Rash – Word Of The Day For IELTS Speaking And Writing
Rash: (Adjective) /ræʃ/
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if you are rash, you do things too quickly, without thinking carefully about whether they are sensible or not
Audacious, Impulsive, Careless.
For IELTS Speaking:.
“He was smiling but with such grimness that she began to regret her rash decision to come.”
“Before making any rash decisions about your fund you should consider the following points.”
For IELTS Writing:
“The rash application of strong antiseptic solutions to prevent or ward off infection is another rare cause of urethritis.”
Match the word below to complete these sentences.
property, sweeping, nonentity, phoneme, nominal, retrial
- Next to him, the other dancers seemed like ……………………
- The rise in the inflation rate, in turn, raises the …………….. interest rate
- Some of the stolen …………….. was discovered in an empty warehouse.
- The players will face a ……………… on charges of serious assault in October.
- The cloth is liberally soaked and wiped over the surface in a smooth ……………………… motion.
- At the lexical level the frame of discernment consists of words expressed as ordered sets of ……………….
- Don’t go making any _____________ decisions about your future!
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