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Essential SAT and ACT Vocabulary Lesson 15

Essential SAT and ACT Vocabulary Lesson 15

1.                Impartiality حياد، عدم تحيّز
n. the equal and objective treatment of opposing views
To ensure impartiality, we require everyone to follow these general guidelines.
2.              Imposing فخم، مهيب، جليل
adj. impressive (esp. in size or appearance)
The old mansion was imposing in its huge size and gothic architecture.
3.              Imposition مطلب غير مرغوب
n. an unnecessary burden
If it’s not too much of an imposition, could you proofread my paper?
4.             Imprudent طائش، أحمق
adj. not cautious or prudent; rash
Backpacking abroad can be fun, but don’t be imprudent about money.
5.              Incite يحثّ على شيء، يحرّض على شيء
v. to encourage or stir up
Her hateful words incited anger in the crowd.
6.              Indifference لا مبالاة
n. apathy, emotional detachment
The girl’s indifference toward her brother upset their parents.
7.               Indiscriminately عشوائيا
adv. randomly; with little or no distinction
Lottery winners are chosen indiscriminately.
8.             Indulge يرفه نفسه، يدلّل نفسه، يروّح عن نفسه
v. to give into; to satisfy or gratify
My friend loves to indulge in cheesy romance movies.
9.              Infer يستنتج، يستشفّ
v. to guess, conclude, or derive by reasoning
You can infer from this quotation that the writer didn’t care for “pretty” language.
10.        Innovative إبداعي، مبتكر
adj. novel or new (esp. as an idea or invention)
Her invention was incredibly innovative and won her multiple awards.

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