“The nature of genuis” IELTS words
Cambridge IELTS-8 academic reading part high level words. If your target score 6.5 and higher, you should know these words.
There are lots of IELTS exam methods and tactics to get a high score is available. However, if you have a lack of information, they only help up to a point. Based on this topic, I made my IELTS preparation with complete my information on the upper level (B2-C1-C2) vocabularies and tried taking note of frequently used words. I thought it would be good to learn. IELTS There is a lot of non-ordinary words in the academic reading exam, and many of them are used to create a mess. However, when you examine all tests with a different view, you will see that there are many words used again and again. Extra vocabularies will help you to understand to reading part more efficiently.
Cambridge IELTS preparation series book 8, section 3, reading 2 I have noted the words in the academic reading part “The nature of genuis” Again, maybe all of these are not exactly the necessary words for the exam, but I think people should take a look. Because if you have to get a good score, you should know something good.
The order of the words is relative to the order in which the reading is used. Descriptions are also given in the Cambridge dictionary. Here is the reading unknown words.
The nature of genuis IELTS words
|Prodigy||someone with a very great ability that usually shows itself when that person is a young child|
|Begetter||someone who creates something:|
|Perpetuate||to cause something to continue|
|Derive||to get something from something else:|
|Ambivalent||having two opposing feelings at the same time, or being uncertain about how you feel|
|Defective||a fault or problem in something or someone that spoils that thing or person or causes it, him, or her not to work correctly|
|Weakling||someone who is weak, either physically or in character|
|Adversity||a difficult or unlucky situation or event|
|Enriched||to improve the quality of something by adding something else|
|Boffin||a scientist who is considered to know a lot about science and not to be interested in other things|
|Denigration||to say that someone or something is not good or important|
|Collate||to collect and arrange the sheets of a report, book, etc., in the correct order|
|Mortality||the number of deaths within a particular society and within a particular period of time:|
|Nobility||honesty, courage, and kindness|
|Bullying||someone who hurts or frightens someone else, often over a period of time, and often forcing them to do something that they do not want to do|
|Privileged||Who have an advantage that only one person or group of people has, usually because of their position or because they are rich|
|Vantage point||a place, especially a high place, that provides a good, clear view of an area:|
|Continuum||something that changes in character gradually or in very slight stages without any clear dividing points|
|Manifestation||a sign of something existing or happening|
|Outrageous||shocking and morally unacceptable|
|Supremacy||the leading or controlling position|
|Emulate||to copy something achieved by someone else and try to do it as well as they have:|
|Unpalatable||An unpalatable fact or idea is unpleasant or shocking and therefore difficult to accept /
Unpalatable food is unpleasant to taste or eat
|Perseverance||continued effort and determination|
|Integrity||the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles that you refuse to change|
|Substance||material with particular physical characteristics|
|Precision||the quality of being exact|
|Delude||to make someone believe something that is not true|
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