breathe v.take air into the lungs and then expel it
I breathed in the crisp mountain air deeply.
aesthetic a.concerned with beauty
The pictures give great aesthetic pleasure.
unwind v.relax, release
I need to sit down and unwind for half an hour.
habitat n.a natural home or environment of an animal or plant
With so many areas of woodland being cut down, a lot of wildlife is losing its natural habitat.
physical a.relating to the body
Physical activity plays an important role in maintaining health and quality of life.
mental a.relating to the mind
Nature offers serious benefits to our physical and mental health.
well-being n.the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy
She was filled with a sense of well-being.
facility n.space or equipment necessary for doing something
They are permitted to use those sports facilities.
jog v.to go at a pace faster than a walk
We had to jog to catch up to them.
She plays the piano for amusement.
The flowers are colorful and the scenery magnificent.
experience v.undergo an event
Parks shouldn't only be about sports fields and recreation facilities, they should also be a place where people can experience nature.
escape v.an act of breaking free from control
The hotel guests tried their best to escape from the burning building.
crowd n.a large number of people gathered together
The crowd overflowed into the street.
hustle n.busy movement and activity
I hate all the hustle of Saturday shopping.
bustle n.excited activity and movement
I love the hustle and bustle of the marketplace.
maintain v.keep, hold
Eat properly to maintain good health.
metropolis n.the chief or capital city of a country, state, or region
The city has become a huge, bustling metropolis.
state-owned a.owned by the government
More than 50 state-owned companies have been sold since the early 1980s.
spacious a.large and with a lot of space
There are two other rooms on the ground floor, a shower room and a spacious store room.
concrete jungle n.a modern city or urban area
We survived in a concrete jungle.
skyscraper n.a very tall building
The restaurant is at the top of one of the big downtown skyscrapers.
erected a.rising straight up
Towns and Cities are erected by buildings.
mandate n.an official order to do something
The president had a clear mandate to end the war.
primary a.basic, more important than anything else
My little girl is at primary school.
host v.to hold the event
Which country is hosting the next Olympic Games?
commemorate v.to show honor to the memory of an important person or event in a special way
The ceremonies commemorated the 20th anniversary of the founding of the school.
emit v.discharge, release, send out
Garbage is an example of something that emits an odor.