|Advantage||صرفه، سود، برتری|
|Advent||ظهور و ورود|
|Circumvent||با حیله پیشدستی کردن، دور زدن|
|Contemporary||معاصر، همزمان، هم دوره|
|Distribute||پخش کردن، تقسیم کردن|
|Frail||نازک، نحیف، شکننده|
|Refine||تصویه کردن، پالایش کردن|
- adv. advantageously
- adj. advantageous
- n. something that may help one to be successful or to gain something
- syn. benefit
Is there any advantage in arriving early?
He was advantageously born into a rich family.
- n. the coming or appearance of something
- syn. arrival
With the advent of computers, many tasks have been made easier.
The newspapers announced the advent of the concert season.
- adv. agilely
- n. agileness
- n. agility
- adj. able to move in a quick and easy way
- syn. nimble
Deer are very agile animals.
She moved agilely across the stage.
- conj. in spite of the facts, regardless of the fact
- syn. although
His trip was successful, albeit tiring.
Albeit difficult at times, speaking another language is rewarding.
- v. appeal
- n. appeal
- adv. appealingly
- adj. attractive or interesting
- syn. alluring
Working abroad is appealing to many people.
Through his speeches, the candidate appealed to the voters.
- adj. acclaimed; well-known and popular
- syn. renowned
The celebrated pianist will be giving a concert this weekend.
San Francisco is celebrated for its multicultural makeup.
- n. circumvention
- v. to go around; avoid
- syn. evade
The hacker attempted to circumvent the computer’s security system.
Circumvention of the freshman math requirement is possible.
- n. collision
- v. to hit one object against another with violent force; to be in opposition
- syn. crash
The collision caused major damage to both cars.
Moon craters were caused when large asteroids collided with the moon.
- n. contemporary
- adj. modern, up-to-date, or (n.) a person living at the same time as another person
- syn. current
Contemporary architecture makes very good use of space.
Cervantes was a contemporary of Shakespeare.
- n. distribution
- v. to divide among people or to give out
- syn. dispense
Many publishers distribute their newspapers directly to homes in their area.
The distribution of seeds is very quick with this new machine.
- n. encouragement
- n. encourager
- adv. encouragingly
- adv. encouraging
- v. to promote, help, or support
- syn. stimulate
The government cut taxes in order to encourage spending.
The professor gave each student the encouragement that was needed to learn the material.
- n. energy
- adv. energetically
- adj. full of life, action, power
- syn. vigorous
Sam hasn’t been as energetic as he usually is.
There’s a lot of energy in these batteries.
- n. frailty
- adj. weak in health or in body
- syn. fragile
The frail wings of the newborn bird could not lift it off the ground.
One of the frailties of human beings is laziness.
- n. a high point of success or abundance
- syn. pinnacle
Many settlers became rich during the heyday of the California gold rush of the 1800s.
We are living in the heyday of digital communications.
- adj. mythological
- n. mythology
- n. an invented story or idea
- syn. legend
Throughout history, myths were created in an attempt to explain many common natural occurrences.
Mythology is the study of legends and fables.
- n. refinement
- adv. refined
- v. to make pure; to improve
- syn. purify
Factories must refine oil before it can be used as fuel.
A squirt of lime juice is the perfect refinement to cola.
- adj. value in doing something
- syn. rewarding
It was worthwhile waiting ten hours in line for the tickets.
It’s worthwhile to prepare for the IELTS.