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Tier 2 List 1A

TermDefinition
analyze examine, inspect, survey, study, scrutinize
approach He was too shy to approach her about going on a date. speak to, talk to;
approach The airplane was unable to make its approach because of a flock of geese. advance, coming, nearing;
approach The approach to the castle was very steep. driveway, drive, access road, road, avenue
approach Try another approach if you are not successful. method, procedure, technique, modus operandi, MO, style, way, manner
assess evaluate, judge, gauge, rate, estimate, appraise, consider, get the measure of, determine, analyze
assume Do not assume you know something without facts. presume, suppose, take it (as given), take for granted, take as read, conjecture, surmise, conclude, deduce, infer, reckon, reason, think, fancy, believe, understand, gather, figure
assume He assumed the role of CEO. accept, shoulder, bear, undertake, take on/up, manage, handle, deal with
authority The principal is the authority of the school. official
authority Your parents have authority over you. power, jurisdiction, command, control, charge, dominance, rule, sovereignty, supremacy
constitute Marsupials constitute a large percentage of Australian mammals. amount to, add up to, account for, form, make up, compose
constitute This action will constitute an infringement of the rights of the consumer. inaugurate, establish, initiate, found, create, set up, start, form, organize, develop
contract Her pupils contracted in the bright light. shrink, get smaller, decrease, diminish, reduce, dwindle, decline
contract He was contracted to clean the house. undertake, pledge, promise, covenant, commit oneself, engage, agree, enter an agreement, make a deal
contract The athlete signed a record-breaking contract. agreement, commitment, arrangement, settlement, understanding, compact, covenant, bond
derive obtain, get, take, gain, acquire, procure, extract, attain, glean
economy Teachers have to practice economy in the summertime because they do not get paid. thrift, thriftiness, providence, prudence, careful budgeting, economizing, saving, scrimping, restraint, frugality, abstemiousness
economy The economy of the US has stabilized in the last 8 years. a system in which people make, exchange and use things that have value
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