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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)
evolution
n. Syn. development; progression
(ewolucja) development; progression
evolve
v. Syn. develop; grow
(ewolucji) develop; grow
exact
a. Syn. precise
(dokładnie) precisely agreeing with standard, fact, or truth; perfectly conforming
exaggerate
v. Syn. overstate; magnify
(przesadzać) represent as greater than is actually the case; overstate; magnify; do something to an excessive degree
exaggeration
n. Syn. overstatement
(przesady) overstatement; act of making something more noticeable than usual
TOEFL Word List 1600 (3)
wary
a. Syn. cautious
(ostrożny) very cautious; on guard; watchful
waxy
a. Syn. pallid; smooth
(woskowa) paleness; smooth and lustrous; consisting of, abounding in, or covered with wax
weary
a. Syn. tired; exhausted; fatigued
(zmęczeni) tired; exhausted; physically or mentally fatigued
wholesome
a. Syn. healthful; beneficial
(zdrowe) conducive to sound health or well-being; beneficial
wicked
a. Syn. sinful; immoral; profligate
(złe) evil in principle or practice; contrary to moral or divine law; addicted to vice or sin
3000 TOEIC Vocabulary (D)
detect
v. Syn. feel; discover the presence of; discern; sense; identify
(wykrywania) feel; discover the presence of; identify
detective
n. Syn. investigator
(detektyw) investigator; one, usually of police force, who investigates crimes and obtains evidence
detergent
n.
(detergentu) cleansing agent; substance that acts similarly to soap
determination
n. Syn. resolve; decision
(ustalenia) act of making or arriving at a decision; putting an end to; termination
deterrent
n.
(odstraszający) something that discourages; tending to deter
PTE Word List for Academic (S)
savage
a. Syn. rude; wild; brutal
(dzikich) in a state of nature; wild; untamed; uncultivated; inhuman; brutal; not civilized; lacking polish; rude
scalpel
n.
(skalpela) a small knife with a thin, keen blade, used by surgeons, and in dissecting
scant
a.
(skąpe) scarcely sufficient; less than is wanted for the purpose; not enough
scapegoat
n.
(kozła ofiarnego) someone who bears the blame for others
scarcely
ad. Syn. hardly; barely
(ledwie) hardly; barely; only just
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