Wordbank - 150 Most Common Academic Words - Set 12

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sophisticated

(adj.) having experience and knowledge about the world, culture, art, etc.

species

(n.) groups of animals or plants that are similar and can produce young

statistic

(n.) a number that represents a piece of information

structure

(n.) the way that something is built, arranged, or organized

suffice

(v.) to be or provide as much as is needed : to be sufficient

technique

(n.) a way of doing something by using special knowledge or skill

specify

(v.) to name or mention (someone or something) exactly and clearly

stable

(adj.) in a good condition that is not easily changed or likely to change

status

(n.) the position or rank of someone or something when compared to others in a society, organization, group, etc.

subject

(n.) the person or thing that is being discussed or described

subsequent

(adj.) happening or coming after something else

sum

(n.) an amount of money

summary

(n.) a brief statement that gives the most important information about something

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