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treat badly or unfairly; use wrongly
a critical period or event
involving an extremely important decision or result; critical
feeling despair; extremely bad or serious
extremely serious or urgent.
an organized course of action to achieve a goal.
to do and complete a task
manage and be responsible for the running of
administer; carry out administration
provide or give (a service, help, etc.).
A process in which people choose officials
connected with the law
conforming to, permitted by, or recognized by law
conforming to the law or to rules
permissible; not forbidden; lawful
a statement of an intention to inflict pain, injury, damage, or other hostile action
a threat or danger.
the state of being legally responsible for something
certain to remain safe and unthreatened
to put something on or in front of something else to protect it
look after and provide for oneself.
a piece of protection that you hold with your hands, usually it is round and metallic.
To gain possession of;to get
add as an extra or subordinate part.
achieve something noteworthy
obtain, acquire, or learn something.
a temporary suspension of fighting; a truce
an agreement between enemies to stop fighting for a certain time.
to find out information and facts about a subject by research
to ask for information (about)
dig; to search for something inside a bag, container, etc.
engage in research; conduct an investigation
investigate or enquire into (something)
send off to a destination or for a purpose
send (a letter) on to a further destination
send (money) in payment or as a gift
takes the place of
help or support; a reserve
act as a substitute
a substitute, especially in a sporting team
a substitute, especially a person deputizing for another.
(baseball) a batter who acts as a substitute for the scheduled batter.
acting or serving in place of another.
give something and receive something else in return.
take part in an exchange of
a change, especially a radical one.