Take+refreshment

  • 1 Take five — take a break, originally of five minutes, for rest or refreshment, especially as of a performing group in rehearsal …

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  • 2 Refreshment — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Refreshment >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 bracing bracing &c. >V. Sgm: N 1 recovery of strength recovery of strength &c. 159 Sgm: N 1 restoration restoration revival &c. 660 Sgm: N 1 repair repair …

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  • 3 refreshment — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ light ▪ liquid (humorous) VERB + REFRESHMENT ▪ need ▪ enjoy, get, take …

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  • 4 take — verb ADVERB ▪ well ▪ badly ▪ She took the news of her father s death very badly. ▪ seriously ▪ I wanted to be taken seriously as an artist …

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  • 5 refreshment — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Invigoration Nouns refreshment, invigoration, recuperation (see restoration); ventilation; recreation, diversion, regalement, repast, food, nourishment. Informal, pick me up, bracer. See relief, pleasure …

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  • 6 Take No Prisoners (David Byron album) — Infobox Album | Name = Take No Prisoners Type = Album Artist = David Byron Released = March 1975 Recorded = February 1975 in Morgan and Roundhouse StudiosLondon, EnglandMixed at the Roundhouse Studios Genre = Progressive rock Length = 40:17 Label …

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  • 7 take five — Australian Slang take a break, originally of five minutes, for rest or refreshment, especially as of a performing group in rehearsal …

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  • 8 to take a breather — Breather Breath er, n. 1. One who breathes. Hence: (a) One who lives. (b) One who utters. (c) One who animates or inspires. [1913 Webster] 2. That which puts one out of breath, as violent exercise. [Colloq.] [1913 Webster] 3. a pause to catch one …

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  • 9 bait — I. v. a. 1. Put bait upon. 2. Feed (animals), give feed to. 3. Worry, harry. See badger, v. II. v. n. Take refreshment (on a journey). III …

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  • 10 Tom Thumb — is a traditional hero in English folklore who is no bigger than his father s thumb. Various allusions to Tom Thumb are included in sixteenth century works; in his Discovery of Witchcraft , Reginald Scot includes Tom Thumbe in a list of folkloric… …

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  • 11 Embsay — infobox UK place country = England latitude= 53.9765 longitude= 1.9847 official name= Embsay population = shire district= Craven shire county = North Yorkshire region= Yorkshire and the Humber post town = SKIPTON postcode district = BD23 postcode …

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  • 12 refresh — verb Etymology: Middle English refresshen, from Anglo French refreschir, from re + fresch fresh more at fresh Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to restore strength and animation to ; revive 2. to freshen up ; renovate …

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  • 13 National Tramway Museum — Crich features working trams in a traditional street setting. This 1931 Leeds tram is about to pass under the historic Bowes Lyon Bridge The National Tramway Museum, at Crich, (   …

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  • 14 Tearoom (U.K. and U.S.) — A tearoom is a small room or restaurant where beverages and light meals are served, having a sedate or subdued atmosphere. The term may also refer to a room dedicated to the serving of tea in a private house.A customer might expect to receive… …

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  • 15 Tea house — Tearoom redirects here. For other uses, see Tearoom (disambiguation). A tea house or tearoom is a venue centered on drinking tea. Its function varies widely depending on the culture, and some cultures have a variety of distinct tea centered… …

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  • 16 Alpin Park Hotel Innsbruck (Innsbruck) — Alpin Park Hotel Innsbruck country: Austria, city: Innsbruck (City Centre) Alpin Park Hotel Innsbruck Location The hotel is located in a quiet road and is only 15 minutes walking from the central railway station and the historical old town of… …

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  • 17 refresh — refreshful, adj. refreshfully, adv. /ri fresh /, v.t. 1. to provide new vigor and energy by rest, food, etc. (often used reflexively). 2. to stimulate (the memory). 3. to make fresh again; reinvigorate or cheer (a person, the mind, spirits, etc.) …

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  • 18 Collation — A small meal or snack in a monastery. After *vespers and before *compline in a Benedictine monastery, the monks gathered in the *cloister to listen to a reading and take refreshment such as a stoup of beer. [< Lat. collatio = a collection] …

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  • 19 refresh — re•fresh [[t]rɪˈfrɛʃ[/t]] v. t. 1) cvb to renew the vigor or energy of (oneself or another), as with food, drink, or rest 2) to stimulate (the memory) 3) to reinvigorate or cheer (the mind or spirits) 4) to freshen in appearance, color, etc 5) to …

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  • 20 refresh — /rəˈfrɛʃ / (say ruh fresh) verb (t) 1. (often reflexive) to reinvigorate by rest, food, etc. 2. to stimulate (the memory). 3. to make fresh again; reinvigorate or cheer (a person, the mind, spirits, etc.). 4. to freshen in appearance, colour, etc …

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