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Used to identify the idea, cause, problem, etc., that forms the basis of something.
Of or relating to the mind.
The way a person or an animal acts or behaves.
to rely on
To need someone or something for support, help, etc.
A careful study of something to learn about its parts, what they do, and how they are related to each other.
To investigate or look into something carefully.
Something that happens as a result of a particular action or set of conditions.
A good or helpful result or effect.
An interesting or important part, quality, ability, etc.
To have or include someone or something as a part of something
To succeed in carriying out
To cause someone or something to be widely known and accepted.
A series of actions that produce something or that lead to a particular result.
To make or produce something (new by using your talents).
A piece of work that has been given to someone: a job for someone to do.
Someone or something that could cause trouble harm, etc.
To make a judgment about something, to evaluate
Something that happens has a result of an activity or process.
To cause something to start functioning.
Having or providing as much as is needed
A system of lines, wires, a group of people, etc. that are connected to each other.
Any action, condition or circumstance that arises from or accompanies something else and serves as evidence of it.
The act or process of returning to a normal state after a period of difficulties/ becoming healthy after an illness or injury/the return of something that has been lost.
To from a judgment or opinion regarding the worth, amount, size, weight, etc.
To say or show that something may not be true, correct, or legal.
To cause something to exist or continue without changing.
Money or another kind of payment that is given or received for something that has been done or that is offered for something that might be done.
Something that is believed to be true or probably true that is not known to be true.
to become involved in something (such as a conflict) in order to have an influence on what happen.
To order someone to do something with authority.
To indicate or suggest something without is being stated in words.
The act or force of one thing hitting another.
Something that helps produce or influence a result: one of the things that cause something to happen.
to move or become near or nearer to something or someone
Facts or information used usually to calculate, analyze, or plan something.
to tend to
Used to describe what often happens or what someone often does or is likely to do.
To show something
The special purpose or activity for which a thing exists or is used.
Important of consequence.
A series of actions that are done in a certain way or order: an established or accepted way of doing something
to stop (something) from happening or existing.
To change, to move or to cause (something or someone) to move to a different place, position, etc.
An example of a particular type of action or situation: an occasion of something happening.
The ability to do something that comes from training, experience, or practice.
To respond to a stimulus.
Always acting or behaving in the same way, of the same quality.
To become known or apparent.
To happen, to take place, to present itself.
Something that people are talking about, thinking about, etc.: an important subject or topic
to be different or to become different.
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