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23 terms

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interpret
(v) to explain the meaning of; to translate
objective
(adj) based on face, no opinions; (a) a goal
subjective
(n) based on personal views and opinions
evaluate
(v) to judge the value or quality of
criteria
(n) rules for judging something
ambi-
both
ambiguous
(adj) unclear; having two or more possible meanings
ambivalent
(adj) feeling two ways about something; unsure of what to do
mor-
death
mortal
(adj) able to die; causing death (n) a human being
morbid
(adj) gruesome; horrifying
morbid
(adj) gruesome; horrifying
mortify
(v) to be ashamed; lit, to be scared to death
native
(adj) belonging to a place by birth; (n) someone who belongs to a place by birth
indigenous
(adj) originally from a place
condemn
(v) to disapprove of harshly
grievance
(adj) a complaint, often an official one
resist
(v) to stand up to ; to oppose
tumultuous
(adj) chaotic, often noisy
exert
(v) to put out or bring forth (often with significant effort)
genocide
(n) the murder of an entire people
lead
(v) to guide; (n) a merial used in many products
led
(v) the past tense of lead