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59 terms

AWL sublist 1 (first set)

STUDY
PLAY
analysis
the detailed study or examination of something in order to understand more about it
approach
a way of dealing with someone or something
assessment
the act of judging or forming an opinion about someone or something
assume
take to be the case or to be true
authority
the power to give orders or make decisions
available
obtainable or accessible and ready for use
benefit
an advantage that something gives you; a helpful and useful effect that something has
concept
an idea or a principle that is connected with something
consistent
always behaving in the same way, or having the same opinions, standard etc.
constitutional
connected with the constitution of a country or an organisation
context
the situation in which something happens and that helps you to understand it
contract
an official written agreement between two or more persons
create
to make something happen or exist
data
facts or information, especially when examined and used to find out things or to make decisions
definition
an explanation of the meaning of a word or phrase
derived
formed or developed from something else
distribution
the way that something is shared or exists over a particular area or among a particular group of people
economic
connected with the trade, industry and development of wealth of a country, an area or a society
environment
the conditions that affect the behaviour and development of something/someone; the physical conditions that something/someone exist in
established
respected or given official status becuase it has existed or been used for a long time
estimate
a judgement you make without having the exact details or figures about the size, amount, cost etc. of something
evidence
the facts, signs or objects that make you believe that something is true
export
sell or transfer abroad
factors
one of several things that cause or influence something
financial
having to do with money matters
formula
a series of letters, numbers or symbols that represent a rule or law
function
a special activity or purpose of a person or thing
identified
to have been recognised, for people to know who or what something or someone is
income
the money that a person, a region, a country etc. earns from work, business, etc.
indicate
to be a sign of something; to show that something is possible or likely
individual
typical of one particular person or thing in a way that is different from others
interpretation
the particular way in which something is understood or explained
involved
connected by participation or association or use
issues
topics or problems under discussion
labour
productive work (especially physical work done for wages)
legal
allowed by official rules
legislation
the act of making or enacting laws
major
greater in number or size or amount
method
a way of doing something, especially a systematic way
occur
to happen, to be found to exist somewhere
per cent
one part in every hundred
period
an amount of time
policy
a plan of action agreed or chosen by a political party or group or business etc.
principle
a rule or standard especially of good behavior
procedure
a way of doing something, especially the usual or correct way
process
a method of doing or making something
required
Necessary; essential
research
a careful study of subject, especially in order to discover new facts or information about it
response
a statement (either spoken or written) that is made in reply to a question or request etc.
role
the function or position that someone has or is expected to have in an organisation, in society etc.
section
any of the parts into which something is divided
sector
a part or area of activity, especially of a country's economy
significant
important in effect or meaning
similar
having the same or similar characteristics
source
something or someone that provides information
specific
stated explicitly or in detail
structure
the way in which the parts of something are connected, arranged or organised
theory
an idea that explains something and is supported by data
variable
often changing, likely to change