24 terms

Q: Skills 4: Unit 2 Vocabulary

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embrace
v. to accept an idea with enthusiasm
stifle
v. to prevent something from happening
bias
n. preference for
point out
v. to make something clear
moderately
adv. fairly, quite, not very
stumble upon
v. find by accident
recognize
v. acknowledge
stimulating
adj. interesting
turn out
v. happen with a particular result
open-minded
adj. willing to accept new ideas or opinions
inflexible
adj. unwilling to change
chaos
n. a big mess
anecdote
n. a short, interesting story about a real person or event
appropriate
adj. right for the particular situation
associate
v. to make a connection in your mind
cautious
adj. careful about what you say or do
conduct
v. to organize and do something (e.g. a study)
cycle
n. a series of events that always repeat in the same order
enthusiasm
n. a strong feeling of excitement and interest in something
investor
n. a person who puts money into a company to make a profit
morale
n. the way a group feels at a particular time
norm
n. a situation or pattern of behavior that is normal
reward
n. a something that is given to someone for doing a good job
trend
n. a general change or development

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