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industriousadj: hardworking, diligent, and persistent in effort
agriculturen: the practice or science of cultivating the land or raising stock
constructv: to build or create something; to assemble or combine different parts to form something whole
garmentn: a piece of clothing, such as a dress, coat, or shirt
poultryn: domesticated birds kept by humans for their eggs, meat, or feathers
nursen: a healthcare professional who is trained to provide care for the sick or injured; (verb) to try to cure by special care or treatment of an illness or injury
laborn: productive work, especially physical work done for wages; the people who do manual or physical work in a country or company for wage; (verb) to work hard or to strive and make an effort to reach a goal
independencen: freedom from another’s or others’ control or influence
contractorn: a person or company that enters into a contract to provide materials or labor to perform a specific task or service
wagen: a particular amount of money that somebody earns, usually every week or every month, for work or services
theftn: the act of taking anything from someone or somewhere unlawfully; stealing
individualn: a single person or thing, as distinct from a group
withholdv: to not give or grant something due, expected, or requested
overtimen: time worked beyond the regular or agreed-upon hours of work, often resulting in additional pay or compensation for the employee
tipn: the top or extreme point of something slender or tapering, usually a mountain or hill; a piece of advice about something practical; a small amount of money given for services
classifyv: to categorize or group something according to a system or set of criteria; to assign something to a particular class or category based on its characteristics or properties
employeen: a person who is hired to work for a business or organization in exchange for wages or salary; a worker
outrightadj: completely; completely and without reservation; without any attempt at concealment
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
policyn: a set of rules, guidelines, principles, or procedures that govern decision-making or action, often used in the context of business or government; a course of action or plan of action adopted or followed by an organization or individual to achieve a goal or objective
instituten: an organization that has a specific purpose, particularly one dealing with science, education, or a particular profession; (verb) to initiate, introduce, or establish something
estimatev: to guess or calculate the cost, size, value, etc. of something
robberyn: the taking of property or money from a person, business, or institution by force, threat, or intimidation; a crime that involves theft or stealing
burglarn: a person who unlawfully enters a building or other property to steal or commit another crime
combinev: to join or merge to form a single thing or group
communaladj: belonging to or used by a group rather than individuals; for common use
broadadj: very wide; general
rewardn: a thing given in acknowledgment of service, hard work, achievement, etc.
cheatv: to act dishonestly or unfairly to gain an advantage or to deceive someone; to break the rules or laws
underminev: to make someone or something less powerful, less effective, weaker gradually; to make someone’s fame, confidence, or authority less effective or weaker gradually
competitionn: a situation in which someone is attempting to beat or outperform another
vulnerableadj: capable of being hurt or influenced physically or mentally
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
laborern: a person who works hard physically, typically doing unskilled or manual labor; a worker or employee who performs physically demanding tasks
immigrantn: a person who has come to a country where they were not born to live there permanently
improvev: to make or become better
typicaladj: having the usual characteristics or traits of a specific group of things
hirev: to give somebody a job
screechv: to make a loud, high-pitched, piercing sound, often indicating pain or fear
haltv: to bring or come to a stop; to force to stop moving or operating
employern: a person or organization that pays workers to work for them
yellv: to shout in a sudden and loud way
negotiatev: to have formal discussions with someone to reach an agreement
frequentadj: happening constantly
proficiencyn: expertise or ability in a particular area or skill; skillfulness or adeptness in performing tasks or duties
pacen: the speed at which someone or something moves, or the rate at which something happens or changes
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
unstableadj: lacking solidity, persistence, or firmness and therefore not strong, safe, or likely to continue; lacking control of one’s emotions
immigrationn: the act or process of coming to live permanently in a foreign country
regulatev: to control something, especially by means of rules or laws
exploitationn: the process of making some area of land or water more profitable or productive or useful
harassmentn: the act of repeatedly annoying, tormenting, or persecuting someone in a way that is threatening or unwelcome, often relating to issues of race, gender, or other identities
victimn: a person who has been harmed, injured, or otherwise negatively affected by a particular action, circumstance, or event
graduaten: a person who has a first degree from university or college; (verb) to complete the first course of university or college and get a degree
conductv: to organize and carry out a particular activity
surveyn: an investigation of the opinions, behavior, etc. of a particular group of people, made by asking people questions
demonstratev: to display something or give an exhibition to an interested audience
recruitv: to persuade someone to work for a company; to find new members for an organization, the armed forces, etc.
strandedadj: left in a difficult or helpless position without access to help or resources; unable to move or proceed
insistv: to say something clearly or demand something forcefully, especially when other people disagree with or oppose what you say
relentv: to soften or become less severe, particularly in response to pressure or persuasion; to abandon a harsh or demanding attitude or stance
stickv: to put something, usually a sharp object, into something; to restrict yourself to doing or using one certain thing and not change; (noun) a thin piece of wood or other material
bouncev: to cause to move up or away after hitting a surface; to spring back
feen: a sum of money charged for a particular service
unpaidadj: not yet paid; without payment
strandn: a very thin natural or synthetic thread, wire, hair, etc.; (verb) to leave or drive a vessel, fish, etc., aground or ashore
claimv: to assert that something is true; to demand or request something as one’s own; to lay legal or moral right to something; (noun) a demand or assertion of a right or something that one believes to be true
insufficientadj: not enough for a particular purpose
accidentn: an unfortunate event, especially one causing damage or injury
intentionaladj: done, made or performed with purpose and intent
expensen: the money, time, or effort incurred or required for something
uniqueadj: being the only one of its kind; unlike anything else
confrontv: to face, meet or deal with a problem or difficult situation or person
threatenv: to utter intentions of injury or punishment against someone
vagueadj: not clearly expressed or understood
complainv: to say dissatisfaction or annoyance about something or somebody
illegaladj: not allowed by law
retaliationn: the act of seeking vengeance or revenge in response to a perceived wrong or harm suffered, usually to cause harm to the person or group responsible for the initial act
regardlessadv: not paying attention or considering something or someone even if the situation is bad or there are difficulties
perverseadj: showing a deliberate and stubborn desire to go against what is expected or desired; contrary; willfully disobedient or immoral
incentiven: something, such as a punishment, reward, etc., that encourages a person to do something
enforcementn: the act of ensuring that rules, regulations, or laws are obeyed or implemented; the act of applying force or pressure to compel compliance with rules or laws
underresourcedadj: lacking sufficient resources, especially financial or material support, to carry out a particular task, project, or mission
largelyadv: virtually entirely; to a large degree
pursuev: to do something or attempt to attain something over time; to follow or seek someone or something, especially in trying to catch them
steepadj: having a sharp inclination or slope
opportuneadj: suitable or happening at a time that is suitable or convenient for a particular purpose
chasev: to pursue something or someone to catch or capture them; to go after something vigorously or with determination; (noun) a pursuit or a hunt; a narrow groove or channel cut into a surface, often used for decorative purposes
upgradev: to improve the value or usefulness of something such as a machine, computer system, etc., or to replace it with something newer or of a higher standard
undercutv: to sell goods or services at a lower price than a competitor; to cut away the underpart of something
warnv: to make someone aware of potential danger or difficulty, particularly one that may occur in the future
reputationn: the general opinion that people have about someone or something, especially when this is based on their previous experiences or behaviors
blacklistn: a list of names or entities that are seen as undesirables or perceived as a threat, often compiled by a government or organization and used to restrict access or opportunities
mistn: a cloud of very small drops of water collecting in the air just above the ground or water
strategyn: a detailed plan of action designed to achieve a long-term or overall goal.
chequen: (UK form of check) a written order directing a bank to pay money
recognizev: to acknowledge or realize something or someone; to identify, remember, or become aware of something that was previously known or encountered
relativeadj: considered and evaluated through comparison with something else
guaranteev: to promise something will happen formally, especially that certain conditions about a product, service, or transaction would be met
recoverv: to return to a former condition, health, mind, or strength
additionn: the act or process of adding something to something else; the process of adding numbers
collaboratev: to work with someone else to produce or achieve something
proneadj: inclined or likely to do something or to show a particular characteristic, especially something bad; lying face downward
childcaren: a service involving care for other people’s children
internv: to put someone in prison, especially for political or military reasons; (noun) a student or trainee who works, sometimes for free, to get work experience or to fulfill qualification criteria
sufferv: to experience pain, distress, or hardship; to undergo or endure something painful or unpleasant
freelanceadj: doing particular pieces of work for different organizations rather than being employed by one specific organization
contractn: a legally binding agreement between two or more parties, setting out their rights and obligations to each other, typically in writing and enforceable by law
contingentadj: possible but not certain to occur; (noun) a group of people or things that are present or available to do something if it is needed
resurgencen: the return or growth of something after a period of decline or disappearance
increasinglyadv: more and more
flexibilityn: the quality of changing or being changed easily according to new conditions or situations
competitivenessn: the quality or characteristic of being competitive, or the ability or inclination to compete; the degree or extent to which someone or something is competitive in nature or behavior
insecureadj: not firm or firmly fixed; likely to fail or give way, or not assured of safety
responsibleadj: answerable or accountable for something within one’s power, control, or management
primeadj: main or most important; basic
violationn: an action that breaches a law, rule, or agreement; an infringement of rights or duties
humiliatev: to cause someone to feel ashamed, embarrassed, or degraded, especially in public or through revealing personal information
traditionn: a belief, custom, or way of doing something that has been passed down from generation to generation within a group or society
definitionn: a concise explanation of the meaning of a word, phrase, or symbol
relationn: the way two persons or groups of people feel and act toward one another
arrangementn: a plan or preparation for the future event; the action or process of placing things in a particular order
carvev: to create something by cutting wood or stone; to turn sharply
profitn: money that is earned in business or by selling things after deducting the costs involved
criticn: someone who expresses opinions about the quality of books, music, etc.
evolvev: to develop gradually, or to cause the development of something or someone gradually
rethinkv: to consider again a plan, idea, etc., especially to change it
employv: to give somebody a job and pay them for it; to make use of
remodelv: to change the structure or form of something
ingredientn: one of the things used to make something, especially one of the foods used to make a particular dish
attunev: to make receptive or aware; to bring into harmony or alignment
developv: to grow or expand; to improve or refine through a process of progress and refinement, often to achieve greater sophistication or complexity; to elaborate or add detail to something that is in the process of being created
progressionn: the act or process of changing to the next stage or phase or moving forward
transformv: to change in outward structure or looks;

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