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English vocabulary (Synonyms) *new method to remember vocabulary*
cover up
bewilderment, confused
remarkably
selfless
Conceal
dazed
eminently (It was an eminently enjoyable evening)
magnanimous
cover up
Conceal
bewilderment, confused
dazed
59 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop New Edition Units 7 - 9 Synonyms
abhor
amend
buffet
chaos
detest, despise, abominate
modify, improve, correct
batter, sock, thump, pummel, toss about
anarchy, turmoil, pandemonium
abhor
detest, despise, abominate
amend
modify, improve, correct
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop New Edition Level E Unit 2 with Synonyms and Antonyms
adroit
amicable
averse
belligerent
skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind... syn: clever,…
peaceable, friendly... syn: congenial, neighborly
having a deep-seated distaste; opposed, unwilling... syn: disinc…
given to fighting, warlike; combative, aggressive, one at war…
adroit
skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind... syn: clever,…
amicable
peaceable, friendly... syn: congenial, neighborly
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop New Edition Level E unit 14 synonyms
alacrity
alleviate
antithesis
appall
promptness, willingness, dispatch, celerity
lessen, lighten, allay, mitigate, assuage
contrary, antipode
shock, stun, stupefy, horrify
alacrity
promptness, willingness, dispatch, celerity
alleviate
lessen, lighten, allay, mitigate, assuage
145 terms
FCE Expert New Edition 2014 Vocabulary Module 3 English-English
heritage
site
crisis
attack
important features belonging to the culture of a patricular s…
a place qhere sth is, war or will be built
a situation that has reached an extremely difficult point
a violent act intended to hurt or damage sb or sth
heritage
important features belonging to the culture of a patricular s…
site
a place qhere sth is, war or will be built
34 terms
Sadler-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop New Edition: Level G: Unit 13: Synonyms and Atonyms
abstruse
affront
canard
captious
Synonym(s): esoteric, arcane, recondite, occult
Synonym(s): offense, offend
Synonym(s): hoax
Synonym(s): faultfinding, nit-picking, carping
abstruse
Synonym(s): esoteric, arcane, recondite, occult
affront
Synonym(s): offense, offend
25 terms
English 9 - New Edition _ Unit 1. Local Environment - Vocabulary
artisan (n)
attraction (n)
authenticity (n)
cast, casting (v)
thợ làm nghề thủ công (người chuyên làm một nghề thủ công)
điểm hấp dẫn (địa điểm tham quan thu hút nhiều khách du lịch)
hàng thật (chất lượng cao)
đúc (làm nóng chảy, đổ khuôn một kim loại hay một vật gì đó đ…
artisan (n)
thợ làm nghề thủ công (người chuyên làm một nghề thủ công)
attraction (n)
điểm hấp dẫn (địa điểm tham quan thu hút nhiều khách du lịch)
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop New Edition Level E Unit 2 with Synonyms and Antonyms
adroit
amicable
averse
belligerent
syn: clever... ant: clumsy
syn: congenial... ant: hostile
syn: disinclined... ant: eager
syn: assertive... ant: peaceful
adroit
syn: clever... ant: clumsy
amicable
syn: congenial... ant: hostile
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop New Edition Level E Unit 2 with Synonyms and Antonyms
adroit
amicable
averse
belligerent
skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind... syn: clever,…
peaceable, friendly... syn: congenial, neighborly... ant: hostile,…
having a deep-seated distaste; opposed, unwilling... syn: disinc…
given to fighting, warlike; combative, aggressive, one at war…
adroit
skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind... syn: clever,…
amicable
peaceable, friendly... syn: congenial, neighborly... ant: hostile,…
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop New Edition Level E Unit 9 Synonyms
allocate
ardent
assiduous
brash
assign, allot, apportion
intense, zealous, fervent, avid
industrious, unremitting, sedulous
rash, impetuous, brazen, impertinent
allocate
assign, allot, apportion
ardent
intense, zealous, fervent, avid
19 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop (New Edition) Level H: Unit 10 Synonyms and Antonyms
acumen
adjudicate
anachronism
apocryphal
(SYN: perspicacity, shrewdness, acuity... ANT: ignorance, stupid…
(SYN: arbitrate, referee, mediate)
(SYN: chronological error)
(SYN: fictitious, mythical, spurious, bogus... ANT: authentic, g…
acumen
(SYN: perspicacity, shrewdness, acuity... ANT: ignorance, stupid…
adjudicate
(SYN: arbitrate, referee, mediate)
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop New Edition Level E unit 14 synonyms
alacrity
alleviate
antithesis
appall
dispatch, celerity
allay, mitigate, assuage
antipode
shock, stun, stupefy, horrify
alacrity
dispatch, celerity
alleviate
allay, mitigate, assuage
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop (New Edition) Level H: Unit 10 Synonyms and Antonyms
acumen
adjudicate
anachronism
apocryphal
(SYN: perspicacity, shrewdness, acuity... ANT: ignorance, stupid…
(SYN: arbitrate, referee, mediate)
(SYN: chronological error)
(SYN: fictitious, mythical, spurious, bogus... ANT: authentic, g…
acumen
(SYN: perspicacity, shrewdness, acuity... ANT: ignorance, stupid…
adjudicate
(SYN: arbitrate, referee, mediate)
19 terms
Sadler-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop New Edition: Level G: Unit 13: Synonyms and Atonyms
abstruse
affront
canard
captious
Synonym(s): esoteric, arcane, recondite, occult
Synonym(s): offense, offend
Synonym(s): hoax
Synonym(s): faultfinding, nit-picking, carping
abstruse
Synonym(s): esoteric, arcane, recondite, occult
affront
Synonym(s): offense, offend
Sadler-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop New Edition: Level G: Unit 13: Synonyms and Atonyms
affront
cognizant
contrite
decorous
Synonym(s): offense, offend
Synonym(s): conscious, acquainted
Synonym(s): remorseful, rueful
Synonym(s): seemly, becoming, tasteful
affront
Synonym(s): offense, offend
cognizant
Synonym(s): conscious, acquainted
15 terms
Sadler-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop New Edition: Level G: Unit 13: Synonyms and Atonyms
abstruse
affront
captious
cognizant
Antonym(s): simple, straightforward
Antonym(s): compliment, praise
Antonym(s): uncritical
Antonym(s): unaware, unconscious, oblivious
abstruse
Antonym(s): simple, straightforward
affront
Antonym(s): compliment, praise
14 terms
Sadler-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop New Edition: Level G: Unit 13: Synonyms and Atonyms
abstruse
affront
captious
cognizant
Antonym(s): simple, straightforward
Antonym(s): compliment, praise
Antonym(s): uncritical
Antonym(s): unaware, unconscious, oblivious
abstruse
Antonym(s): simple, straightforward
affront
Antonym(s): compliment, praise
34 terms
Sadler-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop New Edition: Level G: Unit 13: Synonyms and Atonyms
abstruse
affront
canard
captious
Synonym(s): esoteric, arcane, recondite, occult
Synonym(s): offense, offend
Synonym(s): hoax
Synonym(s): faultfinding, nit-picking, carping
abstruse
Synonym(s): esoteric, arcane, recondite, occult
affront
Synonym(s): offense, offend
60 terms
Vocabulary Workshop: Level C(New Edition) Unit 1-3 Synonyms and Antonyms
adage
bonanza
churlish
citadel
synonyms: maxim, aphorism
synonym: windfall
synonyms: surly, ill-tempered... antonyms: courteous, civil, wel…
synonyms: fort, stronghold, bulwark, bastion
adage
synonyms: maxim, aphorism
bonanza
synonym: windfall
21 terms
LASER B2 (NEW EDITION) UNIT 1 VOCABULARY PAGES 6-7 ENGLISH-ENGLISH
Anger
Annoy (v)
Argument
Criticism
A generally unproductive emotion of strong feelings of disple…
to disturb or bother
an oral disagreement; verbal opposition; contention; altercat…
Complaints about another person or the person's behaviour
Anger
A generally unproductive emotion of strong feelings of disple…
Annoy (v)
to disturb or bother
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LASER B2 (NEW EDITION) UNIT 1 VOCABULARY PAGES 6-7 ENGLISH-SPANISH
Anger
Annoy (v)
Argument
Criticism
enfado
molestar
discusión con enfado
crítica (negativa)
Anger
enfado
Annoy (v)
molestar
53 terms
New English File Upper-Intermediate Third edition File 2 Vocabulary Bank
bow
cardigan
checked
collar
...
...
...
...
bow
...
cardigan
...
20 terms
Synonyms and Antonyms for Vocabulary Workshop Sadlier - Oxford New edition With online Audio Program Level C Unit 4 - Vocabulary
annul
blasé
bolster
deplore
Synonyms - cancel, abolish... Antonyms - validate, authorize
Antonyms - enthusiastic, passionate
Synonyms - strengthen, reinforce... Antonyms - undetermined, wea…
Synonyms - lament, bemoan... Antonyms - approve, commend
annul
Synonyms - cancel, abolish... Antonyms - validate, authorize
blasé
Antonyms - enthusiastic, passionate
14 terms
New English File Pre-intermediate 3rd Edition Vocabulary bank p.150 - 152
sightseeing
abroad
disgusting
delicious
walking around somewhere on holiday and looking at things
not your home country
really not nice
nice to eat
sightseeing
walking around somewhere on holiday and looking at things
abroad
not your home country
20 terms
English Vocab Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Workshop New Edition Level F unit 2 modified definitions
Ameliorate
Aplomb
Bombastic
Callow
Improve make better correct
Poise assurance self confidence perpendicular
Pompous, big words, overblown language
Not developed, immature, W/o feathers
Ameliorate
Improve make better correct
Aplomb
Poise assurance self confidence perpendicular
37 terms
New Headway (fourth edition) vocabulary unit 2 voc and speaking,everyday english
drill
(to) plant
(to) keep fit
racket
Bohrer
pflanzen
sich fit halten
Schläger
drill
Bohrer
(to) plant
pflanzen
17 terms
synonyms
happy
excited
sad
dark
glad pleased joyful
thrilled enthusiastic high
unhappy gloomy glum miserable
gloomy murky shady unlit
happy
glad pleased joyful
excited
thrilled enthusiastic high
58 terms
synonyms
descend
amaze
mistake
protect
go down
surprise
error
guard
descend
go down
amaze
surprise
30 terms
English - Synonyms
glad
nice
wonderful
awful
happy
pleasant
marvelous
terrible
glad
happy
nice
pleasant
20 terms
VOCABULARY - New English File Pre-intermediate
behind
in front of
next to
below
The opposite of 'in front of'
The opposite of 'behind'
The synonym of 'beside'
The synonym of 'under'
behind
The opposite of 'in front of'
in front of
The opposite of 'behind'
56 terms
Synonyms
watch
anger
angered
ask
observe
rage
outraged
question
watch
observe
anger
rage
36 terms
Synonyms
boring
important
quiet
interesting
tedious, dull
essential, vital
calm, peaceful
fascinating, captivating
boring
tedious, dull
important
essential, vital
10 terms
English Vocabulary
audacity
evacuated
etiquette
lavishly
boldness; daring
remove from an area
acceptable manners
plentifully
audacity
boldness; daring
evacuated
remove from an area
News & the Media Vocabulary (French-English)
news (U)
presenter
article
listener
actualités (les)
animateur
article
auditeur
news (U)
actualités (les)
presenter
animateur
30 terms
English Vocabulary
Tithe
Benign
Contemptuous
Coagulating
one tenth of annual produce or earnings
Gentle; kindly
showing contempt (feeling a person or thing is worthless or b…
change to a sold or a semi-solid state
Tithe
one tenth of annual produce or earnings
Benign
Gentle; kindly
18 terms
Adjectives - synonyms - simple
large
famous
usual
oral
big
well-known
normal
verbal
large
big
famous
well-known
10 terms
Episode 5 Practical English - At a restaurant
main course
dessert
starter
soup
main course
dessert
24 terms
English
Analogy
Clause
Edit
Expository Writing
A comparison between two things
A group of words that have a subject and a predicate
To correct errors in a text
Nonfiction writing that informs, explains, or describes
Analogy
A comparison between two things
Clause
A group of words that have a subject and a predicate
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford: Level F: Unit 6
Anomalous
Aspersion
Bizarre
Brusque
(adj.) Abnormal, irregular, departing form the usual.... Synon…
(n) A damaging or derogatory statement; the act of slandering…
(adj.) Extremely strange, unusual, atypical.... Synonyms: Grot…
(adj.) Abrupt, blunt, with no formalities.... Synonyms: Curt,…
Anomalous
(adj.) Abnormal, irregular, departing form the usual.... Synon…
Aspersion
(n) A damaging or derogatory statement; the act of slandering…
59 terms
New English File Upper-intermediate File 1A
badge
chat (verb)
embarrassing
eyebrows
a small round object that fastens onto your clothes with a pi…
talk socially without exchanging too much information
making you feel nervous, ashamed, or stupid
the hair above each of a person'e eyes
badge
a small round object that fastens onto your clothes with a pi…
chat (verb)
talk socially without exchanging too much information
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 15
abrasive
acclimate
chagrin
complacent
adj.) causing irritation, harsh; grinding or wearing down; ... (…
(v.) to adapt a new climate, environment, or situation... syn: a…
n.) irritation or humiliation caused by disappointment or fru…
(adj.) self-satisfied; overly content... syn: smug, unconcerned…
abrasive
adj.) causing irritation, harsh; grinding or wearing down; ... (…
acclimate
(v.) to adapt a new climate, environment, or situation... syn: a…
15 terms
New English File Elementary 1A ENG
Nice to meet you!
How are you?
See you
Fine, thanks.
Synonym of HELLO
Are you OK?
Synonym of Good-Bye
I'm Good.
Nice to meet you!
Synonym of HELLO
How are you?
Are you OK?
30 terms
New English File Intermediate File 4A ENG
confiscate
interrogate
revision
attention
To take away someone's private possession. For example by the…
To ask questions, examine by questioning.
It is a good idea to do some -------- before an exam.
Young children usually cannot pay --------- for more than 15…
confiscate
To take away someone's private possession. For example by the…
interrogate
To ask questions, examine by questioning.
20 terms
Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 3
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
(n.) an enemy, opponent... SYNONYMS: antagonist, rival, foe... ANT…
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
(n.) a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever…
(v.) to compel, force... SYNONYMS: pressure, bully, intimidate,…
adversary
(n.) an enemy, opponent... SYNONYMS: antagonist, rival, foe... ANT…
alienate
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
20 terms
Colloquial English: Talking about interviews (English File Upper Int 3rd ed. SB p12-13)
to commence
background
to settle down
to encourage
to start, to begin something
a person's education, experience, and social circumstances/ o…
adopt a more steady or secure style of life, especially in a…
give support, confidence, or hope to someone
to commence
to start, to begin something
background
a person's education, experience, and social circumstances/ o…
20 terms
Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 2
adroit
amicable
averse
belligerent
Definition:(adj.) skillful, expert in the use of the hands or…
Definition:(adj.) peaceable, friendly... Synonyms: congenial, ne…
Definition:(adj.) having a deep-seated distaste; opposed, unw…
Definition:(adj.) given to fighting, warlike; combative, aggr…
adroit
Definition:(adj.) skillful, expert in the use of the hands or…
amicable
Definition:(adj.) peaceable, friendly... Synonyms: congenial, ne…
11 terms
English: Vocabulary/Synonyms for The Lady or the Tiger? AND The Most Dangerous Game
barbaric
trammel
emanate
dire
extremely cruel or brutal, unsophisticated
to restrain freedom or actions, laws can be this
to come forth
dreadful, terrible, very urgent-requiring immediate action
barbaric
extremely cruel or brutal, unsophisticated
trammel
to restrain freedom or actions, laws can be this
27 terms
New English File Advanced File 1C
adhere to
conduct
notion
omit
to obey (a rule, law etc) or to support or believe in (an ide…
to organize and perform a particular activity, e.g a research…
a conception or idea, a belief or an understanding of sth... She…
to leave out.... e.g. A lot of advanced students still ..... the…
adhere to
to obey (a rule, law etc) or to support or believe in (an ide…
conduct
to organize and perform a particular activity, e.g a research…
20 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Level F Unit 2 Synonyms
ameliorate
aplomb
bombastic
callow
amend, better
composure, self-possession, levelheadedness
inflated, highfalutin, pretentious
green, raw, unfledged, inexperienced
ameliorate
amend, better
aplomb
composure, self-possession, levelheadedness
20 terms
Sadler-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop New Edition: Level G: Unit 5: Definitions
acuity
delineate
depraved
enervate
noun, sharpness, particularly of mind or senses
verb, to portray, sketch, or describe in accurate and vivid d…
adjective, marked by evil and corruption, devoid of moral pri…
verb, to weaken or lessen the mental, moral, or physical vigo…
acuity
noun, sharpness, particularly of mind or senses
delineate
verb, to portray, sketch, or describe in accurate and vivid d…
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