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to catch your breath
to stop or rest until you can breathe comfortably again
to commemorate
to remember officially and give respect to a great person or event, especially by a public ceremony or by making a statue or special building
something that someone wears to hide their true appearance
the feeling that everything is turning around and that you are about to fall down
to dress up
to wear your best clothes or to wear a costume
rain in very small light drops
to finalise
to make a final and certain decision about a plan, date, etc.
to gather
to come together in a group around a central point
crops which are cut and collected
to hold
to make something such as a party, a meeting, or an election happen
to juggle
to throw several objects up into the air, and then catch and throw them up repeatedly so that one or more stays in the air, usually to entertain people
to let off
to make something such as a bomb or fireworks explode
to let your hair down
to allow yourself to behave much more freely than usual and enjoy yourself
the money that you earn from your job
to make a fool of
to trick someone or to make them appear foolish
temporary and of low quality, but used because of a sudden need
to make your way
to go to a place
small drops of water in the air which make it difficult to see objects which are not near
an ancient story or set of stories, especially explaining in a literary way the early history of a group of people or about natural events and facts
to overlook
to provide a view of, especially from above
so obvious that it can easily be seen or known
a large number of people walking or in vehicles, all going in the same direction, usually as part of a public celebration of something
an exciting action that is dangerous or appears to be dangerous, often done to entertain people
to symbolise
to represent something
to unwind
to relax and allow your mind to be free from worry after a period of work or some other activity that has made you worried
vantage point
a place, especially a high place, which provides a good, clear view of an area
a sudden strong feeling that gets stronger as it spreads
describes a hat which has a wide part at the bottom which sticks out around it
wind your way
to go somewhere by a route that turns repeatedly in different directions