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analytical
examining the details of something carefully, in order to understand or explain it
appealing
attractive or interesting
bound
certain or extremely likely to happen
broadcaster
someone whose job is to speak on radio or television programmes
caper
an illegal, unusual or entertaining activity
caption
words written under a picture to explain it
catchy
(especially of a tune or song) pleasing and easy to remember
competent
able to do something well
competence
an important skill that is needed to do a job
consultant
someone who advises people about a particular subject
detour
a different, longer route to a place that is used to avoid something or to visit something
economically
using little money, time, etc.
extract
to get the money, information, etc that you want from someone who does not want to give it to you
eye-catching
attractive, interesting, or different enough to be noticed
follow up on sth
to find out more about something, or take further action connected with it
font
a set of letters and symbols that are printed in a particular design and size
grab sb’s attention
to attract someone’s attention
interpreter
someone whose job is to change what someone else is saying into another language
key information
information which is very important
layout
the way that something is arranged
medieval
relating to the period in Europe between about AD 500 and AD 1500
omit
to fail to include or do something
perspective
a particular way of considering something
plains
a large area of flat land
proactive
taking action by causing change and not only reacting to change when it happens
problem-solving skills
the ability to deal with problems
prospectus
a book or magazine which gives information about a school, college, or business for future students or customers
pursue
If you pursue a plan, activity, or situation, you try to do it or achieve it, usually over a long period of time.
reasoned
If an argument is (well) reasoned, it is clear and carefully considered.
sector
one part of a country’s economy
seize
to do something quickly when you have the opportunity
self-reliance
not needing help or support from other people
stand out
to be very easy to see or notice
structured
well organised
sub-head
a word, phrase or sentence which is used to introduce part of a text
symmetrical
having parts that match each other, especially in a way that is attractive, or similarity of shape or contents
synthesise
to mix different ideas, influences or things to make a whole which is different or new
take the initiative
to take the power or opportunity to win an advantage
tinged (with)
containing a slight amount of
transferable skills
skills which can be used in a different job, team, place of work, etc.
undertaking
a difficult or important piece of work, especially one that takes a long time
upper case
If letters are in upper case, they are written as capitals.
well-proportioned
having parts of an appropriate size or shape