Vocabularies

institute

institute something ( ) to introduce a system, policy, etc. or start a processto institute criminal

institution

1. [ countable ] a large important organization that has a particular purpose, for example, a univer

institutional

[ usually before noun ] connected with an institutioninstitutional investorsinstitutional care

institutionalize

1. institutionalize somebody to send somebody who is not capable of living independently to live in

institutionalized

1. ( ) that has happened or been done for so long that it is considered normalinstitutionalized rac

invest

1. [ intransitive , transitive ] to buy property, shares in a company, etc. in the hope of making a

investment

1. [ uncountable ] the act of investing money in somethingto encourage foreign investmentinvestment

investor

a person or an organization that invests money in somethingsmall investors (= private people)institu

irrelevance

1. [ uncountable ] lack of importance to or connection with a situation Opposite relevancethe irre

irrelevant

not important to or connected with a situation Opposite relevanttotally/completely/largely irrelev

item

1. one thing on a list of things to buy, do, talk about, etcWhat's the next item on the agenda?2. a

itemize

(British English also ) itemize something to produce a detailed list of thingsThe report item

journal

1. a newspaper or magazine that deals with a particular subject or professiona scientific/trade jour
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