TOEFL iBT 80+ Points/
Target 80+ Deck 38

Target 80+ Deck 38

Total: 20 words

anchor

noun

a heavy metal object connected to a rope or cable that's lowered from a boat into a body of water in order to hold the boat in place

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literacy

noun

the ability to read, write, or use language proficiently

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tutor

verb

to teach about or instruct in a particular subject, especially one an individual finds difficult

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firsthand

adverb

directly; from the original source or direct experience

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diplomacy

noun

the profession, activity, or skill of conducting negotiations between nations

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coarse

adjective

rough in behavior, condition, texture, or quality; lacking refinement

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typify

verb

to be a typical example of, or to have or show the distinctive characteristics of

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dot

noun

a small round mark, point, spot, or anything resembling it

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executive

adjective

of, relating to, or intended for executives and other important people with similar status

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evolution

noun

the process of gradual change, growth, or development of something, especially to a more complex form

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literacy

noun

an individual's competence in or knowledge of a particular subject or field

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eyewitness

noun

a person who has seen an act, occurrence, or object clearly enough to describe it

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lumber

verb

to move clumsily, heavily, and slowly

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sequence

verb

to arrange or combine in a particular order

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explode

verb

to burst or suddenly break apart in a loud and violent way

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concur

verb

to agree or be of the same mind or opinion with someone or something

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pose

verb

to cause or present a problem, danger, or difficulty

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utilitarian

adjective

designed to be useful rather than attractive or decorative; practical

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inhabit

verb

to live in or occupy a particular place

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coerce

verb

to force an unwilling individual to do something by using authority, intimidation, or threat

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