Ielts Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 8 Ielts Exams Preparation
You know very well from all your previous lectures over ielts vocabulary that there are tremendous English vocabulary words which you may have never heard before but finally we are getting close to them.Learning all previous and coming lectures containing English vocabulary ,you will learn more. And for best practices never forget to use them in you daily speaking while you are speaking your native language.
Definition: a dense group of bushes or trees.
Synonyms: Growth, grove, brake, clump,copse, dense.
Usage: When i entered into woods,there was visible thickets.
Definition: a person who is blamed for the mistakes.
Synonyms: Victim,whipping boy
Usage: The older boy bullied his younger brother into being the scapegoat for the crime he committed.
Definition: able to be perceptible ;discerned
Synonyms: Noticeable, perceptible, observable,visible, detectable
Usage: The figure was scarcely discernible in the pale moonlight.
Definition: used in reference to a paradoxical, unexpected, or coincidental situation.
Usage: Ironically speaking, you did not do well in your ielts speaking exams.
Definition: spend (money) freely or extravagantly
Usage: I’d splurged about Rs. 2,500 on clothes.
86-Expat is the short for Expatriate
(Adj) Definition: denoting or relating to a person living outside their native country.
Synonyms: Working abroad, non-native,emigrant, living abroad.
Usage: expatriate workers.
Definition: a competitor person or thing competing with another for the same objective in the same field of activity.
Synonyms: Contestant,competitor, opponent.
Usage: IELTS teacher has no serious rival in his field.
Definition: be or remain hidden so as to wait in ambush for someone or something.
Synonyms: hide, steal, take cover
Usage: A ruthless killer still lurked in the darkness.
Definition: tending to be different or develop in different directions.
Synonyms: differing, varying, dissimilar, unlike Usage: They adopted divergent approaches to almost every issue.
Definition: gather together or accumulate over a period of time.
Synonyms:Assemble, accumulate,gather, collect.
Usage: He amassed a fortune estimated at close to a million pounds.