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English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO & Other exams

Intellect: the ability to understand and think in an intelligent way
Example: [Her energy and intellect are respected all over the world]

Intellectual: Characterized by intelligence.

Intelligentsia:
the intellectual elite of society
Example: [A deepening conflict between the liberal intelligentsia and the government has developed over the last several years]

Intelligible:
Comprehensible.

Intemperate:
extreme, uncontrolled, unbalanced, unrestrained
Example: [an intemperate habit]

Intensification:
magnification, increase, emphasis
Example: [agricultural intensification]

Intension:
The act of stringing or stretching or state of being strained.

Intensive:
extreme
Example: [an intensive course in English]

Intention:
That upon which the mind is set.

Inter:
bury
Example: [Many of the soldiers were interred in unmarked graves]

Intercede:
mediate, intervene, arbitrate, plead, interfere
Example: [It is not my intention to intercede for mercy, for I know that your heart is a stranger to that quality]

Intercept:
prevent
Example: [The police intercepted a shipment of fake drugs]

Intercession:
Entreaty in behalf of others.

Interdict:
prohibit
Example: [all nations must interdict the use of nuclear weapons]

Interim:
temporary Time between acts or periods
Example: [an interim solution]

Interlocutor:
speaker, a person with whom you are having a conversation, converser, talker, interrogator
Example: [My hesitation and prevarication had apparently not inspired my interlocutor with confidence in me]

Interlocutory:
intermediate, conversational, not final
Example: [interlocutory decree]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Interloper: meddler in others’ affairs intruder
Example: [Security did not prevent an interloper from entering]

Interlude:
break, pause, intermission, interval, entertainment between the parts of a play, concert, etc.
Example: [In an interlude of their overnight discussion Barbara had asked him to lunch with her]

Intermediate:
Being in a middle place or degree or between extremes.

Interminable:
unending
Example: [an interminable delay]

Intermission:
A recess.

Intermittent:
starting and stopping
Example: [intermittent rain]

Internecine:
mutually destructive
Example: [internecine war]

Interpolate:
insert
Example: [interpolate the data]

Interpose:
To come between other things or persons.

Interposition:
interference, insertion, intervention, interruption, interjection
Example: [The clergy this time invoked the interposition of Government]

Interpreter:
A person who makes intelligible the speech of a foreigner by oral translation.

Interrex:
one who acts as a provisional ruler between two successive reigns or regimes
Example: [The patricians…assembled together and elected an interrex]

Interrogate:
to question formally
Example: [Thousands of dissidents were interrogated]

Interrogative:
inquisitive, questioning, denoting a question, curious, inquiring
Example: [an interrogative glance]

Interrupt:
To stop while in progress.

Intersect:
To cut through so as to divide
Example: [The roads intersect near the bridge]

Interstate:
between states
Example: [the interstate highway system]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Interstice: a small space between things
Example: [plants were growing in the interstices between the bricks]

Interval:
pause, break, intermission
Example: [frequent intervals]

Intervale:
A low tract of land between hills especially along a river.

Intervene:
mediate interfere
Example: [The Central Bank intervened]

Intestacy:
the condition of dying without a legal will
Example: [The devolution of real estate in case of intestacy should be assimilated to that of personal estate]

Intestine:
gut, bowel
Example: [The bile and other juices that flow into the intestine perform important functions]

Intimate:
allude to
Example: [She has intimated that she will resign if she loses the vote]

Intimidate:
To frighten or threaten
Example: [he used to intimidate all the kids]

Intimidation:
bullying, disheartenment, coercion, terrorization
Example: [His own share he ran through in five years, and he has tried since then by every trick of a cunning, low-minded man, by base cajolery, by legal quibbles, by brutal intimidation, to juggle me out of my share as well]

Intolerance:
Inability or unwillingness to bear or endure.

Intoxicant:
alcoholic drink, alcoholic substance, intoxicating drug
Example: [We believed that the individual was under the influence of some intoxicant]

Intracellular:
occurring or being inside a cell or cells
Example: [intracellular fluid]

Intractable:
not easily managed
Example: [an intractable problem]

Intransigence:
the act of refusing to compromise
Example: [the intransigence of both parties]

Intransigent:
uncompromising
Example: [an intransigent position]

Intrepid:
fearless
Example: [a team of intrepid explorers]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


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