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  1. to look at or think about the different parts or details of sth carefully in order to
    understand or explain it
    analyse (verb)
  2. 1. the careful examination of the different parts or details of sth
    analysis (noun)
  3. using careful examination in order to understand or explain sth
    analytical (adj.), also analytic
  4. a person whose job is to examine sth carefully as an expert
    analyst (noun)
  5. 1. to come near or nearer to sb/ sth
    • approach (verb)
    • - erreichen, nähern
  6. 2. to deal with a problem, a situation, etc
    • approach (verb)
    • - herangehen
  7. 3. to speak to sb usually in order to ask for sth
    • approach (verb)
    • - nach etw. fragen
  8. friendly and easy to talk to
    • approachable (adj.)    
    • - zugänglich
  9. 1. a part of a town, a country, the world, subject or activity
    area (noun)
  10. 2. the size of a surface that you can calculate by multiplying the length by the width
    area (noun)
  11. 3. a space used for a particular activity
    area (noun)
  12. to judge, appraise or evaluate somebody or something.
    • assess (verb)
    • - beurteilen, bewerten, Wert bestimmen
  13. to regard something as true
    • assume (verb)
    • - vermuten, annehmen
  14. to adopt a certain attitude
    • assume (verb)
    • - eine Haltung annehmen
  15. persons, esp. in government, having the power or right to enforce orders, laws, etc.,
    a government agency that administers a project
    • authority (noun)
    • - Behörde
  16. a person with much knowledge or experience in some field, whose information or
    opinion is hence reliable
    • authority (noun)
    • - Kompetenz
  17. reliable because coming from one who is an expert or properly qualified
    • authoritative (adj.)    
    • - autoritativ, bestimmt
  18. accessible, obtainable, free for use
    • available (adj.)
    • - erhältlich
  19. an available person or thing, the quality or state of being available
    • availability (noun)
    • - Vorhandensein
  20. something that promotes well-being, useful aid
    • benefit (noun)
    • - Vorteil, Nutzen
  21. to receive benefit, to be useful or profitable
    • benefit (verb)
    • - begünstigen
  22. receiving or entitling one to receive advantage, use or benefit
    • beneficial (adj.)
    • - vorteilhaft
  23. something conceived (ausgedachtes) in the mind, idea
    • concept (noun)
    • - Konzept
  24. Auffassung, Vorstellung
  25. In Begriffe fassen, begrifflich denken
    conceptualise, conceptualize
  26. relating to or consisting of concepts
    • conceptual (adj.)
    • - konzeptionell
  27. To be composed or made up
    consist of (verb)
  28. The state or quality of holding or sticking together and retaining shape
    • consistency (noun)
    • - Konsistenz
  29. Conformity with previous attitudes, behaviour, practice, etc.
    • consistent (adj)
    • - übereinstimmen, entsprechen
  30. continually occurring or recurring
    • constant (adj.)
    • - beständig
  31. something invariable or unchanging
    • constant (noun)
    • - Konstante
  32. to form or make up (aufstellen), to compose, to represent, to set up (an institution)
    • constitute (verb)
    • - darstellen, begründen
  33. the principles on which a state is governed, a person’s state of health
    • constitution (noun)
    • - Verfassung
  34. a body of citizens entitled to elect a representative, an electoral district,
    a group or body that patronizes, supports, or offers representation
    • constituency (noun)
    • - Wählerschaft
  35. to force by imposed stricture, restriction, or limitation; confine
    • constrain (verb)
    • - behindern, beschränken
  36. the part of a text or statement that surrounds a particular word or passage and determines its meaning, the circumstances in which an event occurs, a setting
    • context (noun)
    • - Kontext
  37. to make or become shorter, narrower or generally smaller.
    • contract (verb)
    • - kürzen, schrumpfen
  38. slightly formal to catch or become ill with a disease.
    • contract (verb)
    • - erkranken, infizieren
  39. - Vertrag, Abkommen, Auftrag
    (- beauftragen lassen)
    • - contract
    • (- to contract)
  40. vertraglich
  41. to make something new, especially to invent something.
    • create (verb)
    • - schaffen (zb. Stellen schaffen)
    • - erschaffen
  42. information, especially facts or numbers, collected to be examined and considered and used to help decision-making, or information in an electronic form that can be stored and
    processed by a computer.
    data (noun)
  43. To state the precise meaning of word; to describe the nature or basic qualities
    • define (verb)
    • - definieren
  44. A definition is a formal passage describing the meaning of a term (a word
    or phrase).
    definition (noun)
  45. formed or developed from something else; not original
    • derived (adj.)
    • - abgeleitet
    • - kommt von, ableiten
  46. Make available
    • distribute (verb)
    • - verteilen, verbreiten
  47. The commercial activity of transporting and selling goods from a producer
    to a consumer
    • distribution (noun)
    • - Vertrieb
  48. the management of the resources of a community, the prosperity or earnings of a
    • economy (noun)
    • - Wirtschaft
  49. pertaining to the producion, distribution, use of income, wealth and
    commodities or to the science of economics
    • economic (adj.)
    • - wirtschaftlich
  50. avoiding waste or extravagance, thrifty, saving, provident, sparing,parsimonious, careful and saving use of resources, implies prudent planning
    • economical (adj.)
    • - ökonomisch
  51. to calculate approximately, to form an approximate idea of a quantity
    • estimate (verb)
    • - schätzen
  52. overvalue, make too high an estimate
    • overestimate (verb)
    • - überschätzen
  53. unterschätzen
    overestimate (verb)
  54. 1. The surroundings in which a person, animal, or plant lives.
    environment (noun):
  55. 2. The natural world of land, sea, air, plants, and animals.
    environment (noun)
  56. 1. To find/to set up something.
    • establish (verb)
    • - gründen
  57. 2. To introduce and put something into force.
    • establish (verb)
    • -initiieren, einführen
  58. 3. To prove the validity or truth of something.
    • establish (verb)
    • - begründen
  59. Something settled or accepted.
    • established (adj.)
    • - bekannt, bewährt, etabliert
  60. An institution or organization.
    establishment (noun)
  61. easy to see or understand, readily apparent
    • evident (adj.)
    • - offensichtlich, klar
  62. A thing that is helpful in forming a conclusion or judgment, basis for belief or disbelief.
    evidence (noun)
  63. to send or transport abroad, especially for trade or sale
    export (verb)
  64. any of the forces, conditions, influences, etc, that act with others to bring about a result
    • factor (noun)
    • - Faktor (factors: Faktoren)
  65. a whole number which, when multiplied by one or more whole numbers, produces a given number
    Factor (in Mathematics)
  66. to consider
    • to factor (verb)
    • - einbeziehen, betrachten, berücksichtigen
    • -> consider ist ein Synonym
  67. the science of the control of (esp. public) money
    • finance (noun)
    • - Finanzwirtschaft
  68. to provide money for
    • finance [verb]
    • - finanzieren
  69. as regards (Betrachtung) money
    • financially [adv.]
    • - finanziell
  70. a series of letters, numbers or symbols that represent a rule or law
    Formula [noun, mathematics]
  71. a particular method of doing or achieving sth
    • formula (for sth / for doing sth)
    • - Formel...
  72. special activity or purpose of a person or a thing, in mathematics a quantity whose value depends on the varying values of others
    • function (noun)
    • - Funktion
  73. to work in the correct way
    • function (verb)
    • - funktionieren
  74. to recognize sb/sth and be able to say who or what they are
    identify (verb)
  75. The money that a person, a region, a country, etc. earns from work.
    • income (noun)
    • - Einkommen
  76. to be or give a sign or symptom of; imply
    • indicate (verb)
    • - andeuten
  77. to point out or show (a place, direction, person, thing; spatially or figuratively)
    • indicate (verb)
    • - hinweisen, zeigen
  78. a sign or something that suggests certain traits
    • indication (noun)
    • - Anzeichen, Hinweis, Indiz
  79. separate and distinct from others of the same kind.
    • individual (adj)
    • - einzel, persönlich
  80. a single person, esp. when regarded as distinguished from others
    • individual (noun)
    • - Einzelmensch, Individuum
  81. to construe the significance or intention of
    interpret (verb)
  82. a person who interprets; specif., a person whose work is translating a foreign language orally, as in a conversation between people speaking different languages
    • interpreter (noun)
    • - Dolmetscher, Übersetzer
  83. to convey or represent the spririt or meaning of a poem, song, etc. in performance
    interpret (verb)
  84. to contain something, to include
    • involve (verb)
    • - enthalten
  85. to result in something
    • involve (verb)
    • - verbunden sein, verknüpft sein, verursachen
  86. Participation
    • Involvement (noun)
    • - Teilnahme, Involvation
  87. to publish something
    • issue something (verb)
    • - herausbringen
  88. matter of dispute, the affair, the business, the matter
    • issue (noun)
    • - Problem, Angelegenheit
  89. Employee, workman
    • labour (noun)
    • - Arbeiter
  90. Work
    • labour (noun)
    • - Arbeit
  91. to work very hard
    • to labour (verb)
    • - sich abmühen, abquälen
    • - hart arbeiten
  92. something that it is connected with the law; something that it is allowed by law
    legal (adj.)
  93. against the law; not allowed by law
    illegal (adj.), illegally (adv.)
  94. as stated by the law
    legally (adv.)
  95. if a government legislates, it makes a new law
    • legislate / legislated / legislates (verb)
    • - Gesetze erlassen, geben
  96. a law or set of laws suggested by a government and made official by a parliament
    • legislation (noun)
    • - Recht, Gesetzgebung
  97. the group of people in a country or part of a country who have the power to make and change laws
    • legislature (noun)
    • - Legislative, Gesetzgebung
  98. [before noun] more important, bigger or more serious than others of the same type.
    • major (adj.)
    • - haupt-
    • - wichtigste
  99. major in something; to study something as your main subject at university.
    • major (verb)
    • - etw. im Hauptfach studieren
  100. in an election, when someone has the support of more than half of the voters.
    • majority / majorities (noun, pl.)
    • - Mehrheit
  101. A means or manner of procedure, especially a regular and systematic way of accomplishing something
    method (noun)
  102. appear, present itself in the course of events, come to mind
    • occur (verb)
    • - auftreten, erscheinen
  103. To take place; come about
    • occur (verb)
    • - auftreten
  104. Out of each hundred; per hundred
    percent (adv/noun)
  105. 1. a length of time
    period (noun)
  106. 2. a fixed time during the life of a person or in history
    period (noun)
  107. 3. the bleeding from a woman's womb that happens once a month when she is not pregnant
    period (noun)
  108. a magazine or newspaper, especially on a serious subject, that is published regularly
    • periodical (noun)
    • - Magazine, Zeitschrift
  109. a set of ideas or a plan of what to do in particular situations that has been agreed officially by a group of people, a business organization, a government or a political party
    • policy (noun)
    • - Politik
  110. document showing an agreement you have made with an insurance company
    • policy (noun)
    • - Police (Versicherungspolice)
  111. a basic idea or rule that explains or controls how something happens or works
    principle (noun)
  112. If you agree with or believe something in principle, you agree with the idea in general, although you might not support it in reality or in every situation
    In principle (noun)
  113. the searching, the analysis of something, the exploration
    research (noun)
  114. to answer; to react to something
    • respond (verb)
    • - reagieren, antworten
  115. reacting easily or readily to suggestion or appeal
    • responsive (adj.)
    • - reaktionsfähig
  116. the function of something; the business of someone
    role (noun)
  117. part of something larger
    section (noun)
  118. a part of a country’s economic or business activity
    sector (noun)
  119. a part of an area, especially an area that is controlled by the armed forces
    sector (noun)
  120. very large or noticeable, obvious, clear
    • significant (adjective)
    • - offensichtlich, erheblich, massgeblich
  121. important, major, key, crucial
    • significant (adjective)
    • - wichtig, wesentlich
  122. having a resemblance in appearance, character, or quantity, without being identical
    • similar (adj.)
    • - ähnlich
  123. beginning, point of supply
    • source (noun)
    • - Ursprung, Quelle
  124. to obtain (parts, materials, etc.) from a source of supply, to identify the source of (information, quotations, etc.)
    • source (verb)
    • - beziehen, erhalten
  125. restricted to a particular individual, situation, relation, or effect; free from ambiguity
    • specific (adj.)
    • - spezifisch, genau
  126. construction
    • structure (subst)
    • - Gebäude
  127. composition
    • structure (subst)
    • - Zusammensetzung, Aufbau
  128. coordinate, organise, reconstitute
    • structure (verb)
    • - strukturieren
  129. a method of accomplishing (erreichen) a desired aim
    technique (noun)
  130. a formal statement of the rules on which a subject of study is based or of ideas which are suggested to explain a fact or event (opinion, explanation).
    theory (noun)
  131. Something that is likely to vary; something that is subject to variation
    variable (noun)
  132. Widely different
    • varied (adj.)
    • - abwechslungsreich
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