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Unit 8.1 Word Gen.

vocabulary from unit

TermDefinition
trade-off a compromise
civic relating to citizens or city
domestic having to do with anything within a particular country
govern to rule over a group of people
access ( the action or verb) to gain entry or get to something
access ( the thing or noun) the ability or right to get to something
foreign in or from another place or part of the world (from where you are)
encroach to gradually take over space, rights or property
prioritize to organize items or tasks according to their importance.
a representative a person chosen to act or speak for another ( spokesperson) also means a person who is a member of Congress
major ( ones) most important ( ones) ( has many meanings)
to be informed to get information to be uninformed is the opposite You don't get the information
bureaucracy government workers. Also, a large group of people who work for many different departments. They are not elected, and there are many bosses.
corruption dishonest dealings by people who are in power
monarchy a form of government where there is a king or a queen as a ruler. It is inherited. If your father is a king, you will be the next king. No voting. The ruler is called the monarch.
dictator Someone who rules with absolute power. There is no voting and no disagreeing with a dictator.
tp participate to join in; to take part in
majority the greater number
citizen a legally recognized person of a country
Created by: nnadel
 

 



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