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Abstract

  • existing in thought or as an idea but not having physical or concrete experience
  • relating to or denoting art that does not attempt to represent external reality, but rather seeks to achieve its effect using shape, colours and textures
  • consider something theoretically or separately from
  • extract or remove (something)
  • make a written (summory) of (an article or book)

Accountable

  • required or expected to justify actions or decisions, responsible
  • able to be explained or understood
  • the obligation (duty) of an individual or organisation to account for its activities, accept responsibilities for them and to disclose the results in a transparent matter.

Advocate

  • a person who publicly supports or recommend a particular cause or policy.
  • a person who puts a case on someone else’s behalf.
  • pleads for someone.

Affecting

  • a person who publicly supports or recommend a particular cause or policy.
  • a person who puts a case on someone else’s behalf.
  • pleads for someone.

Affinity

  • a natural liking for an understanding of someone or something else.

Allegiances

  • loyalty or commitment to a superior or to a group or cause (devotion.)

Agoraphobia

  • an anient tern – agora – a public open space used for assemblies and markets.
  • extreme or irrational fear of open or public spaces (being in crowds.)

Ambition

  • a [strong] desire  to do or achieve something.
  • an earnest desire for some type of achievement or distinction, as power, honour, fame, or wealth, and the willingness to strive for its attainment.
  • The object, state, or desired result sought after.
  • something a person hopes to do.

Anatomy

  • the branch of science concerned with the bodily structure of humans, animals, and other living organisms, especially as revealed by dissection and the separation of parts.
  • a study of the structure or internal working of something (relationship between parts.)
  • the study of various internal structures inside the human body that allows it to function properly – sections of a building.

Anxious

  • feeling or showing worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome.
  • very eaher or concerned to do something or for something to happen (misfortune.)

Appeals

  • make a serious, urgent, heartfelt request.
  • an earnest request for aid, support, sympathy, mercy, etc.
  • an earnest plea.
  • a resort to a higher authority or great power, as for sanction, corroboration.
  • When it ” to you : you like it.
  • when you ” to someone : and urgent request to them.

Architecture

  • the art or practice of designing and constructing buildings.
  • the complex of carefully designed structure of something.

Argument

  • an exchange of diverging or opposite views, typically a heated or angry one.
  • a reason or set of reasons given support of an idea, action or theory.

Aspiration

  • a hope or ambition of achieving something.
  • the action or process of drawing breath.
  • the action of pronouncing a sound with an exhalation of breath.

Associate

  • connecting (someone or something) with something else in one’s mind.
  • a concept connected with another.

Attribute

  • as regards to something being caused by.
  • the quality or feauture regarded as a characteristic or inherence part of someone or something.
  • …thought of appealing or disgust.

Authentic

  • of undisputed origin and not a copy; genuine.
  • not false and origin supported by unquestionable evidence.

Autonomous

  • (a country or region) having the freedom to govern itself or control its own affairs.
  • having freedomg to act independently
  • in Kantian Model Philosophy : acting in accorance with one’s moral duty rather than one’s desires.
  • responding, reacting, or developing independently of the whole ( a tumor.)

Aversive

  • causing avoidance of a thing, situation or behaviour by using an unpleasant or pushing stimulus, as in techniques of behaviour modification.

Abstinance

  • restraint from the eagerness of pleasure and continued use or consumption of desires – prevention of sould from suffocation.

Achievement

  • successfully bring about or reach (a desired objective or result) by effort, skill or courage.
  • the process or fact of achieving something.
  • a representation of a coat of arms with the adjuncts to which a bearer of arms is entitled.

Acquaintance

  • knowledge or experience something.
  • a person one knows slightly, but who is not a close friend.
  • being casually aware (familiar) with something or someone.

Adaptability

  • the quality of being able to adjust to new conditions.
  • shows the ability to learn from experience and improve the fitness of the learner as a competitor.
  • the ability to change according to the need of the environment.
  • flexibility in the job description.
  • able or willing to change in order to suit different conditions.

Affiliate

  • officially attach or connect to an organisation.

Afraid

  • feeling fear of anxiety, frightened.
  • feeling worry about the possible results of a particular situation.

Agencies

  • a business or organisation providing a particular service on behalf of another business, person or group.
  • action or intervention productin a particular effect.

Analogy

  • a comparison between one thing and another, typically for the purpose of explanation or clarification.
  • a similarity between like features of two things, on which a comparison is based.
  • compare two things that are mostly different from other, but have same traits in common.

Anecdote

  • a short amusing or interesting story about a real incident or person.
  • a brief, relieving account of an individual.

Anger

  • a strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure, or hospitality.
  • fill (someone) with anger, provoking it.
  • irritation.

Anomalous

  • deviating from what is standard, normal or expected.
  • deviating from or inconsistent with the common order, form or rule, irregular abnormal.
  • not fitting into a common or familiar type classification, or pattern, unusual.

Apathetic

  • describes the feeling of being bored with what’s going on around you – if you don’t care one way or another.
  • having or showing little or no emotion.
  • not interested not concerned (spiriteless.)
  • showing no interest or energy and unwilling to take action ; no enthusiasm.

Arbitrary

  • a short amusing or interesting story about a real incident or person.
  • a brief, relieving account of an individual.

Aristocratic

  • the highest class in certain societies; typically comprising of ‘noble’ birth holding hereditary titles and offices.
  • traditionally, the disproportionate concentreation of wealth, social status, and political influence in the aristocracy had been presented by the middle class and the lower class.

Arrogance

  • the quality og being arrogant (self-importance); having or revealing an exxaggerated sense of one’s own importance or abilities.
  • an attitude of superiority manifested in an overbearing manner or in presumptuous claims or assumptions.
  • overbearing assumption.
  • when a person believes he or she is better than others and knows more than everyone else, or when a person believes he is capable of something he really isn’t.
  • When a person thinks he is never wrong.
  • behaces in a proud, unpleasant way towards other people..\
  • Haughtiness (disdainful – superiority and show lack of respect to others.

Authority

  • the power or right to give orders, make decisions and enforce obedience.
  • a person or organisatin having political or administrative power or control.
  • the power of influence others, especially because of one’s commanding manner or one’s recognised knowledge about something.
  • the confident quality of someone who knows a lot about someone or who is respected or obeyed by other people.

A Feeling

  • an emotional state or reaction.
  • an idea, or belief, especially a vague or irrational one.
  • the capacity to experience the sensory of touch.
  • a sensitivity to or intuitive understanding.
  • showing emotion or sensitivity.
  • be aware of ( a person or object) through touching or being touched.
  • have a belief or impression, especially without an identifiable reason.
  • closely related to reaction and emotions.

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