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diagnostic
used to help identify a disease, illness, or problem e.g. (One important ………. feature of this condition is a mild rash.)
consecutive
following each other without interruption e.g. (We had unusually cold temperatures for five ………. days.)
transparent
able to be seen through / easy to notice or understand e.g. (a ………. lie/falsehood)
juvenile
a young bird or animal / a young person e.g. (a crime committed by ……...)
anticipate
to expect something (with pleasure) / to do something before it can be done by somebody else e.g. (When Scott reached the South Pole he found that Amundsen had ……...d him.)
span
to continue throughout (a period of time) / to include a large area or a lot of things e.g. (Her academic interests ….. a wide variety of topics.)
composite
something made by putting together different parts or materials e.g. (a ………. of diverse communities)
attribute
to say or believe that something is the result of a particular thing e.g. (He ……s his success to his coach.)
nobility
people of high social position who have titles such as that of duke or duchess |(must be proceded with "the")
opt
to choose to take or not to take a particular course of action — often + for/against e.g. (He usually orders strawberry ice cream but ....ed for chocolate this time.)
notwithstanding
despite — often used after its object e.g. (The law was passed, our objections ….……….)
dip
to put (something) into a liquid and pull it out again quickly / to lift (liquid) out from a container / to move downward e.g. (The sun …..ped below the horizon.)
tolerance
sympathy or indulgence for beliefs or practices differing from or conflicting with one's own / capacity to endure pain or hardship : endurance, fortitude, stamina
subsidy
money that is paid usually by a government to keep the price of a product or service low or to help a business or organization to continue to function
hazardous
involving risk or danger
moisture
a small amount of a liquid (such as water) that makes something wet or moist
render
to cause (someone or something) to be in a specified condition / to give (something) to someone / to present or perform (something) (perfectly ……..ed songs)
dubious
feeling doubt about something — usually + about e.g. (I was …... [=doubtful] about our chances for success.)
wholesale
the business of selling things in large amounts to other businesses rather than to individual customers
maternity
designed to be worn by a woman who is pregnant / relating to the time when a woman gives birth to a baby
upward
toward the ceiling, sky, etc. e.g. (The hawk spiraled …....) / toward a higher or better condition or position
daring
willing to do dangerous or difficult things / showing a lack of fear
orbit
a path described by one body in its revolution about another (as by the earth about the sun or by an electron about an atomic nucleus); also :  one complete revolution of a body describing such a path
breakthrough
a sudden increase in knowledge, understanding, etc. : an important discovery that happens after trying for a long time to understand or explain something
weary
making you feel tired or bored / no longer interested in or enthusiastic about something e.g. (Students soon grow …….. of listening to a parade of historical facts.)