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Barron words TOEFL

Essential words for the TOEFL 7th edition

TermDefinitionExample
abroad (adv) overseas, internationally travel abroad, living abroad
abrupt (adj) sudden abrupt change
acceptable (adj) permissible The idea was acceptable to everyone.
acclaim (n) praise earn acclaim abroad
aspect facet aspect of economics There are many fascinating ASPECTS to the complex procedure.
abrupt (adj) sudden abrupt change
attractive (adj) appealing attractive to
autonomous (adj) independent autonomously
chronic (adj) constant He is CHRONICALLY late to class
disapproval (n) objection disapproval of
disruptive (ajd) disturbing The storm cased a disruption in bus service.
haphazardly (adv) arbitrarily, carelessly Susan completed the assignment in a haphazard way
intervention (n) involvement Some world leaders decide to not INTERVENE IN the affairs of other nations.
persistent (adj) constant Her PERSISTENCE earned her a spot on the team.
postpone (v) reschedule The referees decided to postpone the soccer match. The postponement of the meeting upset the impatient club members.
valid (adj) convincing valid reason, question validity of the test results.
withdraw (v) extract withdraw from the competition, make a withdrawal from savings to pay tuition
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