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50 High Frequency English Academic Tier 2 Vocabulary Words

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proceed
To go on to do something .
similar
Like something else, but not totally the same.
finance
To raise or provide money for something or someone.
method
A way of doing something; orderliness.
legal
Allowed by law, or related to law and courts of law.
income
Money received over a period of time for work done or goods sold.
create
To make something/ to bring into existence.
respond
To give an answer/to show a reaction to something
section
A distinct part of the whole of something/one of several parts or pieces that fit with others
available
Able to be used or gotten.
environment
All that surrounds something.
major
Of great importance, size, or seriousness; also, a military title.
occur
To happen, or to come into one's mind.
area
The measurement of the surface inside the boundaries of something (square units).
involve
To include something as necessary.
research
To look for facts in a careful, organized way for the purpose of learning about something, or telling whether what you already know is true or not.
structure
Something built; or the way parts go together and work together.
role
An acting part in a movie, play, or other performance; also, an expected way that someone or something.
export
To send goods for sale to another country.
require
To need something or somebody.
define
To describe something exactly/show the form or outline of.
formula
A rule that is written in symbols and numbers/a group of symbols that make a mathematical statement
evident
Obvious or easy to understand/clearly revealed to the mind or the sentences or judgment
approach
Move towards/To move closer to someone or something.
indicate
To show or point out something.
benefit
Something that helps good to happen/something that aids or promotes well-being
source
The person, place, or thing where something started or was found.
estimate
A rough calculation, an educated guess.
specific
Description that is exact and detailed enough to identify a particular person, place, or thing.
analyze
To study something carefully in order to understand it or learn more about it/break down into components or essential features.
economy
Getting something done in the most effective way, with the best results for the amount of effort, money, and material used.
authority
The right or power to make rules and see that the rules are followed.
policy
A way of acting that is used by a person, or group or government/a plan of action adopted by an individual or social group.
concept
An idea or thought.
process
A number of actions done to make a special thing happen/a particular course of action intended to achieve a result.
theory
An idea or set of ideas about how and why things work together.
labor
Physical work, especially using strength; or the group of all workers of a country or industry.
significant
Meaningful, or having an important effect
distribute
To give something out to a number of people.
factor
Something that is part of what makes another thing happen.
principle
The basic way something works also the model of quality of right or wrong that people follow in life.
vary
To change something/become different in some particular way.
interpret
To find or explain the meaning of something also to translate the meaning of a word from one language to another language/make sense of; assign a meaning to.
function
The purpose for which something is designed or used.
context
The words and phrases that surround a word or sentence, that help to understand the meaning of the word or sentence.
issue
The main idea to be talked about or a particular publication/some situation or event that is thought about.
identify
To recognize and name something or somebody.
derive
To get something from a source/come from.
assume
To suppose something is true without checking first.
assess
To judge or figure out the value of something, both good or bad values.