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crisisn: a time of great disagreement, confusion, or danger when problems must be resolved or critical decisions must be taken
industriousadj: hardworking, diligent, and persistent in effort
legislationn: a law or a set of laws suggested and then passed by a parliament, or the act of making or enacting laws
regulatev: to control something, especially by means of rules or laws
assetn: something or someone that is useful or valuable quality, skill, etc.; valuable property
referv: to direct someone’s attention, thoughts, or questions to another source or person; to mention, cite, or allude to something as evidence or support
agriculturen: the practice or science of cultivating the land or raising stock
practitionern: a person who works in a profession or occupation, such as a doctor, lawyer, or teacher
intersectionn: a point where two or more roads, lines, etc., cross each other
consumev: to spend something, especially fuel, energy, or time, in a large amount
exposedadj: having no protection or shield from something, such as bad weather, attack, or criticism
ecologyn: the study of the relationships between living organisms, including humans, and their physical environment
economicaladj: providing a satisfactory return on the money, time, or effort; not using more money, fuel, etc. than necessary
intensiveadj: involving a lot of work or activity in a short time
witn: the ability to say or write things or ideas in a clever and humorous way
chilln: a feeling of coldness that makes one shiver; (verb) to make cool or cooler
ironyn: the expression of one’s meaning by using language that usually signifies the opposite, typically for humorous or rhetorical effect
communaladj: belonging to or used by a group rather than individuals; for common use
affordv: to have enough money or time to be able to buy or do something
corporationn: a large company or group of companies that are controlled together by law as a single unit
consolidatev: to make something more vital, more solid, or more certain
chainn: a series of connected links or objects; a system or group of interconnected elements; a restraint or shackle
intellectn: the ability to think logically and comprehend information, especially at an advanced level
propertyn: a thing or things that belong to someone
livestockn: farm animals and birds such as cows, sheep, and chickens
institutionalizev: to establish or make something a part of an institution (= a place such as a university, hospital, etc.)
bankruptcyn: the legal status of a person or business that cannot repay debts to creditors
survivev: to live or exist despite a dangerous event or period
uncheckedadj: not restrained or controlled; not examined or scrutinized; allowed to proceed without restraint or interference
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
collapsev: to fall down or give way suddenly, often after breaking apart
commodityn: a product or a raw material that can be traded, bought, or sold
fortunateadj: having good luck or lucky
transformv: to change in outward structure or looks;
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
decisionn: the act or process of making up someone’s mind about something; a choice or judgment reached after considering options
exclusiveadj: not divided or shared with others
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
opportuneadj: suitable or happening at a time that is suitable or convenient for a particular purpose
cultivatev: to prepare and foster land for growing crops or plants
shepherdn: a person who tends and guards sheep, especially in a rural area
farmlandn: land used for farming or agricultural purposes
climaten: the weather in a particular location averaged over some long period
promotev: to encourage or persuade people to like, buy, use, do, or support something; to raise someone to a higher position or rank
preservev: to keep or maintain a particular quality, feature, etc., especially to prevent it from decaying, being damaged, or being destroyed
diverseadj: including numerous categories of individuals or entities; various
multigenerationaladj: involving or encompassing multiple generations, particularly within a family or community; relating to or affecting people of different age groups or life stages
sufferv: to experience pain, distress, or hardship; to undergo or endure something painful or unpleasant
countlessadj: too numerous to be counted or very many
ruraladj: of or relating to the countryside
nationn: a large organized community of people living in a particular country or region and having a particular culture
violentadj: involving or caused by physical force or aggression against someone or something
surveyn: an investigation of the opinions, behavior, etc. of a particular group of people, made by asking people questions
opioidn: substances that have an effect similar to opium, such as morphine, used in medicines to treat severe pain, but some people take them illegally for pleasure and become addicted
epidemicn: the widespread outbreak of a particular disease in a large number of people at the same time
disguisev: to hide or alter someone’s appearance to deceive or mislead others
accidentn: an unfortunate event, especially one causing damage or injury
suiciden: the act of killing yourself intentionally
retailn: the sale of goods or services to consumers, especially in small quantities, either directly to the end customer or through retail outlets
harvestn: yields of plants in a single growing season; the period of the year when gathering occurs on a farm
ripeadj: (of fruit or crops) fully developed and ready to be eaten or harvested
ultimateadj: furthest or highest in degree or order
roughlyadv: approximately but not precisely; with a violent manner
proximityn: the state or quality of being near or close to something or someone in distance or time
requirementn: something that is needed or wanted
minimaladj: tiny in amount; the least possible
adventn: the arrival or beginning of something; the coming of Jesus Christ at his birth
grocern: a person who owns a shop that sells foodstuffs and some household supplies
trendn: a general direction in which something is changing or developing
kitn: a set of tools, supplies, or equipment for a particular purpose
increasinglyadv: more and more
disconnectv: to unfasten or disjoin something, especially to break the connection between a supply of gas, water, or electricity and a piece of equipment
economicsn: the branch of social science that deals with the production, consumption, and transfer of goods and services
smartphonen: a mobile phone that functions as a computer and connects to the Internet
revolutionn: a large-scale attempt to overthrow the government of a country, often using violence or war;
stagnatev: to remain still, inactive, or without growth or development; to become stale or foul-smelling due to a lack of circulation or movement
sustainableadj: able to continue or be continued for a long time
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
statisticsn: the discipline that concerns the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data
betv: to risk money on the result of an event or a competition, such as a race or game, to get more money; to have faith or confidence in something
nutrientn: any substance that is essential for the maintenance and growth of living things
jargonn: specialized language or vocabulary used by a particular group or profession that is often difficult for outsiders to understand; language that is full of technical slang or obscure terms and is often used to obscure or confuse rather than clarify
environmentn: the natural world such as air, water, and land in which humans, animals, and plants live
rebuildv: to build again or anew
attachv: to fasten, join, or connect one thing to another
relationn: the way two persons or groups of people feel and act toward one another
governmentn: the group of people with authority to control a country or state
databasen: a large amount of data stored in a computer system in such a way that it can be searched and updated easily
investorn: someone who puts money or capital into something to gain financial returns
equitableadj: fair and impartial; treating everyone fairly

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