60 terms

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achieve
to ​succeed in ​finishing something or ​reaching an ​aim
acquisition
the ​process of getting something; or the process of learning skills or getting knowledge
administration
the people responsible for managing a business, organization, institution or country
affect
to have an ​influence on someone or something
appropriate
suitable or right for a particular situation or purpose
aspect
one ​part of a ​situation, ​problem, ​subject, etc
assistance
help given to someone
category
a group of people or things that have similar qualities
chapter
any of the ​separate ​parts into which a ​book or other ​piece of ​text is ​divided
commission
to ​formally ​choose or ask someone to do a ​special ​piece of ​work
community
a ​group of people, ​animals or ​plants that ​live or ​grow together as a ​unit because of ​their ​common ​interests
complex
​involving a lot of different but ​related ​parts
computer
a machine that stores programs and information in electronic form and can be used for a variety of processes
conclusion
something that you decide is true after thinking about it carefully and looking at all the evidence
conduct
to do something in an organized way
consequence
a ​result of a ​particular ​action or ​situation
construction
the ​particular ​type of ​structure, ​materials, etc. that something has
consumer
someone who buys and uses goods and services
credit
praise for something you have done or achieved
cultural
​relating to the ​habits, ​traditions, and ​beliefs of a ​society
design
the process of deciding how something will be made, including how it will work and what it will look like
distinction
a ​difference between two ​similar things
element
a ​simple ​substance that cannot be ​reduced to ​smaller ​chemical ​parts
equation
a statement that two sets of numbers, letters, or symbols are equal
evaluation
the ​process of ​judging something's ​quality, ​importance, or ​value
feature
a ​typical ​quality or an ​important ​part of something
final
last
focus
the ​main or ​central ​point of something, ​especially of ​attention or ​interest
impact
an effect, or an influence
injury
physical damage done to a person or a part of their body
institute
an organization that does a particular type of research or educational work
investment
the ​act of putting ​money, ​effort, ​time, etc. into something to make a ​profit or get an ​advantage
item
something that is ​part of a ​list or ​group of things
journal
a ​serious ​magazine or ​newspaper that is ​published ​regularly about a ​particular ​subject
maintenance
the process of continuing something or keeping it in existence
normal
​ordinary or ​usual
obtain
to get something, ​especially by ​asking for it, ​buying it, ​working for it, or ​producing it
participation
the ​fact that you take ​part or ​become ​involved in something
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perceive
to understand or think about something in a particular way
positive
​certain and without any ​doubt
potential
someone's or something's ​ability to ​develop, ​achieve, or ​succeed
previous
​happening or ​existing before something or someone ​else
primary
most important
purchase
to buy
range
the ​amount, ​number, or ​type of something between an ​upper and a ​lower ​limit
region
a ​particular ​area or ​part of the ​world, or someone's body
regulation
an official rule that controls the way that things are done
relevant
directly connected with and important to what is being discussed or considered
resident
someone who lives in a particular place
resources
omething such as money, workers, or equipment that can be used to help an institution or a business
restrict
to keep something within strict limits
security
safety from attack, harm, or damage
seek
to ​try to ​find or get something
select
to ​choose a ​small ​number of things, or to ​choose by making ​careful ​decisions
site
a ​place where something is, was, or will be ​built, or where something ​happened, is ​happening, or will ​happen
strategy
a plan or method for achieving something, especially over a long period of time
survey
an ​examination of ​opinions, ​behaviour, etc., made by ​asking ​people ​questions
text
the written words in a ​book, ​magazine, etc., not the ​pictures
traditional
relating to or based on very old customs, beliefs, or stories
transfer
to move someone or something from one place to another
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