Noun > Breather

1 : a pause for rest : break Let’s take a breather. He decided to give them a breather. 2 : someone or something that breathes in a specified way a mouth breather (=a person who breathes through the mouth Read More …

Noun > Lecture

Noun > Lecture 1 : a talk or speech given to a group of people to teach them about a particular subject a lecture about/on politics She’s planning to give/deliver a series of lectures on modern art. Several hundred people Read More …

Noun > Mask

Noun > Mask (count) 1 : a covering for your face or for part of your face: such as a : a covering used to hide or disguise your face a Halloween mask Everyone wore costumes and masks to the Read More …

Noun > Recording

Noun > Recording 1 : (count) : music, sounds, or images that have been stored on a record, CD, computer, etc., so that they can be heard or seen again a digital recording early recordings of jazz 2 : (noncount) Read More …

Noun > Wiggle room

Noun > Wiggle room (noncount) US, somewhat informal the ability to make small changes in a plan, schedule, etc., if they are needed We should allow for some wiggle room (=flexibility) when we plan the schedule. The salesman has some Read More …

Noun > Relic

Noun > Relic 1 : something that is from a past time, place, culture, etc. ¡X often followed by of or from relics of ancient China relics from the war This law is a relic of a bygone era. Typewriters Read More …