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Saturday, 1 June 2013

IELTS Vocabulary: development

development noun
1 developing sth
adjective
full
School should encourage the full ~ of a student's talents.
gradual
rapid
accelerated
continued , ongoing
arrested
sustainable
The agency supports and promotes sustainable economic ~.
healthy , normal
abnormal
commercial , economic , industrial , socio-economic
evolutionary , historical
regional
community , rural , suburban , urban
community ~ projects
human
brain , cell , etc.
artistic , cognitive , educational , emotional , intellectual , language , linguistic , moral , personal , physical , professional , psychological , sexual , social , spiritual
There is tremendous opportunity for personal and professional ~ at our company.
product , software , Web , website
drug , vaccine
business
curriculum
adolescent , child
property ( esp. BrE ) , real estate ( AmE )
verb + development
aid , allow , assist , encourage , enhance , facilitate , favour/favor , foster , permit , promote , spur , stimulate , support
Education stimulates the ~ of rational thinking.
A group of experts has been brought together to support the ~ of the project.
accelerate , speed up
Environmental factors can accelerate the ~ of certain cancers.
initiate , pioneer
guide , influence , shape
He influenced the ~ of modern dance.
affect , impact ( esp. AmE )
arrest , delay , discourage , halt , hamper , hinder , impede , inhibit , prevent , restrict , retard , slow
Too much emphasis on memorizing facts can inhibit the ~ of creative thinking.
undergo
The city has undergone rapid ~.
finance
The company went deep into debt to finance the ~ of the engine.
lead , monitor , oversee , spearhead
A UN team is monitoring the ~ of the peace process.
trace , track
In the opening chapter, the author traces the ~ of judo from its ancient roots.
development + verb
occur , take place
continue , progress
development + noun
initiative , plan , programme/program , project , scheme ( BrE ) , strategy
aid , assistance
tool
efforts , work
The invention requires more ~ work to make it viable.
process
the lengthy ~ process of a new model of car
phase
cycle
the three-year ~ cycle of their products
budget , capital , fund , grant
costs , expenditure
agency , company , firm , organization
committee , department , office
consultant , director , expert , manager , officer , team
opportunity
preposition
during   ~
Cell divisions during ~ occur in a fixed sequence.
in   ~
A more powerful version of this electric bus is currently in ~.
under   ~
A new vaccine is under ~.
phrases
research and ~
I do a lot of research and ~ work in my job.
a stage in the ~ of sth
an important stage in the ~ of Sino-American relations
a stage of ~
This is a perfectly normal stage of ~.
2 new event/idea
adjective
exciting , important , major , radical , remarkable , significant , striking
the latest , new , recent
logical
The move from TV to movies was a logical ~ in her career.
unexpected
welcome
positive
political , scientific , technical , technological
development + verb
occur , take place , unfold
the significant ~s taking place in the health service
preposition
~   in
new ~s in medicine
3 area of new buildings
adjective
housing , residential
business , commercial
ribbon ( BrE )
Ribbon ~s (= lines of buildings) extended along the main road.
mixed - use
The building plans are for a mixed-use ~.

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