GMAT RC50 – 90 Words

initiate

set in motion, start an event or prepare the way for

bringing

the act of delivering or distributing something

correlate

bear a reciprocal or mutual relation

breakage

the act of breaking something

flourish

grow vigorously

evoke

call forth, as an emotion, feeling, or response

cord

a line made of twisted fibers or threads

copy

a thing made to be similar or identical to another thing

eventual

expected to follow in the indefinite future

blame

an accusation that one is responsible for some misdeed

floor

the inside lower horizontal surface

biographical

of or relating to an account of a person’s life

inhibit

limit the range or extent of

essay

an analytic or interpretive literary composition

ideology

an orientation that characterizes the thinking of a group

eruption

the sudden occurrence of a violent discharge

convert

change the nature, purpose, or function of something

bar

a rigid piece of metal or wood

conventional

following accepted customs and proprieties

indication

the act of pointing out by name

flaw

an imperfection in an object or machine

attraction

the quality of arousing interest

identifiable

capable of being recognized

enjoy

derive or receive pleasure from

contradict

prove negative; show to be false

happen

come to pass

fisher

someone whose occupation is catching fish

articulate

express or state clearly

contractor

someone who is hired to build things

firmly

with force

arousal

a state of heightened physiological activity

idealize

consider or render as the best or most appropriate type

handicraft

a work produced by manual labor

continuation

the act of continuing an activity without interruption

insure

protect by a contract of reimbursement in case of loss

context

the set of facts or circumstances that surround a situation

anxiety

a vague unpleasant emotion in anticipation of a misfortune

finish

come or bring to an end

Hamilton

the capital of Bermuda

content

satisfied or showing satisfaction with things as they are

halt

cause to stop

consume

take in as food

emotion

any strong feeling

constrained

lacking spontaneity; not natural

amplitude

greatness of magnitude

filmmaker

a producer of motion pictures

ambitious

having a strong desire for success or achievement

filled

generously supplied with

Elizabeth

daughter of George VI who became the Queen of England and Northern Ireland in 1952 on the death of her father (1926-)

consent

give an affirmative reply to; respond favorably to

elicit

call forth, as an emotion, feeling, or response

fertilize

provide with fertilizers or add nutrients to

alive

possessing life

confirm

strengthen

electricity

a physical phenomenon that can produce light, heat and power

conduct

the way a person behaves toward other people

eighth

position eight in a countable series of things

fell

cause to go down by or as if by delivering a blow

advent

arrival that has been awaited

condescending

characteristic of those who treat others with arrogance

adopt

take into one’s family

concurrent

occurring or operating at the same time

admit

declare to be true or accept the reality of

foot

the pedal extremity of vertebrates other than human beings

economy

the system of production and distribution and consumption

concession

the act of yielding

grasp

hold firmly

concentric

having a common center

acoustic

relating to the study of the physical properties of sound

concede

give over

grain

a cereal grass

fear

an emotion in anticipation of some specific pain or danger

humidity

wetness in the atmosphere

accommodate

have room for; hold without crowding

complaint

an expression of grievance or resentment

accessibility

the quality of being at hand when needed

competitor

the contestant you hope to defeat

absorb

take in a liquid

compel

force somebody to do something

abandonment

the act of giving something up

compatible

able to exist and perform in harmonious combination

A

the 1st letter of the Roman alphabet

humanistic

marked by devotion to the welfare of people

B

the 2nd letter of the Roman alphabet

combustion

a reaction of a substance with oxygen to give heat and light

yet

up to the present time

influx

the process of flowing in

familiarity

personal knowledge or information about someone or something

interactive

capable of influencing each other

choose

pick out from a number of alternatives
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