English Vocabulary

English Vocabulary Index

English Vocabulary for 7th June :

  1. Intermingle (v) : to mix together


  2. Intermittent (adj.): with some intervals


  3. Intermix (v) : mix together


  4. Intern (v) : to confine to a specified area


  5. Internal (adj.) : pertaining to the inner part


  6. International (adj.) : pertaining to the dealings between nations


  7. Internecine (adj.) : killing each other


  8. Interpellation (n) : summons, inquiry


  9. Intersperse (v) : to scatter here and there


  10. Interplay (n) : the working of one part with an other


  11. Interpolation (n) : making insertions


  12. Interpose ( v) : interfere, to place in between


  13. Interpret (v) : to explain, translate


  14. Interrogate (v) : put questions to


  15. Interrogative (adj.) : having the form of a question


  16. Interrupt (v) : disturb one while talking or working


  17. Intersect (v) : cut each other


  18. Interstice (n) : crack, a small space between things closely placed


  19. Intertwine (v) : to twine together


  20. Interval (n) : time of space in between


  21. Intervene (v) : interpose, interfere


  22. Interview (n) : meeting of persons face to face for purposes of business or giving information


  23. Intestate (adj.) : without leaving a will


  24. Intestine (n) : the inside part of the body between the stomach and the anus


  25. Intimacy (adj.) : close relationship


  26. Intimate (adj.) : close, familiar, intensive


  27. Intimation (n) : announcement, notification


  28. Intimidate (v) : cause fear in


  29. Into (prep) : towards inside


  30. Intolerable (adj.) :unbearable


  31. Intolerant (adj.) : not tolerant, impatient


  32. Intone (v) : to recite in a singing voice, to talk with particular intonation


  33. Intoxicant (n) : strong drink


  34. Intoxication (n) : state of being drunk, excitement, venom


  35. Intractable (adj.) : unmanageable, stubborn


  36. Intransigent (adj.) : not ready to agree or compromise


  37. Intransitive (adj.) : not taking a direct object


  38. Intrepid (adj.) : fearless


  39. Intricate (adj.) : complicated


  40. Intrigue (n) : secret plot


  41. Intrigue (v) : to form such a plot


  42. Intrinsic (adj.) : real, natural






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