Learn English Vocabulary for 2nd January





English Vocabulary Index

Learn English Vocabulary for 2nd January

  1. ability (n) : strength, skill


  2. abject (adj) ; mean, degraded, miserable


  3. abjuration (n) : renunciation, the act of renouncing, abandonment


  4. abjure (v) : give up on oath


  5. abkari (n) : the manufacture and sale of liquors


  6. ablactation (n) : weaning from the mother’s breast


  7. ablation (n) : removal, a case


  8. ablaze (adj) : in flames, on fore


  9. able (adj) : having the power to do


  10. ablepsy (n) : blindness


  11. able-bodied (adj) : capable of working to earn


  12. abloom (adv, pred & adj) : into bloom, blossom or state of flowering


  13. ablution (n) : ceremonial washing


  14. abnegate (v) : renounce


  15. abnormal (adj) : unnatural


  16. aboard (adj & prep) : on deck, on board


  17. abode (n) : house, dwelling


  18. aboil (adj & pred & adj) : boiling


  19. abolish (v) : put an end to, destroy


  20. abolition (n) : doing away with


  21. A-bomb (n) : Atom-bomb


  22. abominable (adj) : loathsome


  23. abominate (v) : dislike, abhor


  24. aborigines (n) : the forest inhabitants of a country


  25. abortion (n) : miscarriage


  26. abound (v) : to be full, overflow


  27. about (adj &prep) : near by, approximately, around from centre


  28. above (adj &prep) : on the upside, higher than, more than


  29. above all (adj) : more important than, before everything else


  30. above –board (adj) : frank


  31. above-mentioned (adj) : referred to previously


  32. abrade (v) : scrape off


  33. abrasion (n) : scraping or rubbing off, the wound as a result of scraping


  34. abreast (adj) : side by side


  35. abridge (v) : shortening, abstract


  36. abridged : (n) shortened


  37. abridgement : (n) shortening, abstract


  38. abroad (adj) : out of (home) doors, in another country


  39. abrogate (v) : repeal, cancel


  40. abrupt (adj) : sudden, steep


  41. abruptly (adj) : unexpectedly


  42. abscess (n) : boil or swelling, filled with pus in the body




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