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لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 24

کاربردی ترین و اصلی ترین واژه های آکادمیک و جنرال آیلتس - لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 24 به شما کمک می کند با تسلط و مهارت بیشتری سوالات ریدینگ و اسپکینگ را پاسخ دهید.

  • affordable
  • contaminated
  • discernible
  • flourishing
  • maintain
  • mediocre
  • negligible
  • parallel
  • peculiar
  • potent
  • remarkable
  • scattered
  • solid
  • somewhat
  • stem from
  • tedious
پخش ویدیو
Affordableمقرون به صرفه
Contaminatedآلوده
Discernibleقابل تشخیص
Flourishingشکوفا
Maintainحفظ کردن، نگه داشتن
Mediocreمتوسط
Negligibleناچیز
Parallelموازی
Peculiarعجیب و غریب
Potentقدرتمند
Remarkableقابل توجه
Scatteredپراکنده
Solidمحکم و استوار
Somewhatتاحدی
Stem Fromناشی از
Tediousخسته کننده
  • affordable
  • adv. affordably
  • v. afford
  • adj. able to be done, usually referring to something you can do without damage or loss
  • syn. economical

The new dictionary is quite affordable.

He could afford the house because of current low interest rates.


  • contaminated
  • v. contaminate
  • n. contamination
  • adj. to make something impure by adding something dirty or a poisonous substance
  • syn. pollute

This contaminated water supply must be closed off to the public.

Bacteria and insects are frequently agents of food contamination.


  • discernible
  • adv. discernibly
  • v. discern
  • n. discernment
  • adj. noticeable; easily seen
  • syn. detectable

A feeling of anxiety was discernible among the members of the team.

The new student was unable to discern the humour of the teacher’s joke.


  • flourishing
  • v. flourish
  • adj; active and growing; healthy
  • syn. thriving

Small flourishing companies would be harmed by an increase in the minimum wage.

A young mind will flourish with proper guidance.


  • maintain
  • n. maintenance
  • v. to support; to keep in good condition
  • syn. preserve

The building had to be renovated because it was not well maintained.

Proper maintenance of a car’s engine will preserve its performance and value.


  • mediocre
  • n. mediocrity
  • adj. of average quality; not good or bad
  • syn. average

This is a mediocre research report.

The mediocrity of his work was disappointing.


  • negligible
  • adv. negligibly
  • adj. neglected
  • adj. neglectful
  • adj. negligent
  • n. neglect
  • n. negligence
  • v. neglect
  • adj. hardly noticeable; scarcely detectable
  • v. to ignore; to give little attention
  • syn. insignificant

The number of bacteria in the culture was negligible.

His negligence caused him to lose all of the work he had done on the computer.


  • parallel
  • v. parallel
  • adj. being almost of the same type or time; comparable
  • syn. similar

There were many parallels between his life and mine.

Her background parallels mine.


  • peculiar
  • adv. peculiarly
  • n. peculiarity
  • adj. unusual; uncommon
  • syn. strange

This plastic has a peculiar texture.

The puffin has many peculiarities not shared by other birds.


  • potent
  • adj. very strong
  • syn. powerful

He gave a potent speech at the convention.

The venom of the coral snake is extremely potent.


  • remarkable
  • adv. remarkably
  • adj. worthy of mention; uncommon
  • syn. exceptional

The invention of the radio was a remarkable achievement.

The actor was remarkably calm before his performance.


  • scattered
  • v. scatter
  • adj. spread out or separated widely
  • syn. dispersed

Hurricane Andrew left debris scattered throughout Miami.

The crowd scattered when it began to rain heavily.


  • solid
  • adv. solidly
  • v. solidify
  • n. solidification
  • adj. having good quality; being well made, firm; not a gas or liquid
  • syn. steady

The lawyer for the defence portrayed his client as a man of solid integrity.

The union attempted to solidify its position in the workplace.


  • somewhat
  • adj. a little
  • syn. slight

They feel somewhat tired after the mile run.

Buying food at a convenience store can be somewhat expensive.


  • stem from
  •  v. to emerge or develop from something
  • syn. originate

The author’s talent in writing stems from his love of reading books

Many opportunities have stemmed from his decision to attend the university.


  • tedious
  • adv. tediously
  • n. tedium
  • adj. long and tiring
  • syn. monotonous

The tedious lecture bored most of the audience.

Some people become frustrated by the tedium of daily living.

تمرین لغات مهم و ضروی آیلتس درس 24

1. 
This plastic has a __________ texture.

2. 
thriving

3. 
peculiar

4. 
parallel

5. 
There were many __________ between his life and mine.

6. 
originate

7. 
This __________water supply must be closed off to the public.

8. 
affordable

9. 
scattered

10. 
The number of bacteria in the culture was __________.

11. 
Small__________ companies would be harmed by an increase in the minimum wage.

12. 
They feel __________ tired after the mile run.

13. 
strange

14. 
He gave a __________ speech at the convention.

15. 
The building had to be renovated because it was not well __________.

16. 
Flourishing

17. 
The new dictionary is quite __________.

18. 
average

19. 
The lawyer for the defense portrayed his client as a man of __________ integrity.

20. 
The author's talent in wrtting __________ his love of reading books.

21. 
mediocre

22. 
negligible

23. 
The __________ lecture bored most of the audience.

24. 
The invention of the radio was a__________ achievement.

25. 
solid

26. 
remarkable

27. 
A feeling of anxiety was __________ among the members of the team.

28. 
discernible

29. 
somewhat

30. 
potent

31. 
Hurricane Andrew left debris __________ throughout Miami.

32. 
contaminated

33. 
monotonous

34. 
This is a __________ research report.

35. 
similar


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