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repertoire
a collection of skills or accomplishments.
obtain
to be given or to earn something through efforts
distribution
- in statistics: an arrangement of values showing frequency of occurrence - in engineering: the way in which the fuel-air mixture is supplied to each cylinder of an engine - in commerce: delivery of products or services.
parameter
a characteristic or constant factor, a limit.
aspect
an element, feature, or quality of something
dynamic
always active or changing; in physics: a force related to motion
impact
a striking effect or result to hit with force
domain
a field of action, thought or influence; an area of knowledge
publish
to prepare a book, journal, magazine and make it available
denote
be a name or symbol for
authority
people in positions of power, able to decide things
semantic
the different meanings of words
par
the usual amount
ion
a charged atom
matrix
a substance, situation, or environment in which something has its origin - in math: an arrangement of numbers in rows and columns
linear
made of lines
cognitive
the process of knowing and remembering
graph
image expressing numerical data in lines or shapes
correlation
a measure of the relationship between two variables
linguistic
belonging to language
acid
sour substance that reacts with metals, for example, lemon
induce
to cause, to persuade
velocity
speed in a given direction
interval
the distance between two points, numbers or times
discourse
talk, conversation
finite
having limits; lasting for a limited time
stimulus
something that makes a change.
vector
a quantity that has both size and direction.
electron
a negatively charged particle
receptor
a device that receives information; in physiology: a nerve ending that changes stimuli into impulses
theorem
a statement that can be proved
algorithm
a step-by-step problem-solving feature
fluid
a material that can easily flow., for example, water
developmental
concerning the development or growth
bound
to go to a specified place; to jump
molecular
about or caused by molecules
transformation
a complete change in shape or form of something
spatial
about space
coefficient
a number multiplied by a variable in an algebraic expression.
translation
changing from one form to another., for example, changing from one language to another
stadium
very large building with a sports field and rows of seats all around that is used for various events
membrane
a thin covering of tissue.
neuron
a nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system.
simulation
a copy; a method that is used to study and analyze the characteristics of the real world
lexical
about words
regime
a system of management; a form of government
variance
(statistics) amount of difference in distributions
molecule
two or more atoms chemically combined
marker
something that is easy to recognize or identify
statistics
a type of mathematics that provide specific information or prove something
empirical
based on observation or experiment
robot
a mechanical creature that acts like a human
criteria
standard used to make judgments or decisions
found
to be based on, started or created by
statistical
about statistics
vowel
a speech sound; a, e , i, o, u and sometimes y
equilibrium
a state of balance
intensity
great energy, strength, or concentration
regression
going back; in statistics: a type of correlational procedure that focuses on predicting the values of an outcome based on its correlation with another variable.
diagnosis
a judgment by a doctor about a person’s illness
identification
(card or paper) that proves who a person is
node
an intersection or junction point in a network; a part on a plant where a new leaf grows
candidate
a person who is selected by others as a contestant for an office or honor
partial
not complete; being only part of something
correlate
to show the relationship between two items or events.
mortality
the quality or state of being human and being able to die
antibody
a defense provided by the body against disease
temporal
concerning time
particle
a very small piece of something
duration
the length of time that something lasts
behavioral
concerning the way people act
consumption
how much is spent on things; the process of eating and drinking
bilingual
being able to speak two languages well
sensitivity
being sensitive; in physiology: the ability of an organism or part of an organism to react to stimuli; in electronics: the ability of a radio device to react to incoming signals
similarity
the degree to which people or things are the same
optimal
best
explicit
definite; clearly stated; specific
mutation
a change; in genetics: any event that changes genetic structure
colonial
of a system where one country controls another
phonological
concerning sound
spectrum
the wavelengths of colors from red to violet
nucleus
control center of a cell
onset
the beginning
integration
act of bringing things together into a whole
dominant
strongest
pathway
a path or way that you can walk
coordinate
to bring order and organization to something; in maths: any of the magnitudes that serve to define the position of a point or line by reference to a fixed figure or system of lines.
calculation
process or result of using mathematics
precede
to go before
subset
a small set which is part of a larger set
syntactic
grammatical
orientation
the ability to locate oneself in your environment with reference to time, place, and people
proposition
an idea; a suggestion
inequality
situation where things are not equal/fair
identical
the same in every way
prevalence
widespread, common, general
differential
difference; diversity
generalize
to apply a particular idea to a large group
beam
a long piece of metal or wood; a line of light or energy
pulse
beat of the heart
norm
an established standard of performance or behavior
trait
a characteristic
prediction
a statement of what will happen next.
correspondence
Communication by letters, emails or text messages
essentially
basically, primarily
syllable
a unit of speech
chromosome
cell structures that carry the genetic material that is copied and passed to the next generation.
infect
to give someone a disease
magnetic
having the properties of a magnet, being able to attract.
configuration
a shape or outline; a method of arrangement
numerical
includes numbers
namely
that is to say, specifically
intermediate
between
transmission
an electronic signal that has been sent by radio waves; a force that has been transferred from one machine to another
dose
an amount of medicine to be taken at any one time
occurrence
specific instance of something happening
maternal
having to do with being a mother
axis
a line about which a rotating body, such as the earth, turns.
rational
sensible; based on facts
locus
a place or location; in genetics: the location of a gene on a chromosome
elite
important people of high status
approximation
something that is similar, but not an exact copy
thesis
a long essay; a position taken in an argument supported by a set of reasons
sin
a bad act; to do something bad
classification
putting similar items into groups or sets
threshold
a level or point at which something would start or stop happening.
syndrome
a group of signs and symptoms that accompany a disease
comparative
expressing a difference in degree
activate
to make something start working
adolescent
teenager developing into an adult
vocabulary
the words that a person knows
encode
to change a message or information into code
utterance
something that is said
facilitate
to make an action or process easier
incidence
the rate that something happens
induction
bringing about, or causing
trajectory
the path followed by an object moving through space
manuscript
a document, a piece of writing
commonly
typically, normally; not unusually
grammatical
concerning grammatical rules
accuracy
being exactly right; correctness
adaptation
changing to a new form; thing that is changed
amplitude
the breadth, width or largeness of something
cortex
the outer part of an organ or structure
minimal
the smallest possible
systematic
done in a thorough, logical or planned way
horizontal
flat or level
projection
an image on a screen
synthesis
building something complex from simple parts
diameter
the distance across the center of an object
cone
a 3D shape with a circular base; a part of the eye
dependence
relying on someone for (financial) support
organism
living thing, often one that is small
emergence
the process of emerging/coming out
overlap
to lie over or cover a part of something else
substitution
a person or thing acting or serving in place of another; to put (a person or thing) in the place of another.
explicitly
clearly; specifically
evident
plain, clear
conceptual
characterized by concepts or the forming of concepts
detection
the act of discovering something or solving a crime
interact
an action that is answered by a reaction, verbal or physical