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IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 14 Ielts Exams Preparation

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Ielts Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 14 Ielts Exams Preparation

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141-Nudge (Verb)
Definition: prod (someone) gently with one’s elbow in order to attract attention.
Synonyms: poke, elbow, dig
Usage: People were nudging each other and pointing at me.

142-Scrutiny (Noun)
Definition: Strics and crictical check on things
Synonyms: Survey, scan,careful examination, inspection
Usage: Every aspect of local government was placed under scrutiny.

143-Moor (Verb) past tense: moored; past participle:moored
Definition: make fast (a boat) by attaching it by cable or rope to the shore or to an anchor.
Synonyms: tie up, secure, make fast, fix firmly, fasten
Usage: Twenty or so fishing boats were moored to the pierside.
144- Reckons (Verb)
Definition: establish by calculation.
Synonyms: calculate, compute, work out, put a figure on
Usage: The cost to the company was reckoned at 1 crore.

145-Mere (Adj)
Definition: used to emphasize how small or insignificant someone or something is.
Synonyms: trifling, meagre, bare, trivial, paltry
Usage: Questions that cannot be answered by mere mortals.

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146-Seabed (Noun) – The ground under the sea; the ocean floor.

147-Ballast (Noun)
Definition: Heavy material such as iron or gravel etc.used for stability in ship
Usage: The ship has sufficient ballast.
148-Encase (Verb)
Definition: enclose or cover in a case or close-fitting surround.
Usage: Each was encased in a plastic shrink-wrap.
149-Turmoil (Noun)
Definition: Confusion, or uncertainty,a state of great disturbance.
Synonyms: turbulence, tumult, disorder,confusion, upheaval(s).
Usage: A time of great economical turmoil.

150-Eclectic (Adj)
Definition: deriving ideas, style, or taste from a broad and diverse range of sources.
Synonyms: Broad, broad-ranging,wide-ranging, wide.
Usage: Why electric lamps spread light in the streets?

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