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término definición
precise or exact; free from error (opposite = inaccurate)
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accurate (The victim was unable to provide an accurate description of the criminal.)
to get or come into possession of something; to accumulate or collect
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acquire (Over 20 years of collecting stamps, I’ve acquired over 4,000 of them!)
to help or aid someone (noun = assistance)
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assist (They were assisted by an outside company when designing the program.”)
to receive an advantage or make an improvement
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benefit (from) (Society has greatly benefited from technological advancements)
gentle or kind; favorable; passive or inactive
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benign (The military cannot afford to be benign in this war)
to make a statement about something
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comment (on) (First, I would like to comment on the current environmental situation)
to give an equivalent or a return for something else
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compensate (for) (If the government expects citizens to do this, they must compensate their citizens fairly)
a part or element of something (see also: aspect)
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component (To understand the whole problem, you must look at all of its separate components)
a result or effect of something
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consequence (He was executed as a consequence for his heinous actions)
to be made of something; to be composed of something
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consist (of) (A healthy relationship must consist of trust and mutual respect)
to give to a common cause, supply, or fund
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contribute (I contributed over $300 to charity last year.)
to be similar to something; to be in agreement with something
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correspond (with/to) (The words of politicians often don’t correspond with their actions)
very important; vital
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crucial (The media was crucial to changing public opinion about the Viet Nam war)
clear and having easily-identifiable or specific characteristics
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distinct (Dark chocolate is known for its distinct smell and taste)
to destroy slowly over time; to disintegrate
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erode (Many religious leaders feel that secularism has eroded morality)
to make an educated guess; to give a projection
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estimate (Scientists have been estimating a massive population explosion over the next two decades)
to keep someone/something from entering a group, society, project, etc.
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(When I was in high school, I was excluded from many activities due to my disability)
to get or obtain something from something els
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extract (Physical torture is not an effective means of extracting information from a human being)
pragnąć
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desire, long for (she longed for a little more excitement)
to show or give evidence of something
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indicate (Research indicates that cell phones can cause cancer)
a sign or token
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indication of (High blood pressure is a clear indication of stress)
to use to maximum effect or potential
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maximise (“The goal of any business is to maximise its profits.”)
to watch and give attention
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monitor (Companies have numerous ways to monitor employee behaviour.)
to get or receive
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obtain (“In order to obtain respect, a person has to earn it)
stopniowo
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gradually
the act of taking part in something
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participation (Portugal was ridiculed for its participation in slavery)
a potential candidate; a possibility of success, profit, etc.
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prospect (I was excited by the prospect of winning the lottery.)
to buy
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purchase (We’re planning to purchase a house next year)
to chase or follow
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pursue (Acting is a difficult career to pursue)
uciekać
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make off, slip away (The burglars made off with good worth)
to be different; to alternate; to change or alter; to diversify
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vary (To write a good essay, you need to vary your vocabulary)
being truly or very much so
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veritable (I felt a veritable pain in my abdomen)
zemdleć (phrasal verb)
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pass out (Jenny suddenly felt dizzy and passed out)
to decrease in strength, intensity, etc.
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wane (“My interest in the movie waned the longer we watched it.)
wyróżniać się
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stand out (Morris stands out as the most experienced candidate)
pojawiać się
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turn up (Danny turned up late as ususal)
wielokrotnie
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repeatedly
sparaliżowany
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paralyzed, petrified
trwać
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persist in (The minority of drivers who persist in drinking)
nieufny wobec
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wary of (dogs that have been mistreated often remain very wary of strangers)
nieufny
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mistrustful
litość / wspułczuć
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pity (Clare didn't know whether to envy or pity them, her voice was full of pity)
niechętny
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reluctant to
skarcić
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scold
zachować
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preserve (all records of the past were zealously preserved)
skomplikowany/opracować
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elaborate
złośliwiec/ dokuczać
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tease (tease each other)
więź/wiązać
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bond
zdolność
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capacity for (
ograniczony
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finite, limited (Relationship experts claim that our capacity for maintainig emotionally close relationships is finite)
kosztem
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at the expense of (new friendships come at the expense of loosening contact with existing friends)
zepsuty
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cranky, spoiled
drażliwy
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irritable
wdzięcznie / niezgrabnie
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gracefully / ungracefully
przekonująco
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convincingly
dokładnośc
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Accuracy (while my brother is very fluent in spanish he sometoimes lack grammatical accuracy)
znacznie
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considerably, greatly
upokorzony
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humiliated, mortified
zrozumiały
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understandable, intelligible, comprehensible
samodzielny
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self reliant
wykonać
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carry out
czy przypadkiem nie wiesz?
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do you happen to know?
chcieć, miec ochote
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fancy (Do you fancy going to the cinema?)
kwalifikoway do
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eligible for (I am eligible for a full refund)
przechodzic doswiadczac
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undergo (At the moment our school i undergoing even more changes)
state of the art
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nowoczesny
badać
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look into sth

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