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Xem danh sách từ vựng Vocabulary của đề Cambridge IELTS 11 - Reading Test 4 được lấy từ cuốn Cambridge IELTS 11. Phần từ vựng IELTS của bài chứa xx từ, bao gồm phát âm, định nghĩa, ví dụ và cả hình ảnh sẽ giúp thí sinh IELTS dễ hiểu nội dung của đề bài hơn.)

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Oct 08, 2021

mathematics

/mæθˈmæt.ɪks/

Many people enjoy Mathematics.

odd

/ɒd/

3, 5, and 7 are all odd numbers.

even

/ˈiːvən/

2, 4, and 6 are all even numbers.

common sense

/ˌkɒmən ˈsens/

It’s common sense to keep medicines away from children.

phenomenon

/fɪˈnɒmənən/

Language is a social and cultural phenomenon.

elementary

/eləˈmentəri/

The thinking in each chapter uses at most only elementary arithmetic.

opportunity

/ɒpəˈtjuːnəti/

The readers could have an opportunity to see and enjoy real mathematics.

reveal

/rɪˈviːl/

Doctors are not allowed to reveal personal information.

fascinating

/ˈfæsəneɪtɪŋ/

This movie is really fascinating. I've watched it 10 times already.

bridge

/brɪdʒ/

This book will help bridge that notorious gap between the humanities and the sciences

notorious

/nəʊˈtɔːriəs/

There is a notorious gap between the humanities and the sciences.

separate

/ˈsepəreɪt/

South America and Africa separated 200 million years ago.

culture

/ˈkʌltʃə/

I love working abroad and meeting people from different cultures.

humanities

/hjuˈmæn·ɪ·t̬iz/

Within the humanities, most students major in English.

restrict

/rɪˈstrɪkt/

We restrict the number of students per class to ten.

intuition

/ˌɪntjuˈɪʃn/

Intuition told her that he had spoken the truth.

significant

/sɪɡˈnɪfɪkənt/

Intuition plays a significant role in Maths.

allege

/əˈledʒ/

The water is alleged to be polluted with mercury.

narrow

/ˈnærəʊ/

We must narrow the gap between rich and poor.

overcome

/ˌəʊvəˈkʌm/

She overcame injury to win the Olympic gold medal.

capacity

/kəˈpæsəti/

Each of us is far from using the full capacity of either side of the brain.

remain

/rɪˈmeɪn/

Train fares are likely to remain unchanged.

spectator

/spekˈteɪtə/

The match attracted over 40,000 spectators.

tantalize

/ˈtæntəl-aɪz/

It was wiser not to tantalize oneself.

appropriate

/əˈprəʊpriət/

Is now an appropriate time to make a speech?

expand

/ɪkˈspænd/

A child's vocabulary expands through reading.

chromosome

/ˈkrəʊ.mə.səʊm/

Slides were screened for the chromosome analysis.

broad

/brɔːd/

The promotion helped the company reach a much broader audience.

outline

/ˈaʊtlaɪn/

The book describes in outline the main findings of the research.

sketch

/sketʃ/

The broad.outline of a scientific theory can be sketched intuitively.

sustain

/səˈsteɪnd/

We are in a period of sustained economic growth.

analysis

/əˈnælɪsɪs/

They were doing some type of statistical analysis.

insight

/ˈɪnsaɪt/

The article gives us a real insight into the causes of the present economic crisis.

unpleasant

/ʌnˈpleznt/

It can be unpleasant to sit next to a group of people arguing.

sharpen

/ˈʃɑː.pən/

I hope this course will help me sharpen my computer skills.

career

/kəˈrɪər/

He had a successful career in television journalism.

extend

/ɪkˈstend/

The company plans to extend its operations into Europe.

precise

/prɪˈsaɪs/

Can you give a more precise definition of the word?

offer

/ˈɒfər/

The hotel offers excellent facilities for families.

testimonial

/tes.tɪˈməʊ.ni.əl/

Evidence may be categorized as physical, documentary, testimonial, and analytical.

thoroughly

/ˈθʌrəli/

The work had not been done very thoroughly.

process

/ˈprəʊses/

It's a normal part of the learning process.

master

/ˈmɑːstə/

I never quite mastered the art of walking in high heels.

legal

/ˈliːɡl/

They are currently facing a long legal battle in the US courts.

naive

/naɪˈiːv/

I can't believe you were so naive as to trust him!

delight

/dɪˈlaɪt/

The kids were screaming with delight.

remarkable

/rɪˈmɑːkəbəl/

She has made remarkable progress.

unanticipated

/ʌnænˈtɪsɪpeɪtɪd/

The managers had to live with unanticipated consequences.

purely

/ˈpjʊrli/

I saw the letter purely by chance.

theoretical

/ˌθɪəˈretɪkl/

The first year provides students with a sound theoretical basis for later study.

lack

/læk/

He was suffering from a complete lack of confidence.

assume

/əˈsjuːm/

Let us assume for a moment that the plan succeeds.

reference

/ˈrefrəns/

She made no reference to her illness but only to her future plans.

explain

/ɪkˈspleɪn/

He was trying to explain the difference between hip hop and rap.

field

/fiːld/

Peter’s an expert in his field.

non-scientist

/nänˈsīəntəst/

Laboratory experiments that are difficult for nonscientists to conduct.

necessarily

/ˌnesəˈserəli/

Servants necessarily had close contact with their employers.

omit

/əʊˈmɪt/

She was omitted from the list of contributors to the report.

provide

/prəˈvaɪd/

Tea and biscuits will be provided.

foundation

/faʊnˈdeɪʃən/

All theories should be built on a foundation of factual knowledge.

theory

/ˈθɪəri/

He has a theory that the hole was caused by a meteorite.

typical

/ˈtɪpɪkəl/

This advertisement is a typical example of their marketing strategy.

in that respect

/ɪn ðæt rɪˈspekt/

You don't know how lucky you are in that respect.

differ

/ˈdɪfə/

People differ from one another in their ability to handle stress.

public

/ˈpʌblɪk/

This book is written for the general public.

personal

/ˈpɜːsənəl/

She’s got problems in her personal life.

physician

/fəˈzɪʃən/

A patient must meet the examining physician first.

discipline

/ˈdɪsəplɪn/

The new recruits were drawn from a range of academic disciplines.

prepare

/prɪˈpeə/

Mathematics prepared me extremely well for medical school.

medical

/ˈmedɪkl/

His medical records showed that he was unfit for work.

background

/ˈbækɡraʊnd/

Students with a background in chemistry will probably find the course easier.

analytical

/ænəlˈɪtɪkəl/

She’s got an analytical mind.

attribute

/əˈtrɪbjuːt/

He attributes his success to hard work and a little luck.

law

/lɔː/

She’s studying law in London.

ability

/əˈbɪləti/

The test measures your mathematical ability.

incompatible

/ɪnkəmˈpætəbəl/

The laser printer is incompatible with the new computer.

illustrate

/ˈɪləstreɪt/

Let me give an example to illustrate the point.

potential

/pəˈtenʃəl/

He has the potential to become a champion.

cite

/saɪt/

Several factors have been cited as the cause of the unrest.

structural engineer

/ˈstrʌktʃərəl endʒəˈnɪə/

He works as a structural engineer.

publish

/ˈpʌblɪʃ/

An opera singer published mathematical research.

research

/rɪˈsɜːtʃ/

An opera singer published mathematical research.

mention

/ˈmenʃn/

He made no mention of her work.

focus

/ˈfəʊkəs/

There are books with different focuses about mathematics.

present

/prɪˈzent/

Some books present the lives of colorful mathematicians.

mathematician

/mæθəməˈtɪʃən/

Some books present the lives of colorful mathematicians.

application

/æplɪˈkeɪʃən/

Other books describe important applications of mathematics.

procedure

/prəˈsiːdʒə/

Some books go into mathematical procedures.

adept

/ˈædept/

Some authors assume that the reader is adept in using algebra.

algebra

/ˈældʒəbrə/

Some authors assume that the reader is adept in using algebra.

contrast

/ˈkɒntrɑːst/

While there are similarities in the two cultures, there are also great contrasts.

publication

/pʌblɪˈkeɪʃən/

The ads will run in publications like ‘The New York Times’ and ‘The Wall Street Journal’.

novel

/ˈnɒvəl/

The movie is based on a novel by Anne Tyler.

whole

/həʊl/

Four quarters make a whole.

accessible

/əkˈsesəbəl/

Computers should be made readily accessible to teachers and pupils.

reasoning

/ˈriːzənɪŋ/

Anyone can understand every step in the reasoning.

claim

/kleɪm/

The company had made false claims about its products.

category

/ˈkætəɡəri/

There are different categories of intended readers of this book.

intended

/ɪnˈtendid/

There are different categories of intended readers of this book.

aficionado

/əˌfɪʃəˈnɑːdəʊ/

This coffee is regarded by aficionados as one of the world’s finest.

both

/bəʊθ/

Hold it in both hands.

suitable

/ˈsuːtəbəl/

The house is not really suitable for a large family.

occasionally

/əˈkeɪʒənəli/

We only see each other occasionally.

composition

/kɒm.pəˈzɪʃ.ən/

This concerto is one of her earlier compositions.

advanced

/ədˈvɑːnst/

People with limited knowledge of arithmetic could understand advanced mathemetics.

limited

/ˈlɪmɪtɪd/

People with limited knowledge of arithmetic could understand advanced mathemetics.

discovery

/dɪsˈkʌvəri/

Some discoveries in mathematics do not depend on specialized knowledge.

depend on

/di'pend/

Some discoveries in mathematics do not depend on specialized knowledge.

specialized

/ˈspeʃəlaɪzd/

Some discoveries in mathematics do not depend on specialized knowledge.

geometry

/dʒiˈɒmətri/

Some discoveries in mathematics do not depend on algebra, geometry, or trigonometry.

trigonometry

/trɪɡəˈnɒmətri/

Some discoveries in mathematics do not depend on algebra, geometry, or trigonometry.

involve

/ɪnˈvɒlv/

Some discovery may involve arithmetic.

arithmetic

/əˈrɪθmətɪk/

Some discovery may involve arithmetic.

intend

/ɪnˈtend/

The train we had intended to catch had already left.

intuitive

/ɪnˈtjuːɪtɪv/

He had an intuitive sense of what the reader wanted.

require

/rɪˈkwaɪə/

Mathematics requires logical thinking.

thinking

/ˈθɪŋkɪŋ/

Mathematics requires logical thinking.

thus

/ðʌs/

Burke knocked out Byrne, thus becoming champion

participate

/pɑːˈtɪsəpeɪt/

Everyone in the class is expected to participate actively in these discussions.

appreciate

/əˈpriːʃieɪt/

Few people could appreciate the beauty of mathematics.

familiar

/fəˈmɪliə/

This kind of situation was all too familiar to John.

logical

/ˈlɒdʒɪkəl/

The detective has to discover the murderer by logical deduction.

leave out

/liːv aʊt/

Don't be afraid to leave things out!

central

/ˈsentrəl/

Mathematics is central to their theories.

advise

/ədˈvaɪz/

Evans advised him to leave London.

non-mathematical

/nɒn mæθˈmæt.ɪ.kəl/

This book is read by lots of non-mathematical readers.

perform

/pəˈfɔːm/

Students have to perform this experiment.

carry out

/ˈkær.i aʊt/

You should carry out the experiments after reading this book.

experiment

/ɪkˈsperəmənt/

You should carry out the experiments after reading this book.

lawyer

/ˈlɔːjə/

He’s rich enough to hire a good lawyer.

political

/pəˈlɪtɪkəl/

Education is now a major political issue.

analyze

/ˈænəlaɪz/

He tried to analyze his feelings.

complicated

/ˈkɒmplɪkeɪtɪd/

It's all very complicated—but I'll try and explain.

principle

/ˈprɪnsəpl/

She went on to explain the principles behind what she was doing.

theorems

/ˈθɪərəm/

You might see a theorem or two in your researches.

complicated

/ˈkɑmpləˌkeɪtəd/

Ex: It's all very complicated—but I'll try and explain.

ultimately

/ˈʌltəmətli/

Ex: A poor diet will ultimately lead to illness.

director

/dəˈrɛktər/

Ex: He remained active in the theatre as a playwright and director.

entire

/ɪnˈtaɪər/

Ex: You two are her favourite people in the entire world.

ingredient

/ɪnˈgridiənt/

Ex: Our skin cream contains only natural ingredients.

previously

/ˈpriviəsli/

Ex: The building had previously been used as a hotel.

discuss

/dɪˈskʌs/

Ex: Have you discussed the problem with anyone?

supply

/səˈplaɪ/

Ex: The company supplied schools with sports equipment.

craft

/kræft/

Ex: He talked about the craft of writing popular fiction.
Ex: the writer’s craft

struggle

/ˈstrʌgəl/

Ex: The firm is struggling to cope with the demand for its products.

vary

/ˈvɛri/

Ex: The students' work varies considerably in quality.

present

/ˈprɛzənt/

Ex: The company has decided it must present a more modern image.

deliver

/dɪˈlɪvər/

Ex: The video delivers a clear message about road safety.

breakneck

/ˈbreɪkˌnɛk/

Ex: We drove to the hospital at breakneck speed.

gag

/gæg/

Ex: There was this running gag about a penguin.

reflection

/rəˈflɛkʃən/

Ex: She decided on reflection to accept his offer after all.

whirlwind

/ˈwɜrlˌwɪnd/

Ex: To recover from the divorce, I threw myself into a whirlwind of activities.

plot

/plɑt/

Ex: She has constructed a complicated plot, with a large cast of characters.

pure

/pjʊr/

Ex: She laughed with pure joy.

escapism

/ɪˈskeɪˌpɪzəm/

Ex: For him, books are a form of escapism.

due to

/du tu/

Ex: A lot of her unhappiness is due to boredom.

frenetic

/frəˈnɛtɪk/

Ex: She rushed from city to city at a frenetic pace.

synchronous

/ˈsɪŋkrənəs/

Ex: Telephone networks are optimized for synchronous and one-to-one communications.

match

/mæʧ/

Ex: Investment in hospitals is needed now to match the future needs of the country.

project

/ˈprɑʤɛkt/

Ex: The videos were projected onto two screens.

realism

/ˈriəlɪzm/

Ex: The programme needs to be based on common sense and realism.

atmosphere

/ˈætməˌsfɪr/

Ex: Use music and lighting to create a romantic atmosphere.

convince

/kənˈvɪns/

Ex: I'd be very surprised if this argument convinces anybody.

ominous

/ˈɑmənəs/

Ex: There were ominous dark clouds gathering overhead.

burglary

/ˈbɜrgləri/

Ex: Audio equipment was stolen in a burglary at the mall.

asynchronous

/ˈeɪˈsɪŋkrənəs/

Ex: The only time services work online is when we accept this is an asynchronous media.

include

/ɪnˈklud/

Ex: The bill includes tax and service.

nuance

/ˈnuɑns/

Ex: Her singing has both warmth of sound and delicacy of nuance.

ambulance

/ˈæmbjələns/

Ex: The ambulance crew rushed her to the hospital.

siren

/ˈsaɪrən/

Ex: The cars had stopped at the sound of the approaching siren.

psychic

/ˈsaɪkɪk/

Ex: Fear, anger, psychic pain, and sadness are some of the emotional issues we probably stuffed down as kids.

injury

/ˈɪnʤəri/

Ex: He was lucky to escape injury.

incur

/ɪnˈkɜr/

Ex: She had incurred the wrath of her father by marrying without his consent.

acknowledge

/ækˈnɑlɪʤ/

Ex: She refuses to acknowledge the need for reform.

setting

/ˈsɛtɪŋ/

Ex: It was the perfect setting for a wonderful Christmas.

attitude

/ˈætəˌtud/

Ex: If you want to pass your exams you'd better change your attitude!

depict

/dɪˈpɪkt/

Ex: Her paintings depict the lives of ordinary people in the last century.

dissonant

/ˈdɪsənənt/

Ex: His voice is drowned by the dissonant scream of a siren outside.

indicate

/ˈɪndəˌkeɪt/

Ex: The survey data indicate a general satisfaction with the process.

approach

/əˈproʊʧ/

Ex: We could hear the train approaching.

menace

/ˈmɛnəs/

Ex: Drunk drivers are a menace to everyone.

associate

/əˈsoʊsiət/

Ex: Most people immediately associate addictions with drugs, alcohol and cigarettes.

individual

/ˌɪndəˈvɪʤəwəl/

Ex: We interviewed each individual member of the community.

situation

/ˌsɪʧuˈeɪʃən/

Ex: There is no doubt that the current situation is very serious.

various

/ˈvɛriəs/

Ex: We talked about jobs, family, football and various other things.

remind

/riˈmaɪnd/

Ex: Could you remind Paul about dinner on Saturday?

salient

/ˈseɪliənt/

Ex: She pointed out the salient features of the new design.

comprise

/kəmˈpraɪz/

Ex: The committee is comprised of representatives from both the public and private sectors.

convention

/kənˈvɛnʃən/

Ex: He challenged the conventions of painting.