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opportuneadj: suitable or happening at a time that is suitable or convenient for a particular purpose
coronavirusn: a large family of viruses that can cause illness in humans and animals, which name comes from the crown-like spikes on the surface of the virus, which can be seen under a microscope, and COVID-19 is caused by a specific type of coronavirus known as SARS-CoV-2
spotlightn: a beam of light used to illuminate a particular area or person
deficitn: the total amount by which money spent is greater than money earned in a particular period of time; the property of being an amount by which something, especially an amount of money, is less than expected or required
economyn: the system by which a country or region produces manages, and distributes goods and services, including the money and finances involved in these activities; (of an airline) the lowest-priced, most basic option for seating in commercial travel
employv: to give somebody a job and pay them for it; to make use of
inequalityn: the unfairness of a society in which some people have more opportunity, money, etc. than others; (mathematics) relation between two values when they are different
governmentn: the group of people with authority to control a country or state
extraordinaryadj: exceptional, unexpected, very unusual; surpassing the ordinary or usual
expandv: to increase or to make something greater in size, number, or importance
afloatadj: floating or staying on the surface of a liquid or body of water; having enough money or resources to stay out of debt or financial trouble
temporarilyadv: for a limited time only or not permanently
debtn: something, especially money, goods, or services owed by one person to another; the state of owing something
reliefn: a feeling of happiness and relaxation that comes when something burdensome is removed or reduced
prolongv: to extend the duration or length of something, particularly a period of time or an event
excitingadj: causing a lot of interest or excitement
economicaladj: providing a satisfactory return on the money, time, or effort; not using more money, fuel, etc. than necessary
nationn: a large organized community of people living in a particular country or region and having a particular culture
affordv: to have enough money or time to be able to buy or do something
investv: to put money, effort, time, etc. into something to make a profit or achieve a result
trillionn: the number 1,000,000,000,000; a million million
pandemicn: an outbreak of a disease that affects many people over a very wide area
moldn: a hollow container used to give shape to liquid or soft substance, which then becomes solid in the same shape as the container; a soft, green, or gray growth that forms on stale food or objects exposed to warm, moist air for too long
boldadj: brave, daring, and confident; not frightened of danger or afraid to say what you feel or to take risks
slidev: to move or cause to move smoothly along a surface without interruption
affordableadj: not expensive and able to pay
crumblev: to break or fall apart into small pieces or fragments, especially due to age, decay, or lack of support
infrastructuren: the basic systems, services, or features that are necessary for an organization or country, such as transport and power supplies
dentaladj: of or relating to teeth
visionn: the ability to think about or see the future with imagination and intelligence; the faculty of being able to see
tacklev: to try to deal with a complex problem or situation
climaten: the weather in a particular location averaged over some long period
crisisn: a time of great disagreement, confusion, or danger when problems must be resolved or critical decisions must be taken
congressn: a formal meeting of the representatives of different countries, constituent states, organizations, trade unions, political parties, or other groups
debaten: a formal discussion or argument of opposing viewpoints, often to persuade others to adopt a specific position; a public discussion, often on an issue of current interest, in which participants offer opinions and differing perspectives
involvev: to include or affect someone or something as a necessary part of something else
financingn: the process of providing funds for running a business, activity, or project; the money for a business, activity, or project
equipv: to provide a person or a place with the things that are needed for a particular purpose or activity
contributev: to give something, especially money or goods, to provide or achieve something together with other people
academicadj: associated with schools, colleges, and universities, especially studying and thinking, not with practical skills
scholarshipn: a grant or payment made to support a student’s education usually awarded based on academic or other achievements
modernadj: of or belonging to the present time or recent times
monetaryadj: of or relating to the money in the country
accurateadj: correct and exact in all details
fiatn: a formal authorization or order, typically given by a government, institution, or other authority figures; a decree or edict
currencyn: a system of money in general use in a particular country
poundn: the standard unit of money in the UK; the standard unit of weight equal to 16 ounces
permeatev: to spread throughout; to pass through or penetrate every part of something
discoursen: any form of communication in speech or writing
primeadj: main or most important; basic
ministern: a person appointed to or a job of a head of a government department
thatchn: a material, such as straw or reeds, used to cover the roofs of houses or other buildings
taxpayern: a person who pays taxes to the government
contemporaryadj: belonging to the same or present time
dictumn: a formal pronouncement or authoritative statement; a saying or maxim that is considered to be true or wise
magicn: beliefs and actions employed to influence supernatural beings and forces; any art or performance that invokes supernatural powers
ultimateadj: furthest or highest in degree or order
hookn: a curved device used for suspending, holding, or pulling something, especially one attached to a surface for hanging things on; a sharp curve or crook
individualn: a single person or thing, as distinct from a group
saddlen: a seat for a rider on the back of a horse or other animal; (verb) to burden someone with responsibility or task
corporationn: a large company or group of companies that are controlled together by law as a single unit
fundamentaladj: forming an essential base or core from which everything else develops or is affected
balancen: a condition in which everything has the same weight or force; something left after other parts have been taken away
militaryadj: relating to or characteristic of members of the armed forces; of or relating to war or warfare
arsenaln: a collection of weapons or military equipment stored in preparation for war or conflict; a collection of resources or tools available for use in a particular field or endeavor
presidentn: the leader of a republic, for example, the US; the person in charge of the organization such as a company, university, club, etc.
federaladj: relating to a central government or national authority; refers to government policies, laws, or programs that are implemented at a national level rather than a state or local level
reservev: to keep something for future use or contingency; to obtain or arrange something, such as a meeting, seat, etc., in advance
electronn: a tiny particle with the negative electrical charge
payrolln: a list of a company’s employees and their salaries or wages; the total amount of money paid by a company to its employees regularly
expensen: the money, time, or effort incurred or required for something
mintn: a place where coins, paper money, or medals are produced under government authority; any north temperate plant of the genus Mentha with aromatic leaves and small mauve flowers
digitaladj: processing or storing information as a succession of 1 and 0 to show that a signal is present or missing; relating to the use of computer technology, especially the internet
processn: a series of actions or operations performed to achieve a particular outcome or goal; a systematic procedure or approach used to accomplish a specific task or objective; a method of treating milk to make it suitable for consumption or use in other dairy products
keyboardn: device consisting of a set of keys on a piano, typewriter, computer, etc., that you press to make it work
lawmakern: a politician or legislator who is responsible for making and changing laws
pay-for-performanceadj: of or relating to a compensation system in which an individual’s pay or bonuses are based on their performance or success at achieving certain goals or metrics rather than a fixed salary or hourly wage
unfortunatelyadv: by bad luck; unluckily
rapn: a type of music characterized by a strong, repetitive beat and lyrics that often focus on social and political issues; a reproach for some lapse or misdeed
negativeadj: having the quality of something bad or harmful; expressing refusal
deficiencyn: the state of lack, or not having enough of, something that is essential
shortfalln: the amount by which something falls short of its target or goal; a deficit or shortage in quantity, quality, or standards
ominousadj: giving the impression that something bad is going to happen; foreboding
surplusn: an amount of something more than what is needed or required; excess or extra supply
perspectiven: a confident attitude toward something; a particular style of thinking about something
hawkn: a bird of prey typically having short rounded wings and a long tail; an advocate of an aggressive policy on foreign relations
ledgern: a book or computer program used to keep track of financial transactions; a collection of records or accounts kept in such a book or program
contributionn: the act of giving something, especially money, to a particular cause or organization; a voluntary gift as of money or service or ideas made to some worthwhile cause
accomplishv: to finish or achieve something successfully
windfalln: an unexpected benefit or advantage, especially a large profit or gain
sparkv: to start something or make it grow, especially suddenly; to emit a tiny piece of fire or electricity
recessionn: a period of economic decline, typically lasting for six months or more, during which trade and industrial activity decrease, and unemployment increases
fiscaladj: relating to government revenue and expenditures; relating to financial matters
responsibleadj: answerable or accountable for something within one’s power, control, or management
financen: the management of money, credit, banking, and investments, especially by a government or commercial organization; the branch of economics that studies the management of money and other assets
inflationn: a general and progressive increase in prices; (cosmology) a theory of the exponential expansion of space in the early universe; the act of filling something with air
railn: a long, thin piece of metal or wood that is used to make fences or as a support for something; (verb) to complain bitterly
concreteadj: existing in a physical or material form rather than an abstract one; based on facts rather than ideas or guesses; made of or covered with cement
steeln: a strong metal alloy made up of iron with typically a few tenths of a percent of carbon used for making things that need a strong structure
lumbern: wood that has been sawn or cut into planks, boards, or other structural shapes for use in construction; the act of moving heavily or clumsily
constructv: to build or create something; to assemble or combine different parts to form something whole
architectn: a person whose job is to design plans to be used in making something, such as buildings
engineern: a person whose job is designing, building, or maintaining something such as machines, structures, or software
paneln: a square or rectangular and flat piece of something that forms a distinct section or component of something; a small group of specialists who discuss particular topics or give their advice or opinion about something
dentistn: a person who is qualified and licensed to treat people’s teeth
optometristn: a healthcare professional who specializes in the examination, diagnosis, and treatment of vision and eye-related disorders and who may prescribe and fit corrective lenses or other optical aids
audiologyn: the study of hearing and hearing disorders, including the diagnosis and rehabilitation of hearing loss and communication difficulties
facultyn: an inborn or natural ability to hear, see, think, move, etc.; a department or group of the university concerned with a major division of knowledge
dormitoryn: a large room or building that provides sleeping quarters for multiple people, typically students or workers, often in separate beds or cubicles
spareadj: additional to what is necessary for ordinary use; (verb) to give time, money, space, etc. to someone
suddenlyadv: quickly and unexpectedly
discoveryn: the act or process of finding information, a place, or an object, or learning about something that was previously not known
competev: to strive to achieve more success than someone or something
sectorn: a distinct part or division of something often used to refer to a segment of an economy or industry; an area or field of work or activity
wagen: a particular amount of money that somebody earns, usually every week or every month, for work or services
irresponsibleadj: not showing a proper sense of responsibility; not reliable
aimv: to try or plan to get or achieve something
assemblev: to collect in one place as a single group
fragileadj: delicate or easily broken or damaged
anewadv: in a new or different way
bountifuladj: abundant or plentiful, often used to describe a source of food, wealth, or other resources
planetn: any of the nine large celestial bodies that circle in the solar system; any celestial body that revolves around a star

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