Words of Topic: Dessert

Word group for topic: Dessert, it helps to enhance speaking and writing skills in English tests, especially for ESL students who are working for IELTS, TOEFL, and GRE exams.
 Word Group By Topic: Dessert
store  Speak
v.
keep or accumulate for future use
Food that needs to be kept fresh can be stored in containers too, meaning less plastic wrap or foil is needed.
consumption  Speak
n.
the act of using, eating, or drinking something
The average daily consumption of fruit and vegetables is around 200 grams.
pastry  Speak
n.
a food made from flour, fat, and water that is mixed together, rolled flat, and baked in the oven
When the pastry is golden and puffed up, take the pie out of the oven.
avoid  Speak
v.
to keep away from
All through lunch he had carefully avoided the subject of the house.
conscious  Speak
a.
awake, thinking, and knowing what is happening around you
My tooth doesn't exactly hurt, but I'm conscious of it.
splurge  Speak
v.
an act of spending money freely or extravagantly
Yet next month we may see a splurge of spending.
weight  Speak
n.
the amount that someone weighs
There was a slight decrease in his weight after a week of dieting.
diet  Speak
v.
to limit the food and/or drink that you have, especially in order to lose weight
You should be able to reduce your weight by careful dieting.
random  Speak
a.
happening, done, or chosen by chance rather than according to a plan or pattern
He was stopped at the border in a random check.
culprit  Speak
n.
the cause of the problem
Children in this country are getting much too fat, and sugar and sweets are the main culprits.
obese  Speak
a.
extremely fat
In the UK, about one in five women are obese when they become pregnant.
obesity  Speak
n.
the fact of being extremely fat, in a way that is dangerous for health
A diet that is high in fat and sugar can lead to obesity.
sweet tooth  Speak
n.
a strong liking for eating sweet foods
He doesn't have much of a sweet tooth, except at breakfast.
fluffy  Speak
a.
light and full of air
Beat the eggs and sugar together until they are light and fluffy.
fundamental  Speak
a.
being the most basic or most important thing on which other things depend
We need to make fundamental changes in the way we treat our environment.
approach  Speak
v.
to come nearer to something or someone
We could see the train approaching from a distance.
professional  Speak
a.
expert; skilled
He's a runner who's just turned professional.
preheat  Speak
v.
to heat something before using it
Preheat the oven to 350°F.
grease  Speak
n.
oily or fatty matter, in particular
She rubbed some of the grease off her hands onto her shirt.
pastry chef  Speak
n.
a professional cook specializing in making desserts
By the age of ten I was her fully fledged pastry chef.
tedious  Speak
a.
boring; dull
Learning a new computer program can be a tedious process.
reliant  Speak
a.
dependent
The project is heavily reliant on volunteers.
constant  Speak
a.
happens all the time
He has been her constant companion for the last four months.
indulge  Speak
v.
allow oneself to enjoy the pleasure of something
We had enough time to indulge in a bit of window shopping.
picky  Speak
a.
difficult to please and only likes a small range of things
Everyone knows children are picky eaters.
picky  Speak
a.
difficult to please and only likes a small range of things
Everyone knows children are picky eaters.