A bathroom is a room where there is a bath, shower, and sometimes a toilet. You can wash yourself or go to the toilet in the bathroom. What else people do in the bathroom:
to have a bath [US to take a bath]
to have a shower [US to take a shower]
to brush your teeth
to have a shave
Face off1. to fight or compete with each other
- The candidates faced off in their first presidential debate.
Face down(S) to oppose or defeat someone who is threatening or criticizing you by being brave and confident
- They successfully faced down a big crowd of demonstrators.
Face up to1. to accept that something is true
- He has to face up to the fact that she will never return home.
- You have to face up to your problems and try to solve them.
Fall aboutinformal. to laugh in an uncontrolled way
- We fell about when he said that.
Fall apart1. to break into pieces because it is very old or in very bad condition
- My boots are so old, they are falling apart.
- Their marriage is in danger of falling apart.
- New tax system is falling apart.
Fall away1. to become smaller or lower
- Membership of the club has fallen away.
- Plaster was falling away from the ceiling.
Fall backto move away from an enemy during a battle or war
Taste of food with definitions and example sentences
having strong, sharp and unpleasant smell or taste
- Acrid smoke filled the studio.
- It emits acrid fumes when heated.
- The acrid smell of burning food
(of food) that smells or looks very good and makes you want to eat
- An appetizing meal
- An appetizing aroma of bacon came from the kitchen.
Labels: Food and Drink vocabulary
Here is the list of words related to peacekeeping
a formal or official agreement between two countries, governments or groups of people
- The Paris Peace Accords
- A peace accord was signed to end the war.
a contract, promise or decision about what to do or will happen, made by two or more different people or groups
- a verbal [=not written] agreement
- a peace/trade agreement
- An agreement was reached between both sides.
- Finally they have come to an agreement.
- Don’t sign the rental agreement before reading all the terms carefully.
Labels: War and conflict
List of phrasal verbs that start with E
to become less strong, intense, severe, etc.
- The rain has started to ease off.
- The pain had eased off a bit.
(S) to force someone to leave an office or position
- After the financial scandal he was eased out of office.