Carles Rodrigo Monzó: dark
dark [dahrk] –adjective 1. having very little or no light: a dark room. 2. radiating, admitting, or reflecting little light: a dark color. 3. approaching black in hue: a dark brown.
Lindley Warren: chandelier
chandelier chan·de·lier [shan-dl-eer] –noun 1. an ornamental hanging light with branches and holders for several candles or bulbs. 2. a decorative, sometimes ornate, light fixture suspended from a ceiling, usually having branched supports for a number.
Sara Perovic: protection
protection pro·tec·tion [pruh-tek-shuhn] –noun 1. the act of protecting or the state of being protected; preservation from injury or harm. 2. a thing, person, or group that protects: This vaccine is a protection against disease.
Sergio Tranquilli: cinema
cinema cin·e·ma [sin-uh-muh] –noun 1. motion picture. 2. the cinema, motion pictures collectively, as an art. 3. a motion-picture theater.
Joshua Bartky: demon
demon de·mon [dee-muhn] –noun 1. an evil spirit; devil or fiend. 2. an evil passion or influence. 3. a person, especially a child, who is very mischievous: His younger son is a real little demon.
Rasa Staniunaite: call
call [kawl] –noun 1. a cry or shout. 2. an instrument for imitating this cry and attracting or luring an animal: He bought a duck call. 3. an act or instance of telephoning: She went into a telephone booth to place her call.
Teresa Frausin: crystal
crystal crys·tal [kris-tl] –noun 1. a clear, transparent mineral or glass resembling ice. 2. the transparent form of crystallized quartz. 3. anything made of or resembling such a substance.
Emanuele Cardesi: fairy tale
fairy tale –noun 1. a story, usually for children, about elves, hobgoblins, dragons, fairies, or other magical creatures. 2. an incredible or misleading statement, account, or belief: His story of being a millionaire is just a fairy tale.
Aurea Tolo: clear
clear [kleer] –adjective 1. free from darkness, obscurity, or cloudiness; light: a clear day. 2. transparent; pellucid: clear water. 3. without discoloration, defect, or blemish: a clear complexion; a clear pane of glass.
Sara Perovic: consolidate
consolidate con·sol·i·date [kuhn-sol-i-deyt] –verb (used with object) 1. to bring together (separate parts) into a single or unified whole; unite; combine: They consolidated their three companies. 2. to discard the unused or unwanted items of and organize the remaining: She consolidated her home library. 3. to make solid or firm; solidify; strengthen: to consolidate...
Zhu Jia: coin
coin [koin] –noun 1. a piece of metal stamped and issued by the authority of a government for use as money. 2. a number of such pieces. 3. Informal. money; cash: He’s got plenty of coin in the bank.