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anchor (n) a heavy metal object, usually shaped like a cross with curved arms, on a strong rope or chain, which is dropped from a boat into the water to prevent the boat from moving away
Example
We dropped anchor and stopped to have a swim.
Word Family
anchorage
at the crack of dawn (phr) very early in the morning
Example
She had to leave at the crack of dawn.
bargain (v) to discuss the terms of a sale, purchase, or exchange
Example
My husband bargained for a lower price on the furniture we wanted
Synonym
negotiate
broaden (v) to become wider or make something become wider
Example
The road crew will broaden the highway this summer.
Synonym
stretch, widen
Antonym
limit, narrow
canoe (v) to ride a canoe
Example
How long did it take you to canoe across the river?
Word Family
canoeist, canoeing
confident (adj) having trust or faith; satisfied and sure
Example
We are confident that our team will win
Synonym
certain, positive, sure
Antonym
apprehensive, hesitant, uncertain
Word Family
confidently, confidence
contact (v) to be in communication with
Example
Give the names of two people who can be contacted in an emergency
Synonym
communicate with, reach
countless (adj) very great in number; not able to be counted
Example
I've heard this song countless times on the radio
Synonym
endless
Antonym
few
Word Family
countlessly
craft (n) something that someone has made in a skilful way using their hands
Example
Let's buy souvenirs from a shop with crafts
Synonym
art, handicraft
customer (n) a person who buys products or services
Example
The store held a special sale for its regular customers
Synonym
consumer
destination (n) the place that someone or something is going to
Example
After a five-hour flight, we reached our destination
exchange programme (phr) an arrangement in which a student, teacher etc visits another school or university to work or study
Example
I'm here for one term, on an exchange programme with Dr. Yank.
experience (v) if you experience a problem, event, or situation, it happens to you or affects you
Example
We experienced a lot of difficulty in selling our house.
Word Family
experience, experienced
eye-catcher (n) something especially noticeable because of its appearance
Example
Her dress is an eye-catcher.
Word Family
eye-catching
fancy (v) to like or be fond of
Example
Mary doesn't fancy going out tonight
Synonym
adore, like
Word Family
fancily, fanciness
Far West (n) a region in the United States
Example
Sheriffs were officers of the law in the Far West.
gaze (v) to look steadily
Example
He gazed into my eyes
Synonym
peer, stare
get on board (phr) get on a ship, plane, or spacecraft
Example
Come on children; it’s time to get on board.
get on board (v) get on a ship, plane, or spacecraft
Example
Come on children; it’s time to get on board.
ghost town (n) a town that has been deserted, especially one in the American West where gold or silver mines have closed
Example
Spinalonga is considered to be a ghost town since the island was abandoned when all its inhabitants were cured.
haunt (v) to live in or visit as a ghost
Example
It is said that ghosts haunt that old, empty house.
Word Family
haunted
head (v) to move toward a certain goal or in a certain direction
Example
I am heading for the nearest station.
head for (phr) go towards
Example
The ship was heading for Crete.
headmaster (n) a male teacher who is in charge of a school; head teacher [principal AmE]
Example
The parents have a meeting with the headmaster.
hike (v) to take a long walk in the country for fun, exercise, or training
Example
We hiked in the forest near our house
Word Family
hiker, hiking
icy (adj) made of, covered with, or looking like ice
Example
Watch out for the icy pavements.
maze (n) a complicated system of paths where you can easily become lost
Example
We got completely lost in the maze.
moonlight (n) the light of the moon
Example
We dined by moonlight.
peak (n) the top part of a mountain
Example
Mytikas is the highest peak of Mount Olympus.
Synonym
crest, height, summit
picturesque (adj) something that is as pleasing or interesting to look at as a picture or painting
Example
We stayed in a picturesque cabin by the lake.
Synonym
quaint
Antonym
ugly
Word Family
picturesquely 
rapid (adj) moving quickly
Example
The rapid water in the middle of the stream is dangerous to swim in.
Synonym
fast, quick, swift
Antonym
slow
Word Family
rapidly, rapidness 
satisfy (v) to give what is wanted or needed
Example
The small snack didn't satisfy her.
Synonym
appease, content, please
Antonym
disappoint, frustrate
Word Family
satisfying, satisfied, satisfaction
stream (n) a moving line of liquid, gas, smoke, etc
Example
A stream of smoke was coming from the chimney.
Synonym
flow, river
sunbathe (v) to sit or lie outside in the sun, especially in order to become brown
Example
You shouldn't sunbathe between 12 and 4 p.m. as you may get a sunburn.
Word Family
sunbathing
turn down (phr) to refuse an offer or request
Example
She turned down my invitation.