Academic Words for Success at School (Top 1000+ Terms from New Academic Word List)/
Advanced Deck 11

Advanced Deck 11

Total: 20 words

render

verb

to cause somebody to be in a certain condition

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weave

verb

to make cloth, a carpet, a basket, or other product by crossing threads or narrow pieces of material across, over, and under each other by hand or using a machine called a loom

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symbolic

adjective

representing a larger quality

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harvest

noun

the time of year to bring crops in from the fields

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articulate

verb

to express, pronounce, or state in a clear, distinct, fluent, or coherent way

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competence

noun

the quality or state of having sufficient knowledge, judgment, skill, or strength (as for a particular duty or in a particular respect)

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differentiate

verb

to see or show a difference between things

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revolutionary

adjective

a significant change in something

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coherent

adjective

consistent and orderly; logically connected

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empirical

adjective

based on, derived from, or relying on experience, experiment, or observation

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statistical

adjective

about statistics

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rational

adjective

sensible; based on facts

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strategic

adjective

necessary to or important in the initiation, conduct, or completion of a strategic plan

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reproduce

verb

to make a copy of, or to make again or repeat

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reproduction

noun

the process of producing the next generation

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quantitative

adjective

relating to the quantity, measure, or amount of something rather that its quality

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horizon

noun

the line where the earth or sea meets the sky

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ritual

noun

an activity, ceremony, or set of actions that are always done in the same way or at the same time, especially as part of a religion

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sin

noun

a wrong, bad, or inappropriate act, often under religious or moral law

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substitution

noun

a person or thing acting or serving in place of another; the act of putting (a person or thing) in the place of another

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