Saturday, October 15, 2011

TOEFL-ийн шалгалтанд хамгийн элбэг тохиолддог 100 үг

acquiesce- agree, accept without protest

affable- polite and friendly, easy to talk to

affliction- distress, suffering

affluent- wealthy, abundant

agitate- move, shake, stir up

ambiguous- having more then one meaning

annex- take possession of

aqueous- of or like water

arduous- demanding great effort, strenuous

aroma- quality or surrounding atmosphere considered typical

atone- make repayment

avarice- greed

bellicose- inclined to fighting

calisthenics- exercises to develop strong bodies

captor- person who takes smb captive

concoct- invent, prepare by mixing together

dangle- hand or swing loosely

deprive- take away from, prevent from using

diligent- hard-working

disrobe- undress

docile- easily trained or controlled

doleful- dismal, mourful

drought- a long period of dry weather

dubious- feeling doubt

dumbfound- astonish

efface- rub or wipe out, obliterate

elucidate- to make understandable

enchant- charm, delight

endeavor- to make an effort, to try very hard

endorse- approve, support a claim or statement

enthral- take the whole attention, enslave

exploit- to use for selfish advantage or profit

extensive- far-reaching

extol- to praise highly

flimsy- lacking solidarity, strength

fraud- a fault, a deception

gaudy- too bright and showy

ghastly- death-like, pale and ill

grumble- to complain

harass- worry, trouble

heretic- very busy; active

impediment- smth that hinders (esp in speech)

indigenous- native

insatiate- never satisfied

intrepid- fearless

irate- angry

jeopardy- danger

leash- control

loafer- an idle, lazy person

lucrative- profitable

lustrous- bright; shining

malign- to slander

meddle- to interfere, to intrude

mend- to repair

mirth- being merry and happy

nausea- feeling of sickness

neglect- pay no attention to

nocturnal- of or in the night

obese- very fat

obsolete- no longer useful, outdated

perch- take up a high position

pervade- spread through every part of

petulant- unreasonably impatient or irritable

pillage- plunder (esp in war)

presumptuous- too bold or self-confident

quashed- annuled

quenching- satisfy, put an end to, put out

refurbished- make clean, as if like new

rejoicing- happiness, joy

reticent- in the habit of saying little

reverberate- be sent back, again and again

rigor- sternness, strictness, severe conditions

rotundity- state of being round

salvage- the saving of property from loss

scattered- not situated together

shatter- to break into many pieces

shunned- avoided, kept away from

sketchy- shortly, roughly, quickly

sporadic- happening from time to time

stifled- suppressed, kept back

strive- to make great efforts, to struggle

subsequent- following

succumb- yield, die

taciturn- unspoken, silent

tantalize- raise hopes that cannot be realized

tentative- uncertain, probable

torpid- dull and slow

treacherous- not to be trusted, perfidious

tremor- thrill

tyro- a beginner

uproar- noise and excitement

vanity- a foolish pride

vehemence- forcefulness; intensity; conviction

vigilance- watchfulness

vindicate- prove the truth

voluptuous- arousing sensual pleasures

wan-looking ill, not bright

wile- a trick

wrinkle- make small lines (eg forehead)

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