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لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 15

کاربردی ترین و اصلی ترین واژه های آکادمیک و جنرال آیلتس - لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 15 به شما کمک می کند با تسلط و مهارت بیشتری سوالات ریدینگ و اسپکینگ را پاسخ دهید.

  • adhere
  • durable
  • foster
  • gain
  • halt
  • handle
  • harbour
  • harmful
  • insignificant
  • mysterious
  • perilous
  • promote
  • redundant
  • reject
  • substantial
  • trait
  • underscore
پخش ویدیو
Adhereپایبند بودن
Durableبادوام
Fosterپرورش دادن، پروردن
Gainکسب کردن
Haltتوقف کردن
Handleاز عهده کاری بر آمدن
Harbourپناه دادن
Harmfulمضر
Insignificantناچیز
Mysteriousمرموز
Perilousخطرناک
Promoteترویج کردن
Redundantزائد
Rejectنپذیرفتن، رد کردن
Substantialقابل توجه
Traitخصیصه
Underscoreتأکید
  • adhere
  • n. adherence
  • v. to stick to or follow precisely
  • syn. comply

Travellers must adhere to the laws of the country they are visiting.

The referee’s excessively strict adherence to the rules upset the players.


  • durable
  • n. durability
  • n. duration*
  • adj. something that lasts a long time
  • *time during which something lasts
  • syn. sturdy

It was a durable refrigerator, but it finally broke.

The durability of tires is a key factor in determining their quality.


  • foster
  • v. to promote growth or development
  • syn. stimulate

The industrial revolution fostered the rise of the middle class.

Parents usually foster the development of good habits in their children.


  • gain
  • adj. gainful
  • n. gain
  • v. to obtain something needed or useful;
  • to increase to the amount of something
  • syn. attain

He gained a lot of experience working as a volunteer.

His gain in knowledge was impressive.


  • halt
  • adv. haltingly
  • adj. halting
  • n. halt
  • v. to stop or discontinue
  • syn. stop

Bus service to the city was halted due to poor road conditions.

The supervisor put a halt to the tardiness of the employees.


  • handle
  • n. handling
  • v. to deal with or control
  • syn. manage

They handled themselves very well given the circumstances.

The president’s handling of the crisis was widely applauded.


  • harbour
  • v. to give protection; to not express a desire or opinion, usually bad
  • syn. shelter

He harbours ill feelings for her.

They harboured the political refugee in their home.


  • harmful
  • adv. harmfully
  • v. harm
  • n. harm
  • adj. something that causes pain or damages
  • syn. unhealthy

Excessive radiation is harmful to the body.

Bleach harms certain fabrics.


  • insignificant
  • adv. insignificantly
  • n. insignificance
  • adj. not important; of little value
  • syn. meaningless

The amount of rainfall this summer has been insignificant.

The insignificance of his comment became apparent with the passing of time.


  • mysterious
  • adv. mysteriously
  • n. mystery
  • n. mysteriousness
  • adj. not easily understood or figured out
  • syn. baffling

He had a mysterious effect on everyone who heard him speak.

The man’s disappearance was a mystery.


  • perilous
  • adv. perilously
  • n. peril
  • adj. threatening or risky; harmful
  • syn. dangerous

It is perilous to exceed the speed limit.

There are ample perils in the sport of mountain climbing.


  • promote
  • n. promoter
  • n. promotion
  • v. to encourage or advertise; to elevate in rank or grade
  • syn. boost

Many nations promote tourism to lure foreign currency.

The customers responded favourably to the half-price promotion.


  • redundant
  • n. redundancy
  • adv. redundantly
  • adj. being excessive; showing unnecessary repetition
  • syn. repetitious

Students who ask teachers to “repeat that again” are being redundant because “repeat” means “again.”

Lush, redundant vegetation is common in tropical climates.


  • reject
  • n. rejection
  • v. to refuse
  • syn. refuse

The insurance company rejected the claim.

The rejection of his work was difficult for him to understand.


  • substantial
  • adv. substantially
  • adj. substantive
  • adj. important; strongly made; of value
  • syn. significant

The discovery of a vaccine for Coid 19 was a substantial medical achievement.

This substantive article will change your opinion of rock music.


  • trait
  • n. specific qualities that distinguish one from another
  • syn. characteristic

Her sense of humour and cheerful personality are some of her most impressive traits.

Ali’s blonde hair is a trait inherited from her father.


  • underscore
  • v. to make evident or emphasize
  • syn. highlight

The high quality of the student’s science fair project underscored her talent in biology.

The conclusion of the report should underscore its main ideas.

تمرین لغات مهم و ضروی آیلتس درس 15

1. 
gained

2. 
The discovery of a vaccine for Covid 19 was a __________ medical achievement.

3. 
The industrial revolution __________ the rise of the middle class.

4. 
adhere

5. 
harmful

6. 
Bus service to the city was __________ due to poor road conditions. (passive)

7. 
Many nations __________ tourism to lure foreign currency.

8. 
durable

9. 
handle

10. 
redundant

11. 
insignificant

12. 
Students who ask teachers to repeat that again are being __________ because repeat means, again.

13. 
Excessive radiation is __________ to the body.

14. 
He __________ ill feelings for her.

15. 
He __________ a lot of experience working as a volunteer.

16. 
underscore

17. 
It is __________ to exceed the speed limit.

18. 
Harbour

19. 
halt

20. 
The high quality of the student's science fair project __________ her talent in biology.

21. 
Her sense of humor and cheerful personality are some of her most impressive __________.

22. 
The amount of rainfall this summer has been __________.

23. 
He had a __________ effect on everyone who heard him speak.

24. 
discontinue

25. 
foster

26. 
The insurance company __________ the claim.

27. 
trait

28. 
mysterious

29. 
Travelers must __________ to the laws of the country they are visiting.

30. 
boosts

31. 
It was a __________ refrigerator, but it fmally broke.

32. 
not easily understood

33. 
perilous

34. 
substantial

35. 
They __________ themselves very well given the circumstances.

36. 
rejects

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