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لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 18

کاربردی ترین و اصلی ترین واژه های آکادمیک و جنرال آیلتس - لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 18 به شما کمک می کند با تسلط و مهارت بیشتری سوالات ریدینگ و اسپکینگ را پاسخ دهید.

  • absurd
  • allocation
  • balanced
  • come across
  • culminate
  • demeanour
  • exert
  • fallacious
  • feasible
  • lack
  • limber
  • means
  • narrow
  • preconception
  • robust
  • steady
  • swift
پخش ویدیو
Absurdچرند
Allocationتخصیص، توزیع
Balancedمتعادل
Come Acrossمواجه شدن
Culminateبه اوج رسیدن
Demeanourرفتار
Exertبه کار بردن
Fallaciousغلط
Feasibleامکان پذیر
Lackکمبود
Limberخمیده
Meansروش
Narrowباریک
Preconceptionتعصب، عقیده از قبل
Robustقدرتمند
Steadyمداوم
Swiftسریع
  • absurd
  • adv. absurdly
  • n. absurdity
  • adj. clearly false; without reason
  • syn. ridiculous

Confidentially, I think his suggestion is absurd.

They are absurdly irrational about the issue.


  • allocation
  • adj. allocated
  • v. allocate
  • n. a share; a part set aside for a special purpose; an assignment of portions
  • syn. distribution

His allocation of materials was gradually used up.

Allocating office space in the building was a difficult task.


  • balanced
  • v. balance
  • n. balance
  • adj. a state where everything is of the same size or weight;
  • syn. equalized

He made a balanced presentation of both points of view.

The museum contains a pleasant balance of paintings from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.


  • come across
  • v. to find or discover, usually by chance or mistake
  • syn. encounter

The woman came across the old love letters while looking through photos of her youth.

The professor came across the article while searching the Internet.


  • culminate
  • n. culmination
  • adj. culminating
  • v. to finish; to reach a climax or the highest point
  • syn. conclude

The rock song culminated in a loud guitar solo.

After four years of diligent study, the student’s hard work culminated in several offers of full scholarships for college.


  • demeanour
  • n. someone’s outward appearance or behaviour
  • syn. conduct

The old woman had a pleasant demeanour.

The dog was huge, but its friendly demeanour eased my fears.


  • exert
  • n. exertion
  • v. to put into use; to put forth an effort
  • syn. apply

He had to exert all of his strength to move the heavy box.

Your body will be better prepared for physical exertion if you exercise daily.


  • fallacious
  • adv. fallaciously
  • n. fallacy
  • adj. having errors
  • syn. incorrect

Her fallacious argument could not be defended.

It is fallacy to think that money will bring you happiness.


  • feasible
  • adv. feasibly
  • n. feasibility
  • adj. able to be done
  • syn. possible

It is a feasible design for the high-rise building.

Before they begin the project, a study must be done for its feasibility.


  • lack
  • adj. lacking
  • v. lack
  • n. a need for; an insufficient amount
  • syn. shortage

There was an inordinate lack of rain last fall.

The mathematician was lacking in communication skills.


  • limber
  • adj. to be stretched; easily shaped
  • syn. flexible

The dancer has a limber body.

She was able to make the limber movements that are required of gymnasts.


  • means
  • n. ways
  • syn. methods

He was told to finish the job by any means available to him.

The most convenient means of communicating with someone is by phone.


  • narrow
  • adv. narrowly
  • n. narrowness
  • adj. small from one side to the other; limited
  • syn. thin

The canal was extremely narrow.

The driver narrowly escaped injury when his car ran off the road.


  • preconception
  • adj. preconceived
  • v. preconceive
  • n. an opinion formed in advance without experience or knowledge of something
  • syn. bias

It is difficult to overcome preconceptions if we are not open to new ideas.

His preconceived notions about Los Angeles disappeared after he visited the city.


  • robust
  • adv. robustly
  • n. robustness
  • adj. showing good health; in good shape
  • syn. energetic

The robust economy is expected to continue growing quickly.

The new product is selling robustly.


  • steady
  • adv. steadily
  • v. steady
  • n. steadiness
  • adj. firm; in a fixed position; without change; reliable; dependable
  • syn. constant

Steady growth is projected for companies involved in genetic engineering.

The secretary has steadily earned respect for her work.


  • swift
  • adv. swiftly
  • n. swiftness
  • adj. quick
  • syn. fast

The contestants were swift thinkers.

They swiftly agreed with the conclusion of the report.

تمرین لغات مهم و ضروی آیلتس درس 18

1. 
absurd

2. 
come across

3. 
demeanor

4. 
The woman __________ the old love letters while looking through photos of her youth.

5. 
It is difficult to overcome __________ if we are not open to new ideas.

6. 
Her __________ argument could not be defended.

7. 
means

8. 
limber

9. 
able to be done

10. 
narrow

11. 
He had to__________all of his strength to move the heavy box.

12. 
There was an inordinate __________ of rain last fall.

13. 
having errors

14. 
The dancer has a__________body.

15. 
__________ growth is projected for companies involved in genetic engineering.

16. 
He made a __________ presentation of both points of view

17. 
steady

18. 
showing good health

19. 
lack

20. 
The contestants were __________ thinkers.

21. 
robust

22. 
distribution

23. 
The canal was extremely __________.

24. 
fast

25. 
balanced

26. 
quick

27. 
fallacious

28. 
The old woman had a pleasant __________.

29. 
He was told to finish the job by any __________ available to him.

30. 
The __________ economy is expected to continue growing quickly.

31. 
feasible

32. 
The rock song __________ in a loud guitar solo.

33. 
It is a __________ design for the high-rise building.

34. 
Confidentially, I think his suggestion is __________.

35. 
apply

36. 
His __________ of materials was gradually used up.


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