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IELTS vocabulary spoken English Booster 060919

Posted: September 8, 2019 at 3:46 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

IELTS vocabulary Spoken English, These words are indispensable for IELTS Examination. … These words will greatly impact your IELTS Score. You will be able to impress your examiner with these words in Writing and Speaking Tests.

Ex Gratia: Adverb अनुग्रहपूर्वक

done from a sense of moral obligation rather than because of any legal requirement

Except for the victims of riots in 1984, all payment of compensation to sufferers of riots has been ex gratia.
Cases, where ex gratia compensation is paid on grounds other than serious default or complete exoneration, will be very rare.

Sacrilege: Noun, अपवित्रीकरण sacrilegedesecrationdefilementpollutionviolationprofanation

violation or misuse of what is regarded as sacred.
It is unlawful to prohibit immoral or sacrilegious films in a public school.
putting ecclesiastical vestments to secular use was considered sacrilege

sacrilegious: Adjective पवित्र वस्तु दूषक

involving or committing sacrilege.
a sacrilegious act

Confiscate: Verb ज़ब्त करना  distrainExpropriateseize

take or seize (someone’s property) with authority.
the guards confiscated his camera
  • If you violate the country’s camera use rules, they may confiscate your equipment and we have absolutely no recourse.
  • Did he have the right to confiscate Electoral land?

Conjoin: Verb एकत्रित होना be assembledbe gatheredherdcongregateconglomerate

join; combine.
an approach that conjoins theory and method
  • A metaphor typically conjoins a term drawn from the physical world with a term belonging to a ‘higher’, non-material domain.
  • This shadowy musing conjoins the two sides of the equation to memorable effect.

Invasion: Noun आक्रमण invasionattackaggressionattacksoffensiveonslaught

an instance of invading a country or region with an armed force.
the Allied invasion of Normandy
  • Napoleon’s disastrous invasion of Russia in 1812
  • This was to be the last action of the game as the referee blew the final whistle and the pitch invasion and celebrations got underway.




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