Cumulative – Word Of The Day For IELTS Speaking And Writing
Cumulative: (Adjective) /ˈkjuːmjəleɪtɪv/
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increasing gradually as more of something is added or happens
Aggregate, Increasing, Accumulative
With nouns: cumulative effect/ impact/ incidence/ process/ selection/ total
For IELTS Speaking:.
“The cumulative effect provides an even more impressive testimonial.”
“Moreover, the cumulative impact of temporary disablements is considerably smaller than that of permanent impairments.”
For IELTS Writing:
“It was difficult for the authorities to detect this cumulative process at work.”
Match the word below to complete these sentences.
damnable, curative, cheekbone, indigestible, cumulative, indifferent
- For years, vintners lobbied regulators without success for permission to advertise therapeutic or …………… effects of wine.
- The purpose of this chapter is to demonstrate the power of this …………………… selection as a fundamentally non-random process.
- Wilberforce saw very clearly that this was the issue and that evolutionism was ……………….. because it implied moral and cultural relativity.
- A muscle near her right ……………… fluttered at erratic intervals, and the nail polish was chipped.
- Her father was quite friendly, but her mother seemed somewhat cold and ……………………..
- Many birds of prey regurgitate pellets which contain the ………………….. remains of their prey, including much of the bone.
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