25 terms

Academic A Vocabulary List 8 Definitions

STUDY
PLAY

Terms in this set (...)

acquire
v
to get something: to come to own something; to gain (a new skill, ability, etc. usually by your own effort
cite
v
to write or say (the words of a book, author, etc.); to mention something to support an idea
constitute
v
to make up or form something; to be the same as something: to be equivalent to something
creative
j
having or showing an ability to make new things or think of new ideas
cycle
n
a set of events or actions that happen again and again in the same order: a repeating series of events or actions
depression
n
a state a feeling sad; a serious medical condition in which a person very sad, hopeless, and unimportant
display
v
to put (something) where people can see it; to show that you have (an emotion, quality, skill, etc.)
diversity
n
the quality or state of having many different forms, types, ideas, etc.
error
n
Something that is not correct: a wrong action or statement: mistake
furthermore
r
In addition to what has been said; used to introduce a statement that supports a previous statement
illustrate
v
to give examples in order to make (something) easier to understand; to be proof or evidence of (something)
implementation
n
to begin to do or use (something, such as a plan): to make (something) active or effective
incorporate
v
to include (something) as part of something else
interpret
v
to explain the meaning of (something); to understand (something) in a specified way
mode
n
a particular form or type of something (such as transportation or behavior); a particular way of doing something
philosophy
n
the study of ideas about knowledge, truth, the nature and meaning of life, etc.
previously
r
existing or happening before the present time; earlier in time or order
professional
n
someone who does a job that requires special training, education, or skill: a member of a profession
publication
n
a book, magazine, etc., that has been printed and made available to the public
relevant
j
relating to a subject in an appropriate way
resolution
n
the act of finding an answer or solution to a conflict, problem, etc.: the act of resolving something
revolution
n
the usually violent attempt by many people to end the rule of one government and start a new one
selection
n
the act of choosing something or someone from a group
significance
n
the quality of being important: the quality of having notable worth or influence; the meaning of something
similarly
r
in a similar way: in almost the same way;: : used to say that two situations, actions, statements, etc. are alike