IELTS Vocabulary

IELTS Vocabulary – You can go through the following words to enhance your vocabulary. While practicing for the IELTS sample paper, you can use these words to improve your writing and speaking in the exam

Vocabulary

Appraisal– assessment, judgment

Amendment- alteration, modification

Alliance– agreement, association

Adequate– sufficient, enough

Acquisition– attainment, acquirement

Benchmark– standard, level

Brochure– booklet, pamphlet

Competency-capability, ability

Commute– travel, go back and forth

Contradictory- conflicting, differing

Complex– difficult, intricate

Commitment– promise, vow

Communication– contact, convey message

Caliber- ability, talent

Diversity– variety, mutiplicity

Deflation- depreciation, devaluation

Deliberately– intentionally, purposely

Dearth– scarcity, shortage

Deficit– shortage, debit

Depreciate– decline, decrease in value

Designation– Title, label

Destination– aim, goal

Dilapidated– decaying, rundown

Drastic– severe, extreme

Endeavor– attempt, effort

Evidence- proof, facts

Enhance– improve, add to

Explore– discover, look at

Eliminate– remove, eradicate

Exquisite– delicate, lovely

Excursion– tour, pleasure trip

Egocentric– selfish,self-centred

Elaborate– detail, explain

Elegant– stylish, graceful

Embarrass– humiliate, make conscious

Eminent– well known, famous

Empathy– understanding, compassion

Endurance– patience, stamina

Flourish– grow, prosper

Falsehood– dishonest, lies

Facilitate– make easy, make possible

Fastidious– fussy, choosy

Forthcoming– approaching, coming up

Garnish– decorate, embellish

Garrulous– talkative, chatty

Generosity– kindness, openhandedness

Glance– quick look, glimpse

Glimpse– peep, sight

Gorgeous– beautiful, attractive

Gratitude– thanks, thankfulness

Hindrance– obstacle, barrier

Hilarious– very funny, amusing

Hospitality– kindness, generosity

Infrastructure– transportation, road and rail network

Isolation– loneliness, separation

Inflation– price rises, the price increase

Imperative– very important, vital

Incredible– unbelievable, far-fetched

Innovation– novelty, modernism

Intrinsic– essential, fundamental

Laborious– backbreaking, painstaking

Landmark– signpost, milestone

Lucrative– well paid, worthwhile

Magnanimous–  high minded, generous

Magnificent– wonderful, glorius

Mandatory– compulsory, fixed

Manipulate– influence, control

Marvelous– wonderful, excellent

Masterpiece– work of art, work of genius

Memorable– unforgettable, outstanding

Miniature– small, tiny

Monopoly– control, domination

Negotiable– unfixed, flexible

Obstinate– stubborn, determined

Opportunity– chance, occasion

Optimistic– positive, hopeful

Orthodox– conventional, traditional

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Vocabulary

Laborious– backbreaking, painstaking

Landmark– signpost, milestone

Lucrative– well paid, worthwhile

Magnanimous–  high minded, generous

Magnificent– wonderful, glorius

Mandatory– compulsory, fixed

Manipulate– influence, control

Marvelous– wonderful, excellent

Masterpiece– work of art, work of genius

Memorable– unforgettable, outstanding

Miniature– small, tiny

Monopoly– control, domination

Negotiable– unfixed, flexible

Obstinate– stubborn, determined

Opportunity– chance, ocassion

Optimistic– positive, hopeful

Orthodox– conventional, traditional

Pioneer– lead the way

Passion– zeal, enthusiasm

Promote– endorse, sponsor

Pessimistic – negative

Proficient– expert, skillfull

Provoke– aggravate, irritate

Recapitulate– sum up, review

Recompense– reward, compensate

Redundant– surplus, superflous

Reinforcement– strengthening

Relish– enjoy

Remunerate– pay, reward

Retaliate– reach, get revenge

Sanctity– purity, sacredness

Scrupulous– through, careful

Segregate–  separate, isolate

Souvenir– remembrance, momento

Spendthrift– wastrel, compulsive shopper

Splendor– Magnificent, brilliance

Stupendous– astonishing, surprising

Surveillance– close watch, examination

Tackle– deal with, undertake

Temperament– temper, nature

Turbulent– confused, unstable

Temptation– lure, attraction

Unanimous– common, undisputed

Unfortunate– unlucky, ill- fated

Unpleasant– unlikable, disagreeable

Versatile– all around, flexible

Veteran– experienced person, expert

Vicinity– surrounding area, locality

Vigilant– watchful, attentive

Violate– disobey, break

Vivacious– cheerful, full of life

Vulnerable– in danger, at risk

Wardrobe–  attire, clothing

Wrangle– dispute, argue

Wrinkle– fold, crumple

Yearn– desire, crave

Zest– Enthusiasm, keenness

Zoom– go fast, whoosh