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PRE 2010-1 23-25 ETC


submerge to make (someone or something) go under the surface of water or some other liquid : to cover (someone or something) with a liquid
sufficient having or providing as much as is needed
architect a person who designs buildings
corridor a long, narrow passage inside a building or train with doors that lead to rooms on each side
arid very dry : having very little rain or water
productivity the rate at which goods are produced or work is completed
agriculture the science or occupation of farming
practical relating to what is real rather than to what is possible or imagined: appropriate or suited for actual use
seize to use legal or official power to take (something) : to get or take (something) in a forceful, sudden, or violent way
drag to pull (someone or something that is heavy or difficult to move) : to move along the ground, floor, etc., while being pulled
justify to provide or be a good reason for (something) : to prove or show (something) to be just, right, or reasonable
audible heard or able to be heard
reforestation the act of planting tree seeds or young trees in an area where there used to be a forest
deforestation the act or result of cutting down or burning all the trees in an area
ironical using words that mean the opposite of what you really think especially in order to be funny
obtain to gain or get (something) usually by effort
adopt to begin to use or have (a different manner, method, etc.): to take a child of other parents legally as your own child
function the special purpose or activity for which a thing exists or is used: to work or operate
validity a state of being fair or reasonable: being logically correct
consistency agreement or harmony of parts or features to one another or a whole
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