ESL Students Portal - polski

Online resources for students whose native language is Polish (polski) to prepare standardized tests, it includes IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC, PTE, GRE, ECPE, and more. Its core contents are vocabularies, as well as other tips and experiences related to these tests.
 Samples of Hot vocabularies with Polish
4000 IELTS Academic Words List (5)
enormous
a. Syn. tremendous; huge; massive
(ogromne) very great in size, extent, number, or degrees; huge; massive
enquire
v. Syn. inquire
(zapytanie) seek information by asking a question
enquiry
n. Syn. inquiry
(zapytanie) search for knowledge; systematic investigation
enrich
v. Syn. make rich; richen; improve
(wzbogacić) make rich; richen; improve
enroll
v.
(Zameldowanie) insert in a roil; register or enter in list or catalogue; insert in records; enlist
TOEFL Word List 1600 (3)
riddle
v. Syn. permeate; spread
(zagadki) pierce with numerous holes; perforate; permeate or spread throughout
rigid
a. Syn. stiff; strict
(sztywne) stiff and unyielding; strict; hard and unbending; not flexible
rigor
n. Syn. severity
(rygor) strictness or severity, as in temperament, action, or judgment; something hard to endure
rip
v. Syn. tear; rend
(OD) tear or be torn violently; criticize or abuse strongly and violently
ripe
a. Syn. ready; mature
(dojrzałe) ready; fully developed; mature
3000 TOEIC Vocabulary (D)
decree
n.
(dekretu) order from one having authority; decision, order, or sentence by court
dedicate
v.
(zadedykować) set apart for a deity or for special purposes; devote; consecrate
dedicated
a.
(dedykowanych) devoted to a cause or ideal or purpose; designed for a particular use or function
defeat
v.
(porażka) disfigure; destroy; frustrate; overcome or vanquish; resist with
defect
v.
(wady) abandon or turn against; cease or change one's loyalty
PTE Word List for Academic (S)
smuggle
v.
(przemycić) import or export without paying customs duties
snatch
v.
(snatch) grasp or seize hastily, eagerly, or suddenly
soak
v.
(moczyć) cause or suffer to lie in a fluid; absorb; drain; drink intemperately or gluttonously
soar
v.
(szybować) fly aloft, as a bird; mount upward on wings; rise in thought, spirits, or imagination
sociology
n.
(socjologia) branch of philosophy which treats of the constitution, phenomena, and development of human society; social science
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