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30. AWL: Week 5 (Sublist 3-F to 3-J)
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(v.) to give money, help, ideas etc to something that a lot of other people are also involved in
// The volunteers _______ their own time to the project.
(v.) to control someone or something or to have more importance than other people or things
// The industry is _______d by five multinational companies.
(n.) an example of a particular kind of situation
// They came across many _______s of discrimination.
(n.) someone you do a particular activity with
Clare is my tennis _______.
(n.) the order that something happens or exists in, or the order it is supposed to happen or exist in
// The questions should be asked in a logical _______.
(n.) the total amount of something, especially when it is large or increasing
// The _______ of traffic on the roads has increased dramatically in recent years.
(n.) the amount of sound produced by a particular source, such as a television or radio
// Can you turn the _______ up?
(v.) to stop someone from doing what they want to do; restrict
// Financial factors should not _______ doctors from prescribing the best treatment for patients.
(n.) a piece of paper that has official information on it or a piece of written work that is stored on a computer
// Your birth certificate is an important _______, which should be kept safe at all times.
(adj.) happening at the beginning; first
// The _______ response has been encouraging.
(n.) the final result of a meeting, discussion, war, etc. - used especially when no one knows what it will be until it actually happens; result
// It was impossible to predict the _______ of the election.
(n.) a clever plan, especially to do something that is bad or illegal
// He'd had just about enough of his brother's _______s.
(n.) a system that you use to organize information, ideas, etc.
// What do you think about the colour _______ of this room?
(adj.) a ticket, document, or agreement that is legally or officially acceptable
// Your return ticket will be _______ for three months.
(adj.) happening regularly or all the time; continual
// There was a _______ stream of visitors to the house.
(v.) to show or prove something clearly
// The study _______s the link between poverty and malnutrition.
(v.) to suggest that something is true, without saying this directly; infer
// Cleo blushed. She had not meant to _______ that he was lying.
(v.) to prevent something from having any effect
// Efforts to expand the tourist industry could be _______d by reports that the sea is highly polluted.
(v.) to take something away from, out of, or off the place where it is; to get rid of something so that it does not exist any longer
// _______ the old wallpaper and fill any holes in the walls.
(n.) new machines, equipment, and ways of doing things that are based on modern knowledge about science and computers
// Modern _______ makes moving money around much easier than it used to be.
(adj.) fairly large, especially large enough to have an effect or be important
// We've saved a _______ amount of money.
(v.) to use the knowledge and information you have in order to understand something or form an opinion about it
// From her son's age, I _______d that her husband must be at least 60.
(v.) to come into a country in order to live there permanently
// His father and mother _______d to Canada when he was two.
(adj.) small and not very important or serious, especially when compared with other things
// We have made some _______ changes to the program.
(v.) to depend on someone or something with full trust or confidence
// She no longer needed to _______ on Rico or her brothers - she could be entirely independent.
(n.) a special way of doing something; method
// There are various _______s for dealing with industrial pollution.
(n.) permission to do something
// He took the car without the owner's _______.
(n.) a standard that you use to judge something or make a decision about something
// Candidates must meet all of the following _______ in order to be selected.
(v.) to make the meaning of something clearer by giving an example
// She _______d her discussion with diagrams.
(v.) to increase something as much as possible
// The company's main function is to _______ profit.
(v.) to put someone's or something's name on an official list
// How many students have _______ed for English classes?
(adj.) connected with knowledge of how machines work
// Our staff will be available to give you _______ support.
(adj.) relating to small exact details or rules that say how a system should work
// _______ly, you must give the person with the frisbee at least one meter of space.
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