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IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 26 IELTS Exams Preparation

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IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 26 IELTS Exams Preparation

 

261-Ubiquitous (Adj)

 Definition: present, appearing, or found everywhere.

 Synonyms: omnipresent, ever-present, present everywhere, everywhere

 Usage: Tracking stray dogs may soon be more accessible thanks to the ubiquitous microchip.

262-Subsistence (Noun)

 Definition: the action of maintaining or supporting oneself, especially at a minimal level.

 Synonyms: upkeep, support, livelihood, maintenance, keep.

 Usage: The minimum income needed for subsistence.

263-Shoddy (Adj)

 Definition: poorly made or done.

 Synonyms: poor-quality, inferior, second-rate, third- rate, low-grade

 Usage: They are not paying good money for shoddy goods.

264-Stagnated (Verb)

 Definition: cease developing; become inactive or dull.

 Synonyms: stand still, be sluggish, lie dormant, become stagnant, do nothing.

 Usage: Teaching can quickly stagnate into a set of routines.

265-Remedy (Verb) 3rd person present: remedies

 Definition: set right (an undesirable situation).

 Synonyms: put to rights, right, rectify, put right, set right, set to rights. 

 Usage: There is a remedy, but one wants a solution.

266-Revival (Noun)

 Definition: strength, or fortunes of someone or something. an improvement in the condition, 

 Synonyms: betterment, amelioration, improvement, rallying, picking up.

 Usage: A revival in the fortunes of the party.

267-Quintuple(Verb) past tense: quintupled; past participle: quintupled

 Definition: increase or cause to increase fivefold.

 Usage: Their’s revenues would quintuple over the next decade.

268-Interventionist (Adj)

 Definition: favoring intervention, especially by a government in its domestic economy or by one state in another’s affairs.

 Usage: An economy dominates every country’s stability.

269-Viable (Adj)

 Definition: capable of working successfully; feasible.

 Synonyms: practicable, practical, applicable, usable, workable, feasible.

 Usage: She came forward with the only viable solution.

270-Wield (Verb)

 Definition: have and be able to use.

 Synonyms: be possessed of, have, have at one’s disposal, exercise, exert.

 Usage: Leaders wielded enormous influence within the party.

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