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Core8 LEAP

Ch 4 Sustainable Bldgs

TermDefinition
administrative related to a company's management (adj)
altered changed (verb, adj)
adaptability the capability to change or accept something new or different (noun)
dire describing extremely urgent or serious situation or event (__ consequences); or serious warning or threat; grim, dreadful (adj)
ethical morally good or correct; related to principals of right and wrong (adj)
extraction the physical removal of something by force or effort; taking out, removal, withdrawal (noun)
framework supporting structure of a building; basic structure underlying a concept, system, or text; structure, skeleton, organization (noun)
fundamentally basically, structurally, essentially; in central or primary respects; at the very core (adj)
impending something bad about to happen; anticipated in the future (about unpleasant events); imminent, approaching (adj)
implement to put a decision, plan, or agreement into effect (verb, noun)
irrevocably in a way that can't be changed, reversed, or recovered (adv) [no turning back]
occupation job, career, or profession; living in, moving in, or using the space in a building; moving in and controlling another country (noun)
projections an estimate or forecast of a future situation or trend based on a study of present ones; how things might be in future (noun)
regulatory serving or intended to control, or oversee something (ex: a __ agency or commission or authority) (adj)
thermal-heat heat from the ground that comes from uneven heating of Earth's surface from solar radiation (noun)
Created by: jkirsch