TOP 499 English WORDS – 51 to 100 – B2 ENGLISH – SPEAK LIKE A NATIVE (2018 UPDATE)




TOP 499 English WORDS – 51 to 100 – B2 ENGLISH

Comprehension Exercise

499 most important words for b2 level English.

Appalled, dismay, shocked deeply. cognizant. aware. conscious. to commiserate, to feel or
express sympathy or compassion. expedient, serving to promote your interest.
hindrance, block, obstacle. Dismay ,shock deeply.
Appalled. aware, conscious.
cognizant. to feel or express sympathy or
compassion. to commiserate.
serving to promote your interest. expedient.
block, obstacle, hindrance.
Kindle, start a fire, ignite
inspire, arouse. lavish, generous, extravagant.
ludicrous. ridiculous, laughable, absurd. obtuse, dull of mind, insensitive,
stupid. opaque. not clear.
start a fire, ignite, inspire, arouse. Kindle.
generous, extravagant.
lavish.
ridiculous, laughable, absurd. ludicrous.
dull of mind, insensitive, stupid.
obtuse.
not clear.
Opaque.
Paucity. an insufficient quantity or number, scarcity, dearth.
Recapitulate. to summarize, to repeat briefly. accolade, award of merit, strong
praise and approval. assuage. Make less severe, ease, or lessen pain, satisfy
hunger, soothe anger. Cacophony, loud confusing disagreeable sounds.
An insufficient quantity or number, scarcity, dearth.
Paucity.
To summarize, to repeat briefly.
Recapitulate. award of merit, strong praise and
approval. Accolade.
Make less severe, ease or lessen pain, satisfy hunger, soothe anger, assuage.
Confusing disagreeable sounds.
Cacophony.
Censure. rebuke formally. Diatribe. verbal attack. Edifice. a very large
building.. Gravity. seriousness. importance. Infraction or breaking of a law or
obligation. rebuked formally,
censure.
bitter verbal attack.
diatribe.
a very large building.
edifice.
seriousness, importance.
gravity.
a breaking of a law or obligation. infraction.
profane. showing disrespect toward God or sacred things.
somber. dark, gloomy, depressed or melancholy in spirit morose. Negligent
careless. to scrutinize, to examine closely. clamor. utter or proclaim
insistently and noisily.
showing disrespect toward God or sacred things.
profane.
dark, gloomy, depressed or melancholy in spirit, morose somber.
careless,
negligent.
to examine closely.
to scrutinize.
utter or proclaim insistently and noisily.
clamor.
contract. squeeze or pressed together. duplicity. double-dealing, hypocrisy.
equivocal. ambiguous, intentionally vague. irresolute. uncertain how to act or
proceed . rescind. repeal annul cancel a law decision or agreement. squeeze or
press together.
contract.
double-dealing, hypocrisy.
duplicity.
ambiguous, intentionally vague.
equivocal.
uncertain how to act or proceed. irresolute.
repeal a null cancel a la decision or agreement.
rescind.
stagnant. not moving. uniform consistant
unchanging same for everyone. untenable. not able to
be defended. Vilify. to speak evil of, defame. affable. easygoing, friendly.
not moving.
stagnant.
consistent, unchanging, the same for everyone.
uniform.
not able to be defended.
untenable.
to speak evil of, defame. vilify.
easygoing, friendly.
affable
apocryphal. of questionable authority or authenticity. desultory. without a plan or
purpose disconnected random. garbled. confused, mixed-up. irascible. irritable,
easily angered, loquacious. talkative wordy, fond of talking.
of questionable authority or authenticity.
apocryphal
without a plan or a purpose, disconnected, random.
desultory
confused, mixed-up.
garbled.
irritable, easily angered.
irascible.
talkative worthy fond of talking.
loquacious.
blasphemy speech which offends religious sentiments. enmity. deep-seated hostility.
often mutual. erroneous. incorrect containing mistakes. to garner. to gather
and store. heretic. someone who goes against accepted religious beliefs
speech which offends religious sentiments.
blasphemy.
deep-seated hostility. often mutual.
enmity.
incorrect containing mistakes. erroneous.
to gather and store.
to garner. someone who goes against accepted
religious beliefs. heretic.
to incite. to provoke. or stir up. to languish. to lose vigor, health or flesh
as through grief. To peruse. to read thoroughly and carefully Recluse. hermit,
loner. to renounce. to leave a job, post or position voluntarily.
Provoke or stir up
incite
to lose vigor health or flesh as through grief.
to languish.
to read thoroughly and carefully.
to peruse.
hermit, loner,
recluse.
to leave a job post or position voluntarily.
to renounce.


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