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Academic A Vocabulary List 6 Definitions

Academic A Vocabulary List 6 Definitions Academic word meanings as presented in learner dictionary definitions sourced from: learnerdictionary.com
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analyze
v
to study (something) closely and carefully; to study the emotions and thoughts of (someone)
colleague
n
a person who works with you
consist
v
to have (something) as an essential or main part
consistent
j
always acting or behaving in the same way; having parts that agree with each other
contact
n
that state or condition that exists when two people or things physically touch each other
contribution
n
a regular payment that is made to an employer or government for something; the act of giving something
definition
n
an explanation of the meaning of a word, phrase, etc.; a clear or perfect example of a person or thing
dimension
n
the length, width, height, or depth of something; the amount or number of things that something affects
distribution
n
the act of giving or delivering something to people; the way that something is divided or spread out
domestic
j
of, relating to, or made in your own country; relating to or involving someone's home or family
enable
v
to make (someone or something) able to do or to be something
implication
n
a possible future effect or result; something that is suggested without being said directly
initial
j
occurring at the beginning of something
link
v
to join or connect (two or more things, places, etc.) together
minority
n
a number or amount that is less than half of a total; the group that is the smaller part of a larger group
objective
n
something you are trying to do or achieve
overall
j
including everyone or everything; viewed as a whole or in general
percentage
n
a number or rate that is expressed as a certain portion of something divided into 100 parts; a part of a whole
predict
v
to say that (something) will or might happen in the future
psychological
j
of or relating to the mind; of or relating to the study of the mind
range
v
to include everything between specified limits; to live or grow in a particular area
specifically
r
in a definite and exact way; used to indicate the exact purpose or use of something
theme
n
the main subject being discussed or described in a piece of writing, a movie, etc. a particular subject or issue
trend
n
a general direction of change; something that is currently popular or fashionable
unique
j
used to say something or someone is unlike anything or anyone else