Flashcards in Week 4 Days 2 Deck (28):
take a dump
informal and not polite, to pass solid waste through bowels
take a leak
informal, to get rid of waste liquid of your body
leave the toilet seat up / put the toilet seat down
put it in the vertical or horizontal position
soak in the bath for a while
Sometimes when I go to the bath I like to soak n the bath for a while because it makes me calm down.
rinse the shampoo out of your hair
to remove soap out of you hair by washing it quickly with water
to become dry or to make sth dry (I always dry off myself with towel after taking a bath.)
hang the towel up to dry
I often hang my towel up in the yard to dry
wrap a towel around your waist/body
In order not to catch cold it's better to wrap a towel around out body when we leave the bath
the hollow place under your arm where it joins the body (We can say shave your armpits when your in the bath.)
scrub your body
to rub something hard especially with a stiff brush to clean it
close the shower curtain
to close it
moisturize your skin
to make your skin less dry by using special cream
pluck your eyebrows
to make your eyebrows the shape you want by pulling out some of the hairs
floss your teeth
to clean between your teeth using floss
blow-dry your hair
to dry and shape your hair using an electric hairdryer
put your contacts in
contact lens (informal)
splash water on your face
to make your face wet
pop a pimple
pimple is small raised red spot on your skin especially face
check yourself out in the mirror
to see how you look in the mirror
formal, to get rid of waste matter from your bowels
a large part or amount of sth (If you want to become fluent in English you need to learn phrases of chunks of language instead of memorizing grammar rules and so on.) (The rent takes a large chunk out of my monthly salary.)
brief (Your summary should be as clear and concise as possible.) (The details the government gave after the Geneva agreement was very concise.)
something which is likely to be successful (The auspicious Geneva agreement has been led to the happiness of people and motivation among them.)
to move very quickly (The new year is galloping quickly.)
What do you do?
I run my own business (The word “run” means you are the primary person responsible for operating the business.)
in a shop: Can I help you? Do you need any help?
No, thanks. I'm just browsing.
browsing means looking casually at clothes.
where are the try-on rooms?
rooms where you can put on the clothes to see if they're the right size and you like them