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surgeryn: medical treatment of injuries or diseases involving an incision with instruments and often removing or replacing some parts of the body; the branch of medical science that treats disease or injury by operative procedures
anesthesian: a state of controlled, temporary loss of bodily sensation or awareness that is induced for medical purposes
journalistn: a person who collects and writes news stories or articles for newspapers, magazines, radio, television, or other online media
genericadj: not specific; not linked to a particular brand or product
nausean: a feeling of sickness or discomfort in the stomach that is often accompanied by an urge to vomit; a sensation of loathing or disgust
unsatisfactoryadj: not meeting the desired or expected standard or quality
argumentn: a set of statements or reasons used to support or refute a proposition or theory; a verbal or physical fight or dispute
insurev: to provide coverage in the event of loss or damage
employern: a person or organization that pays workers to work for them
proceduren: a way of doing something, especially the official or well-known way
volunteern: a person who performs or offers to perform a job or service without being paid for or forced to do
buyoutn: the acquisition of a controlling interest in a company or business by an outside entity or individual, typically involving the purchase of shares or assets
sharkn: a long-bodied, mostly predatory marine fish that has sharp teeth and a pointed fin on its back; a person who is ruthless, greedy, and dishonest
pitchn: the property of sound that varies with variation in the frequency of vibration; the degree of a slope, especially of a roof; short presentation for selling or sharing something
contestn: a competition in which people compete for supremacy in a sport or other activity; a struggle between rivals
grossadj: being the total amount of something before any deductions; obese and ugly or unpleasant
domesticadj: relating to or inside a particular country, not foreign or international
plainadj: without being decorated in any way; (Noun) a vast expanse of flat land with few trees
electrocardiogramn: a test that uses electrodes placed on the chest, arms, and legs to record the electrical signals of the heart and create a graph that shows the heart’s rhythm and activity
variationn: the act or state of changing; a difference or change in the way something is done, made or said
surveyn: an investigation of the opinions, behavior, etc. of a particular group of people, made by asking people questions
partnershipn: the state of a cooperative relationship between people or groups, especially in business
mammographyn: the process of using X-rays to examine the breast for the early detection of breast cancer
databasen: a large amount of data stored in a computer system in such a way that it can be searched and updated easily
mashv: to crush or grind something into a soft, wet, pulpy mass; to talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions; (noun) a mixture of crushed malt grains and hot water
kayakn: a small, narrow boat traditionally used by the Inuit people for hunting and fishing, which has a covered deck and is propelled using a double-bladed paddle
trafficn: the movement of vehicles, people, or goods along a route or through a transport system; the amount of such movement in a particular place or at a particular time
appn: (abbreviation for application) software designed to run on smartphones and other mobile devices or inside a web browser on a PC
communaladj: belonging to or used by a group rather than individuals; for common use
crowdsourcingn: the practice of obtaining needed services, ideas, or content by enlisting the services of a large number of people, either paid or unpaid, typically via the internet
nationwideadj: extending throughout an entire nation
sufferv: to experience pain, distress, or hardship; to undergo or endure something painful or unpleasant
contributorn: a person or thing that adds to the achievement, production, or growth of something (such as a project, organization, or publication); a donor or benefactor
arguev: to express differing opinions or points of view, often in a heated or contentious manner; to present a case or reasoning to persuade or convince others
bankruptcyn: the legal status of a person or business that cannot repay debts to creditors
skipv: to move along lightly and quickly, making a step from one foot to the other with a hop or bounce; to intentionally fail to do something which would normally do
affordv: to have enough money or time to be able to buy or do something
diagnosev: to determine or distinguish the nature of a problem or an illness through a careful analysis
conversationn: an informal talk between two or more people to exchange their views, ideas, information, etc.
involvev: to include or affect someone or something as a necessary part of something else
patientn: a person who is receiving medical treatment, care, or attention from a healthcare professional, such as a doctor, nurse, or therapist; a personal quality or characteristic
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
consumev: to spend something, especially fuel, energy, or time, in a large amount
stallv: to stop or cause to stop making progress; (noun) small area or booth set off for the sale of goods in a market or large covered area
legislaturen: a body of elected or appointed representatives who make laws for a country or state
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
rollv: to move in a particular direction by turning over and over or from side to side
crisisn: a time of great disagreement, confusion, or danger when problems must be resolved or critical decisions must be taken
nationn: a large organized community of people living in a particular country or region and having a particular culture
emergencyn: a sudden unforeseen crisis usually involving danger that requires immediate action
governmentn: the group of people with authority to control a country or state
individualn: a single person or thing, as distinct from a group
premiumn: an amount of money paid periodically; the price or cost of something, especially when it is considered to be of high quality or value; (adjective) having or reflecting superior quality or value
statisticsn: the discipline that concerns the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data
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
transparencyn: the condition or quality of being easy to see through
frictionn: the force that opposes motion between two objects in contact, especially by producing heat and wear, and is proportional to the normal force between the objects
fraudn: the crime of gaining money or financial benefits by deceiving people; a person who makes deceitful pretenses
massiveadj: enormous amount; very heavy and solid
overtadj: open, evident, or clear, especially in a way that is not intended to be secret
appendectomyn: a surgical procedure to remove the appendix, typically performed in cases of appendicitis or other conditions that cause inflammation or infection of the appendix
cancern: abnormal growth of cells that can invade and destroy surrounding tissues and organs; a disease characterized by the uncontrolled growth and spread of abnormal cells
arrestv: to take into custody
transgressv: to break the law or moral code; to go beyond or exceed the limits or boundaries of something
medicinaladj: of or relating to the treatment or cure of disease
breathn: the air that is taken into and expelled from your lungs; the process of taking into and expelling air from your lungs
liberatev: to set free; to release or rescue from captivity or oppression
folkn: people in general, especially those of a particular group or type
advancev: to go or move forward; to develop in a positive way
lasern: a device that emits powerful and narrow light that can be used as a tool to cut metal through a process of optical amplification
squeezev: to apply pressure from two or more sides; to hold someone or something tightly in your arms, usually with fondness