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Meaning: To make effective use of

Usage: Vitamin C helps your body utilise the iron present in your diet

Synonyms: make use of, use, employ

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Meaning: a person who lives or has their home in a place

Usage: The local residents were angry at the lack of parking spaces

Synonyms: inhabitant, local, house owner, native

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Meaning: (of two or more people or groups) feeling the same emotion, or doing the same thing to each other

Usage: Theirs were a partnership based on mutual respect, trust and understanding

Synonyms: reciprocal, reciprocated, returned, give-and-take

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MeaningThe act of someone coming to live in a different country 

Usage: After landing at the airport, you have to clear the immigration control and then collect your luggage

Synonyms: asylum seeker, diaspora, migrate

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MeaningThe people living in one particular area or people who are considered as a unit because of their common interests, social group or nationality

Usage: Drug trafficking is a matter of concern for the entire international community

Synonyms: alliance, assemblage, batch

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MeaningTo give something out to several people, or to spread or supply something

Usage: The company aims to distribute the profits to all shareholders. 

Synonyms: diseminate

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MeaningThe process of broadcasting or 

Usage: The company aims to distribute the profits to all shareholders. 

Synonyms: diseminate

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MeaningThe action that breaks or acts against something, especially a law, agreement, principle, or something that should be treated with respect

Usage: He claimed that the way he had been treated was a gross violation of his constitutional rights. 

Synonyms: infraction, misdemeanour

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MeaningTo explain or describe something clearly and exactly

Usage: The committee decided that they should meet again but did not specify a time. 

Synonyms: state, name, identify, define, describe, draw up, frame

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Meaning: Intervention in a dispute in order to resolve it.

Usage: The university has started a course which trains the local people for conflict mediation

Synonyms: conciliation, arbitration, reconciliation, intervention

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MeaningTo do or begin to do something, especially something that will take a long time or be difficult

Usage: The society rules specify that the new buyers are required to undertake civic services and present how they will improve the living conditions. 

Synonyms: tackle, take on, take up, accept

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MeaningAn event, or the rate at which something happens

Usage: There has been quite a few incidences of bullying in the school this year

Synonyms: occurrence, prevalence, rate, frequency, amount, degree, quantity, extent

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MeaningAn event that is either unpleasant or unusual

Usage: Despite fear of disruption, the committee meeting passed off without any incident

Synonyms: event, occurrence, occasion, episode, experience

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MeaningA service that is used by the public, such as electricity or gas supply or a train service

Usage: The utility of this substance has been proven through a series of tests and subsequent analysis of the results

Synonyms: usefulness, use, advantage, benefit, value, help, helpfulness

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Meaning: The system of rules and acceptable behaviour used at official ceremonies and occasions

Usage: The Geneva protocol of 1925 prohibits the use of poisonous gases in a war

Synonyms: agreement, treaty, entente, concord, concordat, convention, pact, deal, contract, settlement

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Meaning: Relating to or caused by your job

Usage: Back problems are an occupational hazard for any desk-bound office worker

Synonyms: job related, work, professional, vocational

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Meaning: To give someone official permission to do or have something

Usage: The universities make discoveries and  license them to a company

Synonyms: permit, allow, authorise

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Meaning: A model of a set of problems or events that can be used to teach someone how to do something, or the  process of making such a model

Usage: The citizens used computer software to create a simulation of likely crowding of markets during heavy rains 

Synonyms: clone, carbon copy

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Meaning: done with the hands (verb); used to describe features about a product (noun)

Usage: 75 manual workers will lose their jobs as a result of company cutbacks (verb)

He was driving a manual car when he only had license for an automatic (noun)

Synonyms: handbook, instructions, physical, blue-collar

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Meaning: A person whose job is to mediate in a disagreement 

Usage: The Prime Minister appointed a mediator and asked both sides to return to the negotiation table. 

Synonyms: arbitrator, arbiter, negotiator, conciliator, intermediary, moderator, middleman

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Meaning: Being or using the power produced when the nucleus of an atom is divided or joined to another nucleus

Usage: The government is having difficulty finding a safe  a depository for nuclear waste.

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