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emerge

Type: verb Definitions: (verb) If a pattern or picture emerges, it becomes clear. (verb) If you emerge, you come out of something. Examples: (verb) Details of the operation to transfer the illegal immigrants emerged yesterday. (verb) The terrorists emerged from their...

goal

Type: noun Definitions: (noun) A goal is something you want to do or be able to do. Examples: (noun) It’s important for young people to have goals in life. (noun) Scientists’ ultimate goal is a theory of everything. Synonyms: nouns: aim, ambition, target....

hence

Type: preposition Definitions: (preposition) hence means from this time. (preposition) We use hence to show that one thing is the result of another. Examples: (preposition) We shall meet again two months hence. (preposition) There has been a record amount of rain this...

implementation

Type: noun Definitions: (noun) Implementation is the process or result of putting a plan into action. Examples: (noun) The idea was good but there were many mistakes in the plan’s implementation. (noun) Full implementation of the debt relief plans will remove up...

integration

Type: noun Definitions: (noun) Integration is the act of combining a number of things to work together. Examples: (noun) We have almost finished the integration of our different ideas. (noun) integration of immigrants into American society has become much more...

internal

Type: adjective Definitions: (adjective) Something that is internal is within or inside something else. Examples: (adjective) The police are conducting an internal investigation after officers shot two people. (adjective) Grammar is mostly concerned with the internal...

mechanism

Type: noun Definitions: (noun) A mechanism is one moving system within a larger, more complex machine or organism. (noun) A mechanism is the way something works Examples: (noun) The body has a mechanism to bring down blood-sugar levels when it gets too high. (noun)...

occupational

Type: adjective Definitions: (adjective) Something occupational is related to your job. Examples: (adjective) The specialised language of certain occupational groups (for example, builders, doctors, lawyers, mechanics and scientists) is often unknown to other people....

overall

Type: adverb, adjective Definitions: (adverb) If you look at something overall, you look at the whole of it. (adjective) An overall effect, strategy, picture, etc., is one that covers everything but may not go into detail. Examples: (adverb) overall, populations have...

project

Type: verb, noun Definitions: (verb) If something is projected, it is clearly displayed or it stands out. (verb) If you project, you plan for or estimate something in the future. (noun) A project is a complex job or assignment, often involving research or...

regime

Type: noun Definitions: (noun) A regime is a plan or system. (noun) A regime is a government, especially a bad or illegal one. Examples: (noun) Under the government’s new tax regime, families will be worse off. (noun) Jews were treated terribly under the Nazi...

retain

Type: verb Definitions: (verb) If you retain something, you keep it. Examples: (verb) They joined the group but still managed to retain their independence at the same time. (verb) The company retains the right to change the price at any time. Synonyms: verbs: hold,...