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لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 17

کاربردی ترین و اصلی ترین واژه های آکادمیک و جنرال آیلتس - لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 17 به شما کمک می کند با تسلط و مهارت بیشتری سوالات ریدینگ و اسپکینگ را پاسخ دهید.

  • agitate
  • comply
  • confidential
  • delighted
  • discreetly
  • documented
  • evoke
  • gradually
  • impartial
  • inordinate
  • instantly
  • intentionally
  • intrinsic
  • inundate
  • mindset
  • nominal
  • presumably
  • diminutive
پخش ویدیو
Agitateپریشان کردن
Complyمطابقت، اجابت کردن
Confidentialمحرمانه
Delightedخوشحال
Discreetlyمحتاطانه
Documentedثبت شده، مدارک
Evokeبرانگیختن
Graduallyبه تدریج
Impartialبی طرف
Inordinateبی شمار
Instantlyفوراً
Intentionallyعمداً
Intrinsicذاتی
Inundateطغیان کردن
Mindsetطرز فکر
Nominalصوری، به طور متوسط
Presumablyاحتمالاً
Diminutiveکوچک
  • agitate
  • n. agitator
  • v. to shake or move; to cause worry
  • syn. disturb

The fact that she had not arrived by midnight agitated her parents.

He was known as a political agitator.


  • comply
  • n. compliance
  • v. to agree to follow a request or command; to adhere to specific standards
  • syn. acquiesce

A well-trained dog will comply when told to sit.

Students must maintain a B average to remain in compliance with the scholarship’s rules.


  • confidential
  • v. confide
  • adj. confidential
  • adv. confidentially
  • n. confidant
  • adj. to be said or written in secret
  • syn. secret

We were told that the information is strictly confidential.

She confided to me that she had always wanted to be a movie star.


  • delighted
  • adj. delightfully
  • adj. delightful
  • n. delight
  • adj. to be satisfied; very happy
  • syn. elated

He was delighted with the results of the experiment.

It was a delightful afternoon.


  • discreetly
  • adj. discreet
  • adv. in a careful, polite manner
  • syn. cautiously

The teacher discreetly told the parents about their child’s inappropriate behaviour.

You can count on me to be discreet.


  • documented
  • adj. documentary
  • v. document
  • n. documentation
  • adj. proven with written evidence
  • syn. proven

He had documented proof that the bank had made an error.

The car’s documentation was in order.


  • evoke
  • v. to call up or produce memories or feelings; to cause to remember
  • syn. remind

Hearing her favourite song evoked fond memories of her high school years.

Most sounds evoke hints of time and place.


  • gradually
  • adj. gradual
  • adv. slowly, but surely
  • syn. steadily

The bay has gradually deteriorated over the years.

There has been a gradual change in the climate over the past decade.


  • impartial
  • n. impartiality
  • adj. showing no favouritism; being fair or just
  • syn. objective

Teachers must be impartial judges of their students’ work.

Judges are known for their impartiality.


  • inordinate
  • adv. inordinately
  • adj. a large amount or quantity; more than reasonable
  • syn. excessive

The airlines had to cancel an inordinate number of flights due to the fog.

There was an inordinately large number of whales off the coast.


  • instantly
  • adj. instantaneous
  • adj. instant
  • n. instant
  • adv. happening immediately; in a short period of time
  • syn. immediately

The computer finished the job instantly.

It happened in an instant.


  • intentionally
  • adj. intentional
  • n. intention
  • n. intent
  • adv. with definite purpose and planning
  • syn. deliberately

The machine was left on intentionally.

Her action was an indication of her good intentions.


  • intrinsic
  • adv. intrinsically
  • adj. being a primary part of something
  • syn. inherent

A penny has little intrinsic value.

The forests of the Northwest are intrinsically rich in natural resources.


  • inundate
  • n. inundation
  • v. to flood
  • syn. overwhelm

The radio stations were inundated with reports of a severe traffic accident.

The foundation experienced an inundation of requests for money.


  • mindset
  • n. an established attitude or mood
  • syn. mentality

A person is more likely to succeed if he or she approaches projects with a positive mindset.

The political mindset is different in every region of the country.


  • nominal
  • adv. nominally
  • adj. very small; in form, but not in substance
  • syn. moderate

The office building was sold at a nominal price.

She was nominally successful as an actress.


  • presumably
  • adj. presumable
  • v. presume
  • n. presumption
  • adv. reported, but not confirmed
  • syn. supposedly

The old wreck was presumably located southwest of Florida.

I presume that you have been camping before.


  • diminutive
  • n. diminutive
  • adj. extremely or unusually small
  • syn. minuscule

A diminutive figure dressed in black.

A diminutive person is short and small.

تمرین لغات مهم و ضروی آیلتس درس 17

1. 
The airlines had to cancel an __________ number of flights due to the fog.

2. 
agitate

3. 
A well-trained dog will __________ when told to sit.

4. 
intentionally

5. 
The bay has __________ deteriorated over the years.

6. 
The old wreck was __________ located southwest of Florida.

7. 
A penny has little __________ value.

8. 
The teacher __________ told the parents about their child's inappropriate behavior.

9. 
agitated

10. 
delighted

11. 
discreetly

12. 
mentality

13. 
excessive

14. 
A person is more likely to succeed if he or she approaches projects with a positive __________.

15. 
confidential

16. 
The machine was left on __________.

17. 
He had __________ proof that the bank had made an error. (past perfect)

18. 
steadily

19. 
He was __________ with the results of the experiment. (passive)

20. 
Teachers must be __________ judges of their students' work.

21. 
supposedly

22. 
inundated

23. 
impartial

24. 
The radio stations were __________ with reports of a severe traffic accident.

25. 
nominal

26. 
intrinsic

27. 
We were told that the information is strictly __________.

28. 
The computer finished the job __________.

29. 
instantly

30. 
The office building was sold at a __________ price.

31. 
diminutive

32. 
The fact that she had not arrived by midnight __________ her parents.

33. 
evoke

34. 
documented

35. 
Hearing her favorite song __________ fond memories of her high school years.

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