Ielts Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 10 Ielts Exams Preparation
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Definition: a long deep track made by the repeated passage of the wheels of vehicles.
Synonyms: wheel track, groove, track, trough
Usage: The Land Rover bumped across the ruts.
Definition: seize and hold firmly.
Synonyms:Clasp, hold, clench, lay hold of,grip, clutch
Usage: He grasped his ielts books.
Definition: solemnly promise to do a specified thing.
Synonyms: swear, swear/state under oath, swear on the Bible, take an oath, pledge
Usage: The rebels vowed to continue fighting.
Definition: Deal (someone) in an overprotective or indulgent.
Synonyms: Cater to someone’s every whim; spoil, indulge,wait on someone hand and foot.
Usage: Please don’t coddle them.
Definition: confusing or perplexing.
Usage: There is a bewildering array of English books to read.
Definition:Make worse or more serious.
Usage: Army action would only aggravate the country.
Definition: Against to change.
Synonyms: traditional, stable, unchanging
Usage: They were held in check by the conservative trade-union movement.
108-Afoot (Adverb & Adj)
Definition: in preparation or progress; happening or beginning to happen
Synonyms: going on, happening, around, about, abroad, circulating
Usage: Plans are afoot for a festival.
Definition: A ruler in an oligarchy a very rich business leader with a great deal of political influence (especially in Russia).
Definition: look with difficulty or concentration at someone or something.
Synonyms: Try to see, look through narrowed eyes,squint, look closely/earnestly.
Usage: He tried to move but as peered through crowd.