Nóng bỏng tay với 500 Family Words cực chất

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Vocabulary for ielts - Family words
Vocabulary for ielts

Từ vựng học IELTS

Words Family Words Definitions
Accompany accompanied
accompanies
accompaniment
accompanying
unaccompanied
To travel or go somewhere with somebody.
Ex: Warships will accompany the convoy.
Accommodate accommodated
accommodates
accommodating
accommodation
Provide somebody with a room to sleep
Ex:The hotel can accommodate up to 500 guests.
Assume assumed
assumes
assuming
assumption
assumptions
Think or accept that something is true but without having proof of it
Ex: Let us assume for a moment that the plan success
Advocate advocacy
advocated
advocates
advocating
To support something publicly
Ex: The group does not advocate the use of violence
Benefit

 

beneficial
beneficiary
beneficiaries
benefited
benefiting
benefits
an advantage that something gives you; a helpful and useful effect that something has
Ex:I’ve had the benefit of a good education
Contradict contradicted
contradicting
contradiction
contradictions
contradictory
contradicts
to say that something that somebody else has said is wrong, and that the opposite is true
Ex: All evening her husband contradicted everything she said.
Context contexts
contextual
contextualise
contextualised
contextualising
uncontextualised
the situation in which something happens and that helps you to understand it
Ex: Such databases are being used in a wide range of contexts.
Conceive conceivable
conceivably
conceived
conceives
conceiving
inconceivable
inconceivably
to form an idea, a plan, etc. in your mind; to imagine something
Ex: He conceived the idea of transforming the old power station into an arts centre.
nonconformist nonconformists
nonconformity
non-conformist
non-conformists
non-conformity
to behave and think in the same way as most other people in a group or society
Ex: He refused to conform to the local customs.
complement complementary
complemented
complementing
complements
to add to something in a way that improves it or makes it more attractive
Ex: The team needs players who complement each other.
Distribute distributed
distributing
distribution
distributional
distributions
distributive
distributor
distributors
redistribute
redistributed
redistributes
redistributing
redistribution
to give things to a large number of people; to share something between a number of people
Ex: The money was distributed among schools in the area.
Dramatic dramadramas
dramatically
dramatise
dramatised
dramatising
dramatises
dramatisation
dramatisations
dramatist
dramatists
dramatization
dramatizations
dramatize
dramatized
dramatizes
an exciting event
Ex: A powerful human drama was unfolding before our eyes.
Over-estimate overestimate
overestimated
overestimates
overestimating
underestimate
underestimated
underestimates
underestimating
a judgement that you make without having the exact details or figures about the size, amount, cost, etc. of something
Ex: At least 5 000 people were killed, and that’s a conservative estimate (= the real figure will be higher).
Formula formulae
formulas
formulate
formulated
formulating
formulation
formulations
reformulate
reformulated
reformulating
reformulation
reformulations
a series of letters, numbers or symbols that represent a rule or law
Ex: This formula is used to calculate the area of a circle.
Global globeglobal
globally
globalisation
globalization
the world (used especially to emphasize its size)
Ex: tourists from every corner of the globe
Guarantee guaranteed
guaranteeing
guarantees
 

a firm promise that you will do something or that something will happen
Ex: They are demanding certain guarantees before they sign the treaty.

Highlight highlighted
highlighting
highlights
to emphasize something, especially so that people give it more attention
Ex: The report highlights the major problems facing society today.
Hierarchy hierarchical
hierarchies
a system, especially in a society or an organization, in which people are organized into different levels of importance from highest to lowest
Ex: She’s quite high up in the management hierarchy.
Interpret interpretation
interpretations
interpretative
interpreted
interpreting
interpretive
interprets
to explain the meaning of something
Ex:The students were asked to interpret the poem.
incline inclination
inclinations
inclined
inclines
inclining
to tend to think or behave in a particular way; to make somebody do this
Ex: I incline to the view that we should take no action at this stage.
intensive intenseintensely
intenseness
intensification
intensified
intensifies
intensify
intensifying
intension
intensity
very great; very strong
Ex: The President is under intense pressure to resign.
justify justifiable
justifiably
justification
justifications
justified
justifies
justifying
to show that somebody/something is right or reasonable
Ex: How can they justify paying such huge salaries?
liberal liberalise
liberalism
liberalisation
liberalised
liberalises
liberalising
liberalization
liberalize
liberalized
liberalizes
wanting or allowing a lot of political and economic freedom and supporting gradual social, political or religious change
Ex: Some politicians want more liberal trade relations with Europe.
Legislate legislated
legislates
legislating
legislation
legislative
legislator
legislators
to make a law affecting something
Ex: The government will legislate against discrimination in the workplace.
Misinterpret misinterpretation
misinterpretations
misinterpreted
misinterpreting
misinterprets
reinterpret
reinterpreted
reinterprets
reinterpreting
reinterpretation
to understand something/somebody wrongly
Ex: His comments were misinterpreted as a criticism of the project.
major majorities
majority
very large or important
Ex: There were calls for major changes to the welfare system.
methods methodmethodical
methodological
methodologies
methodology
a particular way of doing something
Ex: the best method for arriving at an accurate prediction of the costs
neutral neutralisation
neutralise
neutralised
neutralises
neutralising
neutrality
neutralization
neutralize
neutralized
neutralizes
neutralizing
not supporting or helping either side in a disagreement, competition, etc.
Ex:Journalists are supposed to be politically neutral.
occur occurred
occurrence
occurrences
occurring
occurs
reoccur
reoccurred
reoccurring
reoccurs
to happen
Ex:  Something unexpected occurred.
Predominant predominance
predominantly
predominate
predominated
predominates
predominating
most obvious or noticeable
Ex: Yellow is the predominant colour this spring in the fashion world.
proceed procedural
procedure
procedures
proceeded
proceeding
proceedings
proceeds
to continue doing something that has already been started; to continue being done
Ex: He left detailed instructions about the best way to proceed
priority priorities
prioritisation
prioritise
prioritised
prioritises
prioritising
prioritization
prioritize
prioritized
prioritizes
prioritizing
something that you think is more important than other things and should be dealt with first
Ex: Financial security was high on his list of priorities.
respond respondent
responding
responds
response
responses
responsive
responsiveness
unresponsive
to give a spoken or written answer to somebody/something
Ex: I asked him his name, but he didn’t respond.
reverse reversal
reversed
reverses
reversible
reversing
reversals
irreversible
to ask for a seat, table, room, etc. to be available for you or somebody else at a future time
Ex: I’d like to reserve a table for three for eight o’clock.
significant significantly
significance
significantly
signified
signifies
signify
signifying
large or important enough to have an effect or to be noticed
Ex: The results of the experiment are not statistically significant.
subsidy subsidiary
subsidies
subsidise
subsidised
subsidises
subsidising
subsidize
subsidized
subsidizes
subsidizing
money that is paid by a government or an organization to reduce the costs of services or of producing goods so that their prices can be kept low
Ex: to reduce the level of subsidy
transform transformation
transformations
transformed
transforming
to change the form of something
Ex: The photochemical reactions transform the light into electrical impulses.
transport transportation
transported
transporter
transporters
transporting
transports
a system for carrying people or goods from one place to another using vehicles, roads, etc.
Ex: the government’s transport policy
utilise utilisation
utilises
utilising
utiliser
utilisers
utility
utilities
utilization
utilize
utilized
utilizes
to use something, especially for a practical purpose
Ex: The resources at our disposal could have been better utilised.
vary invariable
invariably
variability
variable
variables
variably
variance
variant
variants
variation
variations
to be different from each other in size, shape, etc.
Ex: New techniques were introduced with varying degrees of success.
visual visualise
visualised
visualising
visualisation
visualize
visualized
visualizing
visualization
visually
of or connected with seeing or sight
Ex: The photographs she takes are a visual record of her travels.

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