Sublist 4 Definitions

  1. to set down or think of as belonging to, produced by, resulting from, or originating in, assign or ascribe (to); to ascribe as a quality or characteristic
    to attribute
  2. a characteristic or quality of a thing
    attribute (noun)
  3. 1. [noun] the right to enter
  4. 2. [adjective] easy to approach or enter
    accessible (adj.)
  5. 3. [verb] reach or gain access to
    to access
  6. 1. [adjective] (sometimes followed by `to') meeting the requirements, especially of a task
    adequate (adj.)
  7. 2. [adjective] enough to meet a purpose
    adequate (adj.)
  8. 3. [adjective] about average; acceptable
    adequate (adj.)
  9. 1. [noun] a reference book that is published regularly once every year
  10. 2. [adjective] occurring or payable every year
    annual (adj.) = yearly
  11. Readily seen; visible, readily understood; clear or obvious
    apparent (adj.)
  12. Appearing as such but not necessarily so; seeming
    apparent (adj.)
  13. almost exact or correct
    approximate (adj.)
  14. Very similar; closely resembling
    approximate (adj.)
  15. To come close to; be nearly the same as, to bring near
    approximate (verb tr.)
  16. A state of mind or a feeling; disposition
    attitude (noun)
  17. a body of laws, as of a nation or city; any set of principles or rules of conduct; genetic code; a system of symbols used as in secret writing; a binary system of converting information
    code (noun)
  18. to put in the form or symbols of a code; to put in binary form, as for computer use
    to code (verb)
  19. perpetrate: perform an act, usually with a negative connotation
    to commit (verb)
  20. give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause
    to commit
  21. an engagement by contract involving financial obligation
    commitment (noun)
  22. transmit information
    to communicate (verb)
  23. transmit thoughts or feelings
    to communicate
  24. the activity of communicating; the activity of conveying information
  25. direct one's attention on something
    to concentrate (verb)
  26. draw together or meet in one common center
    to concentrate
  27. make denser, stronger, or purer
    to concentrate
  28. the strength of a solution; number of molecules of a substance in a given volume
    concentration (noun)
  29. complete attention; intense mental effort
    concentration (noun)
  30. to discuss sth with sb before making a decision
    to confer (verb)
  31. to give, grant, or bestow; to compare; to have a conference or talk
    to confer (verb)
  32. the act of conversing or consulting on a serious matter; a formal meeting of a number of people for discussion or consultation
    conference (noun)
  33. to compare so as to point out the differences; set off against one another; to show differences when compared; form a contrast
    to contrast (verb)
  34. an obvious difference between two or more things
    contrast (noun)
  35. to ride a bicycle
    to cycle (verb)
  36. a group of events which happen in a particular order, one following the other, and which are often repeated; one in a series of movements that a machine performs
    cycle (noun) (series)
  37. describes a group of events which happen in a particular order, one following the other, and which are often repeated
    cyclical (adj.)
  38. formal discussion in a public meeting or legislature, in which opposing arguments are presented
    debate (noun)
  39. to discuss or argue about
    to debate (verb)
  40. in spite of
    despite (Preposition)
  41. a measurable extent, such as length, breadth, or height
    dimension (noun)
  42. an aspect or feature
    dimension (noun)
  43. of or relating to the home
    domestic (adj)
  44. become known or apparent
    to emerge (verb)
  45. come out into view
    to emerge (verb)
  46. newly formed or just coming into prominence
    emerging (adj)
  47. The condition of having incorrect or false knowledge, a mistake
    error (noun)
  48. denoting or deriving from or distinctive of the ways of living built up by a group of people
    ethnic (adj.)
  49. end, finish, destination, a successful attempt at scoring
    goal (noun)
  50. any monetary aid, the act of providing a subsidy, a transfer of property by deed of conveyance
    grant (noun)
  51. let have, give as judged due or on the basis of merit, be willing to concede, allow to have
    to grant (verb)
  52. that is the reason or explanation for; therefore; from this time
    hence (adv)
  53. an idea or explanation for something that is based on known facts but has not yet been proved
    hypothesis (noun)
  54. imagined or suggested but not necessarily real or true
    hypothetical (adj)
  55. to put a plan or system into operation
    to implement (verb)
  56. to involve, to connect intimately or incriminatingly; to have as a consequence or necessary circumstance
    to implicate (verb)
  57. a formal relationship between two propositions such that if the first is true then the second is necessarily or logically true
    implication (noun)
  58. to establish or apply as compulsory; to apply or make prevail by or as if by authority: impose a peace settlement; to obtrude or force on another or others; to take unfair advantage
    to impose (verb)
  59. to unit; to designate, to amalgamate or mix groups with an existing community; to perform an integration
    to integrate (verb)
  60. made up of parts
    integrated (adj)
  61. 1. of, situated on, or suitable for the inside; inner
    internal (adj)
  62. to observe or inquire into in detail; examine systematically; To make a detailed inquiry or systematic examination
    to investigate (verb)
  63. 1. an individual piece of work or task 2. an occupation; post of employment 3. an object worked on or a result produced from working 4. a duty or responsibility her job was to cook the dinner 5. Informal a difficult task or problem "I had a job to contact him" 6. a state of affairs "make the best of a bad job", "it's a good job I saw you"
    job (noun)
  64. a card, a strip of paper marked and attached to an object to indicate its nature or contents or ownership, an identifying brand of a company
    label (noun)
  65. to attach a label to, to classify as, to differentiate an element or atom
    to label (verb)
  66. the working parts or arrangement of parts of a machine, a system whose parts work together
    mechanism (noun)
  67. clear to almost anyone
    obvious (adj.)
  68. to fill a pace or period of time
    to occupy (verb)
  69. to live in or use a house, piece of land etc
    to occupy (verb)
  70. to keep sb/yourself busy
    to occupy (verb)
  71. the person who is in building, car, etc at a particular time
    occupant (noun)
  72. a job or profession; the way in which you spend your time
    occupation (noun)
  73. the act of the army of one country taking control of another country; the period of time that this situation lasts
    occupation (noun)
  74. something that you can choose to do; the freedom to choose
    option (noun)
  75. that you can choose or not choose
    optional (adj)
  76. the amount that a person or machine produces
    output (noun)
  77. the information that a computer produces
    output (noun)
  78. considering something as a whole, rather than its details or the different aspects of it; including everything
    overall (adj.)
  79. a light coat worn over your clothes to protect them when you are working
    overall (noun)
  80. Lines that are parallel are the same distance apart at every point along their whole length; happening at the same time or in the same way but separately
    parallel (adj.)
  81. A way in which separate things or people are similar to each other; someone or something that is similar to another person or thing
    parallel (noun)
  82. a limit that affects how something can be done
    parameter (noun)
  83. a particular period of time during the development of something
    phase (noun)
  84. to make something happen gradually
    to phase (verb)
  85. to say what you think will happen in the future
    to predict (verb)
  86. main, or most important
    principal (adjective)
  87. earlier
    prior (adj.)
  88. skilled, trained, engaged in a specified occupation for pay or as a means of livelihood
    professional (adj.)
  89. a person who engages in some art, sport, etc. for money, esp. as a means of livelihood, rather than as a hobby; a person who does something with great skill
    professional (noun)
  90. (planned) work, activity
    project (noun)
  91. to calculate
    to project (verb)
  92. to throw, cast, or impel forward or onward
    to project (verb)
  93. a prediction or advance estimate based on known data or observations; extrapolation
    projection (noun)
  94. contribute to the progress or growth of, make publicity for
    promote (verb)
  95. to raise to a higher rank, status, degree
    to promote (verb)
  96. A form of government, a government in power; administration (usually of an oppressive nature)
    regime (noun)
  97. A regulated system, as of diet and exercise; a regimen
    regime (noun)
  98. to find the answer or solution to
    to resolve (verb)
  99. to reach as a decision or intention; determine
    to resolve (verb)
  100. The state or quality of being resolute; firm determination
    resolution (noun)
  101. the capability of an optical system, or other imaging system, of making clear and distinguishable the separate parts or components of an object
    resolution (noun)
  102. To keep sth., to continue to have sth.
    to retain (verb)
  103. a group or number of related or similar persons, things, or events coming one after another; sequence; succession
  104. The measurement of numerical data of groups, individuals or experiments. Its values inform about a central tendency
  105. emphasis, significance, importance
    stress (noun)
  106. a mental or emotional tension characterized by feelings of fear, etc.
    stress (noun)
  107. coming after, following in time, place or order
    subsequent (adj.)
  108. the full amount, or the whole
    sum (noun)
  109. to bring into or contain in a brief and comprehensive statement or to form a quick estimate of.
    sum up (verb phrase)
  110. a comprehensive and usually brief abstract, recapitulation, or compendium of previously stated facts or statements
    summary (noun)
  111. direct and prompt, brief and comprehensive
    summary (adj.)
  112. to promise, agree, or obligate oneself, to make oneself responsible for; take over as a charge
    to undertake (verb)
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Sublist 4 Definitions
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