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1000 MELAB Writing Words is prepared for students who are hard working to get a high mark in MELAB writing test. As you may know, writing test has higher requirement than reading. In reading test, you just need to know or understand a word; the size of reading vocabulary may be larger, but you don’t need to use them or to spell them. In writing test, the requirement is totally different: you have to spell the word right and quick. Only know a word doesn’t help in writing test. This is the reason we collect about 1000 must-have MELAB writing words that are fundamental but useful in writing test. Learning these words and using them in writing with right way will definitely increase your writing test mark. Although this is a short 1000 words list, it can play a critical part in MELAB writing test. As bonus, we attached example sentences for each word. By studying these examples, you will get hints of how to use these words in right and decent way. It’s a great asset to enhance your writing level.


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community: Read
society; a group of people living in the same locality and under the same government
E.g. Where governments manage public life, human freedom in community is compromised.

commute: Read
obtain or bargain for exemption or substitution; travel regularly from a place of residence to another place
E.g. In exchange for cooperating with detectives on another case, criminal tried to commute his charges.

commuter: Read
someone who travels regularly from home in a suburb to work in a city
E.g. Vancouver is increasingly becoming a commuter city.

comparable: Read
similar or equivalent; being of equal regard; worthy to be ranked with
E.g. People whose jobs are comparable in difficulty should receive similar pay.

compensate: Read
make amends for; reimburse
E.g. He said improved trade would compensate for the jobs lost to competition from India's world beating out-sourcing and computer software industries.

compensation: Read
something given or received as payment as for a service or loss or injury
E.g. There are an estimated 86000 survivors around the world and almost half of them could be eligible for payments from the compensation fund.

competence: Read
quality of being adequately or well qualified physically and intellectually
E.g. Whereas overseas companies have been shedding activities that are not related to their core competence, Indian companies seem to be going the other way.

competition: Read
struggle; rivalry; act of competing as for profit or a prize
E.g. There she's against tough competition such as Meryl Streep but this award will give her extra momentum towards what's undoubtedly the bigger prize in movies.

compile: Read
put together or compose from materials gathered from several sources
E.g. We planned to compile a list of the words most frequently used on these examinations.

compliment: Read
praise; commendation; say something to someone that expresses praise
E.g. A compliment is a gift, not to be thrown away carelessly, unless you want to hurt the giver.

compose: Read
write; create; make or create by putting together parts or elements
E.g. As you begin to compose, improvise on that melody and see where it naturally wants to take you.

comprehensive: Read
thorough; including all or everything; broad in scope
E.g. Mr. Skubel has since completed what he describes as a comprehensive two-week training program and is now setting up his franchise in his hometown.

compulsory: Read
mandatory; obligatory; required by rule
E.g. In 2004 Britain introduced a compulsory citizenship ceremony which required new citizens to take a broader oath promising to respect Britain's rights, freedoms and laws.

compute: Read
reckon; make mathematical calculation
E.g. He failed to compute the interest, so his bank balance was not accurate.

concept: Read
something formed in the mind; thought or notion
E.g. The local chain concept is simple: identify your customer, cater to their tastes and once successful, expand within a neighborhood.

concerted: Read
planned or accomplished together; combined
E.g. All the Girl Scouts made a concerted effort to raise funds for their annual outing.

concurrent: Read
simultaneous; coincident; occurring or operating at the same time
E.g. The Winter War fought between Finland and the Soviet Union, was a concurrent war to World War II, and thus is covered in its own main article.

condition: Read
mode or state of being; fitness; existing circumstances
E.g. The Organization Man survives as a modern classic because it captures a permanent part of our social condition.

conditioning: Read
process of modifying person's behavior; preparation or training, especially athletic training of body
E.g. Her part-time job also involves working with the strength and conditioning coaches to help players achieve and maintain optimal body mass.

confine: Read
restrict in movement; circumscribe
E.g. You may take the maniac with you to England; confine her with due attendance and precautions at Thornfield.

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 MELAB Writing Words - QuizMore Quizzes Show Quiz 
activate  Read
Exercise
place of worship that is smaller than and subordinate to a church; service conducted in a chapel
Exercise
make active or more active; stimulate; make radioactive
Exercise
make white or colorless; blanch
Exercise
solidify; guarantee; convince
adequate  Read
Exercise
move or cause to move energetically and busily; teem
Exercise
tutor; teacher; a vehicle carrying many passengers
Exercise
owed and payable immediately or on demand; proper and appropriate; fitting
Exercise
sufficient; enough to meet a purpose
aquarium  Read
Exercise
modify; cause to change; make different; convert
Exercise
tank or pool or bowl filled with water for keeping live fish and underwater animals
Exercise
make white or colorless; blanch
Exercise
tutor; teacher; a vehicle carrying many passengers
assure  Read
Exercise
prescribe; rule as a dictator
Exercise
solidify; guarantee; convince
Exercise
tank or pool or bowl filled with water for keeping live fish and underwater animals
Exercise
volume; something contained; material, including text and images
baggage  Read
Exercise
person who carries a message
Exercise
money; general acceptance or use
Exercise
make pieces of money from metal; invent or fabricate
Exercise
trunks, bags, parcels, and suitcases in which one carries one's belongings while traveling; luggage
bleach  Read
Exercise
move faster; cause to develop or progress more quickly; occur sooner than expected
Exercise
great or plentiful amount; fullness to overflowing
Exercise
morally pure in thought or conduct; decent and modest
Exercise
make white or colorless; blanch
bud  Read
Exercise
melt; liquefy; cause to pass into solution; cause to disappear or vanish
Exercise
move faster; cause to develop or progress more quickly; occur sooner than expected
Exercise
one that is not yet fully developed; sprout
Exercise
make pieces of money from metal; invent or fabricate
bustle  Read
Exercise
something given or received as payment as for a service or loss or injury
Exercise
move or cause to move energetically and busily; teem
Exercise
morally pure in thought or conduct; decent and modest
Exercise
quote; adduce as an instance
chaste  Read
Exercise
sell at artificially low prices; throw away as refuse
Exercise
person who carries a message
Exercise
morally pure in thought or conduct; decent and modest
Exercise
one that is not yet fully developed; sprout
coach  Read
Exercise
owed and payable immediately or on demand; proper and appropriate; fitting
Exercise
make active or more active; stimulate; make radioactive
Exercise
pertaining to the universe; vast
Exercise
tutor; teacher; a vehicle carrying many passengers
 MELAB Writing Words - SpellMore Exercises Show Exercise 
Read [Esc]  theoretical; not concrete; not applied or practical; difficult to understand
E.g. To him, hunger was an [___] concept; he had never missed a meal.


Spelling Word: abstract
Read [Esc]  improper use or handling; misuse
E.g. Thanks to Vito, the commenter said, he has stopped 7 years of girl [___] in this area.


Spelling Word: abuse
Read [Esc]  one who maintains and audits business accounts
E.g. Our business and finance group is looking for a dynamic [___] to join accounting team in support of the Company's new area.


Spelling Word: accountant
Read [Esc]  sufficient; enough to meet a purpose
E.g. England missed key players through injury, lacked [___] preparation and was unable to match Australia's skill.


Spelling Word: adequate
Read [Esc]  speak, plead, or argue in favour of; plead for; push for something
E.g. The some doctors [___] a smoking ban in the entire house.


Spelling Word: advocate
Read [Esc]  trade goods or services without the exchange of money
E.g. Trashbank is an online site where you can [___], buy, sell, trade, or swap your items or services.


Spelling Word: barter
Read [Esc]  whip; strike; defeat; hit repeatedly
E.g. Speak roughly to your little boy; And [___] him when he sneezes; He only does it to annoy; Because he knows it teases.


Spelling Word: beat
Read [Esc]  raise; advance; push or shove upward
E.g. It shows political parties could [___] their share of the vote considerably.


Spelling Word: boost
Read [Esc]  boundary line of a circle, figure, area, or object
E.g. The earth has a [___] of approximately 24900 miles.


Spelling Word: circumference
Read [Esc]  of or relating to or characteristic of or inhabiting a colony
E.g. Britain, the former [___] power, said it looked forward to working with the new government.


Spelling Word: colonial