TOEFL 80+ – Key Vocabulary Needed to Achieve 80+ on the TOEFL (Top 2000+ Terms)/
Target 80+ Unit 43

Target 80+ Unit 43

Total: 45 words

take account of

phrase

to give attention or consideration to someone or something; to consider or think about

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tidal waves

noun

the unusually high sea waves caused by an earthquake or volcanic eruption

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to be sure

phrase

certainly; surely

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by the same token

idiom

similarly; in the same way or manner

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give way to

phrase

to allow someone or something to be, go, or pass first

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up to

phrase

dependent on or upon; incumbent upon

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in that

phrase

from the fact that; for the reason that; because or since

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all the way to

phrase

throughout; as far as

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cope with

phrasal verb

to endure or deal with someone or something, usually unpleasant

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by means of

phrase

with the use of; by way of

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be in supply

phrase

to have as inventory or stock

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at the expense of / at someone's expense

phrase

to do something which harms, neglects, or damages something or someone else

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fill out

phrasal verb

to become fuller, larger, or rounder

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in the face of

phrase

when confronted with; despite (having to deal with)

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tell ... apart

phrasal verb

to distinguish or tell the difference between people or things

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break into

phrasal verb

to suddenly start doing something

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come close to

phrase

to almost achieve or do something

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in the wake of

phrase

happening after something, and often because of it

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as to

phrase

about or with respect to

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come about

phrasal verb

to happen or start to happen

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fall short

phrasal verb

to not be enough; to fail to reach the expected or needed target, amount, or standard

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be drawn to

phrase

to be attracted to or interested in something or someone

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in a sense / in some sense

phrase

in a/some way; from one point of view; partly

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a body of

phrase

a large amount of something; a lot of; many

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put forward

phrasal verb

to suggest or offer an idea or opinion for discussion

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take into account

phrase

​to think or consider someone or something when making a decision or conclusion

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in principle

phrase

as a general idea, plan, or rule; in essence, substance, or theory

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in practice

phrase

doing an activity regularly so that you can improve your skill

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bring about

phrasal verb

to cause something to happen

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under way

adverb

in progress or in motion; happening currently

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break into

phrasal verb

to forcibly enter or open a building, vehicle, etc., typically to steal

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come close to

phrase

to approach or move towards someone or something

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at random

phrase

without a definite or particular aim, method, pattern, etc.; in a haphazard way or purposeless fashion

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to say nothing of

phrase

not to mention

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be traced to

verb phrase

to originate in; to begin or start with

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in someone's view

phrase

someone's opinion, belief, or attitude about a particular situation or subject

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point to

phrasal verb

to mention or refer to something as a way of showing the importance or truth of an argument or claim

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for a while

phrase

a little or a long while; for a period of time

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get around

phrasal verb

to avoid or evade something

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take over

phrasal verb

to gain control of a business, a company, etc., especially by buying shares

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owe A to B

phrasal verb

to have to pay somebody for something that you have already received or return money that you have borrowed

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care for

phrasal verb

to love or like somebody very much

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rest on

phrasal verb

to depend or rely on someone or something

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in practice

phrase

working as professionals such as doctors, dentists, and lawyers

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go into

phrasal verb

to begin to do something or behave in a particular way

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