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responsible (for)
adj. to be the cause of something
chain (n.)
a series of metal rings which are joined together in a line
satisfy (v.)
to provide what someone needs or wants
clothing (n.)
the material that people wear
shelter (n.)
a place to live, considered as one of the basic needs of life
health (n.)
the general condition of your body
clean (adj.)
without any dirt or marks
deed (n.)
something someone does (formal)
practice (n.)
what really happens (not what should happen or what people think happens)
gap (n.)
a big difference between two situations, amounts, groups of people
rights (n.)
something that you are morally, legally, or officially allowed to do or have
compete (v.)
to try to gain something and stop someone else from having it or having as much of it
tend (v.)
when something happens often and is likely to happen again
tendency (n.)
when someone is likely to do something again or often
refer (v.)
to mention or speak about someone or something
preference (n.)
when you like something more than another thing
originate (v.)
to come from or start in a particular place/situation
key (adj.)
very important or necessary
intend (v.)
to have something in your mind as a plan or purpose
harm (n.)
damage, injury, or trouble caused by someone's actions or by an event
threaten (v.)
to say that you will cause someone harm or trouble if they do not do what you want
deserve (v.)
to have earned something by good or bad actions or behaviour
n. something that is done to cure someone who is injured or ill
universal (adj.)
involving everyone in the world or in a particular group
alike (adj.)
very similar
typical (adj.)
usual or normal
falsely (adv.)
to do something in an untrue or wrong way
opposite (adj.)
as different as possible from something else
n. an unreasonable dislike and distrust of people who are different from you in some way, especially because of their race, sex, religion
severity (n.)
how bad, serious, or extreme something is (usually has a negative meaning)
improve (v.)
to make something better, or to become better
n. the type of person you are, your character, your typical behaviour
behavior (n.)
the things or actions that a person or animal does
adj. related to human or animal actions
tie (n.)
a strong relationship between people, groups, or countries
liberty (n.)
the freedom and the right to do whatever you want without asking permission or being afraid of authority
immediately (adv.)
very soon before or after something; without delay
n. the group of people who control a country or state
checks (n.)
something that controls something else and stops it from getting worse, continuing to happen
balances (n.)
a state in which opposite forces or influences exist in equal amounts, in a positive way
approve (v.)
to officially accept something
male (adj.)
typical of or relating to men or boys