TOEIC英・英単語 I-1

i.e. abbr. that is to say (Latin); for example; for instance
I.O.U. abbr. signed note acknowledging a debt
I.P.O. abbr. first offering to the public of a company's shares on the stock market
idea /aidíə/ n. concept; thought; opinion; intention; plan
ideal /aidí:(ə)l/ adj. imaginary; existing as a perfect model
ideal /aidí:(ə)l/ n. standard of perfection; pattern; model; person or thing that embodies a standard of perfection
idealize /aidí:əlàiz/ v. to represent as the embodiment of perfection
identification /aidèntəfikéiʃən/ n. verification of a person or thing; recognition
identify /aidéntəfài/ v. to ascertain the name or belongings of
idle /áidl/ adj. lazy; vain; unoccupied; unemployed
idle /áidl/ v. to lounge; to do nothing; to laze around
ignoble /ignóubl/ adj. low in character or purpose
ignorance /ígnərəns/ n. lack of knowledge; illiteracy; lack of education; state of being uninformed
ignore /ignɔ':r/ v. not to notice; to disregard
ill /íl/ adj. sick; bad; unfriendly; unsatisfactory; inadequate; inferior
ill /íl/ adv. with difficulty; barely; scarcely; poorly; improperly
ill /íl/ n. trouble; misfortune; evil; harm; disease; sickness
illegal /ilí:gəl/ adj. not according to law
illegible /iléʤəbl / adj. undecipherable.
illegitimate /ìliʤítəmət/ adj. unlawfully begotten
illiterate /ilítərət/ adj. having little or no book-learning
illogical /ilɑ'ʤikəl / adj. contrary to the rules of sound thought.
illuminate /ilú:mənèit/ v. to supply with light
illustrate /íləstrèit/ v. to exemplify; to clarify; to explain; to depict; to elucidate
illustration /ìləstréiʃən/ n. picture in a book or other work; explanation; clarification
image /ímiʤ/ n. figure; form; reflection; picture; likeness; embodiment
image /ímiʤ/ v. to draw a likeness; to describe; to reflect; to picture in the mind
imaginary /imæ'ʤənèri/ adj. not real; fanciful
imagination /imæ`ʤənéiʃən/ n. ability of the mind to create mental pictures which do not exist in reality
imagine /imæ'ʤin/ v. to envision; to fantasize; to visualize; to think; to assume
imaging /íməʤiŋ/ n. forming of mental pictures to control bodily processes
imagining /imæ'ʤiniŋ/ n. fantasizing; visualizing
imitation /ìmətéiʃən/ n. that which is made as a likeness or copy
immediate /imí:diət/ adj. instantaneous; prompt; direct; close
immediately /imí:diətli/ adj. right away; shortly; at once; without delay
immediately /imí:diətli/ conj. as soon as
immense /iméns/ adj. very great in degree, extent, size, or quantity
immigrant /ímigrənt/ n. a foreigner who enters a country to settle there
immigrate /íməgrèit/ v. to come into a country or region from a former habitat
immoral /imɔ':rəl/ adj. habitually engaged in licentious or lewd practices
immune /imjú:n / adj. exempt, as from disease.
impact /ímpækt/ n. a strong, immediate impression
impact /ímpækt/ v. to influence; to affect strongly; to collide; to squeeze in
impair /impéər/ v. to cause to become less or worse
impartial /impɑ':rʃəl/ adj. unbiased
impatient /impéiʃənt/ adj. unable to wait; intolerant; restless
impede /impí:d/ v. to delay; to obstruct; to hinder; to prevent; to thwart
impel /impél/ v. to drive or urge forward
imperative /impérətiv/ adj. necessary; obligatory; commanding
imperative /impérətiv/ n. necessity; obligation; command; order
implement /ímpləmənt/ n. tool; instrument; piece of equipment
implement /ímpləmənt/ v. to perform; to put into effect; to carry out; to execute; to realize
implementation /ìmplimentéiʃ(ə)n/ n. realization; carrying out; performing; putting into effect; execution
implication /ìmplikéiʃən/ n. consequence; outcome; result; indirect suggestion; connotation; hint
implicit /implísit/ adj. implied
imply /implái/ v. to indicate by inference
import /impɔ':rt/ n. brining in of goods from another country; opposite of export; meaning; significance
import /impɔ':rt/ v. to bring from another place; to bring goods from a foreign country; to signify; to imply
important /impɔ':rt(ə)nt/ adj. significant; influential; essential; crucial; critical
impose /impóuz/ v. to establish or apply as compulsory; to force upon others
impossible /impɑ'səbl/ adj. unbearable; cannot be done; cannot be endured
impress /imprés/ v. to affect strongly, often favorably
impression /impréʃən/ n. strong feeling or idea left by an experience; effect; vague memory
impressive /imprésiv/ adj. grand; magnificent; striking
improper /imprɑ'pər/ adj. not appropriate, suitable, or becoming
improve /imprú:v/ v. to make better; to increase in quality; to enhance; to develop
improvement /imprú:vmənt/ n. something which enhances or improves; addition or change which adds value to something
improvise /ímprəvàiz/ v. to do anything extemporaneously or offhand
impulse /ímpʌls/ n. instinctual urge; sudden desire; whim; wave of energy sent via a nerve
impulsive /impʌ'lsiv/ adj. unpremeditated
in depth adj. in complete detail; thorough
inadequate /inæ'dikwət/ adj. insufficient
inalienable /inéiljənəbl/ adj. non-transferable
inanimate /inæ'nəmət/ adj. lifeless; spiritless
inborn /ínbɔ':rn/ adj. implanted by nature
inbound /ínbáund/ adj. traveling in an inward direction
Inc. abbr. legally established as a corporation
incentive /inséntiv/ adj. provocative; stimulating; encouraging
incentive /inséntiv/ n. stimulus; inducement; enticement; encouragement
incessant /insésnt/ adj. unceasing
incidence /ínsədəns / n. casual occurrence.
incident /ínsəd(ə)nt/ n. a happening in general, especially one of little importance
incidentally /ìnsədént(ə)li/ adv. without intention
incinerator /insínərèitər/ n. furnace which burns things to ashes
incline /inkláin/ n. slope; grade; slant
incline /inkláin/ v. to slope; to bend; to bow; to slant; to influence
include /inklú:d/ v. to comprise; to contain; to embrace
including /inklú:diŋ/ adj. comprising; containing; embracing
inclusive /inklú:siv/ adj. containing; comprehensive; all-embracing; extensive; taking in
income /ínkʌm/ n. amount of money received in payment for goods or services or from other sources; revenue; profits
incompatible /ìnkəmpæ'təbl/ adj. discordant
incompetence /inkɑ'mpət(ə)ns/ n. general lack of capacity or fitness
incompetent /inkɑ'mpət(ə)nt/ adj. not having the abilities desired or necessary for any purpose
inconsiderate /ìnkənsíd(ə)rət/ adj. rude, impolite
inconsistent /ìnkənsíst(ə)nt / adj. contradictory.
inconvenience /ìnkənví:niən(t)s/ n. bother; disturbance; nuisance; discomfort
inconvenience /ìnkənví:niən(t)s/ v. to cause discomfort; to trouble; to put out; to disturb
inconvenient /ìnkənví:niənt/ adj. interfering with comfort or progress
incorporate /inkɔ':rp(ə)rət/ v. to unite one thing with something else already in existence
incorrect /ìnkərékt/ adj. wrong; erroneous; imprecise; unseemly; improper

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