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monsoonn: a seasonal wind system that brings heavy rainfall to a region, typically occurring in tropical areas
flashn: a sudden intense burst of radiant energy; a momentary brightness
floodn: a large amount of water flowing beyond its normal limits; an overwhelming number or amount
acceleratev: to make something faster or earlier; to cause to develop or progress more quickly
meltv: to turn from something solid into something soft or liquid as a result of heating
glaciern: a slowly moving mass of ice formed from snow on mountains or near the North Pole or the South Pole
devastatingadj: causing a great deal of destruction or damage
destructiveadj: causing or able to cause tremendous and irreparable damage
all-consumingadj: taking up all of a person’s attention, energy, or resources; having a powerful or overwhelming impact or influence
adjectiven: a word that describes a noun or pronoun
frequentadj: happening constantly
biblen: the sacred writings of the Christian religions, consisting of the Old and New Testaments; a book regarded as authoritative in its field
underwateradv: below or under the surface of the water
stripv: to remove the surface from something; (noun) a sizeable narrow piece of something such as paper, metal, cloth, etc., or area of land, sea, etc.
livelihoodn: a means of earning money people need to pay for food, a place to live, clothing, etc.
survivev: to live or exist despite a dangerous event or period
malarian: a severe disease caused by a parasite that is spread by the bite of an infected mosquito
denguen: a viral disease transmitted by mosquitoes, characterized by fever, severe joint and muscle pain, and a rash
diarrhean: a common digestive disorder with the frequent passage of loose, watery stools that can be caused by various factors such as infections, food poisoning, and certain medications
cropn: a plant that is cultivated in large amounts, particularly for food
waterlogv: to saturate with water or become saturated with water; to cause something to be waterlogged or submerged in water
imperilv: to put something or someone in danger or at risk; to threaten the safety or well-being of something or someone
wheatn: a cereal plant that is the most important kind grown in temperate countries, the grain of which is ground to make flour for bread, pasta, pastry, etc
shockn: a strong feeling or physical reaction to a sudden and unexpected event or experience, especially something unpleasant
insecureadj: not firm or firmly fixed; likely to fail or give way, or not assured of safety
faminen: a severe shortage of food, often caused by drought, war, or economic reasons
climaten: the weather in a particular location averaged over some long period
migrationn: the movement of animals to a new location, frequently as the seasons change
conflictn: a strong disagreement, argument, or a violent clash between two opposing groups or individuals
emergencyn: a sudden unforeseen crisis usually involving danger that requires immediate action
reliefn: a feeling of happiness and relaxation that comes when something burdensome is removed or reduced
crisisn: a time of great disagreement, confusion, or danger when problems must be resolved or critical decisions must be taken
devastationn: the act of causing great destruction or damage, often on a large scale
apparentadj: able to see or understand easily or clearly
injusticen: a violation of the rights of others or the laws of a society
mountv: to increase, go up, or advance gradually or continuously; to prepare and supply with the necessary equipment for execution or performance; to ride on something or someone
emitv: to give off or send out something such as light, heat, sound, gas, etc.
greenhousen: a building with walls and roof made chiefly of transparent material, such as glass, for growing plants in
consistentadj: always behaving or happening in the same way, or having the same thoughts, standards, etc.
vulnerableadj: capable of being hurt or influenced physically or mentally
disastern: an unexpected event or series of events that cause widespread damage, destruction, or loss of life
horrifyv: to shock or disgust greatly
compensatev: to make up for a loss, injury, or inconvenience by giving something of value
catastrophicadj: extremely harmful; causing physical or financial destruction
industrialadj: of or relating to or resulting from industry
revolutionn: a large-scale attempt to overthrow the government of a country, often using violence or war;
wealthn: a large amount of money, property, or other things that someone or an organization owns
nationn: a large organized community of people living in a particular country or region and having a particular culture
economicaladj: providing a satisfactory return on the money, time, or effort; not using more money, fuel, etc. than necessary
responsibleadj: answerable or accountable for something within one’s power, control, or management
emissionn: the act of production or sending out gas, heat, light, etc.
logicn: a way of thinking or reasoning conducted or evaluated by strict validity principles; the study of correct reasoning or good arguments
industrializev: to organize the production of something into an industry
profitn: money that is earned in business or by selling things after deducting the costs involved
fossiln: any preserved remains, impression, or trace of any once-living thing that has become hard and turned into rock
fueln: a substance that is typically burned to generate heat or energy
strikev: to wallop somebody or something with the hand, fist, or weapon; to have an emotional or cognitive impact upon
controversialadj: causing a lot of hot public discussion and dispute
mobilizev: to make something ready for action or use; to organize people or resources for a particular purpose
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
emergingadj: starting to exist, mature, or become well-known
reparationn: the act of repairing or making amends for damage, harm, or injury caused to someone or something
charityn: an organization that helps people in need, especially by providing food, shelter, or money; a kindly and sympathetic attitude toward people
pollutedadj: contaminated with harmful or poisonous substances
marginaladj: of, relating to, or situated at the edge or outer limit; of secondary or minor importance; barely satisfactory or effective
creditorn: a person, company, etc. to whom a debtor owes money
complicatedadj: involving a lot of different things or parts in a way that is difficult to understand or analyze
damn: a wall constructed over a river to block the flow of water, mainly used to generate energy
subscribev: to agree to receive or support something, often through payment or regular participation; to sign up for or enroll in something, such as a publication, service, or program
argumentn: a set of statements or reasons used to support or refute a proposition or theory; a verbal or physical fight or dispute
pollutantn: a substance or agent that pollutes or contaminates the environment, typically through release into the air, water, or soil
infrastructuren: the basic systems, services, or features that are necessary for an organization or country, such as transport and power supplies
spurn: a thing that encourages someone to do something; any sharply pointed projection; (verb) to incite or stimulate someone or something
envisionv: to imagine or expect what a situation will be like in the future
curtailv: to reduce or restrict something; to shorten or truncate; to cut short or bring to an abrupt end
slowdownn: a reduction or decrease in the rate or pace of something; a delay or interruption in progress
compellingadj: arousing strong and irresistible interest, attention, or admiration
sanctionn: official permission or approval for an action, especially an economic or political action by a government or international organization
engagev: to attract and keep someone’s attention and interest; to participate in or obtain services of something
diplomacyn: the art and practice of conducting negotiations between nations, organizations, or people; the fine art of dealing with people in a sensitive and effective way
reconcilev: to find a way of dealing with two or more ideas, needs, etc. that are opposed to each other to agree and coexist
governmentn: the group of people with authority to control a country or state
departv: to go away or leave, especially to start a journey
coaln: a combustible black or brownish-black sedimentary rock that is found below the ground and burnt to produce heat
pursuev: to do something or attempt to attain something over time; to follow or seek someone or something, especially in trying to catch them
visionn: the ability to think about or see the future with imagination and intelligence; the faculty of being able to see
leapfrogn: a children’s game in which players take turns jumping over each other’s stooped backs
sustainableadj: able to continue or be continued for a long time
expresswayn: a high-speed divided highway designed for fast traffic, typically with limited access points and no intersections
eliteadj: belonging to the wealthiest, most potent, best-educated, or best-trained group in a society
dotn: a very small circular mark, especially one that is printed
droughtn: a long period of time during which there is very little or no rain, leading to a shortage of water and often causing damage to crops and other vegetation
calamityn: a serious event that causes damage, injury, or loss
consequencen: the outcome of a particular action or event, especially relative to an individual
governv: to legally control and direct a country, city, group of people, etc. and be responsible for introducing new laws, organizing and maintaining public services
inadequateadj: not sufficient or enough
corruptionn: dishonest, harmful, or illegal behavior, especially of people in positions of power
acknowledgev: to accept or admit the existence, reality, or truth of something; to accept that someone or something has a particular authority or quality; to express obligation, thanks, or gratitude for someone’s help, commitment, etc.;
absolutelyadv: without restriction or limitation; completely or utterly
transitionn: the process or period of changing from one state or circumstance to another
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
adoptv: to choose to follow something; to legally take a child from another family and care for them as if they were one’s own
expansiveadj: large or wide in extent or scope; friendly and open and willing to talk
definitionn: a concise explanation of the meaning of a word, phrase, or symbol
adaptationn: the action or process of changing to suit different conditions
tacklev: to try to deal with a complex problem or situation
drownv: to die or cause to die by being unable to breathe underwater
desperateadj: feeling or showing a lack of hope and a willingness to do anything because of the problematic situation
recognitionn: the action or process of recognizing or being recognized, especially by remembering; an agreement that something is true or legal
adaptv: to make fit for or change to suit a new purpose or environment
mitigatev: to make less severe or less intense; to alleviate or lessen the adverse effects of something
resilientadj: able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions
introductoryadj: intended as an introduction or preliminary; serving as a base or starting point
declarationn: a formal or explicit statement or announcement
headlinen: a heading at the top of a newspaper or magazine story or page
cyclen: an interval during which a recurring sequence of events occurs; a bicycle or motorcycle
domesticadj: relating to or inside a particular country, not foreign or international
militantn: willing to use force or violence to achieve a political or social goal
unfortunatelyadv: by bad luck; unluckily
recedev: to pull back or move away or backward
aidn: things sent to help countries in need, notably food or money; support
rehabilitatev: to restore to good health or physical condition; to help someone return to a normal life, especially after a period of illness, addiction, or imprisonment
reconstructionn: the process of rebuilding or repairing something that has been damaged or destroyed or of restoring something to its original condition
phasen: any stage in a series of events, change, or development
launchv: to send or propel something into the air or space using a device such as a rocket, missile, or spacecraft; to make something available or on sale for the first time
appealn: a serious, earnest, or urgent request for money, information, or help; a quality that makes somebody or something attractive or interest
deterv: to discourage or prevent someone from doing something
absoluteadj: perfect or complete or to the most considerable degree possible
conversationn: an informal talk between two or more people to exchange their views, ideas, information, etc.
structuren: the way of construction of something and the arrangement of its parts, or a complex thing constructed of many parts
bumpv: to hit or knock against something hard, often with a dull sound; to meet with by accident
electrifyv: to make a machine or system work by using electricity; to make someone extremely enthusiastic about or interested in something
pylonn: a tall, vertical structure used to support cables or wires, typically made of metal or concrete
advertisev: to draw attention to something such as a product, service, or event in public to encourage people to buy, use, or attend it
symboln: something visible that is used to represent something else
submergev: to put something under water or to go under water; to bury or hide something deeply or completely

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