TOEIC 600–790 Points/
600–790 – Reading 10

600–790 – Reading 10

Total: 20 words

instead of

phrase

alternative to something; in place of something

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diverse

adjective

​very different from each other and of various kinds

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candidate

noun

one that aspires to or is nominated or qualified for an office, membership, or award

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routine

noun

a regular or usual way of doing things or activities in a particular order

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illustrate

verb

to provide something, such as a book or magazine, with pictures or drawings; to explain or clarify something by using examples, charts, pictures, etc.

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in favor of

phrase

to support and agree with someone or something; to approve of a plan or idea

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concrete

adjective

based on facts, not on ideas or guesses; real, certain, or definite

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obligation

noun

something by which a person is bound or obliged to do certain things, and which arises out of a sense of duty or results from custom, law, etc.

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shut down

phrasal verb

to stop the operation of something, especially a business or organization

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substitute

noun

someone or something that takes the place of someone or something else

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objective

noun

a goal or something that you are trying hard to achieve, especially in business or politics

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vital

adjective

extremely important and necessary for something to exist, happen, or succeed; essential

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ingredient

noun

one of the things used in making food, products, etc.; one of the things or qualities that are necessary to make something successful

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revise

verb

to examine something and usually change parts of it, such as an article, plan, document, etc., because of new ideas or information, usually to correct or improve it

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overhead

noun

costs that result from having and maintaining a business

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excel

verb

to surpass others or be superior in some respect or area; do extremely well

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clarify

verb

to make something clearer or easier to understand

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legitimate

adjective

conforming to the law, standards, or reason

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attorney

noun

a lawyer who is qualified and licensed to practice law

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celebrity

noun

a person who is famous, especially in the entertainment industry

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