30 terms

Academic B List 3 (ELC AVL)

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argue
(v) to give reasons for or against something
concern
(n) a feeling of being interested in and caring about something
degree
(n) an amount that can be compared to another amount
design
(n) the way something has been made; a drawing of something that is being planned
determine
(v) decide something because of evidence or facts: to establish something with authority
establish
(v) to cause something to be widely accepted; to begin; to show that something is true or real
examine
(v) to look at X closely and carefully in order to learn more about it
example
(n) someone or something that is mentioned to help explain what you are saying
growth
(n) the process of growing; a natural increase in size or the process of developing something
individual
(j) existing as just one member or part of a larger group; intended for one person
involve
(v) to include something as a part of something; to require something as a necessary part
management
(n) the act or skill of making decisions about a business or group
measure
(n) an amount of something; an action planned or taken to achieve a desired result
movement
(n) the act of moving people or things; a gradual change in what a society does or thinks
natural
(j) not made or caused by people; coming from nature
occur
(v) to happen; to appear or exist: to be found
pattern
(n) the regular and repeated way in which something is done
present
(v) to give something to someone in a formal way
quality
(n) how good or bad something is; a feature that someone or something has
reduce
(v) to make (something) smaller in size, amount, number, etc.
region
(n) a part of a country, the world, etc. that is different or separate from other parts in some way
relate
(v) to show or make a connection between two or more things
researcher
(n) a person who does a careful study to find and report new knowledge about something
scale
(n) a device that is used for weighing people or things
section
(n) one of the parts that form something; a particular area that is part of a larger place; a part of a book
specific
(j) clearly and exactly presented or stated; relating to a particular person, situation, etc.
standard
(n) a level of quality, achievement, etc., that is considered acceptable or desirable
state
(v) to express formally in speech or writing
structure
(n) the way that something is built or organized; something that is built by putting parts together
therefore
(r) for that reason; because of that