IELTS Vocabulary Test by Dynamic SheetsNew test sheet  
To take the IELTS test, either for general or for academic, students must build strong vocabulary. Of course, the requirements may be different for various goals. For academic test-takers, who are planning to apply for top universities, we usually suggest them to prepare at least 10000 words before the test. Most of IELTS test takers are ESL (English as Second Language), obviously study and review a huge set of IELTS vocabulary isn't an easy job.

Clever guys leverage smart tools. Some great tools to study or review IELTS vocabulary are available online or offline. This app is one of them. It's a pure web app to evaluate your IELTS vocabulary level. The app has a built-in common level IELTS vocabulary of 1200 words, which are for IELTS test of both academic and general versions. It means you can launch IELTS vocabulary test online anytime, and don't worry about how to organize the test content or how to make the test sheet.

The basic feature of this app is to make IELTS word question sheets in dynamic and random. Then it shows the IELTS vocabulary test page to host question sheets and response online practice. It's a handy way for test-takers to check IELTS vocabulary skill. Besides, the app is as many IELTS online practice tools to offer lots of additional features. For example, you can save the result of each test to compare with previous data or even others' data. It indicates your level's progress and strengthens confidence in future IELTS test.

Showing dynamic question sheets and auto checking user's responses are the primary features of an online vocabulary test. No one ignores them, but don't miss other fantastic features that some are only in this app. The app is not only for test IELTS vocabulary; some students also use it to study and review words. When you try an online test sheet, you will get the correct answer if you failed a word. Meanwhile, you can choose to show an example sentence for each word. It's a convenient way to learn new words or review known words online.

By design, the app saves your test results on the cloud for further analyzing and comparing to run all functionalities. Thus, you should sign on at first to let your data store under your account. It's a free app. If you don't have an account yet, create one, then sign on, and run this handy IELTS vocabulary test app!
Questions and Answers
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bang
 
 
(1)
n.  E.g. But there are fears that if the Egyptian side doesn't play well, the crowds will stay away and the African Cup may go off with a whimper rather than a bang.
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trash; worthless or nonsensical matter; food wastes
act of applying force suddenly; an impelling force or strength
capacity; amount of space occupied by an object
mode or state of being; fitness; existing circumstances
a vigorous blow; a conspicuous success
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catch
 
 
(2)
v.  E.g. A person's genetic makeup has a strong influence on the likelihood that they catch HIV.
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develop suddenly; jump; move forward by leaps and bounds
cure; make or get healthy again
sway or move from one side to another; turn round by wind or tide; be hanged
cook with dry heat, usually in an oven; subject to laughter or ridicule
capture or seize, especially after a chase; take by or as if by trapping; reach just in time
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cherish
 
 
(3)
v.  E.g. One aspect of my marriage that I truly cherish is the way Darrell and I work together as a team.
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draw liquid into mouth; take in; draw something by vacuum
call upon divine or supernatural power to send injury upon; bring great evil upon
throw with force; hurl; deposit or indicate; choose actor for; give a form to; arrange
remove the surface from
harbor; treasure; treat with affection and tenderness; hold dear
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deliver
 
 
(4)
v.  E.g. Whether Mr. Obama can deliver is a matter of considerable dispute among economists.
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set free from restraint; set at liberty; release; give or transfer
allow to have; give on the basis of merit; be willing to concede
jump lightly; hop; bypass
get in touch with; reach
make too low an estimate of the quantity; undervalue
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fantasy
 
 
(5)
n.  E.g. This is a typical schoolgirl fantasy.
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tied; held; committed; limit; constraint; leap; jump
large candle or lamp giving flaring flame; flashlight
dream; daydream; imagination unrestricted by reality
tissue which fills the cavities of most bones; the essence; the best part
money risked on gamble; pole set up to mark something; right or legal share of something
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genuine
 
 
(6)
a.  E.g. Previous efforts at establishing a framework for joint action foundered on the rocks of lingering suspicion and genuine differences over issues like the crisis in the Balkans.
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extreme anger; raging; full of activity; energetic or rapid
offensive to the sight; contrary to beauty; disagreeable aspect; unsightly
extremely small; short note
authentic; real; true
conforming to a type; representative
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lame
 
 
(7)
a.  E.g. A lame wing kept the bird from flying, it was in danger when winter was coming.
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raving with madness; raging with disordered intellect; wildly disordered
arousing or provoking laughter; ridiculous; amusing; humorous
easy to destroy, delicate, not strong
of a white or pale color; without color; empty; void
moving with pain or difficulty because of injury; disabled so that movement is difficult or impossible
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opposite
 
 
(8)
n.  E.g. People out there probably think about Switzerland as a conservative country and I think this shows that we are the opposite.
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pleasing, agreeable scent or odor
solid bony part of the tail of animal; platform where trucks, ship, or trains can be loaded or unloaded
beast; ugly creature; someone or something that is abnormally large and powerful
two words that express opposing concepts; contrariwise; directly facing each other
activity or gift that benefits the public at large
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reputation
 
 
(9)
n.  E.g. We have long been aware that our reputation is affected by our day-to-day dealings and negotiations with all of our society.
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jurisdiction; power to enforce laws, exact obedience, command, determine, or judge; government
state of being held in high esteem; general estimation in which a person is held by the public
periodically repeated sequence of events; long period of time; entire round in a circle or a spire
act of referring or consulting; remark that calls attention to something or someone
union; act of melting together by heat
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sign
 
 
(10)
n.  E.g. When I was a little girl, I heard that to dream of children was a sure sign of trouble, either to one's self or one's kin.
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favorable or advantageous circumstance; chance for progress or advancement
smash; collision; falling down or in pieces with a loud noise of breaking parts
public display of message; visible mark or indication
low, prolonged sound; humming noise; singing with shut mouth
textile fabric; complex, interconnected structure or arrangement; the World Wide Web; radio or television network
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technology
 
 
(11)
n.  E.g. Without a doubt, they say the use of electronic records and other advances in technology is dramatically improving patient care.
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search without warning; surprise attack by a small armed force
pledge that something will happen or that something is true
trousers; underwear; garment extending from waist to knee or ankle
application of science, especially to industrial or commercial objectives
oil; fat; state of being covered with unclean things
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testimony
 
 
(12)
n.  E.g. And make it clear, you know, we speak as one voice, what you heard for the last two days in testimony is what I also believe.
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screenplay; outline or model of an expected sequence of events
body of law; system of rules or regulations relating to one subject; system of symbols, letters, or words
solemn declaration or affirmation; something that serves as evidence
position relative to others; standing
process of failing to function or continue; sudden collapse in physical or mental health; summary of itemized data
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