Wordlist 8 (GSOM students only)


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We believe it is especially effective because...
Мы полагаем, что это будет особенно эффективно, потому что...
There are two main reasons why it is a convincing strategy ...
Есть две основные причины, почему эта стратегия является надежной...
Such initiatives can clearly be justified on educational grounds as well as...
Подобные инициативы могут быть оправданы как по причинам, связанным с образованием, так и...
Our rationale for this is...
Актуальность может быть обоснована тем, что...
To capture the topic
to represent the topic very accurately
opening statement
generally the first occasion that the trier of fact (jury or judge) has to hear from a lawyer in a trial, aside possibly from questioning during voir dire. The opening statement is generally constructed to serve as a "road map" for the fact-finder.
result in
to cause a particular situation to happen
cause by
to make something happen, especially something bad:
"Most heart attacks are caused by blood clots"
lead to
If an action or event leads to something, it causes that thing to happen or exist
degree of certainty
degree of certainty shows how something is certain in any ways
the activity of guessing possible answers to a question without having enough information to be certain
used in negatives to mean "in every case" or "therefore"
in a way that is easy to understand or see
to achieve something and cause it to happen
the result of an influence
influence or cause someone or something to change
body mass index
a measure of body fat based on height and weight that applies to adult men and women
household income
a measure of the combined incomes of all people sharing a particular household or place of residence
household name
the name or brand of a product that is very well known
a famous person or organization
a situation in which you balance two opposing situations or qualities:
There is a trade-off between doing the job accurately and doing it quickly.
a situation in which you accept something bad in order to have something good
income per capita
the total national income divided by the number of people in the nation
account for
to form the total of something:
Students account for the vast majority of our customers.
to influence someone to behave or think in a particular way or to have a particular condition:
Your family history can help a doctor determine if you are predisposed to developing heart disease.
persist into (adulthood)
сохраняться во взрослую жизнь
conclusive evidence
one or more reasons for believing that something is or is not true
connection language
Use language to increase or decrease the connection between things
confident interpretation
an explanation or opinion of what something means
cause-effect connection
a relationship between events or things, where one is the result of the other or others
for that reason
There are a number of possible reasons for
Существует несколько возможных причин для
The effects are likely to be
Последствия могут быть
Poor mark may stem
Плохая оценка может быть из-за
It was partly becausе
Отчасти это случилось потому что
Vicious circle
Situation in which bad things causes bad things
Stroke prevention
Insult prophilaxis
Turning into digital code
Actions that happens again and again in a known amount of time
Loss of liquid
Not efficient work
not often
justifying language
a language that seems acceptable (??? not sure)
to adopt a strategy
выработать/принять/внедрить стратегию
mindset of people
мировоззрение/мышление людей
prove successful
оказаться успешным
A ... (workable) plan or system can be used or done easily and is effective
cost effective
If something is ... (cost-effective), it achieves good results for little money.
the process of caring for your child or children
potent (adj.)
having a strong effect on your body or mind
general health and happiness
measurable (adj.)
large enough to be noticed or to have a clear and noticeable effect
birth interval
the time between a birth and the next birth
something that can show what will happen in the future
the relationship of siblings
marital breakdown
When a husband and wife no longer get on with each other, leading to the end of the marriage by divorce or separation.
cohort (n)
someone who supports someone else, especially a political leader
stature (n)
1) the importance that someone has because of their work 2) height
burden of something
smh difficult or unpleasant that you have to deal with or worry about
turn away (one's eyes or thoughts) (отводить глаза/предотвращать беду)
completely remove or get rid of (smh)
unexpectedly be faced with or experience (smh hostile or difficult)
a person without professional or specialized knowledge in a particular subject
clear association
easy to understand or interpret a connection or relationship between two things or people
be (a part) of a whole
tentative interpretation
the action of explaining the meaning of something, which is one without confidence
degree of confidence
the level of feeling certain about the truth of smith
to contribute to smth
to be one of the causes of an event or a situation
something that controls or affects what happens in a particular situation
enduring deprivation
the state of being kept from possessing, enjoying, or using something for a very long time
degree of crowding
the density of population of a particular area
to prevail
1) to get control or influence 2) to be common among a group of people
short-run privation
a lack of the basic things that are necessary for an acceptable standard of living in a short period of time
1) the process or action of making something less strong or valuable 2) the process or action of making a company's shares less valuable by making more shares available
suggestive answer
Answer bringing thoughts, memories, or feelings into the mind
Definitive answer
Answer that is complete and final, the perfect example, usually a strong yes or no.
by assuming reasonably; probably
food intake
a nourishing substance that is eaten or otherwise taken into the body to sustain life, provide energy, or promote growth
1. the science that deals with the preservation of health.
2. a condition or practice conducive to the preservation of health, as cleanliness.
birth order
The ordinal position by birth of a child in relation to one or more other siblings.
cumulative effect
1. The state in which a series of repeated actions have an effect greater than the sum of their individual effects;
public sanitation
the development and application of sanitary measures for the sake of cleanliness, protecting health, etc.
to be a sign of; betoken; evidence; show;
to point out or point to; direct attention to;
to be prone to smth
Likely or liable to suffer from, do, or experience something unpleasant or regrettable.
the latter
Occurring or situated nearer to the end of something than to the beginning.
single parent
A person bringing up a child or children without a partner.
Fix (an object) firmly and deeply in a surrounding mass.
Not wanting to communicate with other people.
Unwilling and hesitant;
A temporary diminution of the severity of disease or pain.
owing to
Because of or on account of.