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لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 9

کاربردی ترین و اصلی ترین واژه های آکادمیک و جنرال آیلتس - لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 9 به شما کمک می کند با تسلط و مهارت بیشتری سوالات ریدینگ و اسپکینگ را پاسخ دهید.

  • accurate
  • acute
  • classify
  • currency
  • deep
  • dense
  • dim
  • display
  • exports
  • gigantic
  • impressive
  • install
  • jargon
  • lasting
  • straightforward
  • uniform
  • vibrant
پخش ویدیو
Accurateدقیق
Acuteحاد، شدید
Classifyطبقه بندی کردن
Currencyواحد پول
Deepعمیق
Denseمتراکم، انبوه
Dimتیره، کم‌نور
Displayنمایش دادن
Exportsصادرات
Giganticغول پیکر
Impressiveچشمگیر
Installنصب کردن، منصوب کردن
Jargonاصطلاحات خاص
Lastingبادوام، ماندنی
Straightforwardسرراست، آسان
Uniformیکنواخت
Vibrantپر جنب و جوش
  • accurate
  • adv. accurately
  • n. accuracy
  • adj. careful and exact
  • syn. precise

She was able to make accurate observations with the new telescope.

Experiments must be conducted with accuracy.


  • acute
  • adv. acutely
  • n. acuteness
  • adj. having a sudden consequence or severe effect
  • syn. intense

The president was acutely aware of the fact that her decision would be unpopular.

He was suffering from an acute headache.


  • classify
  • adj. classified
  • n. classification
  • v. to place into groups according to type
  • syn. arrange

Biologists classify life forms into many phyla.

The library’s catalog is a classification of books in the library.


  • currency
  • n. monetary unit; cash
  • syn. money

Most purchases in foreign countries must be made in the local currency.

The Japanese currency is gaining strength against the dollar.


  • deep
  • adv. deeply
  • n. depth
  • v. deepen
  • adj. far below the surface; complete understanding
  • syn. thorough

Lake Baikal is the deepest lake in the world.

The depth of his understanding of math is remarkable.


  • dense
  • adv. densely
  • n. density
  • adj. closely packed or crowded; difficult to see through
  • syn. thick

The boating accident was caused by the dense fog.

Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated cities in the world.


  • dim
  • adv. dimly
  • n. dimness
  • v. dim
  • adj. not bright or clear
  • syn. faint

The light was too dim for studying.

The stars dimly lit the evening sky.


  • display
  • n. display
  • v. to show; reveal.
  • syn. exhibit

The model displayed the details of the human hand.

The candidate’s display of anger was unfortunate.


  • exports
  • adj. exported
  • v. export
  • n. products sold abroad
  • syn. foreign sales

The United States’ imports now exceed its exports.

Exported goods are usually high in quality.


  • gigantic
  • adv. gigantically
  • n. very large
  • syn. enormous

Reaching the moon was a gigantic step in space exploration for mankind.

New methods of farming offer gigantic advantages over the old methods.


  • impressive
  • adv. impressively
  • v. impress
  • n. impression
  • adj. causing admiration because of an object’s importance, size, or quality
  • syn. imposing

Lincoln’s power of persuasion was impressive.

Everyone left with a good impression of the play.


  • install
  • n. installation
  • n. installer
  • v. to set up or create an office; to place in a fixed position
  • syn. establish

The software we needed was already installed on the computer.

Mr Zandi was installed as president of the Zandi English Website last week.


  • jargon
  • adj. Jargony
  • n. language specific to a profession or activity; dialect
  • syn. terminology

The legal jargon in the contract was confusing.

Science fiction jargon used in television shows and movies often comes from real science.


  • lasting
  • v. last
  • adj. forever; without end
  • syn. enduring

Kennedy left a lasting impression on the people who heard his inaugural address.

The introduction of robots will have a lasting effect on the industry.


  • straightforward
  • adv. straightforwardly
  • n. straightforwardness
  • adj. easy to understand; simple; honest
  • syn. uncomplicated

The assembly directions were straightforward.

His straightforward approach to his business dealings earned him respect.


  • uniform
  • adv. uniformly
  • n. uniformity
  • adj. every part being the same
  • syn. consistent

Bread has a uniform texture.

The grades on the test were uniformly poor.


  • vibrant
  • adv. vibrantly
  • n. vibrancy
  • adj. lively; powerful; full of action; bright
  • syn. brilliant

His vibrant personality made him well-liked by everyone.

The vibrance of the city is attractive to many individuals.

تمرین لغات مهم و ضروی آیلتس درس 9

1. 
lasting

2. 
classify

3. 
She was able to make __________ obseivations with the new telescope.

4. 
The United States' imports now exceed its __________.

5. 
The model __________ the details of the human hand.

6. 
enormous

7. 
depth

8. 
impressive

9. 
dense

10. 
Lincoln's power of persuasion was __________

11. 
Kennedy left a __________ impression on the people who heard his inaugural address.

12. 
vibrant

13. 
His __________ personality made him well liked by everyone.

14. 
Most purchases in foreign countries must be made in the local __________.

15. 
acute

16. 
dialect

17. 
Lake Baikal is the __________ lake in the world.

18. 
The light was too __________ for studying.

19. 
brilliant

20. 
install

21. 
Bread has a __________ texture.

22. 
enduring

23. 
Biologists __________ life forms into many phyla.

24. 
gigantic

25. 
straightforward

26. 
The assembly directions were __________.

27. 
deep

28. 
imposing

29. 
The boating accident was caused by the __________ fog.

30. 
The legal __________ in the contract was confusing.

31. 
The software we needed was already __________ on the computer.

32. 
uniform

33. 
currency

34. 
The president was __________ aware of the fact that her decision would be unpopular.

35. 
Reaching the moon was a __________ step in space exploration for mankind.

36. 
display


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