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label
1) a piece of paper or another material that is attached to sth and gives information about it 2) a word or phrase which is used to describe a person, group, or thing, but which is unfair or not
label
1) to attach a label onto sth or write information on sth 2) to use a word or phrase to describe sb or sth, but often unfairly or incorrectly
labor
1) work, especially physical work 2) all the people who work for a company or in a country
labor
to work hard
labored
if sb's breathing is *, it is difficult for them to breathe
layer
one of several different levels in a complicated organization, system, set of ideas etc
layer
1) to make a layer of sth or put sth down in layers 2) to cut sb's hair so that the hair on top is in shorter lengths than the lower hair
lecture
1) to talk angrily or seriously to sb in order to criticize or warn them, in a way that they think is unfair or unnecessary 2) to talk to a group of people on a particular subject, especially to students in a university
lecturer
sb who gives lectures, especially in a university
legal
if sth is *, you are allowed to do it or have to do it by law
legality
the fact of being allowed by law
legally
according to the law
legislate
to make a law about sth
legislative
concerned with making laws
legislator
sb who has the power to make laws or belongs to an institution that makes laws
legislature
an institution that has the power to make or change laws
levy
to officially say that people must pay a tax or charge
levy
an additional sum of money, usually paid as a tax
liberal
1) willing to understand and respect other people's ideas, opinions, and feelings 2) supporting or allowing gradual political and social changes [≠ conservative]
liberal
sb with liberal opinions or principles [≠ conservative]
liberalism
liberal opinions and principles, especially on social and political subjects [≠ conservatism]
liberalize
to make a system, laws, or moral attitudes less strict
liberally
using or including plenty of something, especially in a generous way
liberate
1) to free sb from feelings or conditions that make their life unhappy or difficult 2) to free prisoners, a city, a country etc from sb's control
liberated
free to behave in the way you want, and not restricted by traditional rules of social and sexual behaviour
license
to give official permission for sb to do or produce sth, or for an activity to take place
licensed
1) (BE) having a licence to sell alcoholic drinks 2) a car, gun etc that is licensed is one that sb has official permission to own or use
likewise
1) (formal) in the same way [= similarly] 2) (spoken) used to return sb's greeting or polite statement
link
1) to make a connection between two or more things or people 2) to physically join two or more things, people, or places [= connect]
link
1) a way in which two things or ideas are related to each other 2) a relationship or connection between two or more people, countries, organizations etc
linkage
1) (formal) a link 2) a system of links or connections
locate
to find the exact position of sth
location
1) a particular place, especially in relation to other areas, buildings etc 2) the position of sth
logical
1) seeming reasonable and sensible 2) using a thinking process in which facts and ideas are connected in a correct way
logician
sb who studies or is skilled in logic