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amendment

Type: noun Definitions: (noun) An amendment is a change to a piece of writing or a statement that corrects or clarifies it; also the process of making this change. Examples: (noun) He agreed to accept amendments to reduce tax in his new Finance Bill. (noun) This law...

contact

Type: verb, noun Definitions: (verb) If one thing contacts another, it touches, meets or communicates with it. (noun) If one thing makes or has contact with another, it touches, meets or communicates with it. Examples: (verb) You should contact the emergency services...

enable

Type: verb Definitions: (verb) If you enable something or someone, you allow it to do something or you help it. Examples: (verb) The data will not enable the identification of individuals to take place. (verb) Night or instrument flying enabled us to fly twenty-four...

facilitate

Type: verb Definitions: (verb) If A facilitates B, A makes B easier. Examples: (verb) The structure of an essay should facilitate the reader’s comprehension. (verb) The new education minister hopes to facilitate the development of modern schools. Synonyms:...

logic

Type: noun Definitions: (noun) Logic is a system of careful step by step thoughts or arguments that tries to explain truth. Examples: (noun) Without logic your arguments will fall apart. (noun) Scientists must use logic to explain the workings of the natural world....

network

Type: verb, noun Definitions: (verb) If you network, you make or use social connections, usually for business purposes. (noun) A network is a group of connections between a number of points. Examples: (verb) In some jobs, social networking is very important if you...

perspective

Type: noun Definitions: (noun) A perspective is a way of looking at or thinking about something. Examples: (noun) Try to think about your arguments from many different perspectives. (noun) The book provides a fresh perspective on the lives of young airmen during the...

reject

Type: verb Definitions: (verb) If you reject a person or object, you refuse to care for, or ignore, that person or object. (verb) If you reject an idea or belief, you decide that you do not believe it. Examples: (verb) I believe it is very sad that people who are...

transition

Type: verb, noun Definitions: (verb) To transition is to move from one place or situation to another. (noun) A transition is a change from one place or situation to another. Examples: (verb) We need to transition from fossil fuels to renewable sources of energy....

version

Type: noun Definitions: (noun) A version is something that exists in different forms. Examples: (noun) The North American version of the car will have a larger engine. (noun) Tomorrow, the company will release the new version of its software. Synonyms: nouns: form,...

welfare

Type: noun Definitions: (noun) Welfare is money paid by the government to poor people. (noun) Someone’s welfare is their health, safety, and other things the make them happy. Examples: (noun) Many people who lose their jobs have to go on welfare until they find...

whereas

Type: preposition Definitions: (preposition) You use whereas to show a contrast between two things or ideas. Examples: (preposition) Whereas average temperatures have been increasing, some parts of the world have experienced cooling. (preposition) Many kinds of roses...