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= Cease to support or look after or leaving (someone)

Abstract = abstract (adjective) Existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical or concrete existence Academy = a place of study or training in a special field Access = (noun) The means or opportunity to approach or enter a place

Accomodate = (verb) Fit in with the wishes or needs of Accompany = (verb) Go somewhere with (someone) as a companion Accumulate = quantity of: (verb) Gather together or acquire an increasing number or

Accurate = (adjective) (Especially of information, measurements, or predictions) correct in all details; Achieve = (verb) Successfully bring about or reach (a desired objective or result) by effort, skill, or courage: Acknowledge = (verb) accept or admit the existence or truth of Acquire = (verb) Buy or obtain (an asset or object) for oneself Adapt = (verb) Make (something) suitable for a new use or purpose adequate = (adjective) Satisfactory or acceptable in quality or quantity adjacent = (adjective) Next to or adjoining something else adjust = (verb) alter or move (something) slightly in order to achieve the desired fit, appearance, or result administrate = (verb) less common term for adult = (noun) a person who is fully grown or developed. Advocate = (noun) a person who publicly supports Affect = (noun) Emotion or desire as influencing behaviour. Aggregate = (noun) a whole formed by combining several separate elements Aid = (noun) Help, typically of a practical nature Albeit = (conjunction) Though

Allocate = (verb) Distribute (resources or duties) for a particular purpose Alter = (verb) Change in character or composition, typically in a comparatively small but significant way Alternative = (adjective) (of one or more things) available as another possibility Ambiguous = (adjective) open to more than one interpretation Amend = (verb) Make minor changes to accurate in order to make it fairer or more

Analogy = (noun) a comparison between one thing and another, typically for the purpose of explanation or clarification Analyze = to examine critically, so as to bring out the essential elements or give the essence of Annual = (adjective) occurring once every year Anticipate = (verb) Regard as probable; expect or predict Apparent = (adjective) Clearly visible or understood Append = (verb) add (something) to the end of a written document Appreciate = (verb) Recognize the full worth of

Approach = (verb) Come near or nearer to (someone or something) in distance or time Appropriate = (adjective) Suitable or proper in the circumstances Approximate = (adjective) Close to the actual, but not completely accurate or exact Arbitary = (adjective) Based on random choice or personal whim, rather than any reason or system Area = (noun) a region or part of a town, a country, or the world Aspect = (noun) a particular part or feature of something

Assemble = (verb) (of people) gather together in one place for a common purpose

Assess = (verb) Evaluate or estimate the nature, ability, or quality of Assign = (verb). allocate (a job or duty) Assist = (verb) Help (someone), typically by doing a share of the work Assume = (verb) Suppose to be the case, without proof Assure = (verb) Tell someone something positively to dispel any doubts Attach = (verb) Join or fasten (something) to something else Attain = (verb) Succeed in achieving (something that one has worked for) Attitudes = (noun) a settled way of thinking or feeling about something Attribute = (verb) Regard something as being caused by Author = (noun) a writer of a book, article, or document Authority = (noun) The power or right to give orders, make decisions, and enforce obedience Automatic = (adjective) (of a device or process) working by itself with little or no direct human control Available = (adjective) able to be used or obtained Aware = (adjective) Having knowledge or perception of a situation or fact Behalf = (noun) In the interests of a person, group, or principle: as a representative of Benefit = (noun) an advantage or profit gained from something Bias = (noun) Inclination or prejudice for or against one person or group, especially in a way considered to be unfair Bond = (noun) a thing used to tie something or to fasten things together Brief = (adjective) of short duration Bulk = (noun) The mass or size of something large Capable = (adjective) Having the ability, fitness, or quality necessary to do or achieve a specified thing Capacity = (noun) The maximum amount that something can contain

Category = (noun) a class or division of people or things regarded as having particular shared characteristics Cease = (verb) Come or bring to an end Challenge = (noun) a call to someone to participate in a competitive situation or fight to decide who is superior in terms Chapter = (noun) a main division of a book, typically with a number or title Chart = (noun) a sheet of information in the form of a table, graph, or diagram Chemical = (adjective) Relating to chemistry, or the interactions of substances as studied in chemistry Circumstance = (noun) a fact or condition connected with or relevant to an event or action Cite = verb) Refer to (a passage, book, or author) as evidence for or justification of an argument or statement Civil = (adjective) Relating to ordinary citizens and their concerns, as distinct from military or ecclesiastical matters Clarify = (verb) Make (a statement or situation) less confused and more comprehensible Classic = (adjective) Judged over a period of time to be of the highest quality and outstanding of its kind Clause = (noun) a unit of grammatical organization next below the sentence in rank and in traditional grammar Code = noun) a system of words, letters, figures, or symbols used to represent others, especially for the purposes of secrecy Coherent = (adjective) (of an argument, theory, or policy) logical and consistent Coincide = (verb) occur at the same time Collapse = (verb) (of a structure) suddenly fall down or give way

Colleague = (noun) a person with whom one works in a profession or business. Commence = (verb) begin Comment = (noun) a remark expressing an opinion or reaction Commission = noun) an instruction, command, or role given to a person or group Commit = (verb) Perpetrate or carry out (a mistake, crime, or immoral act) Commodity = (noun) a raw material or primary agricultural product that can be bought and sold Communicate = (verb) Share or exchange information, news, or ideas Community = (noun) a group of people living together in one place Compatible = (adjective) (of two things) able to exist or occur together without problems or conflict Compensate = verb) Give (someone) something, typically money, in recognition of loss, suffering, or injury incurred Compile = (verb) Produce (a list or book) by assembling information collected from other sources Complement = (noun) a thing that contributes extra features to something else in such a way as to improve or emphasize its Complex = (adjective) Consisting of many different and connected parts Component = (noun) a part or element of a larger whole, especially a part of a machine or vehicle Compound = (noun) a thing that is composed of two or more separate elements; a mixture Comprehensive = (adjective) Including or dealing with all or nearly all elements or aspects of something Comprise = (verb) Consist of; be made up of Compute = (verb) Reckon or calculate (a figure or amount) Conceive = Form or devise (a plan or idea) in the mind

Concentrate = (verb) Focus all one's attention on a particular object or activity Concept = (noun) an abstract idea Conclude = (verb) Bring or come to an end Concurrent = (adjective) Existing, happening, or done at the same time Conduct = (noun) The manner in which a person behaves, especially in a particular place or situation Confer = (verb) Grant (a title, degree, benefit, or right): Have discussions; exchange opinions Confine = (verb) Keep or restrict someone or something within certain limits of (space, scope, or time) Confirm = (verb) Establish the truth or correctness of (something previously believed or suspected to be the case) Conflict = (noun) a serious disagreement or argument, typically a protracted one Conform = (verb) Comply with rules, standards, or laws Consent = (noun) Permission for something to happen or agreement to do something Consequent = (adjective) Following as a result or effect Considerable = Consist = (verb) Be composed or made up of Constant = (adjective) occurring continuously over a period of time Constitute = (verb) Be (a part) of a whole Constrain = (verb) Compel or force (someone) to follow a particular course of action Construct = (verb) Build or make (something, typically a building, road, or machine) Consult = (verb) Seek information or advice from (someone, especially an expert or professional)

Consume = (verb) Eat, drink, or ingest (food or drink) Contact = (noun) The state of physical touching Contemporary = (adjective) Living or occurring at the same time Context = (noun) The circumstances that form the setting for an event, statement, or idea Contract = (noun) a written or spoken agreement Contradict = (verb) Deny the truth of (a statement) by asserting the opposite Contrary = (adjective) opposite in nature, direction, or meaning Contrast = noun) The state of being strikingly different from something else in juxtaposition or close association Contribute = (verb) Give (something, especially money) in order to help achieve or provide something Controversy = (noun) Prolonged public disagreement or heated discussion Convene = (verb) Come or bring together for a meeting or activity Converse = (verb) Engage in conversation: (noun) Conversation. Convert = (verb) Change the form, character, or function of something Convince = (verb) Cause (someone) to believe firmly in the truth of something Cooperate = (verb) Work jointly towards the same end Coordinate = (verb) Bring the different elements of (a complex activity or organization) into a harmonious or efficient Core = (noun) The tough central part of various fruits, containing the seeds Corporate = (adjective) Relating to a large company or group Correspond = (verb) Have a close similarity Couple = (noun) Two people or things of the same sort considered together

Create = (verb) Bring (something) into existence Credit = (noun) The ability of a customer to obtain goods or services before payment Criteria = (noun) a principle or standard by which something may be judged or decided Crucial = (adjective) Decisive or critical, especially in the success or failure of something Culture = (noun) The arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achievement regarded collectively Currency = (noun) a system of money in general use in a particular country Cycle = (noun) a series of events that are regularly repeated in the same order Data = (noun) Facts and statistics collected together for reference or analysis Debate = (noun) a formal discussion on a particular matter in a public meeting or legislative assembly Decade = (noun) a period of ten years Decline = (verb) Become smaller, fewer, or less Deduce = (verb) arrive at (a fact or a conclusion) by reasoning; draw as a logical conclusion Define = (verb) State or describe exactly the nature, scope, or meaning of Definite = (adjective) Clearly stated or decided Demonstrate = (verb) Clearly show the existence or truth of (something) by giving proof or evidence Denote = (verb) Be a sign of; indicate: Deny = (verb) State that one refuses to admit the truth or existence of: Depress = (verb) Make (someone) feel utterly dispirited or dejected Derive = (verb) obtain something from (a specified source)

Design = (noun) a plan or drawing produced to show the look and function or workings of a building, garment, or other Despite = (preposition) Without being affected by Detect = (verb) Discover or identify the presence or existence of Deviate = (verb) Depart from an established course Device = (noun) a thing made or adapted for a particular purpose, especially a piece of mechanical or electronic equipment Devote = (verb) Give all or most of one's time or resources to (a person or activity) Differentiate = (verb) Recognize or ascertain what makes (someone or something) different Dimension = (noun) a measurable extent of a particular kind, such as length, breadth, depth, or height Diminish = (verb) Make or become less Discrete = (adjective) Individually separate and distinct Discriminate = (verb) Recognize a distinction Displace = (verb) Take over the place, position, or role of Display = (verb) Put (something) in a prominent place in order that it may readily be seen Dispose = (verb) Get rid of by throwing away or giving or selling to someone else Distinct = (adjective) Recognizably different in nature from something else of a similar type Distort = (verb) Pull or twist out of shape disritribute = (verb) Give a share or a unit of (something) to each of a number of recipients Diverse = (adjective) Showing a great deal of variety; very different Document = (noun) a piece of written, printed, or electronic matter that provides information

Domain = (noun) an area of territory owned or controlled by a particular ruler or government Domestic = (adjective) Relating to the running of a home or to family relations Dominate = (verb) Have power and influence over Draft = (noun) a preliminary version of a piece of writing Drama = (noun) a play for theatre, radio, or television Duration = (noun) The time during which something continues Dynamic = (adjective) (of a process or system) characterized by constant change, activity, or progress Economy = (noun) The state of a country or region in terms of the production and consumption of goods Edit = (verb) Prepare (written material) for publication by correcting, condensing, or otherwise modifying it Element = (noun) an essential or characteristic part of something abstract Eliminate = (verb) Completely remove or get rid of (something) Emerge = (verb) Move out of or away from something and become visible Emphasis = (noun) Special importance, value, or prominence given to something Empiricial = (adjective) Based on, concerned with, or verifiable by observation or experience rather than theory or pure logic Enable = (verb) Give (someone) the authority or means to do something Encounter = (verb) Unexpectedly be faced with or experience (something hostile or difficult) Energy = (noun) The strength and vitality required for sustained physical or mental activity Enforce = (verb) Compel observance of or compliance with (a law, rule, or obligation)

Enhance = (verb) Intensify, increase, or further improve the quality, value, or extent of Enormous = (adjective) Very large in size, quantity, or extent Ensure = (verb) Make certain that (something) will occur or be the case: Entity = (noun) a thing with distinct and independent existence Environment = (noun) The surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal, or plant lives or operates Equate = (verb) Consider (one thing) to be the same as or equivalent to another