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fraud
the crime of using dishonest methods to take something valuable from another person
intensive
involving very great effort or work
halt
to stop (something or someone) from moving or continuing or hapenning
preliminary
coming before the main part of something
resolve
to find an answer or solution to (something) / to make a serious decision to do something (She ........... to quit smoking.)
tide
the rise and fall of the sea that happens twice every day
fitting
of a kind that is appropriate for the situation or purpose
subsidiary
not as important as something else - owned or controlled by another company
delicate
easily broken or damaged - attractive and made up of small or fine parts
undertake
to begin or attempt (something) - to agree or promise to do (something)
exceptional
much greater than usual, especially in skill, intelligence, quality
stance
a publicly stated opinion - a way of standing
mount
to go or climb up (something) - to attach (something) to something for support or use
residence
the state of living in a particular place - legal permission to live in a country
tender
very loving and gentle - (of food) easy to chew or bite
clearing
an area in a wood or forest from which trees and bushes have been removed
celebrated
known and praised by many people : famous e.g (a ........... book)
encounter
to have or experience (problems, difficulties, etc.) - to meet (someone) by chance
innovation
a new idea, device, or method
speculation
ideas or guesses about something that is not known
exclusive
not shared : available to only one person or group
compulsory
[c.......]required by a law or rule
trap
[t...]to stop (something) from escaping or being lost especially because it is useful
splendid
[sp..] excellent, or beautiful and impressive
manufacture
to produce goods in large numbers, usually in a factory using machines