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Academic Vocabulary List #7 (words)

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inherent (adjective [ɪn'her(ə)nt])
existing as a natural or basic part of something
inhibition (noun [ˌɪnhɪ'bɪʃ(ə)n])
a feeling of embarrassment or worry that prevents you from saying or doing what you want
insight (noun ['ɪnˌsaɪt])
(the ability to have) a clear, deep and sometimes sudden understanding of a complicated problem or situation
inherently (adverb)
по сути, по своему существу, в своей основе
initiative (noun [ɪ'nɪʃətɪv])
a new action or movement, often intended to solve a problem
innovation (noun [ˌɪnəu'veɪʃ(ə)n])
(the use of) a new idea or method
insightful (adjective)
проницательный
initiative (noun [ɪ'nɪʃətɪv])
the power or opportunity to win an advantage
integral (adjective ['ɪntɪgr(ə)l])
necessary and important as a part of, or contained within, a whole
integration (noun [ˌɪntɪ'greɪʃ(ə)n])
объединение в одно целое; интеграция
integrity (noun [ɪn'tegrətɪ])
the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles that you refuse to change
intensity (noun [ɪn'ten(t)sətɪ])
the quality of being felt strongly or having a very strong effect
integrate (verb ['ɪntɪgreɪt])
to mix with and join society or a group of people, often changing to suit their way of life, habits and customs
intensity (noun [ɪn'ten(t)sətɪ])
the quality of being whole and complete
intensity (noun [ɪn'ten(t)sətɪ])
the strength of something which can be measured such as light, sound, etc.
integrate (verb ['ɪntɪgreɪt])
to combine two or more things in order to become more effective
intensity (noun [ɪn'ten(t)sətɪ])
the quality of being very serious and having strong emotions or opinions
integrated (adjective)
всеобъемлющий; объединенный; комплексный; единый
interaction (noun [ˌɪntər'ækʃ(ə)n])
when two or more people or things communicate with or react to each other
interval (noun['ɪntəv(ə)l])
a period between two events or times, or the space between two points
intervene (verb[ˌɪntə'viːn])
to intentionally become involved in a difficult situation in order to improve it or prevent it from getting worse
intrinsic (adjective[ɪn'trɪnzɪk])
being an extremely important and basic characteristic of a person or thing
interval (noun['ɪntəv(ə)l])
a short period between the parts of a performance or a sports event
intervention (noun[ˌɪntə'venʃ(ə)n])
вмешательство
intrinsically (adverb[ɪn'trɪnzɪk(ə)lɪ])
по сути, по существу, в сущности; в действительности
at intervals
repeated after a particular period of time or a particular distance
invoke (verb[ɪn'vəuk])
to request or use a power outside yourself, especially a law or a god, to help you when you want to improve a situation
involved (adjective[ɪn'vɔlvd])
difficult to understand or deal with; complicated
invoke (verb[ɪn'vəuk])
to make someone have a particular feeling or remember something
involve (verb)
to include (someone or something) in an activity
invocation[ˌɪnvəu'keɪʃ(ə)n]
заклинание, мольба, просьба
involvement ([ɪn'vɔlvmənt])
путаница, запутанность; вовлечённость; участие
involve (verb)
to make (someone) interested in taking part in something
involved (adjective[ɪn'vɔlvd])
interested in or taking part in an activity or event