Words of Topic: Fish

Word group for topic: Fish, 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: Fish
essential  Speak
a.
absolutely necessary; extremely important
Fiber is an essential ingredient.
lauded  Speak
a.
highly praised or admired
The swimmer turned cyclist is rightly lauded.
nutrient  Speak
n.
any substance that plants or animals need in order to live and grow
A healthy diet should provide all your essential nutrients.
protein  Speak
n.
one of the many substances found in food such as meat, cheese, fish, or eggs, that is necessary for the body to grow and be strong
Meat and fish are a vital source of protein.
mineral  Speak
n.
a substance that exists naturally in foods, water, or the ground, and is not a living organism
For a general complexion boost, pure plant oils are packed with vitamins and minerals.
component  Speak
n.
a part that combines with other parts to form something bigger
Fresh fruit and vegetables are an essential component of a healthy diet.
situate  Speak
v.
to put something in a particular position
The restaurant is situated near the Hudson River.
tiny  Speak
a.
very small
Though she was tiny, she had a very loud voice.
plenty of  Speak
pro.
more than enough
I would have plenty of time to get home.
in spite of  Speak
pre.
even though there is something unpleasant or bad happening
He was still the Department martial arts instructor, in spite of giving up his job.
hectic  Speak
a.
very busy and fast
The area has become a haven for people tired of the hectic pace of city life.
enjoyable  Speak
a.
giving delight or pleasure
The decision is aimed at making shopping more enjoyable.
vegan  Speak
n.
a person who does not eat or use animal products
I'm a strict vegan.
find time  Speak
v.
have enough time
I wish I could find the time to do more fishing.
cup of tea  Speak
n.
a favorite
Golf isn't his cup of tea.
delectably  Speak
adv.
delightfully; enjoyably
This delectably fruity yogurt is a real treat.
inexplicable  Speak
a.
unable to be explained
For some inexplicable reason her mind went completely blank.
bay  Speak
n.
a part of the coast where the land curves in so that the sea is surrounded by land on three sides
We sailed into a beautiful, secluded bay.
suitable  Speak
a.
acceptable or right for someone or something
The film is not suitable for children.
relieve  Speak
v.
cause pain, distress, or difficulty to become less serious
The drug was used to promote sleep and to relieve pain.
netting  Speak
n.
material in the form of a net
Safety netting was put up around the playing field.
hatch  Speak
v.
to break an egg so a baby animal can come out
The birds hatched out the next afternoon.
angling  Speak
n.
the sport or pastime of fishing with a rod and line
I can't stress how famous she was in the angling world.
angler  Speak
n.
a person who fishes with a rod and line
Anglers line the stream, fishing for salmon.
fanatic  Speak
n.
a person who is extremely interested in something
I am not a religious fanatic but I am a Christian.
thrill  Speak
n.
a feeling of extreme excitement
So why do people still go hunting - is it the thrill of the chase?
pastime  Speak
n.
an activity which makes time pass pleasantly
Golf is my favorite pastime.
impatient  Speak
a.
not willing to wait for something to happen and becoming annoyed at delays
Don’t be impatient, you’ll get your turn.
bucket list  Speak
n.
a number of experiences or achievements that a person hopes to achieve during their lifetime
Making this trip is the first thing on my bucket list.
crucial  Speak
a.
extremely important or necessary
Price will be a crucial factor in the success of this new product.
optimal  Speak
a.
best or the most favorable
He is seeking the optimal solution.
texture  Speak
n.
the degree to which something is rough or smooth, or soft or hard
The cheese is firm in texture.
fussy  Speak
a.
not easily satisfied, or having very high standards about particular things
All my children were fussy eaters.
elusive  Speak
a.
difficult to find, catch
This was a far more elusive experience.
stalk  Speak
v.
pursue or approach stealthily
A cat is stalking a bird.
marvelous  Speak
a.
extremely good
It took me forever to get it right, but it was a marvelous feeling when I did.
dismay  Speak
v.
cause someone to feel unhappy and disappoint
They enjoyed the meal but were dismayed by how much it cost.