TOEFL 100+ – Key Vocabulary Needed to Achieve 100+ on the TOEFL (Top 1100+ Terms)/
Target 100+ Deck 37

Target 100+ Deck 37

Total: 20 words

inert

adjective

sluggish or slow in movement; dull

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squirt

noun

the act or instance of a rapid stream of liquid coming out of a small opening

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peck

noun

a quick, light stroke at something, sometimes done repeatedly

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arduous

adjective

difficult and laborious; needing great effort

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embroider

verb

to decorate fabric by sewing patterns or other intricate designs on it with thread

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exacerbate

verb

to aggravate or make worse a situation, problem, etc.

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endow

verb

to donate or give financial assistance to a person, institution, or any project in need of funding

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facet

noun

one aspect or part of something

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hail

verb

to come from or be born in a particular place

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vigilance

noun

the act or instance of paying careful attention to something, often in order to avoid danger or trouble

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inert

adjective

having no chemical change or transformation

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hail

verb

to publicly praise or admire something or someone because of their achievement or success

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levy

verb

to impose or collect a tax, fine, or other fee

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hermetically

adverb

in a way that is completely sealed or airtight

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summon

verb

to call to meet, gather, or convene

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forage

verb

to look around an area in search of food

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perpetrate

verb

to commit a crime or any immoral act

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concede

verb

to reluctantly admit, acknowledge, or accept something as true or valid

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enlighten

verb

to give or impart knowledge to

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endemic

adjective

unique, native to, or confined to a particular region or area

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