25 terms

BYU ELC AVL0926-0950: List 38-definitions

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assertion
noun: a statement saying you strongly believe something to be true; the act of stating, using or claiming something strongly
established
adjective: successful for a long period of time, accepted
exclusion
noun: the act of preventing X from doing something or being a part of a group
axis
noun: the imaginary straight line that something (such as the Earth) turns around
projection
noun: an estimate of what might happen in the future based on what is happening now; something that sticks out
governmental
adjective: the group of people who control and make decisions for a country, state, etc.
aspiration
noun: something that a person wants very much to achieve
stance
noun: a publicly stated opinion; a way of standing
entail
verb: to have something as a part, step, or result
transmit
verb: to give or pass X from one to another
encompass
verb: to include something as a part; to cover or surround an area
governance
noun: the way that a city, company, etc., is controlled by the people who run it
notably
adverb: in a way that attracts or deserves attention
recruitment
noun: the process of finding suitable people and getting them to join a company, an organization, the armed forces, etc.
rationale
noun: the reason or explanation for something
novel
adjective: new and different from what has been known before
configuration
noun: the way parts of something are arranged; the way a computer system or program is prepared for a particular use
manual
noun: a small book that gives useful information about something
center
verb: place (something) in the middle of something; to be mainly concerned about or involved with someone or something
intensive
adjective: involving very great effort or work
minimum
noun: the lowest number or amount that is possible or allowed
applied
adjective: having or relating to practical use
cue
noun: a sign that tells a person to do something; something that indicates the nature of what you are seeing, hearing, etc.
regard
noun: care or concern for someone or something
supportive
adjective: giving help or encouragement to someone