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paradise

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishparadisepar‧a‧dise /ˈpærədaɪs/ ●●○ noun  1 [uncountable]PLACE a place or situation that is extremely pleasant, beautiful, or enjoyable a beautiful tropical paradise The hotel felt like paradise after two weeks of camping. A home near the sea is my idea of paradise.2 [singular]NEED a place that has everything you need for doing a particular activity The market is a shopper’s paradise.paradise for Hawaii is a paradise for surfers.3 Paradise bird of paradise, → be living in a fool’s paradise at fool1(9)
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paradiseIt is about a paradise one can not have.And if that were to happen, paradise could not be far behind.Humans later followed them to enter a hunting paradise.For the new immigrants, America seemed like paradise.Brooklands was like paradise to 19 year old Jack.But this monopolistic paradise has been lost.What does a photographer look for when commissioned to shoot pristine paradise?With so many inexpensive fashion stores, it's a bargain-hunter's paradise.Tonga is a tropical paradise.paradise forSan Felipe is paradise for seafood lovers.
ParadiseParadise[singular] a) RRin some religions, a perfect place where people are believed to go after they die, if they have led good livesheaven b) RRCaccording to the Bible, the garden where the first humans, Adam and Eve, lived paradise
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