Vocabularies

interval

1. a period of time between two eventsThe interval between major earthquakes might be 200 years.He k

irrational

not based on, or not using, clear logical thought Synonym unreasonable Opposite rational [

lecture

1. [ intransitive ] lecture (in/on something) to give a talk or a series of talks to a group of peop

lecturer

1. a person who gives a lectureShe's a superb lecturer.2. (especially in Britain) a person who teach

migrant

1. a person who moves from one place to another, especially in order to find work compare emigrant

migrate

1. [ intransitive ] ( of birds, animals, etc. ) to move from one part of the world to another acco

migration

1. the movement of large numbers of people, birds or animals from one place to anotherseasonal migra

migratory

( technical ) connected with, or having the habit of, regular migrationmigratory flights/birds

minimum

1. (abbr. ) the smallest or lowest amount that is possible, required or recordedCosts should be k

ministerial

connected with a government minister or ministersdecisions taken at ministerial levela ministerial m

ministry

1. [ countable ] ( ) a government department that has a particular area of responsibilitythe Minist

bond

1. [ countable ] bond (between A and B) something that forms a connection between people or groups,

motivate

1. [ often passive ] motivate somebody to be the reason why somebody does something or behaves in a
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