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CEFR C1 Vocabulary - Lesson 45

Here you will learn some English adjectives, such as "dual", "distinctive", "generic", etc. prepared for C1 learners.

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CEFR C1 Vocabulary
distinctive
[adjective]
possessing a quality that is noticeable and different
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dual
[adjective]
having or consisting of two aspects or parts
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exceptional
[adjective]
noticeably surpassing the average in size, quality, ability, etc. in a positive manner
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excess
[adjective]
much more than the desirable or required amount
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exclusive
[adjective]
limited or available to only a specific group, individual, or category
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explicit
[adjective]
expressed very clearly, leaving no doubt or confusion
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generic
[adjective]
relating to or suitable for a whole group or class of things rather than a specific one
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inadequate
[adjective]
not having the required amount or quality
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inherent
[adjective]
inseparable essential part or quality of someone or something that is in their nature
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insufficient
[adjective]
not enough in degree or amount
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integral
[adjective]
considered a necessary and important part of something
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intermediate
[adjective]
being between two levels, points, stages, etc.
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lesser
[adjective]
not as great or important as something or someone else
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magical
[adjective]
related to or practicing magic
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magnetic
[adjective]
(physics) possessing the attribute of attracting metal objects such as iron or steel
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mere
[adjective]
used to emphasize that something is nothing more than what is explicitly stated
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peculiar
[adjective]
not considered usual or normal
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respective
[adjective]
related or belonging separately to each of the things or people mentioned
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scattered
[adjective]
happening at irregular intervals or spread far apart over various locations
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selective
[adjective]
(of a person) careful in choosing
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serial
[adjective]
occurring regularly one after another
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sheer
[adjective]
emphasizing the intensity or pureness of a particular quality or emotion
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sole
[adjective]
existing without any others of the same type
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specialized
[adjective]
made or designed for a specific function
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stark
[adjective]
completely bare or extreme, without any embellishment or disguise
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comparable
[adjective]
having similarities that justify making a comparison
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corresponding
[adjective]
connected with or similar to something that has just been stated
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supreme
[adjective]
having the highest position or rank
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terminal
[adjective]
(of an illness) having no cure and gradually leading to death
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timely
[adverb]
occurring or done at precisely the right time
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tremendous
[adjective]
extremely great or large in size, amount, degree, or intensity
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troubled
[adjective]
(of a person) feeling anxious or worried
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underlying
[adjective]
important but not very obvious or noticeable
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unprecedented
[adjective]
never having existed or happened before
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upcoming
[adjective]
about to come to pass
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vague
[adjective]
not clear or specific, lacking in detail or precision
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varied
[adjective]
including or consisting of many different types
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vulnerable
[adjective]
easily hurt, often due to weakness or lack of protection
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worthwhile
[adjective]
deserving of time, effort, or attention due to inherent value or benefits
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topnotch
[adjective]
having the highest standard or quality
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decadent
[adjective]
having or showing a luxurious and indulgent lifestyle, often considered excessive or morally questionable
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homely
[adjective]
comfortable and cozy in a way that gives a sense of being at home
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versatile
[adjective]
(of a person) capable of effectively and skillfully performing a wide range of tasks or activities
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