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400 Must Have Words for the TOEFL LESSON 9 – Memory Vocabulary Test

400 Must Have Words for the TOEFL LESSON 9 - Memory Vocabulary Test

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acquisition [ˌækwəˈzɪʃ(ə)n] n.

The act of taking possession of something

 Our recent acquisition of over 2,000 books makes ours the biggest library in the region.

Usage tips     Acquisition is often followed by of.

Parts of speech     acquire v.

anomaly [əˈnɑməli] n.

Something unusual

 White tigers get their beautiful coloring from a genetic anomaly.

consciously [ˈkɑnʃəsli] adv.

With awareness of one’s actions

 He may have hurt her feelings,but he never would have done so consciously.

Parts of speech     consciousness n., conscious adj.

degrade [dəˈɡreɪd] v.

To reduce in value or strength

 The roads in cold or wet areas of the United States degrade faster than those in warm,sunny regions.

Parts of speech     degradation n., degradable adj.

gap [ɡæp] n.

Opening; a big difference in amount or quality

 The small gap between the walls in the old house caused cold drafts to come in.

indisputable [ˌɪndəˈspjudəb(ə)l] adj.

Beyond doubt; unquestionable

 The members of the jury found her guilty because they found the facts of the case indisputable.

Parts of speech     indisputably adv.

intervene [ˌɪn(t)ərˈvin] v.

To come between

 A good mediator intervenes only as much as necessary to settle a dispute between other parties.

Parts of speech     intervention n.

intuitively [ɪnˈt(j)uədɪvli] adv.

By means of a natural sense about things that are hard to observe

 Many mothers know intuitively when something is wrong with their children.

Parts of speech     intuition n., intuitive adj.

recede [rɪˈsiːd] v.

To move back or away from

 After the age of 30, his hairline began to recede further back from his forehead.

Parts of speech     recession n., recessive adj.

retrieve [rɪˈtriːv] v.

To bring or get back

 Most dogs can be trained to retrieve objects that their owners have thrown.

Parts of speech     retriever n., retrievable adj.

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