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Chapter 10 Vocab

similar sharing qualities, but not the same as; like
customs duty tax collected on goods that are imported
jurisdiction the power or right to interpret and apply a law
principle a fundamental, or basic, law or idea
authority the power to influence or command thought, opinion, or behavior
purchase the act of buying something
secede to withdraw or break away from a nation or organization
tribute money paid to a leader or state for protection
neutral rights privileges or freedoms that are granted to nations that do not choose a side in a conflict
react to act in response to something
embargo a prohibition or blocking of trade with a certain country
restriction rule or regulation that limits something
nationalism a strong sense of devotion to one's country
underestimate to have judged something below its actual value
frigate a fast, medium-sized warship
goal something one is trying to accomplish
Created by: Jaya Reed