آیلتس جنرال و آکادمیک
IELTS General and Academic
Less Common vocabulary
Vocabulary for IELTS

Verbs
 
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  • Accommodate
    • The new policies fail to accommodate the disabled.
 
  • Endure
    • We had to endure a long wait at the airport.
 
  • Nurture
    • To nurture a child/young talents/ an ambition
 
  • Imitate
    • Teenagers imitate idols.
 
  • Reminisce
    • My grandfather used to reminisce about his years in the navy.
 
  • Visualize
    • It is difficult to visualize how the town must have looked years ago.
 
  • Curb
    • A new law designed to curb harmful emissions from factories.
    • To curb a violence/ appetite/ craving/ enthusiasm
 
  • Diminish
    • This might diminish the credibility of your company.
 
  • Eliminate
    • Pollution/ need/ mistake/waste/possibility/problem
 
  • Stimulate
    • Creativity/competition/discussion
 
  • Trigger
    • Crisis/change/debate/recession
 
  • Disrupt
    • Habitat/class/traffic/plan/meeting/sleep/economy/balance
 
  • Appeal
    • What appeals to me in this painting is the colors he uses.
 
  • Conduct
    • A meeting/wedding/
 
  • Struggle
    • I’ve been struggle to understand sth
 
  • Overcome
    • A barrier/difficulty/depression/crisis
 
  • Comprehend
    • I fail to comprehend their attitude.
 
  • Distinguish
    • It is important to distinguish between business and pleasure.
 
  • Imply
    • An implied criticism of the way he or she does sth
 
  • Signify
    • Nobody knows what the marks on the ancient stones signify.
 
  • Infer
    • I inferred from his expression that he wanted to leave.
 
  • Eradicate
    • Disease/ poverty/racism
 
  • Acclimatize
    • We found it impossible to acclimatize ourselves to the new working conditions.
      • Get used to doing sth
  • Stimulate
    • Attempt/debate/growth/economy/development
 
  • Sustain
    • Balance/excellence
 
  • Undergo
    • Change/ordeal/training/upheaval
 
  • Condemn
    • Violence/slavery/murder
 
  • Devise
    • Plan/strategy/ way/system
 
  • Trigger
    • Stress
 
  • Envisage
    • Future/plan/
    • It is envisaged that….
 
  • Revolutionize
    • Advancement in tele communicative gadgets has revolutionized humans’ interaction.
 
  • Speculate
    • Newspapers have speculated that they will get married next year.
 
  • Surpass
    • The book’s success has surpassed everyone’s expectation.
 
  • Contribute
    • His family have contributed $ 50000 to the charity.
 
  • Diminish
    • Credibility/risk/prospect
 
  • Dwindle
    • Population/supply/number
 
  • Compromise
    • After a heated argument, we compromised with reluctance.
 
  • Deteriorate …. exacerbate…. aggravate ……..worsen
    • Eyesight/hearing/condition/weather/relation
 
  • Regulate
    • Behavior/ exercise/ profession/economy
 
  • Tackle
 
  • Resolve
 
  • Threaten
 
  • Deplete
    • If we continue to deplete the Earth’s natural resources, we cause a serious damage to the environment.
 
  • Retain
    • Confidence/loyalty/
 
  • Endorse
    • They paid $ 2 million to the world champion to endorse their new aftershave.
 
  • Abide
    • I cannot abide her.
    • He could not abide laziness.
 
  • Abolish
    • I think bullfighting should be abolished.
 
  • Deter
    • Crime/shopper/traveler
 
  • Resent
    • She bitterly resented her father’s new wife.
 
  • Monitor
    • You should monitor your cholesterol level.
 
  • Perpetrate
    • Crime/outrage
 
  • Exploit
    • To exploit consumers/ technology/vulnerability
 
  • Enrich
    • Fertilizers help to enrich the soil.
 
  • Inspire
 
  • Provoke