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fuel something
v. stimulate
be exposed to something
exposure to something (n)
v. to become aware of; to gain experience in
point to something
v. show , indicate
stand out
v. distinguish oneself, be highly noticeable
bombard
be bombarded with something
v. to attack verbally; to attack with speech, ads. etc.
afflict
be afflicted with something
v. cause bodily suffering to,cause great unhappiness for, cause pain or suffering in, to trouble greatly, to distress
unbaised
be (un) biased towards / against something
adj . impartial,, without prejudice,, with an open mind without prejudice
vulnerability
be vulnerable to someting
adj. openness to attack, weakness
manipulate
v. control (others or oneself) or influence skillfully, usually to one's advantage
disguise
disguise as something / be disguised as something
v. make unrecognizable, , the act of concealing the identity of something by modifying its appearance
launch something
v. get going, begin with vigor, set up or found
dedicate something to someone
dedicate some time to do something
v. open to public use, as of a highway, park, or building, give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause / , to set aside for a certain purpose / , To name, address, or set aside as an honor. / ,
instantly
adv. without any delay, without delay or hesitation, immediately
impulse purchase
n . a purchase made without any planning or search effort , to buy an item without thinking about it
intervene
v. to enter in order to help or settle something, occur between other event or between certain points of time,
frontier
n . an undeveloped field of study
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