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IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 40 IELTS Exams Preparation

IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 40 IELTS Exams Preparation 401-Conventional (Adj)  Definition: based on or by what is generally done or believed.  Synonyms: normal, standard, regular, ordinary, usual, traditional  Usage: A conventional morality had dictated behavior. 402-Artillery (Noun)  Definition: large-caliber guns used in warfare on land.  Synonyms: (ample) guns, ordnance, cannon (s), cannonry  Usage: Tanks and heavy artillery. 403-Crony (Noun) plural noun: cronies  Definition: a…

IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 39 IELTS Exams Preparation

IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 39 IELTS Exams Preparation 391-Inevitable (Adj)  Definition: sure to happen; unavoidable.  Synonyms: bound to happen, sure to happen, unavoidable, inescapable.  Usage: His resignation was inevitable. 392-Honed (Verb) past tense: honed; past participle: honed  Definition: refine or perfect (something) over some time.  Usage: Some of your best players in the world honed their skills playing street football. 393-Meddle (Verb)  Definition: interfere in something…

IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 38 IELTS Exams Preparation

IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 38 IELTS Exams Preparation 381-Morale (Noun)  Definition: enthusiasm and discipline of a person or group at a particular time.  Synonyms: self-confidence, self-esteem, confidence.  Usage: Morale in the boys was higher than it had been for a long time. 382-Bleak (Adj)  Definition: lacking vegetation and exposed to the elements.  Synonyms: desolate, stark, arid, desert, bare, exposed,   Usage: A bleak and barren moor. 383-Entrenched (Adj)  Definition: (of…

IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 37 IELTS Exams Preparation

IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 37 IELTS Exams Preparation 371-Slick (Adj)  Definition: done in an impressively smooth and efficient way.  Synonyms: smooth-running, polished, well organized, efficient, smooth  Usage: Army has been entertaining crowds with a slick passing game. 372-Loath (Adj)  Definition: reluctant; unwilling.  Synonyms: disinclined, ill-disposed, not in the mood;  against, opposed, resistant,  Usage: the batsmen were reluctant to take risks. 373-Conflicting (Adj)  …

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IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 36 IELTS Exams Preparation

IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 36 IELTS Exams Preparation 361-Reaffirm (Verb) Definition: state again firmly.  Usage: He reaffirmed his commitment to the agreement. 362-Deity (Verb)  Definition: a god or goddess (in a polytheistic religion).  Synonyms: god, goddess, divine being, celestial being, supreme being, divinity  Usage: A deity of ancient Greece. 363-Plough (Verb)  Definition: turn up the earth (an area of land) with a plough, especially before sowing.  Synonyms: harrow, ridge,…

IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 35 IELTS Exams Preparation

IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 35 IELTS Exams Preparation 351-Grudging (Adj)  Definition: Allowed only reluctantly or resentfully.  Synonyms: disinclined, forced, half-hearted, reluctant, unwilling.   Usage: She offered a grudging apology. 352-Ally (Noun)  Definition: A condition with another for a military or other purpose.  Usage: They continued among the opponent ally. 353-Awful (Adj)  Description: very bad or unpleasant.  Synonyms: terrible, dreadful, ghastly, very unpleasant,…

IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 34 IELTS Exams Preparation

IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 34 IELTS Exams Preparation 341-Recession (Noun)  Definition: a period of temporary economic decline.  Synonyms: depression, slump, slowdown, economic decline, downturn.  Usage: Some countries are in the depths of a recession. 342-Ease (Verb) gerund or present participle: easing  Definition: make (something unpleasant or intense) less severe.  Synonyms: mitigate, soothe, relieve, alleviate,   Usage: They hoped the alcohol would ease their pain. 343-Cite…

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