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トフル あかい 12

prospect the possibility that something will happen in the future She is excited by the prospect of returning to school.
unanimous agreed to by everyone The councilors were unanimous in their approval of the report.
condemn to say in a strong and definite way that someone or something is bad or wrong The country condemns the use of violence on prisoners.
valid fair or reasonable There is no valid reason to proceed with the change.
invoice a document that shows a list of goods or services and the prices to be paid for them Payment is due within 30 days after receipt of the invoice.
budget an amount of money available for spending that is based on a plan for how it will be spent The film has a million-dollar budget.
initiative the power or opportunity to do something before others do If you want to meet her, you're going to have to take the initiative and introduce yourself.
revise to make changes especially to correct or improve (something) Please revise this essay.
reflect Please revise this essay. The light reflected off the mirror.
ensure to make (something) sure, certain, or safe They took steps to ensure the safety of the passengers.
subject under the control of a ruler They were subject to the emperor.
contract a legal agreement between people, companies, etc. The contract requires him to finish work by the end of the year.
prestigious respected and admired because someone or something gets for being successful or important a prestigious college
equip to provide (someone) with necessary materials or supplies More money was needed to train and equip the troops.
abuse to treat (a person or animal) in a harsh or harmful way He abused [=mistreated] his wife both mentally and physically.
figure to expect or think (something): to understand or find (something, such as a reason) by thinking I figured (that) they would lose.
submit to give (a document, proposal, piece of writing, etc.) to someone so that it can be considered or approved Requests must be submitted in writing.
allocate to divide and give out (something) for a special reason or to particular people, companies, etc. Money from the sale of the house was allocated to each of the children.
procedure a series of actions that are done in a certain way or order : an established or accepted way of doing something What is the procedure for applying for a loan?
manage to have control of (something, such as a business, department, sports team, etc.) The company is badly managed.
retain to continue to have or use (something) They insisted on retaining old customs.
conference a formal meeting in which many people gather in order to talk about ideas or problems related to a particular topic (such as medicine or business) usually for several days national conferences on women's health
attorney lawyer
itinerary the places you go to or plan to go to on a journey We planned a detailed itinerary.
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