I'm just a poor boy

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the result of a particular influence:
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effect
The radiation leak has had a disastrous effect on/upon the environment.
to do less well than you could or should:
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underachieve
like a lot of boys his age, he is underachieving.
with this result:
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thus
They planned to reduce staff and thus to cut costs.
to continue to exist for a long time:
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endure
The political system established in 1400 endured until about 1650.
extremely important or necessary:
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crucial
Her work has been crucial to the project's success...
a small piece or amount of something:
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bit
The glass smashed into little bits.
something that must exist or happen before something else can exist or happen:
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prerequisite
Passing a written test is a prerequisite for taking the advanced course
clear and exact:
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explicit
I gave her very explicit directions how to get here.
suggested but not communicated directly:
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implicit
He interpreted her comments as an implicit criticism of the government.
any of the numbers from 0 to 9, especially when they form part of a longer number
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digit
how many digits are in your phone number
in a way that is clear and exact:
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explicitly
I told you quite explicitly (= clearly) to be home by midnight.
legal action:
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proceedings
I started legal proceedings to try to have him taken away from his parents permanently.
someone or something who is as important, successful, etc. as someone or something else:
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equal
On a professional and personal level the two men were equals.
the often gradual development of something, or the way something happens, or a way of doing something:
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course
What would be an appropriate course (of action) in such a situation?
something that shows how strong or common a condition or feeling is:
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index
consumer spending is often a good index of public confidence in the economy.
to guess or calculate the cost, size, value, etc. of something:
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estimate
They estimate (that) the journey will take at least two weeks.
a connection or relationship between two or more facts, numbers, etc.:
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correlation
There's a correlation between smoking and cancer
arranged according to people's or things' level of importance, or relating to such a system:
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hierarchical
The military has a hierarchical rank structure.
reduction in size or importance:
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diminution
Regular exercise can result in a general diminution in stress levels.
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back up by
his claims are backed up by recent research
to end something by force:
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suppress
I could barely suppress my anger.
expressing disapproval, or suggesting that something is not good or is of no importance:
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pejorative
Make sure students realize that "fat" is a pejorative word.
People who are ... are poor and unsuccessful and have the lowest position in society.
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at the bottom of the heap
the poor are at the bottom of the social heap as well as the financial one
knowing that something exists, or having knowledge or experience of a particular thing:
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Aware
Were you aware of the risks at the time?
an informal social system in which some people or groups know they are more or less important than others:
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pecking order
he started as a clerk but gradually he rose in the pecking order.
someone who has done something wrong:
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culprit
Police hope the public will help them to find the culprits.

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