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Vocabulary Exercise 4: TOEFL

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complement
v.-supplement; complete n-supplement; addition
compliment
v.-praise; flatter; commend n.-praise; flattery
comprehensive
adj. complete; thorough; exhaustive
compulsory
adj. necessary; obligatory; mandatory
concede
v. admit; acknowledge; recognize
concise
adj. brief; short; abbreviated
concrete
adj. tangible; specific; real
conflict
n. 1-disagreement; argument 2-battle; war
congregate
v. assemble; gather
conspicuous
adj. noticeable; obvious; prominent
constant
adj. continuous; steady
contemplate
v. think about; ponder; speculate
controversial
adj. disputable; debatable
convenient
adj. accessible; available; handy
conventional
adj. standard; ordinary; normal
cope with
v. deal with; manage; handle
copious
adj. abundant; ample; plentiful
cordial
adj. congenial; warm; friendly
cosmopolitan
adj. 1-sophisticated; worldly; urbane; well-traveled 2-international; worldwide; universal
courteous
adj. polite; refined; gracious
covert
adj. secret; hidden
cozy
adj. 1-comfortable; warm 2-friendly; intimate; close
crave
v. desire; long for; hope for
craving
n. desire; need
craze
n. fad; popular (but short-lived) fashion
critical
adj. 1-unfavorable; fault-finding; disapproving 2-important; crucial; vital; key 3-serious; grave; dangerous 4-analytical; judgmental
crooked
adj. 1-curved; twisted/zigzag 2-dishonest; corrupt
crucial
adj. critical; decisive; key
crude
adj. 1-rude; impolite; vulgar 2-unprocessed; raw; unrefined
cruel
adj. brutal; vicious; ruthless
cryptic
adj. secret; mysterious
curb
v. restrict; limit; control
curious
adj. 1-inquisitive; fascinated 2-odd; strange; unusual
curt
adj. abrupt; blunt; impolite