actor (n)  a person who performs on the stage, on television or in films/movies, especially as a profession.

               - She is one of the country’s leading actors.

architect(n) a person whose job is designing buildings
-  The achitect of this old house was  Louis Kahn.

chemist(n) a person whose job is to prepare and sell medicines, and who works in a shop
                  - The doctor gave me this medicine and I can only buy it at a chemist.

chill out(v)  to spend time relaxing; to relax and stop feeling angry or nervous about something.

                 - They sometimes meet up to chill out and watch a movie.

colleague(n) a person that you work with, especially in a profession or a business .                 

                  - We were friends and colleagues for more than 20 years.

crowded(adj) having a lot of people or too many people

                 - The shops were all very crowded before chritstmas.

delicious(adj)  having a very pleasant taste or smell

                 -Who cooked this? It's delicious.

disgusting(adj) extremely unpleasant

                - There is a disgusting smell coming from the kitchen. You burned the chicken. 

gorgeous(adj) very beautiful and attractive; giving pleasure and enjoyment
                 - The singer looked gorgeous in her costume. 

impolite(adj)  not polite, rude

                 -Some people think it is impolite to ask someone's age.

instructor(n) a person whose job is to teach somebody a practical skill or sport

                - a driving instructor /  a swimming/diving/fitness/flying/riding/ski instructor

journalist(n) a person whose job is to collect and write news stories for newspapers, magazines, radio or television
                - The journalist asked difficult questions to the manager after the match they lost.

landscape(n) everything you can see when you look across a large area of land, especially in the country
  - I took a lot of photos of the landscape of the mountains.

part-time(adj) for part of the day or week in which people work.

               -She's looking for a part-time job.

polite(adj) having or showing good manners and respect for the feelings of others
               - You must be polite to our guests. 

stunning(adj) extremely attractive or impressive , beautiful
- a stunning view of the lake  - His performance was simply stunning.


talented(adj)having a natural ability to do something well

               -a talented football player

ugly(adj) not beautiful

               - The man with the ugly face looked angrily. 

wallet(n) a small flat folding case made of leather or plastic used for keeping paper money and credit cards in
              - My father took out his brown wallet and gave e some money.