English vocabulary : 10 advanced adjectives to learn
- Impeccable = Impeccable
Without flaws, faults or errors.
« My writing tast was impeccable! I got the highest score »
- Inept = Inapte.
Generally incompetent and ineffective.
« I think i’m quite inept at running »
: we use the preposition AT when you mention an object after the verb ‘inept’.
- Stringent = Strict
Strict; restrictive; rigid; severe.
« She has been on a stringent diet for months, I don’t know how she can do it »
- Plausible = Plausible
« It doesn’t seem plausible that your cat actually pooped on your homework. »
- Distraught = Bouleversé, désemparé
Very agitated and upset from mental conflict.
« She became so distraught when she found out that she had been fired »
- Tacit = Tacite
Understood or implied but not specifically expressed.
« When people move in together, they usually have tacit agreements »
- Diligent = assidu
« They hired me as soon as they found out I was a diligent worker »
- Sedentary = Sédentaire
Not really active or doing any exercise.
» My job is quite sedentary so I’m glad i’m doing exercises on the side »
- Delicate = délicat
Something which is quite difficult to do, you need to handle a situation with care.
« My mole surgery was a delicate operation »
Pronunciation, check the video to say it correctly.
- Cohesive = Uni, homogene, solidaire.
United and working together.
« I like to work with a cohesive group and like-minded people, it motivates me »
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