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BUILDINGS

VOCABULARY BUILDINGS

TermDefinition
Apartment block A large building with flats/apartments on each floor
Bridge A structure that is built over a road, railway/railroad, river, etc. so that people or vehicles can cross from one side to the other
Movie theater Movie theater, theater) [countable] a building in which films are shown
Garage A building for keeping one or more cars or other vehicles in
Pet store
Hospital A large building where people who are ill/sick or injured are given medical treatment and care
Skyscrapers A very tall building in a city
Gas station A place at the side of a road where you take your car to buy petrol/gas, oil, etc.
Construction site The process or method of building or making something, especially roads, buildings, bridges, etc.
Church A building where Christians go to worship
Castle A large strong building with thick high walls and towers, built in the past by kings or queens, or other important people, to defend themselves against attack
Airport A place where planes land and take off and that has buildings for passengers to wait in
Tunnel A passage built underground, for example to allow a road or railway/railroad to go through a hill, under a river, etc.
Convenience store A shop/store that sells food, newspapers, etc. and often stays open 24 hours a day
Florist A person who owns or works in a shop/store that sells flowers and plants
Stadium A large sports ground surrounded by rows of seats and usually other buildings
Factory A building or group of buildings where goods are made
Windmill A building with machinery for grinding grain into flour that is driven by the power of the wind turning long arms (called sails )
Zoo A place where many kinds of wild animals are kept for the public to see and where they are studied, bred and protected
Car park
House A building for people to live in, usually for one family
Statue A figure of a person or an animal in stone, metal, etc., usually the same size as in real life or larger
Train station A place where trains stop so that passengers can get on and off; the buildings connected with this
Lighthouse A tower or other building that contains a strong light to warn and guide ships near the coast
Tent A shelter made of a large sheet of canvas, nylon, etc. that is supported by poles and ropes fixed to the ground, and is used especially for camping
Road A hard surface built for vehicles to travel on
Billboard A large board on the outside of a building or at the side of the road, used for putting advertisements on
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