ESL Vocabulary Exercises

English Vocabulary Index

ESL Vocabulary Exercises for 15th September :

  1. Renegade (n): a deserter, an apostate


  2. Renew (v); to make new again


  3. Renewal (n): renovation, restoration, repetition


  4. Renounce (v): forsake, give up


  5. Renovate (v): bring to good condition


  6. Renovate (n): renovation


  7. Renown (n): reputation, fame


  8. Renowned (n): reputed, famous


  9. Rent (n): payment made for use or occupation, a break


  10. Rent (v): lease


  11. Rental (n): the revenue got from rented property


  12. Renunciation (n): renouncing, self-denial


  13. Repair (n): supply of loss or damage


  14. Repair (v): mend, go (to a place)


  15. Reparable (adj.); that can be made good


  16. Reparation (n): act of compensation for loss


  17. Repartee (n): a smart and clever reply


  18. Repast (n); a meal, food in general


  19. Repatriate (v): restore of return to his own country


  20. Repatriate (n): one who has been repatriated


  21. Repay (v); payback, return, refund


  22. Repay (n): repayment


  23. Repeal (v); revoke, put an end to


  24. Repeal (n): revocation, abolition


  25. Repeat (v); say or do again, recite, recur


  26. Repeatedly (adv); again and again


  27. Repel (v); to repulse, resist, oppose cause a dislike


  28. Repent (v): regret, be sorry for


  29. Repentance (n): regret, sorrow for a past action


  30. Repentant (adj.): showing sorrow


  31. Repercussion (n): springing back; echo, reaction


  32. Repetition (n): act of repeating, saying or doing again, reciting


  33. Replace (v); to put back in place, take the place of


  34. Replenish (v): fill again, stock


  35. Replete (adj.): quite full


  36. Replica (n): an exact copy


  37. Reply (v): answer, respond


  38. Reply (n): answer


  39. Report (v): give an account of, tell, describe, complain


  40. Repose (v): place trust in, take rest in, lodge


  41. Repose (n): rest, sleep


  42. Repository (n): a place for putting things in, store house


  43. Reprehensible (adj.): observing blame


  44. Represent (v): be a symbol or example of, describe, make clear


  45. Representative (n): something standing for another, a substitute, a delegate


  46. Repress (v): suppress, to put down


  47. Repression (n): suppression, restraint


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