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42. AWL: Week 7 (Sublist 2-F to 2-J)
Terms in this set (30)
(n.) one part of a situation, idea, plan etc that has many parts
// Describe some of the positive ___________s of technological development.
(adj.) happening as a result of a particular event or situation
// The drought and ___________ famine struck most of the country.
(n.) a part of something that you notice because it seems important, interesting, or typical
// Air bags are a standard ___________ in most new cars.
(v.) to include or show something as a special or important part of something, or to be included as an important part
// The exhibition ___________s paintings by Picasso.
(adj.) usual, typical, or expected
// All I want is to lead a ___________ life.
(n.) a large area of a country or of the world, usually without exact limits
// Flooding is likely in some coastal ___________s of the Northeast during the early part of the week.
(n.) a planned series of actions for achieving something
// The government has changed its economic ___________.
(v.) to help someone to do something
// They had no maps to ___________ them.
(n.) an action that helps another player on your sports team to make a point
// He made a 3-point shot and had two ___________s.
(v.) to build something such as a house, bridge, road etc
// There are plans to ___________ a new road bridge across the river.
(n.) an idea formed by combining several pieces of information or knowledge
// Many people believe that the idea of gender is a _____________ created by society and culture.
(adj.) last in a series of actions, events, parts of a story etc
// The final episode will be shown tonight.
(n.) the last and most important game, race, or set of games in a competition
// We have tickets to the NBA ____________s!
(v.) to get something that you want, especially through your own effort, skill, or work
// You will need to ___________ permission from the principal.
(v.) to control an activity or process, especially by rules
// The government ___________s the use of harmful chemicals in food.
(n.) a set of questions that you ask a large number of people in order to find out about their opinions or behaviour
// Our ___________ showed that many women are afraid to go out alone at night.
1. to ask a large number of people questions in order to find out their attitudes or opinions
// We _____________ed 300 students and found that the majority are not satisfied with their current classroom conditions.
2. to look at or consider someone or something carefully, especially in order to form an opinion about them
// After the crash, they got out of the car to ____________ the damage.
(n.) a group of people or things that are all of the same type
// There are five ___________ies of workers.
1. to use time, energy, goods etc → consumption
// Only 27% of the paper we ___________ is recycled.
A smaller vehicle will consume less fuel.
2. formal to eat or drink something
// Alcohol may not be ___________d on the premises.
3. If a feeling or idea consumes you, it affects you very strongly, so that you cannot think about anything else
// She was scared by the depression which threatened to ___________ her.
(v.) to give special attention to one particular person or thing, or to make people do this; concentrate
// He needs to ___________ more on his career.
(v.) to take part in an activity or event
// Some members refused to ___________.
(adj.) directly relating to the subject or problem being discussed or considered; opposite of irrelevant
// ___________ documents were presented in court.
(n.) any written material
// One disk can store the equivalent of 500 pages of ___________.
1. one of the parts into which a book is divided
// Read ___________ 11 as your homework.
2. a particular period or event in someone's life or in history // This year marks a new ___________ of peace and cooperation between members of our community.
1. an arrangement with a shop, bank etc that allows you to buy something and pay for it later
// Most new cars are bought on ___________.
2 approval or praise that you give to someone for something they have done
// ___________ for this win goes to everybody in the team.
(n.) the effect or influence that an event, situation etc has on someone or something
// We need to assess the ___________ of our actions on climate change.
1. to understand or think of something or someone in a particular way
// Even as a young woman she had been ___________d as a future chief executive.
2. formal to notice, see, or recognize something
// That morning, he ___________d a change in Franca's mood.
(v.) to live in a particular place
// He spent most of his time in Rutherglen, where his family ___________d.
(n.) a belief, custom, or way of doing something that has existed for a long time
// Many ___________s that people in South East Asia take part in are foreign to people in North America.
(n.) a group of people who have been given the official job of finding out about something or controlling something
// The Government set up a ___________ to investigate allegations of police violence.
(n.) the beliefs, way of life, art, and customs that are shared and accepted by people in a particular society
// We speak Danish at home so that the boys don't lose touch with their language and ___________.
(v.) to hurt yourself or someone else, for example in an accident or an attack
// Angus ___________d his leg playing rugby.
1. an attitude --> if you are positive about things, you are hopeful and confident, and think about what is good in a situation rather than what is bad; opposite of negative
// You've got to be more ___________ about your work.
2. good or useful
// At least something ___________ has come out of the situation.
1. something such as useful land, or minerals such as oil or coal, that exists in a country and can be used to increase its wealth
// Canada is very rich in mineral ___________s.
2. something such as a book, film, or picture used by teachers or students to provide information
// Our school has a variety of ___________s for learning.
(v.) to move from one place, school, job etc to another, or to make someone do this, especially within the same organization
// Bart ___________red from that school to this school.
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