IELTS Vocabulary – Marriage

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Nouns & Collocations: 
  • criteria – a principle or standard by which something may be judged or decided.
    “they award a green label to products that meet certain environmental criteria”
  • savings in the bank – money in a bank account
Adjectives & Collocations: 
  • the perfect age 
  • an ideal situation 
  • the foreseeable future – at a time that is not long from now: soon
  • a stable career – a safe job
  • a drastic change – a radical or dramatic change
  • radical – totally different or new
    “the city is known for its radical approach to transport policy”
  • financially secure – having a stable or reliable income
  • settle down – to get married or commit to a married relationship
  • get married 
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