, tidy way
The place is neat and tidy with not a weed in sight.
shelter n.(a building designed to give) protection from bad weather, danger, or attack
They opened a shelter to provide temporary housing for the city's homeless.
outskirts n.the areas that form the edge of a town or city
Hours later we reached the outskirts of New York.
detached house n.a stand-alone house
He has bought this huge, detached house on a third of an acre.
two-storey a.having two floors or levels
You lived in a brown two-storey building across the street.
skyscraper n.a very tall building
Tall skyscrapers loomed above us and a million cars drove in all different directions.
lawn n.an area of grass, especially near to a house or in a park, that is cut regularly to keep it short
You can't mow the lawn if it's wet.
attractive a.very pleasing in appearance or sound
She's a very attractive woman.
radius n.a distance from a central point
The station, shopping centre and school lie within a one-mile radius of the house.
beloved a.loved very much
She was forced to leave her beloved Paris and return to Lyon.
facility n.the buildings, equipment, and services provided for a particular purpose
The hotel offers exceptional sporting facilities, including a 50 metre swimming pool.
feature n.a typical quality or an important part of something
The town's main features are its beautiful mosque and ancient marketplace.
fountain n.a natural spring of water
There is also a lake and fountain.
contrary n.the opposite
This was just the contrary of what all the sources were saying.
frightening a.making you feel fear
She found the film extremely frightening.
unhygienic a.not clean, in a way that may cause disease
Unhygienic conditions give rise to disease.
convenient a.fitting in well with a person's needs, activities, and plans
The family thought it was more convenient to eat in the kitchen.
This recipe should be sufficient for five people.
intriguing a.very interesting because of being unusual or mysterious
She has a really intriguing personality.
move out v.to leave
He was 20 when he moved out of his parents' house.
amiable a.pleasant and friendly
He seemed an amiable young man.
cooperative a.willing to help or do what people ask
He went voluntarily and was very cooperative.
harmony n.a situation in which people are peaceful and agree with each other
Imagine a society in which everyone lived together in harmony.
dull a.not interesting or exciting
They are both nice people but can be rather dull.
suitable a.acceptable or right for someone or something
The film is not suitable for children.
independently adv.without outside help
I prefer travelling independently to going on a package holiday.
mature a.fully grown-up
He's very mature for his age.
sibling n.a brother or sister
He joins his parents and siblings for breakfast.
homebody n.a person who likes spending time at home rather than going out with friends or travelling to different places
I'm a homebody, so I knew travelling would be tough.
metropolis n.the capital city
Paris nowadays is a busy and crowded metropolis.
jungle n.a tropical forest in which trees and plants grow very closely together
The lion is often called the king of the jungle.
concrete jungle n.modern city
He is more like a spider-man in the modern concrete jungle of the city.