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core

Type: noun Definitions: (noun) The core is the central part of something. Examples: (noun) The core of the idea is to make more people recycle plastic. (noun) A core group of fans follow the team to every game. Synonyms: nouns: centre, foundation. Academic Word List...

corporate

Type: adjective Definitions: (adjective) corporate finance, planning, management, etc. is related to business or a company. Examples: (adjective) There is a big difference between local managers and corporate leaders. (adjective) We have accounts for both individual...

correspond

Type: verb Definitions: (verb) If two people correspond, they write letters to each other. (verb) If something corresponds to something else, there is a close relationship between them. Examples: (verb) She corresponded with him for three years before they finally met...

criteria

Type: noun Definitions: (noun) Criteria are a set of principles that you use to judge something or decide about something. Examples: (noun) The project proposal does not meet current criteria for approval. (noun) One of the criteria for measuring the success of a...

deduction

Type: noun Definitions: (noun) deduction is the amount or process of taking something away, usually money. (noun) deduction is the process or result of thinking about information to find an answer or opinion. Examples: (noun) The average worker takes home about $500...

demonstrate

Type: verb Definitions: (verb) If a group of people demonstrate, they protest something publicly. (verb) If you demonstrate something, you show how to do it or use it. (verb) If you demonstrate something, you show that it is true or that it exists. Examples: (verb)...

document

Type: verb, noun Definitions: (verb) If you document something, you make a record of it, usually in writing. (noun) A document is a written record, often official. Examples: (verb) Wallace documented hundreds of species of insect around Indonesia. (verb) It’s...

dominant

Type: adjective Definitions: (adjective) If something is dominant, it is larger, stronger, or more powerful than other things. Examples: (adjective) Atheism is becoming a dominant idea in many developed countries. (adjective) In society, the dominant class holds power...

emphasis

Type: noun Definitions: (noun) emphasis is the giving of particular attention or importance to something. Examples: (noun) The emphasis should be on the quality of education, not the number of hours spent in school. (noun) Extra emphasis should be placed on providing...

ensure

Type: verb Definitions: (verb) To ensure is to make something certain Examples: (verb) By studying everyday, she ensured her success when she took the test. (verb) Their conservation work is great and should ensure the survival of the animals in the area. Synonyms:...

exclude

Type: verb Definitions: (verb) If you exclude someone or something, you keep them out. Examples: (verb) The rules specifically exclude the use of drugs. (verb) During play time, she was excluded from the group. Synonyms: verbs: ban, block, reject. Academic Word List...

framework

Type: noun Definitions: (noun) A framework is the structural supports that a building, vehicle, etc. is built around. (noun) A framework is a collection of basic ideas and organising principles that you can build an argument, a book, a society, etc. around. Examples:...