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Math More math Talking it up Little or none Main ideas 10 20 30 40 50 The Academic Word List: Subsets 3 and 4
One after the other, in order X
X This word may be used to denote scope, importance, magnitude, size.
This word may be used to denote the amount of a three-dimensional object. X
Two side-by-side, never-meeting lines may be denoted by this word. X
This is the result of adding. X
X This is not right.
X This word denotes limits or boundaries.
X A bunch of numbers following a pattern may be denoted by this word.
X This is what we call a figure that is somewhat reliable.
X A numerical fact
X A responsive remark
X A serious, back-and-forth, reasoned argument, often in a formal setting
X This is what you do when you emphasize.
X This is what you do when you give an exact example.
X This is what you do when you say yes.
X This is what you do when you leave someone or something out.
X This is what you do when you cancel, annul, or deny.
X This is what you call something of lesser importance.
X This is the opposite of encourage or push forward.
X delete, omit
X Main, foremost, primary; Also, the headmaster
X Make the most of
X Be the boss.
X Considering everything
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