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IELTS Trends Describing Language

Subjects : ielts, english, vocabulary
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1. (v.) To be stable - to stay the same

2. (adj.) Looking at everything together

3. (v.) To start at a particular figure or place

4. (v.) To go up

5. (adv.) Happening quickly - abruptly - rapidly

6. (v.) To gradually become less - worse - or lower

7. (v.) To fall or decline rapidly

8. (adj.) Sudden - great - and noticeable

9. (v.) To become greater or more

10. (adj.) Very small in amount - degree - or extent

11. (adj.) Every year; once a year; per year

12. (adj.) Step-by-step; proceeding in small stages or degrees

13. (v.) To decrease

14. (v.) To reach a maximum value

15. (adv.) In a manner that is consistent - even and regular

16. (adv.) Every year; once a year; per year

17. (v.) To become smaller or less.

18. (v.) To g to a restaurant for a meal

19. (adj.) Medium; average; not extreme in quality - degree - or amount

20. (v.) To go upward with gradual or continuous progress

21. (v.) To be stable - to stay the same

22. (adj.) Having to do with time

23. (adv.) adv. In a sudden - great - and noticeable manner

24. (adv.) Slowly over a period of time

25. (adj.) Engaged in or connected with business - trade - manufactured goods - or company products

26. (adj.) Consistent - even and regular change

27. (v.) To decrease two times

28. (a connector) on the other hand - as an opposite

29. (v.) To move up and down over a period of time

30. (adv.) To sharply rise or fall - almost straight up and down

31. (adv.) In a manner that is kept within reasonable or proper limits; not extreme - excessive - or intense

32. (adv.) To a very small amount - degree - or extent

33. (adv.) changing only a little bit

34. (v.) To change from a fall or a rise and become level

35. (v.) To increase two times

36. (adj.) Happening in a short period of time; abrupt; rapid

37. (adj.) A sharp rise or fall - almost straight up and down

38. (n.) All the changes over time; a pattern

39. (v.) To be stable - to stay the same