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normn: something that is regarded as usual, typical, or standard
fashionn: a style that is popular at a particular time or place; the state of being popular
tenseadj: unable to relax because of being nervous or worried; stretched tight or rigid
rumorn: a piece of unverified information of uncertain origin that is spread by word of mouth
influenzan: (formal for flu) a highly contagious viral disease that causes fever, severe aching, and catarrh and often occurs in epidemics
vacationn: a period in which someone does not have to attend work or school and is free to do whatever they choose, such as travel or leisure
terriblyadv: very badly; to a great extent or very much
lockdownn: an emergency policy for people, communities, or a country to stay where they are, usually due to specific risks, such as COVID-19
echon: a sound heard after being reflected off a surface, such as a wall or a cliff
magnituden: the extent, level, importance, or amount of something
historicadj: famous or significant in history, or potentially so
governmentn: the group of people with authority to control a country or state
infringev: to violate or break a rule, law, or agreement, often by trespassing or infringing on someone else’s rights or property
democracyn: a form of government in which the people have the authority to deliberate and decide legislation, or to choose governing officials to do so
authoritarianadj: characterized by strict, absolute control and obedience to authority or rules; dictatorial and lacking in personal freedoms or individual rights
sufferv: to experience pain, distress, or hardship; to undergo or endure something painful or unpleasant
definev: to state or explain precisely the nature, scope, or meaning of something
separatev: to force, take, or pull apart; mark as different
responsibleadj: answerable or accountable for something within one’s power, control, or management
absentadj: not present in a particular place at a particular time
validadj: having a reasonable basis in logic or fact; still legally or officially acceptable
surveillancen: the act of carefully monitoring a person suspected of a crime or a place where a crime may be committed or expected
privacyn: someone’s right to keep their personal matters and relationships not watched or interrupted by other people
balancen: a condition in which everything has the same weight or force; something left after other parts have been taken away
trade-offn: a balance achieved between two desirable but incompatible features; an exchange that occurs as a compromise
individualn: a single person or thing, as distinct from a group
robinn: a small bird from the thrush family, typically having a red breast and found across Europe, Asia, and North America
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
conveniencen: the state of being suitable or opportune
criticn: someone who expresses opinions about the quality of books, music, etc.
smartphonen: a mobile phone that functions as a computer and connects to the Internet
scanv: to examine something hastily, with the eyes or with a machine, to get information
freakn: an abnormality that is not typical or expected
appn: (abbreviation for application) software designed to run on smartphones and other mobile devices or inside a web browser on a PC
malln: a large, enclosed shopping center that typically contains many stores, restaurants, and other businesses
horrifyv: to shock or disgust greatly
invasionn: army’s act of forcibly entering another country or territory to take control of it
abstractadj: based on general ideas, feelings, or qualities and not on any a physical or concrete existence
conceptn: an idea or principle associated with something abstract
pandemicn: an outbreak of a disease that affects many people over a very wide area
meaninglessadj: having no meaning, direction, or purpose
antagonisticadj: characterized by opposition or hostility towards someone or something, often used to describe a confrontational or aggressive attitude
rhetoricn: speech or writing intended to please or persuade someone; the art or study of using language effectively and persuasively in spoken or written form
obviousadj: easy to see, discover or understand
interlinkv: to connect or link together; to cause to join or connect
chainn: a series of connected links or objects; a system or group of interconnected elements; a restraint or shackle
nationalistadj: relating to or supporting a political ideology that emphasizes a strong sense of national identity and devotion to one’s own country
sentimentaladj: connected with or resulting from someone’s emotions, rather than reason or realism
optimistn: a person who tends to expect the best in all things and to be hopeful and confident about the future
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
integratev: to combine one thing with another so that they form a whole or work together; to accept equal participation for members of all races and ethnic groups
decouplev: to disconnect or separate something from something else that it was joined to or part of previously
statisticsn: the discipline that concerns the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data
criticismn: the act of analyzing, evaluating, or judging something, especially literary or artistic work, to find fault with it or to offer suggestions for improvement; the expression of disapproval or censure
instancen: a particular example or single occurrence of something
downplayv: to present or represent as less important or severe; to minimize the significance of something
tolln: money that you have to pay to use a particular road, bridge, etc.; (verb) to ring slowly
arguablyadv: used when expressing an opinion or idea that you believe can be proven true
demonizev: to portray or represent someone or something as evil or wicked, often to create fear or hostility towards them
alarmn: a loud noise or an automatic signal that warns people of danger; a device that signals the occurrence of some undesirable event or particular danger
coronavirusn: a large family of viruses that can cause illness in humans and animals, which name comes from the crown-like spikes on the surface of the virus, which can be seen under a microscope, and COVID-19 is caused by a specific type of coronavirus known as SARS-CoV-2
memorialn: a structure or monument to commemorate a person or event
unfortunatelyadv: by bad luck; unluckily
communicatev: to share or exchange information with others by speaking, writing, moving your body, or using other signals
announcev: to make something known or officially inform people about something
unjustadj: not fair or equitable; lacking in justice or impartiality; morally unacceptable or wrong
whistleblowern: a person who reveals or reports illegal, unethical, or immoral activities, primarily in the workplace or government, that are not publicly known but harm the public interest or other people
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
diseasen: a disorder or illness that affects the body or mind, often characterized by specific symptoms or abnormal functioning of organs or systems
frustrationn: the feeling of being upset or annoyed as a result of being unable to change or achieve something
commemoratev: to honor the memory of someone or something by ceremony or tribute
verdictn: an official opinion or decision made in a civil or criminal case or an inquest (= an inquiry into the cause of an unexpected death); the findings of a jury on issues of fact submitted to it for decision
degreen: a unit of measurement for angles, temperature, or level of proficiency or achievement; a rank or level of academic or professional attainment
misbehavev: to behave badly
heron: a person who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities; a character in literature or history who is central to the plot and who exhibits heroic qualities
warnv: to make someone aware of potential danger or difficulty, particularly one that may occur in the future
complainv: to say dissatisfaction or annoyance about something or somebody
decisionn: the act or process of making up someone’s mind about something; a choice or judgment reached after considering options
blamev: to think or say that someone or something did something wrong or is responsible for something bad
slangn: informal or non-standard language that is often used within a specific group or culture and may not be considered appropriate in a professional or formal context
scapegoatv: to unfairly blame or punish someone for the misdeeds or mistakes of others, often to deflect attention or avoid accountability; (noun) a person or group that is unfairly blamed for the problems or misfortunes of others, typically to divert attention or responsibility from the actual cause
trumpn: a playing card with a picture of a trumpeter on it, used in certain card games
virusn: a tiny infectious organic material that causes disease in people, animals, and plants
gymnasticsn: a sport that involves feats of strength, agility, and balance, often performed on apparatus such as a balance beam or a set of parallel bars; any physical exercise that involves movement and agility
aerobicadj: relating to or requiring oxygen; (noun) an exercise or form of physical activity that enhances cardiovascular fitness and endurance, such as running or cycling
viraladj: relating to or caused by a virus
inequityn: a lack of fairness or justice; an unfair or unequal situation or practice
inequalityn: the unfairness of a society in which some people have more opportunity, money, etc. than others; (mathematics) relation between two values when they are different
structuren: the way of construction of something and the arrangement of its parts, or a complex thing constructed of many parts
rebuildv: to build again or anew
distinguishedadj: (used of persons or their work) standing above others in quality, attainment, or reputation
nationalityn: the legal status or right of belonging to a particular country
discriminatingadj: having or showing the ability to judge or discern, typically by distinguishing differences or making careful and considered choices; selective in a discerning way; showing refined taste or awareness of quality
crawlv: to move forward slowly, as people or animals with their bodies near the ground
shelln: hard outer covering or case of eggs, nuts, some seeds, and some animals

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