Where the spirits of dead people are believed to live.
I’m not going in that old house! It’s haunted!
/ˈhæŋʌp/ (n informal)
Something you are embarrassed or worried about.
Many employees have a hang-up about losing their jobs in 2009.
A very tall building.
I live in a high-rise in New York City.
From or relating to a country where people speak Spanish.
There are many Hispanics living in Los Angeles. Spanish has become the second language.
/’heɪwæər/ (informal adj)
Start working incorrectly.
The DVD player is going haywire. The movie keeps jumping to the next scene.
One of the two large lights on the front of a car.
I have a broken headlight, so I can’t drive at night.
Not wanting to change your very strong political view.
James is a hardline liberal.
A short break from something.
I am on a hiatus from work this week. I needed to relax.
Used when you are surprised or amused.
A: Peter is going to jail for stealing.
B: Hah. Well he deserves it.
Hah! If you think I am helping you are crazy!
To get together very closely.
We huddled in the tent to stay warm – it was so cold!
What are you boys talking about…all huddled together and whispering?