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CEFR C1 Vocabulary - Lesson 33

Here you will learn some essential English verbs, such as "abolish", "breach", "conserve", etc. prepared for C1 learners.

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CEFR C1 Vocabulary
to abolish
[verb]
to officially put an end to a law, activity, or system
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to align
[verb]
to agree with a group, idea, person, or organization and support it
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to allocate
[verb]
to distribute or assign resources, funds, or tasks for a particular purpose or use
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to amend
[verb]
to make alterations or adjustments to improve the quality, effectiveness, or suitability of something
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to authorize
[verb]
to officially give permission for a specific action, process, etc.
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to betray
[verb]
to be disloyal to a person, a group of people, or one's country by giving information about them to their enemy
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to breach
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to break an agreement, law, etc.
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to compel
[verb]
to make someone do something
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to compensate
[verb]
to pay someone for the work they have done
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to conceal
[verb]
to carefully cover or hide something or someone
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to conserve
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to keep something from change or harm
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to contemplate
[verb]
to think about something particular
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to cater
[verb]
to provide a meeting, party, etc. with food and drink
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to cultivate
[verb]
to prepare land for raising crops or growing plants
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to devise
[verb]
to design or invent a new thing or method after much thinking
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to substitute
[verb]
to put something or someone in the place of another
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to dictate
[verb]
to tell someone what to do or not to do, in an authoritative way
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to disclose
[verb]
to make something known to someone or the public, particularly when it was a secret at first
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to distort
[verb]
to change the shape or condition of something in a way that is no longer clear or natural
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to embody
[verb]
to represent a quality or belief
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to empower
[verb]
to give someone the power or authorization to do something particular
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to entitle
[verb]
to give someone the legal right to have or do something particular
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to extract
[verb]
to take something out from something else, particularly when it is not easy to do
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to hint
[verb]
to indirectly suggest something
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to instruct
[verb]
to tell someone to do something, particularly in an official manner
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to linger
[verb]
to stay somewhere longer because one does not want to leave
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to fade
[verb]
to disappear slowly
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to loom
[verb]
to appear as a large shape that is unclear, particularly in a manner that is threatening
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to outrage
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to cause someone to become extremely angry or shocked
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to reassure
[verb]
to do or say something to make someone stop worrying or less afraid
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to tolerate
[verb]
to not oppose or prohibit something one does not like or agree with
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to overlook
[verb]
to not notice or see something
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to undermine
[verb]
to gradually decrease the effectiveness, confidence, or power of something or someone
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to vow
[verb]
to make a sincere promise to do or not to do something particular
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to resurface
[verb]
to once again become noticeable, significant, or problematic
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to astonish
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to impress or surprise someone very much
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to rehash
[verb]
to present something old or already used in a slightly different way or with minor alterations, often without adding anything new
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to sabotage
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to intentionally damage or undermine something, often for personal gain or as an act of protest or revenge
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