Vocabularies

abstract

1. abstract something (from something) to remove something from somewhereShe abstracted the main poi

abstraction

1. [ countable , uncountable ] ( ) a general idea not based on any particular real person, thing o

abstract

1. based on general ideas and not on any particular real person, thing or situation. A type of p

accuracy

[ uncountable ] the state of being exact or correct; the ability to do something skilfully without m

accurate

1. correct and true in every detailan accurate description/account/calculationaccurate information/d

acknowledge

1. to accept that something is trueacknowledge something She refuses to acknowledge the need for ref

acknowledgement

1. [ singular , uncountable ] an act of accepting that something exists or is true, or that somethi

aggregate

[ usually passive ] aggregate something (with something) ( technical ) to put together different it

allocate

to give something officially to somebody/something for a particular purposeallocate something (for s

allocation

1. [ countable ] an amount of money, space, etc. that is given to somebody for a particular purposeW

assign

1. to give somebody something that they can use, or some work or responsibilityassign something (to

assignment

1. [ countable , uncountable ] a task or piece of work that somebody is given to do, usually as par

attach

1. [ transitive ] to fasten or join one thing to another compare detachattach something I attach a
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