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Horoscope – IELTS Speaking Practice

Horoscope – IELTS Speaking Practice Horoscope – IELTS Speaking Practice Relevant Audio / Video File: Watch or listen to the following video/audio file in conjunction with the topic being discussed and try to answer the questions about it. Questions about the video/audio file: Which sign of the zodiac were you born under? Did you find…

Gobbledegook Definition from 601 Words

Gobbledegook definition and synonyms in real context

Gobbledegook definition and synonyms from the book, 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam used in real context with images and illustrations. Learn the word, gobbledegook, and improve your advanced vocabulary in authentic context. /ˈgɒb.ļ.di.guːk/ (noun) Gobbledegook definition (another spelling: gobbledygook) a special style of language which is usually too formal and…

Jargon GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Jargon GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Jargon GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈdʒɑː.gən/ (noun) Definition special words or phrases used by particular groups of people, terminology, patter, dialect, specialized language, argot, lingo, cant, slang, idiom – nonsensical or unintelligible language, guff, mumbo jumbo, nonsense Example Jargon is the specialized terminology associated with a particular field or area of activity. Jargon is normally employed…

Non Sequitur 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam

Non sequitur in real context with images and synonyms from 601 Words You Need to Know

Non Sequitur 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam in real context with synonyms, images and antonyms and in authentic passages and examples for GRE & SAT candidates and advanced learners of English /ˌnɒnˈsek.wɪ.təʳ/ (noun) Definition a statement or conclusion which is not logically supported by evidence or is completely incongruous or…

Prattle GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Prattle GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Prattle GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈpræt.ļ/ (noun & verb) Noun: foolish and meaningless talk, inconsequential talk, blather, babble, gibberish, nonsense, chatter, drivel Verb: to talk foolishly or nonsense, babble, talk inconsequentially, gibber, chatter, jabber The people, who usually prattle, tend to grow more daring, bold; and impudent. Antonyms: enunciate, enunciation Noun: prattler

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