AP Euro Vocab
Terms in this set (55)
To attach, append, or add something. To add an area or region to a country, state, etc; to take control of a territory or place.
The native speech or language of a region, country, or class.
To send a product to be sold or exchanged in another country.
To bring a product into a country to be sold or exchanged.
A person who is sent to a foreign country to do religious work; such as to convince people to join a religion or to help people who are sick or poor.
People such as priests who are the leaders of a religion and who perform religious services.
Not capable of being wrong or making mistakes; certain to work properly or succeed.
An amount of money that must be paid and that is collected by a government or other authority; tax.
Money that a country or group that loses a war pays because of the damage, injury, deaths, etc., it has caused.
Of or relating to money and especially to the money a government, business, or organization earns, spends, and owes. Financial matters.
Sure to happen; unable to be avoided.
The right to vote in an election.
Accepting that something is right or true; acknowledging defeat; surrender.
Relating to worldly things; not regarded as religious or spiritual; controlled by a government.
A continual increase in the price of goods and services.
To leave the position of a king or queen.
A large group of people who are involved in running a government but who are not elected.
An effort by many people to change the government or leader of a country by the use of protest, violence, or refusal to obey rules.
The refusal of public authorities to acknowledge or pay a lawful debt.
Deeply religious; devoted to a particular religion.
Bars of gold or silver; considered in mass.
The process of adopting the ways of another culture; to fully become part of a different society, country, etc.
Having supreme power over a country. A country's independent authority and the right to govern itself.
strongly and actively opposed to conflict, especially war.
A vote by which the people of a country or region express their opinion for or against an important proposal.
The amount of food, money, etc., that is needed to stay alive; means of supporting life.
A right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or class.
A person who argues for or supports a cause, policy, or another person.
Military weapons that are used to fight a war.
A feeling of having been treated unfairly; a reason for complaining or being unhappy with a situation.
A very small supply.
to remove something completely; eliminate; destroy.
Ancient times; before the Middle Ages.
To hasten the occurrence of something.
An action between two or more persons or forces, initiated by an agent that itself remains unaffected by the action. To cause an action or progress to begin.
To gradually advance beyond proper or usual limits. To trespass upon the property or rights of another, especially by gradual advances.
To say in a strong way that someone or something is wrong or bad. To give someone severe punishment; to cause to live in unpleasant conditions.
In or to a foreign land or country.
A division among the members of a group that occurs because they disagree on something.
To help someone or something pay for the costs of something.
To make a task or action slow or difficult; to delay; hold back.
A belief or set of beliefs that is accepted by the members of a group without being questioned or doubted.
To cause a mistaken idea or a bad situation that should be stopped to continue; to cause to last indefinitely.
to come together in a group or a body for a meeting.
Lasting; durable; permanent.
A gift by will; something such as money or property received from an ancestor or someone who died (from the past).
The power or right of a country to self-govern; the state of existing or acting separately from others.
A feeling of strong dislike, disapproval, or contempt of someone or something you think does not deserve respect (regarded as unworthy or inferior).
Relating, made in, or involved with one's own country (home) as apart from other countries.
To give up something such as power, control, or possession to another person or group; to retreat from; surrender.
Many people leave a place at the same time (Ex: The departure of Israelites from Egypt under Moses).
To send to an inferior or less important position, place, or condition.
Of or relating to the study of vital (relating to life) or social statistics or changes that occur in large groups of people over a period of time.
Required by a law or rule.
To make a bad situation or problem worse; more violent or bitter.
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