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analyze v. think about sth. carefully, in order to understand it.
constitute v. to be considered to be sth.
establish v. to start a company,system
indicate v. to show that a particular(especial) situation exists
occur v. to happen
role n. the way in which sb. or sth. is involved in an activity or situation, and how much influence they have on it
approach v. move towards
context n. the situation,events,or information that are related to sth. and help you to understand it
estimate n. a calculation of the value,size,amount etc of sth.
individual adj. considered separately from other people or things in the same group
percent adj. 5% or 10% etc.
section n. place/object, one of the past that sth. such as an object or place is divided into
area n. a particular part of a country, town etc
contract n. an official agreement between two or more people,stating what each will do
evident n. an official agreement between two or more people,stating what each will do
interpret v. to translate spoken words from one language into another
period n. length of time
sector n. a part of an area of activity, especially of business, trade etc
assess v. to make a judgement about a person or situation after thinking about carefully about it
create v. to make sth. exist that did not exist before
export n. the business of selling and sending goods to other countries
involve v. if an activity or situation involves sth. ,that thing is part of it or a result of it
policy n. something that has been officially agreed and chosen by a political party, business, or other organization
significant adj. having an important effect or influence, especially on what will happen in the future
assume v. to think that sth. is true, although you do not have definite proof [= presume]
data n. information or facts
factor n. cause/influence
issue n. subject/problem
principle n. a moral rule or belief about what is right and wrong, that influences how you behave
similar adj. almost the same =alike;≠ different
authority n. the power you have because of your official position
define v. to describe sth. correctly and thoroughly, and to say what standards, limits, qualities etc.,make it different from other things
finance n. the management of money by governments, large organizations etc.
labour/labor n. work, especially physical work
proceed vi. to continue to do sth. that has already been planned or started
source n. a thing, place, activity etc. that you get something from
available adj. sth. that is available is able to be used or can easily be bought or found
derive vt. to get sth., especially an advantage or a pleasant feeling, from sth.
formula n. a method or set of principles that you use to solve a problem or to make sure that sth. is successful
legal adj. if sth. is legal, you are allowed to do it or have to do it by law [≠ illegal]
process n. a series of actions that are done in order to achieve a particular result
specific adj. a specific thing, person, or group is one particular thing, person, or group:
benefit n. advantage; an advantage, improvement, or help that you get from sth.
distribute vt. to share things among a group of people, especially in a planned way [= give out]
function n. the purpose that sth. has, or the job that sb. or sth. does
legislate vi. to make a law about sth.
require v. to need sth.
structure n. the way in which the parts of sth. are connected with each other and form a whole, or the thing that these parts make up
concept n. an idea of how sth. is, or how sth. should be done
economy n. the system by which a country's money and goods are produced and used, or a country considered in this way
identify vt. to recognize and correctly name someone or sth.
major adj. having very serious or worrying results
research n. serious study of a subject, in order to discover new facts or test new ideas
theory n. an idea or set of ideas is intended to explain sth. about life or the world, especially an idea has not yet been proved to be true
consist v. to be based on or depend on sth.
environment n. the air, water, and land on Earth, which can be harmed by man's activities
income n. the money that you earn from your work or that you receive from investments, the government etc.
method n. a planned way of doing sth, especially one that a lot of people know about and use
respond vi. to do sth. as a reaction to sth. that has been said or done [= react]
vary vi. change, they are all different from each other [= differ]
achieve v. to successfully complete sty or get a good result, especially by working hard.
community n. the people who live in the same area, town etc.
design v. the art or process of making a drawing of something to show how you will make it or what it will look like.
secure n. a situation that is secure is one that you can depend on because it is not likely to change.
equate v. to consider that two things are similar or connected
participate v. to take part in an activity or event.
perceive v. to understand/think of something/someone in a particular way
commission n. a group of people who have been given the official job of finding out about something or controlling something.
injure v. to hurt yourself/someone else, for example in an accident or an attack.
proportion n. a part of a number/amount, considered in relation to the whole.
compensate v. 1. to replace or balance the effect of something bad. 2. to pay someone money because they have suffered injury, loss, or damage:
consent n. 1. permission to do something. 2. agreement about something.
deduce v. to use the knowledge and information you have in order to understand something or form an opinion about it.
scheme n. an official plan that is intended to help people in some way, for example by providing education or training [= program.
valid adj. 1. a valid ticket, document, or agreement is legally or officially acceptable [≠ invalid]. 2. a valid password, ID etc is one that will be accepted by a computer system [≠ invalid].
volume n. 1.sound, the amount of sound produced by a television, radio etc. 2.amount of sth, the total amount of something, especially when it is large or increasing volume of. filled.
resolve v. to find a satisfactory way of dealing with a problem or difficulty [= solve; ↪ settle]
adequate adj. 1. enough in quantity or of a good enough quality for a particular purpose [= sufficient; ≠ inadequate]. 2. fairly good but not excellent.
parameter n. a set of fixed limits that control the way that something should be done.
approximate adj. an approximate number, amount, or time is close to the exact number, amount etc, but could be a little bit more or less than it [= rough; ≠ exact].
mechanism n. 1.part of a machine or a set of parts that does a particular job. 2.a system that is intended to achieve sth or deal with a problem.
prior adj.1.existing or arranged before something else or before the present situation [= previous]. 2 .a warning or announcement made before something happens.
implement v. to take action or make changes that you have officially decided should happen
occupy live or stay in a place. 2.if something occupies you or your time, you are busy doing it.
subsequent adj. happening or coming after something else.
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