SSP 106 Mitra

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niche
a position particularly well suited to the person who occupies it
urban
having to do with cities
mission
a special assignment that is given to a person or group
innovative
producing something like nothing done or experienced or created before
multilingual
using or knowing more than one language
flourish
gain in wealth, grow stronger, Prosper
uprooted
pulled out; taken from its origin
tight-knit
closely connected(family/community)
intimidating
to feel threatened or frightened
relieved
no longer worried
suppressed
forcibly put an end to
bone up on
study hard
unique
one of a kind
mainstream
ordinary, regular, used by everyone
set apart
separate
assimilated
accepted into the general population of other cultures
imagine
expect, believe, or suppose
get the joke
understand the joke and think it is funny
frustrated
Feeling annoyed and upset because you cannot do something you are trying to do
enthusiastic
having or showing great excitement and interest
value
a strong belief or ideal
adjust
adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions
extended
to reach out
undergo
go or live through
trend
general direction
alternative
one of a number of things from which only one can be chosen
dramatically
adv. in a sudden, great, and surprising manner
juvenile
a youthful person
rigorous
demanding strict attention to rules and procedures
under way
in progress
components
parts
aim
propose or intend
preliminary
Early
offenders
people who break the law
anecdotal evidence
Personal stories about specific incidents and experiences.
deter
to discourage
recidivism
habitual return to crime (even after being punished); N. recidivist
exertion
use of physical or mental energy
retribution
the act of correcting for your wrongdoing
hard evidence
factual examples and statistics
analytical
thinking about things in a detailed and intelligent way, so that you can examine and understand things
conclusive
final
reassessment
to make another judgement about a person, thing or situation
insult
a rude expression intended to offend or hurt
violation
The act of breaking a law or regulation
natural disaster
an event in nature that causes great harm to people or property, such as tornadoes and hurricanes
optimistic
expecting the best
pessimistic
seeing the worst side of things; no hope
reform
change for the better
arson
act of setting fire(s) purposely
vandalism
Intentionally damaging or destroying another person's property
reconnaissance
exploration to gain knowledge or information
sophisticated
complicated
satellites
any object that revolves around another object in space
vulnerable
easy to injure or harm
deceptively
(adv) making something appear true or good when it is false or bad; misleadingly
intensity
great strength or force
panic
be overcome by a sudden fear
floating
the act of someone who floats on the water
outage
a stop in service / when the system goes "out"
evacuate
to move awy temporarily, move people from their homes or country
stock up
buy a lot
provisions
necessary supplies, such as food
dislocate
move out of position
route
an open way (generally public) for travel or transportation
discipline
train by instruction and practice
misbehave
behave badly
acceptable
Approved; allowed; thought to be OK
admit
to tell the truth about something
violence
physical force that is used to harm people or damage property
child abuse
serious physical harm of a child by an adult, with intent to injure
lead to
result in
get in trouble
do something wrong
complains
reward
something one gets for having done well