TOEIC 800–950+ Points/
800–950+ – Reading 10

800–950+ – Reading 10

Total: 20 words

bankrupt

adjective

financially ruined; impoverished

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exploit

verb

to use something or somebody unfairly for one's own advantage

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exploit

verb

to get the value or use out of

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execute

verb

to do or carry out; to accomplish

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foster

verb

to help grow or develop; to encourage or promote; sometimes used in the context of adopting a child

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exceptional

adjective

well above average, extraordinary

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gratitude

noun

the quality or feeling of being grateful or thankful

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decent

adjective

of a good enough quality; acceptable

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subtle

adjective

hard to notice, as in not obvious, not aggressive; using indirect methods or strategies that aren't obvious to achieve something

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profound

adjective

very great or intense

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profound

adjective

having or requiring deep knowledge or understanding

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virtual

adjective

made, done, seen, or existing on the internet or on a computer

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elaborate

adjective

very complicated and detailed; carefully prepared and organized

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state

verb

to say or write something; to declare

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outstanding

adjective

not yet paid, done, solved, etc.

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participant

noun

a person or group that participates; partaker

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stability

noun

the strength to stand or endure; firmness

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outsource

verb

to delegate (a task, function, or responsibility) to an independent provider

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compel

verb

to force somebody to do something; to make something necessary

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book

noun

(often plural 'books') a record of a business's financial transactions or financial condition

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