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corruptionn: dishonest, harmful, or illegal behavior, especially of people in positions of power
definev: to state or explain precisely the nature, scope, or meaning of something
abusen: the use of something in an incorrect or harmful manner
contextn: the circumstances, facts, or conditions that surround a particular event, situation, or statement and that give it meaning
financiern: a person or organization that deals with or manages large sums of money, particularly for investment or financial trading purposes
couragen: the ability to face danger, difficulty, uncertainty, or pain without being overcome by fear or despair; the quality of being brave or courageous
mythn: an ancient story or set of stories accepted as history, especially explaining the worldview of a people
discussv: to talk about or examine in detail through conversation or debate; to exchange ideas, opinions, or information on a particular topic
commissionern: an official member of a government department or another organization who is responsible for controlling something or performing specific duties
ministern: a person appointed to or a job of a head of a government department
nationn: a large organized community of people living in a particular country or region and having a particular culture
securityn: the state of being free from danger, risk, or harm; measures taken to protect against threats or attacks; a financial asset, such as a stock or bond that derives value exclusively from the ownership interest or claim to a particular underlying asset or obligation
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
involvev: to include or affect someone or something as a necessary part of something else
lootv: steal goods from a place or person, typically during a war or riot; (noun) steal goods from a place or person, typically using force, especially in times of war or civil disorder
taxpayern: a person who pays taxes to the government
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
massiveadj: enormous amount; very heavy and solid
governmentn: the group of people with authority to control a country or state
bribev: to try to make someone do something to gain one’s favors or influence by giving a gift of money or other inducements
backhandn: (in sports such as tennis and squash) a stroke or shot made with the back of the hand facing forward is used to hit the ball on the non-dominant side of the body
participatev: to take part in something
destroyv: to ruin or damage severely or completely; to eradicate or eliminate completely
dismantlev: to take apart or demolish (a structure, machine, system, or the like); to strip off fittings or equipment
ridiculen: speech or behavior that makes fun of or mocks someone or something; teasing, sarcasm, or scornful remarks that are intended to belittle or humiliate; (verb) to mock, criticize, or make fun of someone or something in a scornful or derisive way
demonstratev: to display something or give an exhibition to an interested audience
mischiefn: playful, minor actions or behavior intended to cause harm, trouble, or annoyance; mischievous behavior that is not intended to cause harm or damage
wealthn: a large amount of money, property, or other things that someone or an organization owns
petroln: a flammable liquid made from petroleum that is used as a fuel in internal combustion engines, commonly known as gasoline in North America
treasuryn: the government department in charge of managing public funds; the funds of a government or institution or individual
ironicadj: using words to express something different from and often opposite to their literal or usual meaning, often for humorous or rhetorical effect
ironyn: the expression of one’s meaning by using language that usually signifies the opposite, typically for humorous or rhetorical effect
responsibleadj: answerable or accountable for something within one’s power, control, or management
irresponsibleadj: not showing a proper sense of responsibility; not reliable
terracen: commonly paved outdoor space next to a house; a row of homes that were all constructed in the same design and shared dividing walls
towern: a structure that is exceptionally high in proportion to its width and either forms part of a building or stands alone
ministryn: a department of government responsible for a particular area of public service
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
templen: a place of worship, especially one that is associated with a particular religion or faith; the flat area on either side of the forehead
embarkv: to go on board a ship or plane; to set out on an enterprise or subject of study; to start something
arrangementn: a plan or preparation for the future event; the action or process of placing things in a particular order
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
constructv: to build or create something; to assemble or combine different parts to form something whole
statisticsn: the discipline that concerns the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data
complexityn: the state or quality of being complicated or intricate and difficult to understand
twinn: either of two children born at the same time from the same mother
commissionn: a formal instruction, command, or request given to a person or group; an official group of people entrusted by a government or other official body to control or enforce something
inquiryn: the act or process of asking a question or asking for information; an official process of investigating a matter of public interest
appointv: to give someone a job or role, especially as a public official or member of an organization; to arrange or decide on a time or a place
immediatelyadv: now or without delay
primeadj: main or most important; basic; (prime number, noun) a natural number greater than 1 that cannot be formed by multiplying two smaller natural numbers (e.g., 2, 3, 5, 7, 11 and 13)
parliamentn: a legislative body, especially the one that represents the people of a country or state
embarrassv: to cause someone to feel awkward, worried, or ashamed
sufferv: to experience pain, distress, or hardship; to undergo or endure something painful or unpleasant
constitutionaladj: of or relating to a constitution (= the set of fundamental principles), especially of a country or government; existing as an essential characteristic
sectn: a group of people who follow a particular religious or philosophical belief system, especially one that is regarded as outside the norm or mainstream
fiascon: a complete failure or debacle, often resulting from poor planning, execution, or unforeseen circumstances
suspiciousadj: making you feel that someone has done something wrong, illegal, or dishonest without any evidence
suspectv: to consider anything to be actual or probable
accusev: to charge or criticize someone with a crime or wrongdoing
lexiconn: all the words and phrases of a particular language or branch of knowledge, such as nautical or medical
labeln: a small piece of paper, fabric, or other material attached to an object and giving information about it; (verb) to assign to a category
plotn: a secret plan or scheme to achieve a specific goal; the plan or main story of a literary work; (verb) to plan secretly, usually something illegal
pervertv: to change the inherent purpose or function of something; to influence somebody to behave in morally unacceptable ways; to corrupt or lead astray; (noun) a person who engages in sexual behavior or has sexual interests that are considered abnormal or deviant by society
institutionalizev: to establish or make something a part of an institution (= a place such as a university, hospital, etc.)
protestn: a strong expression of disagreement, disapproval, or opposition
embassyn: the diplomatic building where a country’s representatives to a foreign country are based
complainv: to say dissatisfaction or annoyance about something or somebody
swiftadj: happening, moving, or capable of moving quickly
convenev: to come or bring together a group of people for a meeting or activity
reversev: to change something’s direction, order, position, decision, etc., to the opposite one; (adjective) directed or moving toward the rear
outwitv: to defeat or overcome someone cleverly or cunningly by outsmarting them; to be more clever or cunning than someone else
celebratedadj: renowned for possessing admirable attributes
anniversaryn: the annual recurrence of a date marking a notable event; a date on which an event occurred in a previous year
independencen: freedom from another’s or others’ control or influence
jubileen: a special anniversary or celebration, especially one marking a 25th, 50th, or 60th year
nastyadj: very bad, unpleasant, or offensive
massn: a large amount of a substance with no definite shape or form; a large number of people or things grouped or crowded together
fortn: a military structure designed to be defended from attack
superioradj: better, higher in quality, or more advanced than others
bluffv: to try to deceive someone into believing that you can or are going to do something, or that you have knowledge or abilities; (noun) a high steep bank, usually formed by river erosion
mysteriousadj: difficult to understand, explain, or identify; having an aura of secrecy, intrigue, or puzzlement
reconstructv: to build or form something again that has been damaged or destroyed
largelyadv: virtually entirely; to a large degree
outdatedadj: no longer useful or valid because of being old-fashioned
rigv: to prepare or set up something in a certain way, typically in a carefully planned or fraudulent manner; to equip with sails or masts
corruptadj: characterized by dishonest behavior or actions, often involving bribery, fraud, or the abuse of power for personal gain; morally or ethically flawed or polluted; (verb) to make someone or something morally depraved or causing it to become dishonest
consistv: to be composed or made up of
relationn: the way two persons or groups of people feel and act toward one another
slidev: to move or cause to move smoothly along a surface without interruption
prosecutionn: the act of bringing legal charges against someone for a crime they are accused of committing; the legal team responsible for presenting the case against the defendant in a criminal trial
tracev: to find or discover someone or something that was lost
offshoreadj: situated at or happening in the sea, not far from the shore or land; (of winds) coming from the land
locatev: to specify or determine the exact position of someone or something
pausev: to take a short break from talking or doing something before continuing
dampadj: slightly wet or moist; characterized by a lack of warmth, enthusiasm, or energy; depressing or dispiriting
occupyv: to consume all of someone’s space, attention, or time
movementn: a group of people working together to achieve a shared goal, especially a political, social, or artistic one; the process of moving or being moved, physically or figuratively
batterv: to hit something or someone repeatedly with much force; (noun, baseball) a ballplayer who is batting
blondadj: of a light, yellowish-brown or golden color, typically describing hair color; (also spelled “blonde”) a female with such hair color
brainn: the organ inside the head that is responsible for one’s movement, thought, memory, and feeling
spyn: a person who is employed or trained to observe or gather information in secret, often for military or political purposes; a person who secretly or illegally gathers information about a private individual or organization
noveln: an extended fictional work in prose; usually in the form of a story; (adjective) original and of a kind not seen before
privilegen: a special right or advantage that only one person or group of people has, usually because they are rich and powerful in a society
jointadj: shared, held, or made between two or more people; (noun) the point of connection between two bones or elements of a skeleton
consultv: to seek or get advice or information from a person, book, or other source having special knowledge on a particular subject
counciln: a group of people who have been elected or appointed to make decisions or give advice on a particular subject or in a particular place
strugglev: to make a great effort to do something when it is difficult, or there are a lot of problems; to use force or violence to break away from restraint or constriction
procurev: to obtain, acquire, or secure something, often by effort or skill
transactv: to carry out or conduct a business or other transaction; to complete or fulfill an agreement, deal, or contract
seguev: to make a smooth and uninterrupted transition from one topic or activity to another
relatev: to establish a connection or association between two or more things; to narrate or tell about an event, experience, or relationship; to empathize or feel sympathy with someone or something
conductv: to organize and carry out a particular activity
transparencyn: the condition or quality of being easy to see through
bailoutn: the provision of financial help to a corporation or country which is on the brink of bankruptcy
conglomeraten: a large corporation or organization made up of many smaller companies or divisions; (verb) to gather or combine various things or entities together, typically to form a larger and more diverse whole
collapsev: to fall down or give way suddenly, often after breaking apart
unprecedentedadj: never having been seen, done, or known before
generosityn: the fact or quality of being willing to do kind things or give somebody money, gifts, or time freely
commitmentn: a promise or firm decision to do something or to behave in a certain way
repayv: to give back or make restitution for money, debt, or other obligation that is owed; to compensate or reward someone for something done or given
creditorn: a person, company, etc. to whom a debtor owes money
contradictionn: the assertion of the opposite of what has been said; opposition; denial
planetn: any of the nine large celestial bodies that circle in the solar system; any celestial body that revolves around a star
physicsn: the science of matter and energy and their interactions
biologyn: the scientific study of life and the natural processes of living things
commercen: the activity of buying and selling things, especially on a large scale
paralleladj: being everywhere equidistant and not intersecting; of or relating to the simultaneous performance of multiple operations
nowhereadv: not in, at, or to any place; not anywhere
bailn: the temporary release of an accused person awaiting trial in exchange for a monetary deposit to ensure their appearance in court
excessn: an amount or quantity beyond what is acceptable, expected, or reasonable
statutoryadj: relating to law or regulation; authorized or required by law or regulation
entitlev: to give someone the right to have or do something; to give a title to someone or something
supposev: to think that something is likely to be actual or possible
celebratev: to acknowledge a memorable or good day or event with a social gathering or enjoyable activity
calculatev: to judge or find out the amount or number of something by using mathematics
exchangev: to give something and receive something else in return, often with the implication that the items being traded are of equal or comparable value; (noun) the act of giving or taking something in return for something else; a place or system where goods or services can be bought, sold, or traded
provisionn: the act of providing or supplying something; a clause in a document or law that specifies a particular requirement or condition
immuneadj: protected against a particular disease or toxin due to the presence of specific antibodies or sensitized white blood cells
plungev: to dive quickly and steeply downward; to thrust or throw into something; (noun) a steep and rapid fall
relyv: to require a specific thing or the assistance and support of someone or something to continue, run properly, or succeed.
clarityn: the quality of being coherent and understandable; the quality of transparency or purity
individualn: a single person or thing, as distinct from a group
advancev: to go or move forward; to develop in a positive way
dignifyv: to make something worthy of respect or honor; to elevate or give importance to something that may otherwise be considered insignificant
scholarshipn: a grant or payment made to support a student’s education usually awarded based on academic or other achievements
scandaln: an action or event regarded as morally or legally wrong and causing general public outrage
dispersev: to spread out or distribute over a broad region, or to cause something to do so
advertv: an advertisement; (verb) to make reference to something in speaking or writing
releasev: to set free or allow to escape from confinement
fantasticadj: extremely good; excellent
disclosuren: the act of making something known or revealing information that was previously hidden or secret, often used in legal or financial contexts
permanentadj: lasting for a long time without essential change
secretaryn: a person whose job is to deal with correspondence, keep records, and do administrative work for a company or organization
exemptadj: free from or not subject to a particular requirement or restriction; (verb) to excuse someone or something from an obligation, payment, etc.
integrityn: the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; the state of being whole and undivided
frameworkn: the structural components of a building or object that support its weight and give it form; the underlying structure of a system, concept, or text
safeguardv: to protect something or someone from harm, damage, or loss
assetn: something or someone that is useful or valuable quality, skill, etc.; valuable property
liabilityn: a legal or financial responsibility or obligation
discoveryn: the act or process of finding information, a place, or an object, or learning about something that was previously not known
discardv: to throw something away or get rid of something that you no longer wanted or need
fashionn: a style that is popular at a particular time or place; the state of being popular
ignorev: to intentionally not listen or pay attention to
motton: a phrase or slogan that expresses a guiding principle or goal
expendituren: the act of spending money; the total amount of money spent
equationn: the act of regarding as equal; (mathematics) a statement that expresses the equality of two expressions by connecting them with the equals sign
resolutionn: a firm decision or determination to do or not do something; the action of solving a problem, dispute, or conflict; the quality of being resolved or determined; the clarity and sharpness of an image or display
journalistn: a person who collects and writes news stories or articles for newspapers, magazines, radio, television, or other online media
introductionn: a preliminary explanation or remarks given before the start of a text, performance, or event; the act of bringing something new into existence or introducing something to a wider audience or new market
databasen: a large amount of data stored in a computer system in such a way that it can be searched and updated easily
consciousadj: being aware of and able to respond to what is happening around you
branchn: a division of a tree or woody shrub that grows out from the trunk or a main stem; a division of some larger or more complex organization
stabilityn: the quality or attribute of being firm and steadfast
sustainableadj: able to continue or be continued for a long time