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HOT-AIR BALLOON => a lighter-than-air craft in which air heated by a flame is trapped in a large fabric bag. Hanging under the balloon, there is a basket (container) in which people can ride.
In this picture, you can notice that there are seven people in the basket and the flame is visible because they are flying:
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The first hot-air balloon was created in 1783 by two brothers, Joseph-Michel and Jacques-Ètienne Montgolfier.
CROWD => a large group of people. This is a crowd:
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LAWN => grass-covered land.
In this picture, the lawn is dry, probably because it didn’t rain for a while (the grass isn’t green).
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STROLLER => a small carriage with four wheels that a baby or small child can ride in while someone pushes it.
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- The audience always like love stories.
- The audience cried when Marilyn died.
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Examples from the web:
– The circus act never failed to attract crowds of curious people.
– The restaurant attracts a theatre crowd.
– The crowd from the office.
– The opening night crowd.
– It took some two hours before the crowd was fully dispersed.
– All the old crowd from my university days were there.
– You can learn to stand out from the crowd.
– When the song finished the crowd went wild.
– He disappeared into the crowd.