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to be fortunate that something is the case=blessed when someone or something is considered to be more important than someone or something else, and therefore comes first or must be dealt with first=take precedence to lower your body close to the ground by bending your knees completely=crouch to gradually reduce something such as someone’s power or confidence=erode an extreme unhealthy interest in something or worry about something, which stops you from thinking about anything else=obsession if ideas, beliefs, emotions etc permeate something, they are present in every part of it=permeate a sudden strong desire to do something without thinking about whether it is a sensible thing to do=impulse the act of making something stronger=reinforcement able to make mistakes or be wrong=fallible ordinary and not interesting or exciting=mundane usually or by habit=habitually to have the strong feeling that you must do something=feel compelled to do sth coming from or relating to facts, situations etc other than the one you are considering=exterior continuing without stopping=incessant a chance to do something or an occasion when it is easy for you to do something=golden opportunity a conventional method, product, practice etc has been used for a long time and is considered the usual type=conventional "personal identification number, a number that you use when you get money from a machine using a plastic card"=pin number to think or guess that something is smaller, cheaper, easier etc than it really is=underestimate make something more complicated than necessary.=overcomplicate organised activity so that the people involved in it work well together and achieve a good result=co-ordinated unfounded statements, feelings, opinions etc are wrong because they are not based on facts=unfounded the way someone behaves, especially in public, in their job etc=code of (business) conduct to hold a particular opinion, but not very strongly=be inclined to an action or remark that shows a lack of good judgment, especially one that is morally unacceptable=indiscretion resisting change and refusing to accept new ideas=diehard having the latest Info or knowledge about something=be up to speed with (sth) to think of new, different, or unusual ways of doing something, especially in business=think ‘outside the box’ an important new plan or process to achieve a particular aim or to solve a particular problem=initiative something that limits your freedom to do what you want=constraint when you work together with another person or group to achieve something, especially in science or art=collaboration to give money to a sports event, theatre, organization etc, often in exchange for the right to advertise=sponsor to make small changes to something in order to repair it or make it work better=tinker to stop something from happening or developing=stifle a rule, problem etc that prevents people from doing something, or limits what they can do=barrier to make it difficult for someone or something to move forward or make progress=impede an influence that makes something happen or makes it happen more quickly=impetus to provide new Info about something, making it easier to understand=cast (new) light on the practice or system of censoring something=censorship a serious argument about something that involves many people and continues for a long time=controversy an opinion about whether a person, group, or idea is good or bad which influences how you deal with it=bias the quality of being objective=objectivity to be familiar with something and accept it as normal=be accustomed to (sth) not allowed by laws or rules, or strongly disapproved of by society=illicit if someone or something is subject to something, especially something bad, it is possible or likely that they will be affected by it=be subject to to cause a reaction or feeling, especially a sudden one=provoke a newspaper printed on large sheets of paper, especially a serious newspaper=broadsheet (newspaper) something you use to express and spread your ideas, opinions etc=act as a vehicle for a change in the genetic structure of an animal or plant that makes it different from others of the same kind=mutation the part of a computer where Info and programs are stored, consisting of hard disks and the electronic equipment that reads what is stored on them=hard drive to start a company, organization, system, etc that is intended to exist or continue for a long time, to found=establish to make an opinion or belief seem more likely to be correct.=lend weight to (sth) the buildings and land that a shop, restaurant, company etc uses=premises not having the ability or skill to do a job properly=incompetent to examine Info, documents etc carefully in order to find something out or decide what is important and what is not=sift through to put several things, problems etc in order of importance, so that you can deal with the most important ones first=prioritise to get rid of people or things that are not very good=weed out not liking changes or new ideas=conservative if a person or a thing is reflected in a mirror, glass, or water, you can see an image of the person or thing on the surface of the mirror, glass, or water=reflect to exist in or affect only a particular place or group=be confined to to become more strict in dealing with a problem and punishing the people involved=crack down on if you retract something that you said or agreed, you say that you did not mean it=retract (a statement, comment) the effects of an action or event, especially bad effects that continue for some time=repercussions a statement that someone has done something wrong or illegal, but that has not been proved=allegation money or a gift that you illegally give someone to persuade them to do something for you=bribe to use all the Info you have about a situation in order to discover the truth about it=piece together the buttons that you press on a computer keyboard to operate the computer=key (on a computer) extremely full of people=be packed (with people) to stop having something because you no longer want it=ditch a reduction in something, such as the number of workers in a company or the amount of money a government or company spends=cutbacks to eagerly accept a new idea, opinion, religion etc=embrace (ideas) a word or expression that is pejorative is used to show disapproval or to insult someone=pejorative people not trained in a particular subject or type of work, especially when they are being compared with someone who is=laypeople the acceptance of something as true=credence the quality of being honest and strong about what you believe to be right=integrity to give something or someone a name that describes them in some way, to change the original spoken language of a film or television programme into another language=dubbed not completely belonging to or accepted by a group of people who share the same job, activities etc=on the fringes in groups of 12. If something is produced by the dozen, large numbers of that thing are being produced=by the dozen incompatible, not fitting well together=incongruent to refuse to do something in spite of other people's efforts to persuade you=dig (one's) heels in used to say that an idea or plan cannot change=fixed in stone a seminal article, book etc is important, and influences the way things develop in the future=seminal a silk cover that young moths and other insects make to protect themselves while they are growing, a place or situation in which you feel comfortable and safe, and are protected from anything unpleasant=cocoon the activities of someone who pretends be a doctor=quackery lively discussion or activity=cut-and-thrust (debate) someone who seems only interested in computers and other technical things - used to show disapproval=nerd put firmly and deeply into something else, or to be put into something in this way=embedded if a plan or action backfires, it has the opposite effect to the one you intended=backfire extremely thorough and complete=exhaustive interested in your own group, country, way of life etc and no others - used to show disapproval=insular material that is permeable allows water, gas etc to pass through it=permeable approval of something, especially from an important person=imprimatur the religious things and people that surround you and influence the way you live and think=cultic milieu to take property away from the person it belongs to because they have not paid their debts=sequestrate (oneself) having a chance of winning something=in contention to give the exact words of something that has been written, especially in order to support an opinion or prove an idea=cite a particular type of art, writing, music etc, which has certain features that all examples of this type share=genre to stop people from worrying about or believing something=lay (sth) to rest not good at doing something=inept emotionally healthy and able to deal well with the problems of life=well-adjusted to be important in making something happen=be instrumental in a job or activity that is lucrative lets you earn a lot of money=lucrative the amount of profit that you get from something=return someone who has a lot of knowledge about many different subjects=polymath a tendency to prefer or be interested one type of thing more than something else=bias
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