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Kailei's s.s stack

TermDefinition
Analyze to closely examine something and see if all of the parts fit together in a way that makes sense.
Differentiate to see or state the difference(s) between two or more things; to make someone or something different in some way.
incorporate to include or add ideas, people, or things as part of something else.
duration the length of time that something exists or lasts
priority something that is more important than other things and that needs to be done or dealt with first.
primary most important, basic or essential; not dependent on something else
extract to get,pull, draw out, obtain
compile to put together, to gather together
obtain to gain or get ( something) usually by effort
subsequent occurring or coming later or after; following in order
correspond to be similar or equal;to have a direct relationship to or with something
initiate to begin; to get going by taking the first step
distinguish to notice or recognize a difference between people or things
abundance a large amount of something
accompany to happen or occur at the same time as or along with (something); to be included with
evident plain or clear to the sight or understanding
equate to say or think that (two things ) are equal or the same
integrate make into a whole or make part of a whole
sustain to support,hold or bear; to keep going
implement to fulfill; perform; carry out; to put into effect according to or by means of a definite plan or procedure
comprise to include or contain
Created by: kflaherty