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|stretch||v: to make or be capable of making anything longer or broader without hurting or breaking|
|unimportant||adj: not important|
|politician||n: a person who is a member of a government or law-making organization, especially as an elected member of parliament, etc.|
|diet||n: the food and drink that a person, animal, or community eats and drinks regularly; a legislative assembly in certain countries, for example, Japan|
|craze||n: an enthusiasm for a particular activity, object, or idea that appears suddenly and achieves widespread but short-lived popularity; a fad|
|millionaire||n: a person who has material wealth that is valued at more than a million dollars, pounds, euros, etc.|
|bombard||v: to attack a place with bombs or gunshots continuously; to address with continuously or persistently, as if with a barrage|
|improve||v: to make or become better|
|technique||n: a particular way or art of doing something that needs skill|
|deconstruct||v: to break something down into its separate parts to interpret or analyze it; to interpret or analyze a text, an artwork, etc. to show that there is no fixed meaning|
|bias||n: a strong feeling in favor of or against one group of people, an idea, or thing, often not based on fair judgment|
|manipulate||v: to influence or control something or someone to your advantage, often in an unfair or dishonest way|
|negative||adj: having the quality of something bad or harmful; expressing refusal|
|scrutiny||n: careful and detailed examination|
|skepticism||n: an attitude of doubting or questioning that claims or statements are true or valuable or that something will happen; the disbelief in any claims of ultimate knowledge|
|dispose||v: to put things or people in a particular manner or position; to incline someone towards a specific activity or mood; throw or cast away|
|eliminate||v: to remove or get rid of someone or something|
|reliable||adj: worthy of being relied on; trustworthy|
|straightforward||adj: easy to do or understand, or simple; free from ambiguity|
|obscure||adj: not well known to many people|
|accomplish||v: to finish or achieve something successfully|
|nutrition||n: the substances or the process that organisms take into their bodies as food for their growth and health|
|equip||v: to provide a person or a place with the things that are needed for a particular purpose or activity|
|sift||v: to put flour, sugar, etc. through a sieve (= a utensil consisting of a wire or plastic mesh in a frame) to remove lumps or large particles|
|critic||n: someone who expresses opinions about the quality of books, music, etc.|
|fad||n: an intense and widely shared enthusiasm for a particular style, activity, or interest that appears suddenly and achieves widespread but short-lived popularity; a craze|
|suit||n: a set of clothes that are made from the same material; a claim or complaint that a person or organization can file in court against another party; (verb) to be fit or acceptable for|
|testimony||n: a formal written or spoken statement that something is true, especially one given in court; something that serves as evidence|
|weigh||v: to have a particular weight; to carefully evaluate things before making a conclusion|
|concept||n: an idea or principle associated with something abstract|
|assume||v: to think or accept something to be true without having proof of it; to take or begin to have power; to begin to exhibit a specific quality or appearance|
|interpretation||n: an explanation or opinion of something, especially that is not immediately obvious|
|implication||n: something that is inferred or indirectly stated; the act or fact of being involved in something|
|glance||v: to give a quick or brief look; to hit something at an angle|
|environment||n: the natural world such as air, water, and land in which humans, animals, and plants live|
|gasoline||n: a volatile flammable liquid obtained from petroleum, used mainly as a fuel in car engines, etc.|
|restricted||adj: limited in extent, number, scope, or action, especially by official rules, laws, etc.|
|surge||n: a sudden and great increase of something, such as a feeling, the amount or number, etc.|
|pollution||n: the introduction of harmful substances or waste into the natural environment that causes adverse change|
|unintended||adj: not planned or meant|
|consequence||n: the outcome of a particular action or event, especially relative to an individual|
|explore||v: to travel to or penetrate an area or a country to learn about it; to thoroughly examine a subject or a possibility to learn more about it|
|opposing||adj: competing, fighting, or working against each other|
|disagree||v: to have or express a different opinion, idea, etc.|
|spectrum||n: an ordered array of colors into which a light beam can be split|
|viewpoint||n: a way of thinking about a specific subject; a place from which something can be viewed, especially in an area of natural beauty|
|valid||adj: having a reasonable basis in logic or fact; still legally or officially acceptable|
|appeal||n: a serious, earnest, or urgent request for money, information, or help; a quality that makes somebody or something attractive or interest|
|alternative||n: one of two or more available possibilities or choice|
|evaluate||v: to assess or estimate the quality, significance, quantity, or value of something|
|ultimate||adj: furthest or highest in degree or order|
|eradicate||v: to get rid of or destroy something completely, especially something bad|
|crisis||n: a time of great disagreement, confusion, or danger when problems must be resolved or critical decisions must be taken|