60 terms

AWL sublist 1

STUDY
PLAY

Terms in this set (...)

analysis
a process of studying or examining something in detail in order to understand it or explain it
approach
a particular way of thinking about or dealing with something
area
a ​particular ​part of a ​place, ​subject, piece of ​land, or ​country
assessment
the process of making a judgment or forming an opinion
assume
to ​accept something to be ​true without ​question or ​proof
authority
an ​expert on a ​subject
available
​able to be ​bought or used
benefit
an advantage you get from a situation
concept
an idea of something that exists
consistent
not changing in behaviour, attitudes, or qualities
constitutional
allowed by the constitution of a country or organization
context
the general situation in which something happens, which helps to explain it
contract
a ​legal ​document that ​states and ​explains a ​formal ​agreement between two different ​people or ​groups
create
to make something new or original that did not exist before
data
information, ​especially ​facts or ​numbers, ​collected to be ​examined and ​considered and used to ​help decision-making
definition
a ​statement that ​explains the ​meaning of a word or phrase
derive
to receive or obtain something from something else
distribution
the way in which ​people or things are ​spread out in a ​place
economic
​relating to ​trade, ​industry, and ​money
environment
the conditions and influences in which people carry on a particular activity
established
having existed for a long time, and therefore recognized as good or successful
estimate
to say what you think an amount or value will be, either by guessing or by using available information to calculate it
evidence
facts or physical signs that help to prove something
export
the practice or business of selling goods to another country
factor
a ​fact or ​situation that ​influences the ​result of something
financial
​relating to ​money or how ​money is ​managed
formula
a ​standard or ​accepted way of doing or making something
function
the ​natural ​purpose of something or the ​duty of a ​person
identify
to recognize something and understand exactly what it is
income
money that someone gets from working or from investing money
indicate
to show, ​point, or make ​clear in another way
individual
a ​single ​person or thing, ​especially when ​compared to the ​group or set to which they ​belong
interpretation
an ​explanation or ​opinion of what something ​means
involved
affected by or included in an activity, event, or situation
issue
a ​subject or ​problem that ​people are ​thinking and ​talking about
labour
​practical ​work, ​especially when it ​involves hard ​physical ​effort
legal
allowed by the law
legislation
a ​law or set of ​laws ​suggested by a ​government and made ​official by a ​parliament
major
more important, more serious, larger, or greater than other things
method
a ​particular way of doing something
occur
to happen, especially unexpectedly
percent
one part of 100, or a particular amount of a total that you have divided by 100
period
an amount of time during which something happens
policy
a set of plans or actions agreed on by a government, political party, business, or other group
principle
a ​basic ​idea or ​rule that ​explains or ​controls how something ​happens or ​works
procedure
a way of doing something, especially the correct or usual way
process
a ​series of ​actions that you take in ​order to ​achieve a ​result
required
necessary according to the ​rules or for a particular ​purpose
research
the detailed study of something in order to discover new facts
response
an ​answer or ​reaction
role
the ​position or ​purpose that someone or something has in a ​situation
section
one of the ​parts that something is ​divided into
sector
a part of a country's economic or business activity
significant
very large or noticeable; very important
similar
​looking or being ​almost, but not ​exactly, the same
source
someone or something that ​supplies ​information; the ​place where something comes from
specific
involving or relating to only one particular thing or type of thing
structure
the way in which the parts of something are organized or arranged into a whole
theory
one or more ideas that explain how or why something happens
variable
a ​number, ​amount, or ​situation that can ​change

Flickr Creative Commons Images

Some images used in this set are licensed under the Creative Commons through Flickr.com.
Click to see the original works with their full license.