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400 Must Have Words for the TOEFL LESSON 6 – Ancient Life Vocabulary Test

400 Must Have Words for the TOEFL LESSON 6 - Ancient Life Vocabulary Test

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accuracy [ˈækjurəsɪ] n.

Precision; exactness

 The research department checks all our articles for accuracy of facts before we print them.

Usage tips     Accuracy is often followed by of.

Parts of speech     accurate adj., accurately adv.

adjacent [əˈdʒeɪsənt] adj.

Next to

 Even though the villages are adjacent to each other, their residents speak different languages.

Usage tips     Adjacent is often followed by to.

Parts of speech     adjacency n.

compress [kəmˈpres] v.

To press together

 To make the foundation stronger, they compressed the soil before pouring the concrete.

Parts of speech     compression n., compressed adj.

feasibly [ˈfiːzəblɪ] adv.

Practically; in a way that can work

 Scientists can’t feasibly bring energy from deep ocean currents to where it is needed—on land.

Parts of speech     feasibility n., feasible adj.

gut [gʌt] v.

To empty or hollow out

 In order to remodel the house, we must first gut it and throw away all the old fixtures.

Usage tips     Gut also means “the stomach of an animal”; this verb makes an image,that the inside of a building is like the inside of an animal.

Parts of speech     gut n., gutted adj.

integrally [ˈin(t)əɡrəli] adv.

In a whole or complete manner

 Writing and spelling are taught integrally as part of the reading program.

Parts of speech     integrate v., integrity n., integral n., integral adj.

overlap [ˌoʊvərˈlæp] v.

To lie over part of something; to have elements in common

 One of the two assistants will likely get fired, since most of their duties in the office overlap.

Parts of speech     overlap n.

retain [rəˈteɪn] v.

To keep or hold

 The rain fell so heavily that the banks of the river could not retain all the water.

Parts of speech     retainer n., retention n.

seep [sip] v.

To pass slowly for a long time, as a liquid or gas might

 As the containers rusted, the toxic waste seeped into the ground.

Usage tips     Seep is often followed by into or through.

structure [ˈstrək(t)ʃər] n.

Something constructed, such as a building

 Most companies have a social structure that can’t be understood by outsiders.

Parts of speech     structure v., structural adj, structurally adv.

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