do sth very well/successful Ex: She nailed her audition and got the lead part
(adj) suffering from fever (= high body temperature): I'm feeling a bit feverish - I hope it's not the start of flu. Sort of fever
slightly red in colour: Nicky's got reddish-blond hair.
(QUITE) used to form adjectives to give the meaning to some degree; fairly: He had a sort of reddish beard. She was oldish - about 60, I'd say. We'll start at sevenish (= about seven o'clock).
=abroad ><onshore Ex: Someone has offshore bank account Onshore winds/onshore oil reserves
I fancy travelling
=I'm really into travelling
Another thing I like about it is that.....
packed like sardines
We were squashed like sardines in the rush-hour train.
Traffic in Vietnam is an unforgiving/merciless crowd. Well I mean They never give you rights
* excited Ex: Lesson is stimulating
avoid boredom and repetition
=Bird's eye view the ability to look at something from a very high place so that you see a large area below you: Ex: From the top of this building, you can get a bird's-eye view of the city. a wonderful panoramic view of the countryside
unique a characteristic of a product that will persuade people to buy it: Its best selling point is the price - it's the cheapest on the market.
It takes me 5 minutes to come there, which is convenient
I absolutely like that, definitely, confidently say that
make a careful choice/consideration
when it comes to daily stuffs, top-notch. I will make a careful consideration, which is luxurious