TOEIC英・英単語 V-1

vacancy/véikənsi/
n1. a room that is not being used in a hotel

n2. a job that is free for someone to do


vacant/véikənt/
adj1. Somewhere that is vacant is not being used.

adj2. A vacant job is free for someone to do.


vaccinate/væ'ksənèit/
v. to give someone a substance to stop them from getting a disease


vaccination/væ`ksənéiʃən/
n. the act of vaccinating someone or a group of people


vacuum/væ'kjuəm/
v. to clean something using a vacuum cleaner

n. a vacuum cleaner


vacuum cleaner
an electric machine that cleans floors by sucking up dirt


vague/véig/
adj. not clear or certain


vain/véin/
adj1. too interested in your own appearance and thinking you are very attractive

adj2. unsuccessful or of no value


valet/væ'lit/
n. an employee of a restaurant or hotel, who puts your car in a parking space for you


valid/væ'lid/
adj1. A valid ticket or document is legally acceptable.

adj2. based on truth or reason, or able to be accepted


validate/væ'lədèit/
v. to make something officially acceptable or approved


valley/væ'li/
n. an area of low land between hills or mountains


valuable/væ'ljuəbl/
adj1. Valuable objects could be sold for a lot of money.

adj2. Valuable information, help, advice, etc. is very helpful.


value/væ'lju:/
n1. the amount of money something could be sold for

n2. how useful or important something is

n3. [-s] the beliefs that people have about what is right and wrong and what is most important in life

v1. If you value something or someone, that thing or person is very important to you.

v2. to judge how much money something could be sold for


value-added/væ`lju:æ'did/
adj. Value-added products or services are worth more because they have been improved or had something added to them.


valued/væ'lju:d/
adj. considered important or good


van/væ'n/
n. a vehicle that is used for carrying things but that is smaller than a truck


vanity/væ'nəti/
n. too much pride in your appearance or achievements


variable/vé(ə)riəbl/
adj. changing often


variant/vé(ə)riənt/
n. something that differs slightly from other similar things


variation/vè(ə)riéiʃən/
n1. a difference in amount or quality

n2. something that is slightly different from the usual form


varied/vé(ə)rid/
adj. having many different types of things


variety/vəráiəti/
n1. [a ~ of sth/sb] many different types of things or people

n2. a lot of different activities, situations, people, etc.

n3. a different type of something


various/vé(ə)riəs/
adj. many different


vary/vé(ə)ri/
v. If things of the same type vary, they are different from each other.




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