IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 13 IELTS Exams Preparation
Students ,we are covering our 13th lecture of Ielts vocabulary.Students,we are here not cover our Ielts vocabulary but also we are getting our strong grip over English Vocabulary.
This learning would stimulate all of your English phases like speaking,writing,reading and writing.I hope so that every student is doing well to learn it and practice it.
Definition: critical observation or examination.
Synonyms:Inspection, survey, scan, study,careful examination.
Usage: Every aspect of local government was placed under scrutiny.
Definition: widespread in a particular area or at a particular time.
Synonyms: Frequent, usual,common,widespread, prevailing
Usage: Speaking well in English is prevalent in whole world.
Definition: not able to be seen through; not transparent.
Synonyms: Filmy, blurred, smeared,non-transparent, cloudy
Usage: Door of class was opaque ,when we are reading.
Definition: surround and have or hold within.
Synonyms: Encircle, circumscribe, skirt,surround, enclose, ring.
Usage: The whole world is encompassed by the fear of Corvid-19.
Definition: an edge or border.
Synonyms: Margin, side, brink, rim,edge, border.
Usage: They came down to the verge of the lake.
Definition: illogical, or inappropriate,wildly unreasonable.
Synonyms: Ridiculous, ludicrous, farcical,preposterous.
Usage: The allegations of helping students in ielts exams are absurd.
Definition: deprive someone of.
Synonyms: Dispossess, relieve,deprive, strip.
Usage: Students ,who are not struggling ,are divested from fame,grace.
Definition: a person who has been taken prisoner or an animal that has been confined.
Synonyms: Detainee, inmate,prisoner, convict.
Usage: Parents are captiving their children in homes.
Definition: indicate the truth.
Synonyms: Suggested, insinuated,implicit, indirect, hinted.
Usage: Governments of world are implying curfew due to Corvid-19.
140-Curb (Verb) gerund or present participle: curbing
Definition: restrain or keep in check.
Synonyms: Keep back, hold in, repress, suppress,restrain, hold back.
Usage: Mr. Luca said that he would do best in his studies,he was curbing so from not getting humiliated.