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CEFR C1 Vocabulary - Lesson 9

Here you will learn some English words about human attributes, such as "absurd", "brutal", "clumsy", etc. prepared for C1 learners.

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CEFR C1 Vocabulary
able
[adjective]
having expertise, intelligence, or skills
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absurd
[adjective]
extremely unreasonable or illogical, often to the point of being ridiculous
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alert
[adjective]
able to notice things or think quickly
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accomplished
[adjective]
possessing great skill in a certain field
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articulate
[adjective]
(of a person) able to express oneself clearly and effectively
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brainy
[adjective]
very smart
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brutal
[adjective]
extremely violent and cruel
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competent
[adjective]
possessing the needed skills or knowledge to do something well
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argumentative
[adjective]
(of a person) ready to argue and often arguing
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bad-tempered
[adjective]
easily annoyed and quick to anger
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cheeky
[adjective]
showing impolite behavior in a manner that is amusing or endearing
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clumsy
[adjective]
doing things or moving in a way that lacks control and care, usually causing accidents
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conceited
[adjective]
taking excessive pride in oneself
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coward
[noun]
someone who is not brave to do things that other people find unchallenging
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eccentric
[adjective]
behaving in a manner that is considered strange and unconventional
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harsh
[adjective]
cruel and unkind toward others
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infamous
[adjective]
well-known for a bad quality or deed
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intolerant
[adjective]
not open to accept beliefs, opinions, or lifestyles that are unlike one's own
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insensitive
[adjective]
not caring about other people's feelings
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judgmental
[adjective]
tending to criticize or form negative opinions about others without considering their perspective or circumstances
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narrow-minded
[adjective]
not open to new ideas, opinions, etc.
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assertive
[adjective]
confident in expressing one's opinions, ideas, or needs in a clear, direct, and respectful manner
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attentive
[adjective]
giving much attention to something or someone with interest
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cautious
[adjective]
(of a person) careful to avoid danger or mistakes
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affectionate
[adjective]
expressing love and care
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charitable
[adjective]
kind and generous toward the less fortunate
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compassionate
[adjective]
showing kindness, empathy, and understanding toward others, especially during times of difficulty or suffering
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considerate
[adjective]
thoughtful of others and their feelings
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courageous
[adjective]
expressing no fear when faced with danger or difficulty
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dignified
[adjective]
displaying calmness and seriousness in a manner that deserves respect
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faithful
[adjective]
staying loyal and dedicated to a certain person, idea, group, etc.
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frank
[adjective]
direct and honest in expressing oneself, even if some people might find it unpleasant
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heroic
[adjective]
displaying great bravery as that of a hero or heroine
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hospitable
[adjective]
treating guests or visitors with friendliness, warmth, and generosity
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jolly
[adjective]
cheerful and happy
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duplicitous
[adjective]
attempting to deceive other people
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just
[adjective]
fair, reasonable, and morally right
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reluctant
[adjective]
not welcoming or willing to do something because it is undesirable
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snake
[noun]
a dishonest person with the tendency to deceive people for personal gain
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butterfingers
[noun]
someone who keeps dropping things
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dirtbag
[noun]
a person who is hateful or detested because of their dishonest actions
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freeloader
[noun]
a person who habitually takes advantage of others' generosity without offering anything in return
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wretch
[noun]
someone who behaves in an evil or immoral way
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unruly
[adjective]
not willing to follow rules or instructions
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sassy
[adjective]
talking or behaving in a way that is rude, disrespectful, or too confident
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weasel
[noun]
someone who is deceitful, sneaky, or untrustworthy, often characterized by their ability to manipulate situations or information for personal gain
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