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structuren: the way of construction of something and the arrangement of its parts, or a complex thing constructed of many parts
diametern: the length of a straight line passing through the center of a circle and connecting two points on the circumference
pipelinen: a very long large tube that is usually underground and is used for carrying liquid or gas for long distances
monumentaladj: great in importance or influence, size, extent, or solidity; massive
ambitionn: a strong wish to do or achieve something
vaccinen: a substance that is put into the body and protects them from disease by causing them to produce antibodies (= proteins that attack harmful bacteria, viruses, etc.)
grandadj: important and large in size, scope, or extent
visionn: the ability to think about or see the future with imagination and intelligence; the faculty of being able to see
strainn: a force or pressure that stretches or pulls something, sometimes causing damage; (biology) a group of organisms within a species that differ in trivial ways from similar groups
influenzan: (formal for flu) a highly contagious viral disease that causes fever, severe aching, and catarrh and often occurs in epidemics
virusn: a tiny infectious organic material that causes disease in people, animals, and plants
particlen: a small piece of something; a word or piece of a term with grammatical function but little or no significance
hemagglutininn: a substance, such as a viral protein, which causes agglutination (= the coalescing of small particles) of red blood cells
attachen: a person who works at an embassy, usually having a specialized area of responsibility; a shallow and rectangular briefcase
receptorn: an organ having nerve endings that respond to stimulation such as heat or cold and makes the body react in a particular way
fusen: a small part in an electrical device or machinery that can interrupt the flow of electrical current when it is overloaded; (verb) to become plastic or fluid or liquefied from heat
viraladj: relating to or caused by a virus
membranen: a soft, thin layer that forms animal or vegetable tissue
infectionn: a condition in which pathogenic microorganisms or viruses have entered the body
immuneadj: protected against a particular disease or toxin due to the presence of specific antibodies or sensitized white blood cells
reactv: to take action in response to something
bustv: to break something; (noun) a woman’s chest, or the measurement around a woman’s chest; (noun) an occasion for something excessive, such as work, eating, drinking, etc.
emperorn: the male ruler of an empire
physicallyadv: in a way related to a person’s body or appearance rather than their mind
interactv: to communicate or react with somebody
plastern: a substance made of lime that becomes hard as it dries and is used for the protective or decorative coating of walls and ceilings and for molding and casting decorative elements
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
antibodyn: a substance produced in the blood that attacks and kills harmful bacteria, viruses, etc., to fight disease
bloodstreamn: the blood flowing through the body
diminishv: to reduce or be reduced in size, extent, or importance; to make something smaller, weaker, etc.
blueprintn: a photographic print of an early plan for a building or machine
invadev: to enter aggressively into another’s territory by military force for conquest and occupation
constantlyadv: all the time
mutationn: the way in which genes of a person, plant, animal, or other organism change and produce permanent differences
subtleadj: not readily apparent or visible
antigenn: a substance that triggers the body’s immune response (= the reaction for fighting infections) for defending the body, especially by producing antibodies (= proteins that identify and attack harmful bacteria, viruses, etc.)
driftv: to move smoothly and slowly in water or air, especially as a result of outside forces, with no control over the direction
infectv: to affect a person, an animal, or a plant with a disease-causing organism
genomen: the complete set or sequence of genes of a human, animal, plant, or other living things
recombinev: to combine or put together again or differently; to cause genetic recombination (= the process by which genetic material is broken and joined to other genetic material)
shiftn: a slight transition in position, direction, or trend
epidemicn: the widespread outbreak of a particular disease in a large number of people at the same time
pandemicn: an outbreak of a disease that affects many people over a very wide area
universaladj: existing or affecting everywhere or everyone
conservev: to protect something, especially the natural environment or culture, from change, damage, or destruction
hinderv: to make it difficult for someone to do something; to limit the development of something
subtypen: a type that is a subdivision of a more general type; a subdivision of a type of microorganism
ferritinn: a protein produced in mammalian metabolism that stores iron and releases it in a controlled fashion
normn: something that is regarded as usual, typical, or standard
roughadj: not quite exact or correct; having or caused by an irregular surface
attachv: to fasten, join, or connect one thing to another
harmlessadj: not able or not likely to cause damage or harm
engineern: a person whose job is designing, building, or maintaining something such as machines, structures, or software
nanoparticlen: a particle of matter that is between 1 and 100 nanometres (nm) in diameter
identicaladj: being the exact same one
vaccinatev: to treat with a vaccine, usually by injection, to produce immunity against a disease
injectv: to put a liquid such as a drug or other substance into a person’s or an animal’s body using a needle and syringe (= small tube)
lethaladj: causing or capable of causing death; extremely dangerous
coronavirusn: a group of viruses that cause respiratory, gastrointestinal, and neurological diseases in humans and other animals
vastadj: enormous in size, number, amount, or quantity
arrayn: a large group or collection of things or people, especially one that is impressive or attractive
additionn: the act or process of adding something to something else; the process of adding numbers
broadadj: very wide; general
achievementn: a thing that someone has accomplished, primarily through their effort and ability
infectiousadj: able to be passed quickly from one person, animal, or plant to another, especially through air or water
squarelyadv: directly and firmly; in a square shape
realmn: a domain of activity, interest, or knowledge
fictionn: the type of book or story, especially novels, that describes imaginary events and people; anything made up or imagined that is not true
groundbreakingadj: producing fresh findings; using novel techniques
graspv: to take hold of something or someone quickly and firmly

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