Words of Topic: Recycle

Word group for topic: Recycle, 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: Recycle
observe  Speak
v.
to watch carefully the way something happens or the way someone does something, especially in order to learn more about it
Children learn by observing adults.
purpose  Speak
n.
why you do something or why something exists
His only purpose in life seems to be to enjoy himself.
multifarious  Speak
a.
of many different types
The reasons for closure are multifarious.
reduce  Speak
v.
to become or to make something become smaller in size, amount, degree, importance, etc.
I reduced the problem to a few simple questions.
waste  Speak
n.
unwanted matter or material of any type, especially what is left after useful substances or parts have been removed
The Japanese recycle more than half of their waste paper.
landfill  Speak
n.
the process of getting rid of large amounts of rubbish by burying it, or a place where rubbish is buried
90 percent of American rubbish is dumped in landfill sites.
dispose  Speak
v.
to get rid of something, especially by throwing it away
Our advice would be that when you are selling or disposing of a vehicle, you need to tell us promptly.
domestic  Speak
a.
belonging or relating to the home, house, or family
The shop sells domestic appliances.
appropriately  Speak
adv.
in a way that is suitable or right for a particular situation or occasion
Volunteers need to be approachable, calm, and able to respond appropriately.
trash  Speak
n.
waste material or things that are no longer wanted or needed
The trash really stinks - why don't you take it out?
dispose  Speak
v.
get rid of by throwing away
To avoid any unnecessary hassle, make sure you dispose of leftovers before you enter the country.
aluminum  Speak
n.
a chemical element that is a light, silver-colored metal, used especially for making cooking equipment and aircraft parts
We take all our aluminum cans for recycling.
pouch  Speak
n.
a bag or soft container for a small object or a small amount of something
Food sealed in foil pouches lasts for a long time.
decommission  Speak
v.
to take equipment or weapons out of use
After its useful life, a well will be decommissioned.
aesthetically  Speak
adv.
in a beautiful or artistic way
The table has various objects arranged aesthetically on it.
conscious  Speak
a.
to notice that a particular thing or person exists or is present
He gradually became conscious that everyone else was wearing a suit.
spotless  Speak
a.
extremely clean
He was wearing a spotless white shirt.
belongings  Speak
n.
the things that a person owns, especially those that can be carried
He led a simple life, with few belongings, and never owned a home of his own.
blatantly  Speak
adv.
in a way that is very obvious and intentional, when this is a bad thing
It was blatantly obvious that she was telling a lie.
opt  Speak
v.
make a choice from a range of possibilities
Consumers will opt for low-priced goods.
integrate  Speak
v.
to combine two or more things in order to become more effective
You need to integrate exercise into your normal life.
lack  Speak
n.
absence; shortage
There is no lack of entertainment aboard the ship.
self-discipline  Speak
n.
the ability to pursue what one thinks is right
You need a lot of self-discipline when you're doing research work on your own.
habit  Speak
n.
something that you do often and regularly, sometimes without knowing that you are doing it
I'm trying not to get into the habit of always having biscuits with my coffee.
regulation  Speak
n.
an official rule or the act of controlling something
New safety regulations have been brought in.
beloved  Speak
a.
loved very much
She was forced to leave her beloved Paris and return to Lyon.
abide  Speak
v.
obey; follow
I said I would abide by their decision.
penalize  Speak
v.
to punish someone, esp. for breaking the law or a rule
The new law penalizes the taxpayers who can least afford to pay.
fine  Speak
n.
an amount of money to be paid for not obeying the rule
The maximum penalty for the offense is a $1,000 fine.
advocate  Speak
n.
to publicly support or suggest an idea, development, or way of doing something
She advocates taking a more long-term view.
obligation  Speak
n.
responsibility
I don't have time to do his work for him - I have too many obligations as it is.
walk away  Speak
v.
to leave a place, situation, or a person
No one knows you're a part of this. You can just walk away.
litter  Speak
n.
trash; rubbish
If you see litter in the corridor, pick it up.
cleanup  Speak
n.
an act to clean a place
The cleanup after the oil spill cost over $10,000,000.
implementation  Speak
n.
the act of starting to use a plan or system
There will be a delay in the implementation of the new regulations.
law-abiding  Speak
a.
someone who is law-abiding obeys the law
Such actions against law-abiding citizens will not be tolerated.
conserve  Speak
v.
protect (something, especially an environmentally or culturally important place or thing) from harm or destruction
The funds raised will help conserve endangered meadowlands.
fruition  Speak
n.
the state of having successfully completed an activity or plan
The governor plans to use his considerable influence to bring the museum to fruition.