IELTS Vocabularies Start with A

Here are important IELTS vocabulary words starting with “A” with their meanings and usage:

    Abandon - to leave behind or give up completely (He abandoned his car in the middle of the road.)

    Abate - to reduce in amount, intensity, or degree (The storm abated after several hours.)

    Abduct - to kidnap or take away someone by force (The girl was abducted from her home.)

    Abhor - to regard with disgust or hatred (I abhor violence.)

    Abundant - present in large quantities (The garden was filled with abundant flowers.)

    Accelerate - to increase the speed or rate of something (The car accelerated down the road.)

    Accommodate - to provide lodging or make room for (The hotel can accommodate up to 100 guests.)

    Accurate - free from errors or mistakes (The report was accurate and well-researched.)

    Accuse - to charge someone with wrongdoing or a crime (He was accused of stealing money from the company.)

    Achieve - to accomplish or attain a goal (She worked hard to achieve her dream of becoming a doctor.)

    Acknowledge - to recognize the existence or truth of something (He acknowledged that he was wrong.)

    Acquire - to gain possession of something (She acquired a new skill through practice.)

    Adapt - to adjust or change to suit different conditions (He had to adapt to the new environment.)

    Adept - skilled or proficient at something (She was adept at playing the piano.)

    Adequate - sufficient or satisfactory for a particular purpose (The facilities were adequate for the event.)

    Adhere - to stick to or follow a particular belief or rule (She adhered to her strict diet plan.)

    Adjacent - next to or adjoining something (The hotel room was adjacent to the swimming pool.)

    Administer - to manage or direct the affairs of something (He was appointed to administer the company.)

    Admire - to regard with respect or approval (I admire her for her courage.)

    Adopt - to take up or start using a new idea or practice (She decided to adopt a healthier lifestyle.)

    Adore - to love or admire deeply (She adored her little sister.)

    Advance - to move forward or make progress (The company advanced rapidly in the market.)

    Advantage - a favorable circumstance or benefit (Her knowledge of the subject gave her an advantage in the competition.)

    Adventure - an exciting or unusual experience (The trip was filled with adventure and excitement.)

    Adversary - an opponent or enemy (He considered his colleague to be his adversary.)

    Advertise - to promote or publicize a product or service (The company advertised its new product on social media.)

    Advocate - to support or recommend a particular policy or action (He advocated for better healthcare policies.)

    Aesthetic - relating to beauty or artistic expression (The painting had a pleasing aesthetic.)

    Affection - a feeling of fondness or love (She felt a great affection for her pet.)

    Affirm - to declare or assert positively (She affirmed her belief in the power of education.)

    Afford - to have enough money to pay for something (She couldn't afford to buy a new car.)

    Aggravate - to make a problem or situation worse (The rain aggravated the flooding in the area.)

    Agitate - to disturb or excite someone (The loud noise agitated the dog.)

    Ailment - a physical or mental illness or disorder (He suffered from a chronic ailment.)

    Aim - to direct one's efforts

Some more

Absolute - complete and without limitations (e.g. The ruler had absolute power over his subjects.)
Absorb - to take in or soak up (e.g. The sponge absorbed all the water.)
Abstract - existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical or concrete existence (e.g. The concept of love is abstract.)
Abundance - a very large quantity of something (e.g. The garden had an abundance of flowers.)
Abuse - improper or excessive use or treatment (e.g. The animal was subjected to abuse.)
Accede - to agree or give consent (e.g. The government acceded to the demands of the protesters.)
Accelerate - to increase in speed or rate (e.g. The car accelerated down the highway.)
Accentuate - to emphasize or highlight (e.g. The dress accentuated her curves.)
Access - the ability to enter or use (e.g. The building has wheelchair access.)
Accommodate - to provide lodging or make adjustments for someone or something (e.g. The hotel can accommodate up to 100 guests.)
Accompany - to go somewhere with someone as a companion or escort (e.g. She accompanied her friend to the concert.)
Accomplice - a person who helps someone else commit a crime or wrongdoing (e.g. The robber's accomplice was also arrested.)
Accord - an agreement or understanding (e.g. The two countries signed an accord to promote trade.)
Accrue - to accumulate or increase over time (e.g. Interest on the account will accrue over the year.)
Accuracy - the quality of being exact or precise (e.g. The survey was conducted with great accuracy.)
Accusation - a charge or claim that someone has done something wrong or illegal (e.g. The defendant denied the accusation of theft.)
Accuse - to charge or blame someone for something (e.g. The police accused him of stealing the car.)
Achieve - to reach or accomplish a goal or desired outcome (e.g. She achieved her dream of becoming a doctor.)
Acknowledge - to recognize or admit the existence or truth of something (e.g. She acknowledged her mistake.)
Acquaint - to make someone familiar with or aware of something (e.g. She acquainted herself with the new company policies.)
Acquire - to obtain or come into possession of something (e.g. He acquired a new skill.)
Across - from one side to the other (e.g. The river flowed across the valley.)
Act - to do something (e.g. She acted quickly to save the drowning child.)
Action - the process of doing something