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Vocabulary from word “T”

 

Vocabulary is must to improve comprehension skills, Story Completion, to check spelling mistakes and to improve readability in English and last but not the least to speak English in Fluency. To score excellent in written exams of Banks, SSC, and Stenographer and in MNC’s also we need the excellent English reading and writing skills.

So we are suggesting you some common vocabulary which is generally asked in the competitive exams. We are sure that these words will definitely help you for your success in written exams.

 

Word

Meaning

Example

Taciturn

uncommunicative

My friend is of taciturn habit.

Transcribe

write out from speech, notes, etc.

Speeches, interviews, and trials are often transcribed for records.

Thence

Following that

He was promoted to manager, thence to a partnership in the firm.

Tariff

a government tax on imports or exports

Tariffs on steel imports are being withdrawn.

Temporize

draw out a discussion

While her friend continues to temporize, making excuses to the guards, she escaped through the back door.

Tautological

repetition of same sense in different words

Logical things are logical” is a tautological sentence.

Tangible

perceptible by the senses especially the sense of touch

The tension between them was almost tangible.

Tamer

A person who trains wild animals

A lion tamer knows the nature of wild animal very well.

Tailback

A long line of traffic moving slowly or not moving at all

Due to tailback we can’t be on time.

Tailspin

A situation that suddenly becomes worse.

Following the announcement, share prices went into a tailspin.

Thread

A thin string of cotton, wool used for sewing

The author skilfully draws together the different threads of the plot.

Toddle

To walk or go somewhere

She toddles down to the park most downs.

Tosser

A stupid or unpleasant person

Nobody likes tosser person.

Termination

End of something

He was terminated from his job.

Temerity

Extremely confident behavior which is consider rood

He had the temerity to call me a liar.

Tenable

Easy to defend against attack/Criticism

The old idea that this work was not suitable for women was no longer tenable.

Tepid

Slightly warm

He likes tepid tea.

Terminology

Words used with a particular meanings

The disagreement arose over a different use of terminology.

Thwart

To prevent somebody from what they want to do

She was thwarted in her attempt to take the control of the party

Toughie

Determined person

Be toughie to achieve your goals.

 

 

Vocabulary from “A”

Vocabulary from “N”

Vocabulary from “B”

Vocabulary from “O”

Vocabulary from “C”

Vocabulary from “P”

Vocabulary from “D”

Vocabulary from “Q”

Vocabulary from “E”

Vocabulary from “R”

Vocabulary from “F”

Vocabulary from “S”

Vocabulary from “G”

Vocabulary from “T”

Vocabulary from “H”

Vocabulary from “U”

Vocabulary from “I”

Vocabulary from “V”

Vocabulary from “J”

Vocabulary from “W”

Vocabulary from “K”

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Vocabulary from “L”

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Vocabulary from “Z”

 


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