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access
v. (formal) to reach, enter or use something
accessibility
n. access
accessible
adj. that can be reached, entered, used, seen, etc
accessibility
n. accessible
adequately
adv. adequate
adequacy
n. adequate
adequate
adj. enough in quantity, or good enough in quality, for a particular purpose or need
annual
n. a book, especially one for children, that is published once a year, with the same title each time, but different contents
annually
adv. once a year
apparent
adj. easy to see or understand
apparently
adv. according to what you have heard or read; according to the way something appears
approximate
v. to be similar or close to something in nature, quality, amount, etc, but not exactly the same
approximately
adv. used to show that something is almost, but not completely, accurate or correct
approximation
n. an estimate of a number or an amount that is almost correct, but not exact
attitude
n. the way that you think and feel about somebody/something; the way that you behave towards somebody/something that shows how you think and feel
attributable
adj. probably caused by the thing mentioned
attribute
n. a quality or feature of somebody/something
attribution
n. attribute
attribute
v. to say or believe that something is the result of a particular thing
bib overalls
n. a piece of clothing that consists of trousers/pants with an extra piece of cloth covering the chest, held up by strips of cloth over the shoulders
civil
adj. connected with the people who live in a country
civilly
adv. civil
code
v. to write or print words, letters, numbers, etc. on something so that you know what it is, what group it belongs to, etc
commit
v. to do something wrong or illegal
commitment
n. a promise to do something or to behave in a particular way; a promise to support somebody/something; the fact of committing yourself
committed
adj. willing to work hard and give your time and energy to something; believing strongly in something
communicable
adj. that somebody can pass on to other people or communicate to somebody else
communicate
v. to exchange information, news, ideas, etc. with somebody
communication
n. the activity or process of expressing ideas and feelings or of giving people information
communicative
adj. willing to talk and give information to other people
concentrate
n. a substance that is made stronger because water or other substances have been removed
concentrated
adj. showing determination to do something
concentration
n. the ability to direct all your effort and attention on one thing, without thinking of other things
confer
v. to discuss something with somebody, in order to exchange opinions or get advice
conference
n. a large official meeting, usually lasting for a few days, at which people with the same work or interests come together to discuss their views
contrast
v. to compare two things in order to show the differences between them
contrasting
adj. very different in style, colour or attitude
contrastive
adj. showing the differences between languages
coveralls
n. a loose piece of clothing like a shirt and trousers/pants in one piece, made of heavy cloth and usually worn over other clothing by workers doing dirty work
cycle
v. to ride a bicycle; to travel by bicycle
cyclic
adj. repeated many times and always happening in the same order
cyclically
adv. cyclic
debatable
adj. not certain because people can have different ideas and opinions about the thing being discussed
debate
v. to discuss something, especially formally, before making a decision or finding a solution
debating
n. debate
despite
prop. used to show that something happened or is true although something else might have happened to prevent it
dimension
n. a measurement in space, for example the height, width or length of something
-dimensional
having the number of dimensions mentioned
domestic
n. a servant who works in somebody's house, doing the cleaning and other jobs
domestically
adv. domestic
domestic
adj. of or inside a particular country; not foreign or international
domesticate
v. to make a wild animal used to living with or working for humans
domesticated
adj. domesticate
domestication
n. domesticate
emerge
v. to come out of a dark, confined or hidden place
emergence
n. emerge
emergent
adj. new and still developing
erroneous
adj. not correct; based on wrong information
erroneously
adv. erroneous
error
n. a mistake, especially one that causes problems or affects the result of something
ethnic
n. a person from an ethnic minority
ethnically
adv. ethnic
ethnic
adj. connected with or belonging to a nation, race or people that shares a cultural tradition
ethnicity
n. the fact of belonging to a particular race
goal
n. (in sports) a frame with a net into which players must kick or hit the ball in order to score a point
grant
n. a sum of money that is given by the government or by another organization to be used for a particular purpose
granted
conj. because of the fact that
head teacher
n. a teacher who is in charge of a school
hence
adv. for this reason
hypothesis
n. an idea or explanation of something that is based on a few known facts but that has not yet been proved to be true or correct
hypothesize
v. to suggest a way of explaining something when you do not definitely know about it; to form a hypothesis
hypothetically
adv. hypothetical
hypothetical
adj. based on situations or ideas which are possible and imagined rather than real and true
implement
n. a tool or an instrument, often one that is quite simple and that is used outdoors
implementation
n. implement
implement
v. to make something that has been officially decided start to happen or be used
implicate
v. to show or suggest that somebody is involved in something bad or criminal
implication
n. a possible effect or result of an action or a decision
impose
v. to introduce a new law, rule, tax, etc; to order that a rule, punishment, etc. be used
imposition
n. the act of introducing something such as a new law or rule, or a new tax
inaccessibility
n. inaccessible
inaccessible
adj. difficult or impossible to reach or to get
inadequacy
n. the state of not being enough or good enough
inadequate
adj. not enough; not good enough
inadequately
adv. inadequate
integrate
v. to combine two or more things so that they work together; to combine with something else in this way
integrated
adj. in which many different parts are closely connected and work successfully together
integration
n. the act or process of combining two or more things so that they work together (= of integrating them)
internal
adj. connected with the inside of something
internalization
n. internalize
internalize
v. to make a feeling, an attitude, or a belief part of the way you think and behave
internally
adv. internal
internal
adj. connected with the inside of something
investigate
v. to carefully examine the facts of a situation, an event, a crime, etc. to find out the truth about it or how it happened
investigation
n. an official examination of the facts about a situation, crime, etc
investigative
adj. involving examining an event or a situation to find out the truth
investigator
n. a person who examines a situation such as an accident or a crime to find out the truth
job
n. work for which you receive regular payment
label
v. to fix a label on something or write information on something
mechanism
n. a set of moving parts in a machine that performs a task
multidimensional
adj. having several dimensions (= measurements in space)
obvious
adj. easy to see or understand
obviously
adv. used when giving information that you expect other people to know already or agree with
obviousness
n. obvious
occupancy
n. the act of living in or using a building, room, piece of land, etc
occupant
n. a person who lives or works in a particular house, room, building, etc
occupation
n. a job or profession
occupationally
adv. occupational
occupational
adj. connected with a person's job or profession
occupied
adj. being used by somebody
occupier
n. a person who lives in or uses a building, room, piece of land, etc.
occupy
v. to fill or use a space, an area or an amount of time
option
v. to buy or sell the right to own or use something, at some time in the future
optional
adj. that you can choose to do or have if you want to
output
v. (computing) to supply or produce information, results, etc
overall
n. a loose coat worn over other clothes to protect them from dirt, etc
parallel
v. to be similar to something; to happen at the same time as something
parallel
n. a person, a situation, an event, etc. that is very similar to another, especially one in a different place or time
parameter
n. something that decides or limits the way in which something can be done
phase
v. to arrange to do something gradually in stages over a period of time
predict
v. to say that something will happen in the future
predictably
adv. predictable
predictability
n. predictable
predictable
adj. if something is predictable, you know in advance that it will happen or what it will be like
prediction
n. a statement that says what you think will happen; the act of making such a statement
principal
n. the person who is in charge of a college or a university
principally
adv. mainly
prior
n. a person who is in charge of a group of monks or nuns living in a priory
professional
n. a person who does a job that needs special training and a high level of education
professionalism
n. the high standard that you expect from a person who is well trained in a particular job
professionally
adv. in a way that is connected with a person's job or training
project
v. to plan an activity, a project etc. for a time in the future
projection
n. an estimate or a statement of what figures, amounts, or events will be in the future, or what they were in the past, based on what is happening now
promote
v. to help something to happen or develop
promoter
n. a person or company that organizes or provides money for an artistic performance or a sporting event
promotion
n. a move to a more important job or rank in a company or an organization
regime
n. a method or system of government, especially one that has not been elected in a fair way
resolution
n. a formal statement of an opinion agreed on by a committee or a council, especially by means of a vote
resolve
n. strong determination to achieve something
retain
v. to keep something; to continue to have something
retainer
n. a sum of money that is paid to somebody to make sure they will be available to do work when they are needed
retention
n. the action of keeping something rather than losing it or stopping it
retentive
adj. able to store facts and remember things easily
series
n. several events or things of a similar kind that happen one after the other
statistic
n. a collection of information shown in numbers
statistical
adj. statistic
statistically
adv. statistic
statistician
n. one who studies statistics
status
n. the legal position of a person, group or country
stress
v. to emphasize a fact, an idea, etc
stressed
adj. too anxious and tired to be able to relax
stressful
adj. causing a lot of anxiety and worry
subsequent
adj. happening or coming after something else
subsequently
adv. afterwards; later; after something else has happened
sum up
v. to state the main points of something in a short and clear form
summarily
adv. summary
summary
adj. giving only the main points of something, not the details
summarize
v. to give a summary of something (= a statement of the main points)
summation
n. a summary of what has been done or said
sum
n. an amount of money
uncommunicative
adj. not willing to talk to other people or give opinions
undertaking
n. a task or project, especially one that is important and/or difficult
undertook
past tense of undertake
unparalleled
adj. used to emphasize that something is bigger, better or worse than anything else like it
unpredictably
adv. unpredictable
unpredictability
n. unpredictable
unpredictable
adj. that cannot be predicted because it changes a lot or depends on too many different things
unresolved
adj. not yet solved or answered; not having been resolved
unstressed
adj. pronounced without emphasis