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Term or phraseContextResource LinkPart of Speech/UsageDefinitionsSynonyms (separated by semicolons)Italian Translation Notes
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aberrantaberrant behaviorhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Z9WVZddH9w#t=2h09m50sadjectivebehavior that departs from what is accepted as normal or conformingnon-conforming; deviantAberrante, anomalo, che devia dalla norma
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aberratedadjectivemade deviant or abnormal
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abhorrentadjectivehated, loathed, disliked
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actuallyadverbreally, truely, in fact, indeed
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all we can donoun phraseeverything that is possible
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AmericaProper noun
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arrive at decisionspredicate words: verb & modifying phraseto make up one's mind, to determine, to resolve or settle on a choice
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beltagricultural beltnounportion of a country used for farming
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biasnounprejudice, having a fixed idea that is often derived from some aspect of culture such as social, economic, or religious stratification
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break faith withPredicate words: verb & objectBE DISLOYAL TO, be unfaithful to, be untrue to, betray, play someone false, break one's promise to, fail, let down; double-cross, deceive, cheat, stab in the back; informal do the dirty on.
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carrying capacitynoun phraseIn relation to Earth's resources, the potential to sustain without depletion
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CDcertificate of deposit/compact disc?
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civil libertiescompound nounfundamental human or individual rights
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Collateralized Debt Obligation (CDO)Proper compound nouna form of investment-grade security that is usually backed by pools of non-mortgage bonds, loans, or other assets
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common heritagecompound nouna legacy or birthright that is the same for all people
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compliance officercompound noun
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computerizationnoun the control of processes by computerscybernation
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computerizedadjectiveto furnish with a computer or computer system OR to enter, process, or store (information) in a computer or system of computers.
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conditionnoun
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conditioningnoun or verb
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conspicuousadjectiveobvious to the eye or mind; "a tower conspicuous at a great distance"
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conspicuous consumptioncompound nounwasteful or excessive spending as a display of wealth or in order to maintain or achieve a higher level of social status.
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Contour Craftingcompound noun
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Controlnoun
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conveyornoun
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Corporationnouna group of people (business) authorized by law to act as a legal personality & have its own powers, duties, and liabilities separate from its individual members
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Corporatocracynouna government that serves the interest of, and may be run by, corporations and involves ties between government and business
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cybernatedadj or verbcontrolled or managed by computers computerized
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cybernationnoun the control of processes by computercomputerization
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cybernatornounan individual who prefers to interact and develop relationships with other people online rather than in person
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decision makingcompound noun
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Deregulationnoun
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designnoun/verb(n) a plan of construction, or (v) to devise a plan of construction
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designedverbplanned or constructedengineered
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designernouna person who constructs a planan engineer
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directed at
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Dutch Hunger WinterProper compund noun
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dynamic equilibriumcompound nouncondition in which the rate of loss in a system is equal to the rate of gain, resulting in a steady state
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Economic hitmencompound nounagents employed by multi-national corporations and wealthy elites to funnel trillions of dollars from international foreign aid organizations to the world’s wealthiest families. Acting on a global scale, these agents have been known to pay off and extort politicians, rig elections, produce fraudulent financial reports, and even resort to sex and murder to achieve their objectives.
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empathynounthe ability to share feelings of others
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Establishmentnoun
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eventuallyadverbone day, sometime in the future, when all is said and done
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False flag attackscompound nounclandestine operations used in warfare, terrorism, or as a governmental means of deceiving the public, intended to divert blame from the perpetrators of an action and implicate another group in order incite public support for military reprisal against them
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Fractional reservecompound noun
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gene expressioncompound noun
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government bondscompound nounA government bond is a bond issued by a national government denominated in the country's own currency. (In a US government bond, it is a debt on top of existing debt where the US government exchanges with the Federal Reserve a US government bond in exchange for fiat currency in the denomination value of the bond.)
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hedge fundscompound nounA hedge fund is a lightly regulated investment fund that is typically open to a limited range of investors who pay a performance fee to the fund's investment manager. Typically, hedge funds are open only to a limited range of professional or wealthy investors who meet criteria set by regulators, and are accordingly exempted from many of the regulations that govern ordinary investment funds.
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incomenounwages, salary, earnings, payment for labor
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Indoctrinationnountrain, teach according to what is desired; the indoctrinated person is expected not to question or critically examine the doctrine they have learned
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Ingenuitynouncleverness, skillfulness, imagination, good thinking, inventiveness, resourcefulness
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inventorynouna listing of objects or items as in goods, stock, or merchandise
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Jackalsnoun
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jingoisticI'm sorry to say to all the politicians out there:
jingoistic, patriotic...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sr7-Qbbrwyw#t=8m49sadjectiveCountry that is characterized by extreme nationalism characterized especially by a belligerent foreign policy; chauvinistic patriotism
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(Am) labor; (Brit)labour noun or verbwork one must do to earn a living, wage, payment
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life groundcompound noun
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Life Sequence of Valuehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Z9WVZddH9w#t=48m20sProper compund noun
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life systemcompound noun
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live coordinates
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machine automationcompound nounthe use of control systems and information technologies to reduce the need for human work in the production of goods and services
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mag-lev traincompound noun
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MalthusianProper Adj or Noun
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Market SystemProper compound noun
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measurenoun or verb
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Mechanizationnoun
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mind-numbingnoun phrasethat which causes one to become unfeeling, uncaring, boring, uninspiring
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monetary systemcompound nounanything that is generally accepted as a standard of value and a measure of wealth in a particular country or regionmedium of exchange
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money demandcompound nounthat which those who have purchacing power need, want or wish to buy
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Money Sequence of ValueProper compound noun
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money supplycompound noun
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more than enoughadjective (modifying) phrasethat which exceeds what is necessary or neededplenty, abundance
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mortgagenoun or verb
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Nature versus Nurturenoun phrasean argument about whether human behavior results from what is physically inherited (inborn) or from one's exposure to a particular culture or environment
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negative retroactioncompound noun
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Nurturenoun the way a person is raised as a result of his/her particular culture or environment
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Paradigmnounassumptions, concepts, values, and practices that constitutes a way of viewing reality for the community that shares them
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planned obsolescencenoun phrase
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pre-stressed concretenoun phrase
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Psychosocial StressProper noun
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raw materialcompound nouna natural resource
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RBEProper nounacronym for Resource Based Economy
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Realization noun
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reinforced concretenoun phrase
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Relationship noun
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renderingsnoun
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Resource-Based EconomyProper compound noun
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Role modelcompound noun
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Self-Appointed Guardians of the Status QuoProper compound noun
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service the debtpredicate words: verb & objectpay interest on
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Set systemcompound noun
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social concerncompound noun
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Social EnginneerProper noun
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sociocyberneering
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socioeconomic stratificationcompound noun
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step backnoun or verb mentally withdraw from a situation in order to consider it objectively
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Structural ClassismAnd it could be labeled “Structural Classism”.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Z9WVZddH9w#t=1h22m00sProper noun
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subsidiarynoun
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surveynoun or verb(n) method for collecting quantitative information about items in a population; (v) to collect quantitative information
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sweatshopcompound nounSweatshop (sweat factory) is a working environment considered to be unacceptably difficult or dangerous — especially by developed countries with high standards of living.
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