Chronic – Word of the Day for IELTS Speaking & Writing
Chronic (Adjective) /‘krɔnik/
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Meaning: continuing a long time
Synonyms: persistent, unremitting, constant
Antonyms: sporadic, infrequent
- A chronic condition
- A chronic disease/pain
For IELTS Speaking: The company is facing a chronic shortage of employment.
For IELTS Writing: Due to unhealthy diet, a large number of people are prone to chronic health conditions such as obesity, heart disease and cancer.
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