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achieve
to succeed in doing or having what you planned or intended, usually after a lot of effort
complete
to finish something
produce
to make or grow something, especially in large quantities and in order to be sold
carry out
to do a particular piece of work, research etc
activity
things that people do
work
to spend time trying to achieve something, especially when this involves using a lot of effort
task
something that you have to do, often something that is difficult or unpleasant
agree
have the same opinion
accept
answer affirmatively
avoid
to try to prevent something from happening
prevent
to stop something from happening
assure
to tell someone that something will definitely happen or is definitely true, especially in order to remove doubt about it
ensure
to make certain that something happens or is done
benefit
an advantage you get from a situation
profit
money that you make by selling something or from your business
country
an area of land that has its own government and official borders
region
a large area of land whose politics, geography, or culture is different from other areas
overload
to give someone too much work to do
busy
having a lot of things to do
collaboration
the process of working with someone to produce something
cooperation
a situation in which people or organizations work together to achieve a result that will benefit all of them
deviation
a difference in the usual or expected way of doing something
diversion
something that is intended to take someone’s attention away from something that you do not want them to concentrate on or notice
domain
a particular area of activity or life
field
an area of land covered in grass and used for sport
area
a particular subject, type of activity etc
efficient
something or someone that works in a quick and organised way
effective
something that gives you the results you want
evolution
the way in which something gradually changes and develops
progress
the process of developing or improving
gain
to get or achieve something, usually as a result of a lot of effort
earn
to receive money for work that you do
win
to defeat everyone else by being the best or by finishing first in a competition
important
something that has a major effect on someone or something
significant
very large or noticeable
serious
bad or dangerous enough to make you worried
imply
to involve as a necessary circumstance
involve
to include something as a necessary part of an activity, event, or situation
join
to become a member of an organization, club etc
reach
to arrive somewhere
get hold of
to manage to talk to someone
large
bigger than usual in size
wide
measuring a large distance from one side to the other
last
happening or coming at the end after all the others
latest
most recent, or newest
conference
a large meeting, often lasting a few days, where people who are interested in a particular subject come together to discuss ideas
seminar
a meeting at which a group of people discuss a subject
let
to allow something to happen
leave
to go away from a place
loose
to stop having something because it has been taken from you or destroyed
waste
a situation in which time, money, or energy is used without bringing any useful result
reason
a fact, situation, or intention that explains why something happened, why someone did something, or why something is true
motive
the reason that you do something
notice
to become conscious of someone or something by seeing, hearing, or feeling them
note
to write something down so that you will have a record of it
remark
a few words that give the facts or your opinion about someone or something
offer
to let someone know that you will give them something if they want it
give
to put something in someone’s hand, or to pass something to someone
opposite
across from or on the other side of someone or something
in front of
in a position where you can see it if you look forwards
place
an area, or a position
space
an empty or available area
play
to take part in a sport or game
practise
to repeat an activity regularly so that you become better at it
politics
the ideas and activities involved in getting power in a country or over a particular area of the world
policy
a set of plans or actions agreed on by a government, political party, business, or other group
present
to give something to someone formally or officially
expose
to allow something that is usually covered or hidden to be seen
proposition
a statement that people can examine in order to decide whether it is true
proposal
a plan or suggestion, especially a formal one that a group has to consider
publicity
attention in magazines, newspapers, or television
advertising
the business of making advertisements
recuperate
to get better after being ill or injured
salvage
to save property or possessions from a building that has been damaged or destroyed in a fire, flood etc
remind
to tell someone again about an event from the past or about a fact that they used to know
remember
to have an image in your mind of a person, a place, or something that happened or was said in the past
security
prevention of malicious activities by people (mugging, burglary, robbery, terrorist activities, etc.).
safety
The prevention of accidents (accidents which may or may not involve human agents, but are in any case not intentional).
spare time
having available time
save time
to avoid using time
spend time
to talk about the time you do an activity
pass time
doing something to make the time pass faster while you are waiting for something else
stranger
someone who you do not know
foreigner
someone who comes from another country
supply
an amount or quantity of something that is available to use
furniture
the chairs, tables, beds, cupboards etc that you put in a room or house so that you can live in it
surface
the top layer or outside part of something
area
a place on the surface of something such as a part of your body
travel
to go on a journey or visit different places, especially places that are far away from where you live or work
trip
an occasion when you go somewhere and come back again
wait for
to stay in one place because you expect or hope that something will happen
expect
to think that something will happen
look forward to
to feel happy and excited about something that is going to happen
wish
to want something to happen although it is unlikely
be willing to
agree freely to do something