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abstract
v. to remove something from somewhere
abstraction
n. a general idea not based on any particular real person, thing or situation; the quality of being abstract
abstract
adj. based on general ideas and not on any particular real person, thing or situation
abstractly
adv. abstract
accuracy
n. the state of being exact or correct; the ability to do something skilfully without making mistakes
accurate
adj. correct and true in every detail
accurately
adv. accurate
acknowledge
v. to accept that something is true
acknowledgement
n. an act of accepting that something exists or is true, or that something is there
aggregate
v. to put together different items, amounts, etc. into a single group or total
aggregation
n. aggregate
allocate
v. to give something officially to somebody/something for a particular purpose
allocation
n. an amount of money, space, etc. that is given to somebody for a particular purpose
assign
v. to give somebody something that they can use, or some work or responsibility
assignment
n. a task or piece of work that somebody is given to do, usually as part of their job or studies
attach
v. to fasten or join one thing to another
attached
adj. full of affection for somebody/something
attachment
n. a strong feeling of affection for somebody/something
author
v. to be the author of a book, report, etc.
authorship
n. the identity of the person who wrote something, especially a book
bond
v. to join two things firmly together; to join firmly to something else
bonding
n. the process of forming a special relationship with somebody or with a group of people
brevity
n. the quality of using few words when speaking or writing
brief
v. to give somebody information about something so that they are prepared to deal with it
briefing
n. a meeting in which people are given instructions or information
briefly
adv. for a short time
capability
n. the ability or qualities necessary to do something
capable
adj. having the ability or qualities necessary for doing something
capably
adv. capable
citation
n. words or lines taken from a book or a speech
cite
v. to mention something as a reason or an example, or in order to support what you are saying
cooperate
v. to work together with somebody else in order to achieve something
cooperation
n. the fact of doing something together or of working together towards a shared aim
cooperative
n. a cooperative business or other organization
cooperatively
adv. cooperative
cooperative
adj. involving doing something together or working together with others towards a shared aim
discriminate
v. to recognize that there is a difference between people or things; to show a difference between people or things
discrimination
n. the practice of treating somebody or a particular group in society less fairly than others
display
n. an arrangement of things in a public place to inform or entertain people or advertise something for sale
diverse
adj. very different from each other and of various kinds
diversification
n. diversify
diversify
v. to develop a wider range of products, interests, skills, etc. in order to be more successful or reduce risk
diversity
n. a range of many people or things that are very different from each other
domain
n. an area of knowledge or activity; especially one that somebody is responsible for
edit
v. to prepare a piece of writing, a book, etc. to be published by correcting the mistakes, making improvements to it, etc
edit
n. edit
edition
n. the form in which a book is published
editor
n. a person who is in charge of a newspaper, magazine, etc, or part of one, and who decides what should be included
editorship
n. editor
editorial
n. an important article in a newspaper, that expresses the editor's opinion about an item of news or an issue
enhance
v. to increase or further improve the good quality, value or status of somebody/something
enhanced
adj. enhance
enhancement
n. enhance
estate
n. a large area of land, usually in the country, that is owned by one person or family
exceed
v. to be greater than a particular number or amount
expert
adj. done with, having or involving great knowledge or skill
expertly
adv. expert
expertise
n. expert knowledge or skill in a particular subject, activity or job
explicit
adj. clear and easy to understand
explicitly
adv. explicit
explicitness
n. explicit
federal
adj. having a system of government in which the individual states of a country have control over their own affairs, but are controlled by a central government for national decisions, etc
federally
adv. federal
federation
n. a country consisting of a group of individual states that have control over their own affairs but are controlled by a central government for national decisions, etc
fee
n. an amount of money that you pay for professional advice or services
flexibly
adv. flexible
flexibility
n. flexible
flexible
adj. able to change to suit new conditions or situations
furthermore
adv. in addition to what has just been stated.Furthermore is used especially to add a point to an argument.
gender
n. the fact of being male or female, especially when considered with reference to social and cultural differences, not differences in biology
ignorance
n. a lack of knowledge or information about something
ignorantly
adv. ignorant
ignorant
adj. lacking knowledge or information about something; not educated
ignore
v. to pay no attention to something
inaccurately
adv. inaccurate
inaccuracy
n. inaccurate
inaccurate
adj. not exact or accurate; with mistakes
incapable
adj. not able to do something
incentive
n. something that encourages you to do something
incidence
n. the extent to which something happens or has an effect
incident
n. something that happens, especially something unusual or unpleasant
incidentally
adv. used to introduce a new topic, or some extra information, or a question that you have just thought of
incorporate
v. to include something so that it forms a part of something
incorporation
n. incorporate
index
v. to make an index of documents, the contents of a book, etc; to add something to a list of this type
inflexibly
adv. inflexible
inflexibility
n. inflexible
inflexible
adj. that cannot be changed or made more suitable for a particular situation
inhibit
v. to prevent something from happening or make it happen more slowly or less frequently than normal
inhibition
n. a shy or nervous feeling that stops you from expressing your real thoughts or feelings
initiate
n. a person who has been allowed to join a particular group, organization, or religion and is learning its rules and secrets
initiation
n. the act of somebody becoming a member of a group, often with a special ceremony; the act of introducing somebody to an activity or skill
initiative
n. a new plan for dealing with a particular problem or for achieving a particular purpose
initiator
n. the person who starts something
input
v. to put information into a computer
instruct
v. to tell somebody to do something, especially in a formal or official way
instruction
adj. giving detailed information on how to do or use something (= giving instructions)
instructive
adj. giving a lot of useful information
instructively
adv. instructive
instructor
n. a person whose job is to teach somebody a practical skill or sport
intelligence
n. the ability to learn, understand and think in a logical way about things; the ability to do this well
intelligent
adj. good at learning, understanding and thinking in a logical way about things; showing this ability
initiate
v. to make something begin
intelligently
adv. intelligent
interval
n. a period of time between two events
intermission
n. a short period of time separating parts of a play, film/movie or concert
irrational
adj. not based on, or not using, clear logical thought
irrationality
n. irrational
irrationally
adv. irrational
leader
n. editorial
lecture
v. to give a talk or a series of talks to a group of people on a subject, especially as a way of teaching in a university or college
lecturer
n. a person who gives a lecture
migrant
n. a person who moves from one place to another, especially in order to find work
migrate
v. to move from one part of the world to another according to the season
migration
n. the movement of large numbers of people, birds or animals from one place to another
migratory
adj. connected with, or having the habit of, regular migration
minimum
n. the smallest or lowest amount that is possible, required or recorded
ministerial
adj. connected with a government minister or ministers
ministry
n. a government department that has a particular area of responsibility
mortgage bond
n. a legal agreement by which a bank lends you money to buy a house, etc. which you pay back over many years; the sum of money that is lent
motivate
v. to be the reason why somebody does something or behaves in a particular way
motivated
adj. motivate
motivation
n. motivate
motivational
adj. motivate
motivator
n. motivate
motive
adj. (technical) causing movement or action
motive
n. a reason for doing something
motiveless
adj. motive
neutral
n. the position of the gears of a vehicle in which no power is carried from the engine to the wheels
neutrality
n. the state of not supporting either side in a disagreement, competition or war
neutralization
n. neutralize
neutralize
v. to stop something from having any effect
neutrally
adv. neutral
neutral
adj. not supporting or helping either side in a disagreement, competition, etc.
nevertheless
adv. despite something that you have just mentioned
overseas
adv. to or in a foreign country, especially those separated from your country by the sea or ocean
precede
v. to happen before something or come before something/somebody in order
precedence
n. the condition of being more important than somebody else and therefore coming or being dealt with first
precedent
n. an official action or decision that has happened in the past and that is seen as an example or a rule to be followed in a similar situation later
presumably
adv. used to say that you think that something is probably true
presume
v. to suppose that something is true, although you do not have actual proof
presumption
n. something that is thought to be true or probable
presumptuous
adj. too confident, in a way that shows a lack of respect for other people
rational
adj. (of behaviour, ideas, etc.) based on reason rather than emotions
rationality
n. rational
rationally
adv. rational
rationalism
n. the belief that all behaviour, opinions, etc. should be based on reason rather than on emotions or religious beliefs
rationalize
v. to find or try to find a logical reason to explain why somebody thinks, behaves, etc. in a way that is difficult to understand
rationalization
n. rationalize
reassign
v. to give somebody a different duty, position, or responsibility
reassignment
n. reassign
recommence
v. to begin again; to start doing something again
recover
v. to get well again after being ill/sick, hurt, etc
recovered
adj. recover
recoverable
adj. that you can get back after it has been spent or lost
recovery
n. the process of becoming well again after an illness or injury
recovery
n. the process of becoming well again after an illness or injury
reveal
v. to make something known to somebody
revealing
adj. giving you interesting information that you did not know before
revealingly
adv. revealing
revelation
n. a fact that people are made aware of, especially one that has been secret and is surprising
scope
v. to look at or examine something thoroughly
subsidiary
n. a business company that is owned or controlled by another larger company
subsidization
n. subsidize
subsidize
v. to give money to somebody or an organization to help pay for something; to give a subsidy
subsidy
n. money that is paid by a government or an organization to reduce the costs of services or of producing goods so that their prices can be kept low
tape
v. to record somebody/something on magnetic tape using a special machine
trace
n. a mark, an object or a sign that shows that somebody/something existed or was present
traceable
adj. if something is traceable, you can find out where it came from, where it has gone, when it began or what its cause was
transform
v. to change the form of something
transformation
n. a complete change in somebody/something
transformational
adj. transformation
transport
v. to take something/somebody from one place to another in a vehicle
transportation
n. the transportation industry
transporter
n. a large vehicle used for carrying heavy objects, for example other vehicles
unassigned
adj. not given to or reserved for any particular person or purpose
unattached
adj. not married or involved in a romantic relationship
underlie
v. to be the basis or cause of something
underlying
adj. important in a situation but not always easily noticed or stated clearly
unintelligent
adj. not intelligent
unmotivated
adj. not having interest in or enthusiasm for something, especially work or study
unprecedented
adj. that has never happened, been done or been known before
unprecedentedly
adv. unprecedented
utility
adj. that can be used for several different purposes
utilize
v. to use something, especially for a practical purpose
utilization
n. utilize