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لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 8

کاربردی ترین و اصلی ترین واژه های آکادمیک و جنرال آیلتس - لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 8 به شما کمک می کند با تسلط و مهارت بیشتری سوالات ریدینگ و اسپکینگ را پاسخ دهید.

  • accelerate
  • creep
  • crush
  • cultivate
  • dictate
  • distinguish
  • docile
  • engender
  • engross
  • flaw
  • harvest
  • mammoth
  • mirror
  • obtain
  • particle
  • settle
  • transport
پخش ویدیو
Accelerateسرعت بخشیدن، شتاب دادن
Creepخزیدن
Crushخرد کردن
Cultivateکشت کردن، ترویج کردن
Dictateدیکته کردن
Distinguishتشخیص دادن
Docileرام
Engenderتولید نسل کردن
Engrossغرق در فکر چیزی
Flawنقض
Harvestمحصول، درو کردن
Mammothبزرگ، ماموت
Mirrorبازتاب، آینه
Obtainبه دست آوردن
Particleذره
Settleمستقر شدن، حل کردن
Transportحمل و نقل
  • accelerate
  • n. acceleration
  • n. accelerator
  • v. to go faster
  • syn. hasten

The action of molecules accelerates when they are heated.

The poor condition of the motor made acceleration difficult.


  • creep
  • adj. creeping
  • v. to move slowly and quietly close to the ground; to begin to happen
  • syn. crawl

Some mistakes are beginning to creep into his work.

Ivy is a creeping variety of plants.


  • crush
  • adj. crushing
  • n. crush
  • v. to press together so as to completely distort the shape or nature of the object
  • syn. grind

The machine crushes corn to produce cornmeal.

Passage of the legislation was a crushing blow to the president’s program.


  • cultivate
  • adj. cultivated
  • n. cultivation
  • v. to plant and raise a crop; to encourage the growth of a relationship or friendship
  • syn. grow

The professionals had common interests that allowed them to cultivate a working relationship with each other.

The cultivation of diverse crops in pre-Columbian America is well documented.


  • dictate
  • adj. dictatorial
  • n. dictator
  • v. to state demands with the power to enforce
  • syn. impose

The workers were not in a position to dictate demands to management.

His boss resembled a dictator.


  • distinguish
  • adj. distinguishable
  • adj. distinguished
  • adj. distinguishing
  • v. to hear, see or recognize differences
  • syn. discriminate

Some people cannot distinguish colors well.

Anteaters are distinguished by their long noses.


  • docile
  • adv. docilely
  • n. docility
  • adj. easy to control or train
  • syn. manageable

The moose is typically a very docile animal.

Many rebellious young people see docility as a weakness.


  • engender
  • v. to cause something new to exist; to create
  • syn. produce

the politician’s charisma engendered enthusiasm.

Economic conditions in the 1950s engendered an era of industrial growth.


  • engross
  • n. engrossment
  • adj. engrossing
  • v. to become completely occupied or involved in an activity
  • syn. engage

The teacher’s lecture engrossed the entire class.

Henry’s short stories engross readers all the way to their surprise endings.


  • flaw
  • adj. flawed
  • n. a small sign of damage that makes an item imperfect
  • syn. defect

There is a flaw in his theory.

They noticed that the contract was flawed.


  • harvest
  • adj. harvested
  • v. harvest
  • n. the act of collecting a crop; the crops gathered
  • syn. gather

The United States had a comparatively good grain harvest this year.

They were able to harvest the crop before the rain.


  • mammoth
  • n. mammoth
  • adj. very large
  • syn. enormous

The successful entrepreneur is now known as a mammoth in the computer world.

The physics teacher required the students to purchase a mammoth textbook.


  • mirror
  • n. mirror
  • v. to show, as in a mirror
  • syn. reflect

The results of the study mirror public opinion.

The strength of the economy is mirrored in the standard of living of the people.


  • obtain
  • adj. obtainable
  • v. to gain or secure something
  • syn. gain

The university obtained a new particle accelerator.

The painting by Ali Rahimi was not obtainable.


  • particle
  • n. a very small piece of something
  • syn. fragment

Particles of dust can destroy electronic instruments.

Small particles of matter hold the keys to understanding the origin of life.


  • settle
  • adj. settled
  • n. settlement
  • v. to establish a home; to resolve a disagreement
  • syn. colonize

People arriving from the South settled in Shiraz.

The lawyers settled their differences and came to an agreement.


  • transport
  • adj. transportable
  • adj. transported
  • n. transportation
  • v. to move from one place to another
  • syn. carry

Flying is not always the fastest way to transport passengers to their destination.

The transportation expenses of products increase the final cost of the item.

تمرین لغات مهم و ضروی آیلتس درس 8

1. 
distinguish

2. 
reflect

3. 
__________ of dust can destroy electronic instruments.

4. 
creep

5. 
crop

6. 
The moose is typically a very __________ animal.

7. 
reflect

8. 
discriminate

9. 
dictate

10. 
flaws

11. 
particle

12. 
crush

13. 
The politician's charisma __________ enthusiasm.

14. 
The workers were not in a position to __________ demands to management.

15. 
The university __________ a new particle accelerator.

16. 
Flying is not always the fastest way to __________ passengers to their destination.

17. 
The United States had a comparatively good grain __________ this year.

18. 
The teacher's lecture __________ the entire class.

19. 
fragments

20. 
The results of the study __________ public opinion.

21. 
The successful entrepreneur is now known as a __________ in the computer world.

22. 
mammoth

23. 
hasten

24. 
Some mistakes are beginning to __________ into his work.

25. 
Some people cannot __________ colors well.

26. 
The professionals had common interests that allowed them to __________ a working relationship with each other.

27. 
The action of molecules __________ when they are heated.

28. 
settle

29. 
cultivated

30. 
engendered

31. 
The machine __________ corn to produce cornmeal.

32. 
People arriving from the South __________ in California.

33. 
There is a __________ in his theory.

34. 
flaw

35. 
manageable

36. 
colonize


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