TOEFL Vocabulary 3


Here are 50 amazing TOEFL vocabulary words along with their meanings:

Acquire - To gain or obtain something through one's efforts or actions.

Ambiguous - Having more than one possible meaning or interpretation.

Credible - Worthy of belief or trust; reliable.

Diligent - Showing steady and earnest effort; hardworking.

Elaborate - To explain or give more details about something.

Eminent - Famous, outstanding, or distinguished in a particular field.

Facilitate - To make an action or process easier or smoother.

Gregarious - Fond of the company of others; sociable.

Hypothesize - To suggest a possible explanation or theory based on limited evidence.

Inevitable - Certain to happen; unavoidable.

Juxtapose - To place two things together for contrasting effect.

Kinetic - Relating to or produced by motion; active.

Lucid - Clear and easily understood; rational and sane.

Mitigate - To make something less severe, harmful, or painful.

Notorious - Widely known or recognized, often for negative reasons.

Obsolete - No longer in use or out of date.

Perceive - To become aware of or understand through the senses or mind.

Quell - To suppress or put an end to (a rebellion, protest, etc.).

Resilient - Able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions.

Substantiate - To provide evidence or proof for the truth or validity of something.

Tentative - Not certain or fixed; provisional.

Ubiquitous - Present, appearing, or found everywhere.

Vacillate - To alternate or waver between different opinions or actions.

Wary - Cautious and watchful about potential dangers or problems.

Zealous - Filled with enthusiasm and fervor for a cause or goal.

Alleviate - To make something less severe or alleviate a problem or suffering.

Belligerent - Hostile, aggressive, or inclined to fight.

Complacent - Showing smug or uncritical satisfaction with oneself or one's achievements.

Depict - To portray or represent something in a picture or words.

Evoke - To bring or recall a feeling, memory, or image to the conscious mind.

Fickle - Likely to change frequently, especially in one's loyalties, interests, or affections.

Gracious - Polite, courteous, and kind in behavior.

Hierarchy - A system in which people or things are ranked according to their status or importance.

Imminent - About to happen; impending.

Jeopardize - To put at risk or in danger.

Lethargic - Sluggish or lacking energy; indifferent or apathetic.

Meticulous - Showing great attention to detail; thorough.

Novice - A person who is new or inexperienced in a particular activity or field.

Obstruct - To block or hinder the progress of something.

Prolific - Producing many works, results, or offspring.

Rationale - The underlying reason or logic behind a decision, action, or belief.

Scrutinize - To examine or inspect closely and critically.

Tangible - Perceptible by touch; capable of being touched or felt.

Unanimous - Fully in agreement; sharing the same opinion or position.

Viable - Capable of working successfully or being accomplished; feasible.

Warrant - To justify or provide adequate reason.

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