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pronounce
to make the sound of a word or letter with your voice
workshop
a brief intensive course for a small group; emphasizes problem solving
objection
reason for not supporting or agreeing with a plan
meaningful
having importance; showing someone's intention
wavelength
the size of a wave; a shared understanding
diagnose
to determine the cause of something, for example, an illness
accent
a way of speaking that shows your dialect or class
realm
the area ruled by a king or queen
replication
the act of making copies
basin
a sink; a place in a bathroom to wash your face
admission
the act of taking responsibility for an error or mistake
interestingly
you'll find this surprising; in an interesting way
clarify
to state again so that a point is clearer
grid
a metal structure with bars that is used to cover a hole
curriculum
group of related courses in a school or college
displacement
the act of taking the place of something or someone else
coherent
(of language/ideas) logical and well-organized
standardize
to change something in order to make everything the same or make everything agree
civilization
a highly developed society
positively
definitely or certainly
bacterial
concerning or caused by bacteria
deficiency
without something that is necessary
legitimate
being reasonable and sound
sophisticate
to make more complex or refined
accelerate
to increase the speed or rate of something
exponential
a constant e raised to a power equal to a given expression:, for example, e3x is the exponential of 3x.
formally
in a formal manner; officially
socially
being with other people
accurately
exactly and without any mistakes; correctly
influential
having the power to cause change; having influence
progression
process of developing over time
essence
the most important part or quality of something
cylinder
a shape or object with flat, circular ends and long, straight sides
scholarship
money given to a student to pay for education
sodium
a soft, white chemical element
predominantly
in a way that is larger, greater or has more power than others
impulse
a sudden desire to do something that is not planned
oscillation
movement, from side to side at a steady speed; a frequent change in size, strength, or direction between two limits
theorist
a person who forms new ideas
manipulate
to control something or someone
alliance
A group of people or organizations being joined or associated
crystal
a solid formed by the solidification of a chemical
importantly
in an important way;
stack
to put one thing on top of another, for example, books
drift
to move slowly
nest
the home of a bird or spider
fossil
a plant or animal that has become rock after many thousands of years
dimensional
having parts that extent in a number of directions
resistant
not affected by something
punishment
the act of punishing someone
rhetoric
the study of public speaking or writing techniques
artifact
object made by humans, for example, ancient tool
carrier
a company, usually an airline, that carries things
surgical
concerning surgery
coordination
organizing people or things to make them work together effectively
turbulent
moving violently and unevenly
quantum
the smallest unit or amount of energy
sediment
the material that settles to the bottom of a liquid
ray
the lines of light coming from an object
conserve
to keep safe
primer
a book that covers the basics of a subject; a kind of paint
grasp
to grip something firmly with the hands
bulk
big size; largeness; heaviness
terminology
specific words and expressions used in a particular field
vegetation
plants
triangle
a closed shape with three straight sides
traditionally
something done in a customary or traditional manner
execute
to kill someone, usually as an official punishment
intensive
needing great effort for a short period of time
reconstruct
to rebuild something after it has been destroyed
broadly
in a general (not detailed) manner
metabolism
the chemical processes of the body in which food is converted to energy
revolutionary
a significant change in something
merge
to cause two or more things to become combined into one
dilemma
a position in which a person must make difficult choices
motif
a distinctive form, shape or figure in a design
motive
a reason for doing something
subtle
difficult to notice, understand, or see
clinic
local medical center; department of a hospital
allocate
to distribute or set apart for a plan or purpose
hydrogen
the lightest of all chemical elements, has no smell or color
dissertation
an in-depth paper submitted for a doctorate degree
susceptible
at risk of developing a certain illness or problem
architect
person who designs and advises on buildings
coronary
concerning the heart
breakdown
when normal activity or behaviour stops
inject
to put medicine into someone with a syringe
economist
a person who studies economics
momentum
speed or force that is gained when something moves
polar
concerning the areas near the North or South poles
backward
toward what is behind you
multiply
to increase greatly in number
morality
beliefs or ideas about what is right and wrong
communicative
talkative; cooperative in giving information
physically
in a manner related to the body
rainfall
water falling from the sky
politically
in connection with government matters
invasion
an entry into a place for the purpose of taking control
inevitably
happening with complete certainty
capitalism
economic system based on private ownership of money
expertise
the special knowledge that an expert has
inferior
not as good as something else
actively
doing things to achieve a specific goal
quotation
words that a person has said or written in a play, book or movie
composite
made of more than one different part
historically
throughout history
textbook
a book that is used to study
bundle
a group of things that are tied together
elementary
basic, simple, or essential
capitalist
one believing in private ownership of money
flexibility
the quality of being able to be bent or stretched
cord
a long, strong material, thicker than string but not as thick as rope; an electrical wire
initiation
a formal entry into an organization, position or office
realistic
looks or appears real; like things really are
horizon
the line where the earth or sea meets the sky
consultation
a discussion between people to make a decision
ruler
someone who has control over a country or area
freely
(living, existing) without being controlled
rotate
to move or turn around a central point
commodity
Something useful or valuable, usually for sale
elevation
the height of a place
intervene
to get involved, to prevent trouble
compensate
to give (money) to as a form of correcting a loss
atomic
concerning atoms
trivial
unimportant
stance
a position or opinion that is stated to the public
stabilize
to make something stable or consistent, with no major changes
profound
showing a lot of deep knowledge or thought
whereby
by which; by that thing
ancestor
a person from your family that lived in the past
genetics
the scientific study of genes, how a living things develop between generations
proton
a very small part of an atom that has a positive electrical charge
phosphate
a salt or compound used to help grown plants
gravity
the force that makes things fall down towards the ground
pole
a long, narrow piece of metal or wood, that is used to hold or support something
puzzle
a problem that requires thought and skill to be solved
respiratory
to do with breathing
elimination
the act or process of removing or being removed
exit
a door that you go through to leave a place
corruption
actions that are illegal or morally questionable, often performed by a person in a position of power
circulate
to go round continuously
obscure
not famous, unknown by most people; not easy to understand
contradict
to disagree, to say the opposite is true
interfere
to get involved in the business of others without invitation
trauma
a very severe or upsetting experience
upward
moving toward a higher point or position
gross
total amount; extreme or unreasonable
optical
concerning vision or helping people see
communist
believer in communism
continent
one of the very large areas of land on Earth that are usually divided into several countries
physics
the study of heat, light, and other forms of energy and how they affect objects
viable
able to be done; possible
limb
leg, arm or wing
retrieve
to find and get something from somewhere
presume
to think that something is probably true
rationality
being able to think clearly
stereotype
an idea or belief about what someone or something is like, often unfair or untrue
slavery
(n,) the state of being a slave
artistic
Being able to paint, write music, etc.; creative
anthropology
the study of human origins and the development of society
faculty
the teachers in a school or college