Q Skills Book 4 R&W 1

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acknowledged for
adjective + preposition: recognized or shown appreciation for something
resolve
noun: a strong determination to do soemthing
inherently
adverb: being a basic part of something that cannot be removed
aspires to
verb + preposition: to have a strong desire to do or become soemthing
constrained
adjective: limited by something or someone
adversity
noun: a difficult or unpleasant situation
achievement
noun: something that has been done successfully, especially through hard work or skill
confront
verb: to deal with a problem or difficult situation
embody
verb: to represent an idea or quality
inclined
adjective: wanting to do something
version
noun: a form of something that is different from another form of the same thing
pursue
verb: to try to achieve something over a period of time
access
noun: the ability to use something, the easy availability of something
ultimately
adverb: in the end, finally
vision
adjective: an idea formed in the imagination, a plan for the future
primary
adjective: main, most important
allocate
verb: to give something for a specific purpose, to assign money or resources to a project
proceeds
noun: money from a sale, profits from and event
customize
verb: to make specially for a particular person, to change for a special need
venture
verb: to go somewhere new and possibly dangerous, to do something without knowing what will happen
contamination
noun: pollution, a dangerous substance
participants
noun: people who take part in an activity, people who do something together
convene
verb: to bring people together, to meet or gather
mentality
noun: a way of thinking, a habit of the mind
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