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concept
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/'kɒnsɛpt/ n. Syn. notion; idea
(concepto) something formed in the mind; thought or notion
The local chain concept is simple: identify your customer, cater to their tastes and once successful, expand within a neighborhood.
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conclude
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/kən'klu:d/ v. Syn. deduce; infer
(celebrar) enclose; reach as an end of reasoning; make final determination ; judge or decide; bring to an end
From his appearance we may safely conclude that he is a smoker.
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concurrent
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/kən'kʌrənt/ a. Syn. simultaneous; coincident
(concurrentes) simultaneous; coincident; occurring or operating at the same time
The Winter War fought between Finland and the Soviet Union, was a concurrent war to World War II, and thus is covered in its own main article.
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conduct
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/'kɒndʌkt/ v. Syn. accompany; direct
(conducta) direct the course of; manage or control; lead or guide
You cannot conduct business like this.
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confer
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/kən'fɜr(r)/ v.
(la CONFER) bestow; present; have a conference in order to talk something over
The sternest-seeming stoic is human after all; and to "burst" with boldness and good-will into "the silent sea" of their souls is often to confer on them the first of obligations.
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confine
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/kən'faɪn/ v. Syn. limit; circumscribe
(LIMITE) restrict in movement; circumscribe
You may take the maniac with you to England; confine her with due attendance and precautions at Thornfield.
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confirm
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/kən'fɜrm/ v. Syn. verify; corroborate
(CONFIRMAR) support or establish the certainty or validity of; verify
In the aftermath of Saturday's mass poisoning, the authorities imposed a virtual news blackout, refusing even to confirm how many people had died.
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conflict
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/'kɒnflɪkt/ n. Syn. fight; struggle
(CONFLICTO) fight; struggle; incompatibility of dates or events
Malnutrition rates have now been cut by half since the start of the conflict, according to the United Nations.
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conform
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/kən'fɔ:m/ v.
(CONFORME) comply with; follow; fit; meet
Why, in defiance of every precept and principle of this house, does she conform to the world so openly--here in an evangelical, charitable establishment--as to wear her hair one mass of curls?
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consent
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/kən'sɛnt/ v. Syn. accord; concur; allow
(CONSENTIMIENTO) agree in opinion or sentiment; be of the same mind; accord; concur; allow
They can still make speeches and advise and consent, however, they won't have any real power.
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consequent
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/'kɒnsɪkwənt/ a. Syn. resulting
(CONSECUENCIA) resulting; following as a logical conclusion
His retirement and consequent spare time enabled him to travel more.
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considerable
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/kən'sɪdərəb(ə)l/ a. Syn. significant
(considerables) worthy of consideration; large in amount, extent, or degree
The Tigers are insisting on an interim administration for the north east of the island, giving them considerable powers.
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consist
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/kən'sɪst/ v.
(CONSISTE) be made up or composed; be comprised or contained in
A sudden renewed interest in action movies from the early nineties whose titles consist of three words, one of which is usually either “kill”, “law” or “justice”.
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constant
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/'kɒnstənt/ a. Syn. invariable; repeating
(CONSTANTE) invariable; repeating; continually occurring; persistent
Yemen's state news agency says the president visited the three wounded officials at the Saudi hospital, and expressed happiness about constant progress in their health.
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constitute
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/'kɒnstɪtju:t/ v. Syn. form
(CONSTITUYEN) make up; form something
"I never did see the beat of that boy!" She went to the open door and stood in it and looked out among the tomato vines that would constitute the garden.
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constrain
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/kən'streɪn/ v. Syn. restrain; confine
(restringir) restrain; keep within close bounds; confine
His idea is to constrain commercial banks' lending.
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construct
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/kən'strʌkt/ v. Syn. erect; build
(construir) form by assembling or combining parts; build; create
After all, perhaps there were different ways to construct machines that would have different properties.
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consult
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/kən'sʌlt/ v.
(CONSULTAR) seek advice or information of; take into account; consider
I will consult with our friends, but it's going to be what's in the interests of our country first and foremost.
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consume
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/kən'sju:m/;/kən'su:m/ v. Syn. devour; eat
(consumo) devour; eat
It is particularly an issue for those that have made large strides in industrial development, the sector of the economy that tends to consume the most energy.
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contact
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/'kɒntækt/ v.
(CONTACTO) get in touch with; reach
But Britney, 21, says he called her at two of her homes, and even tried to contact her at her parents' house.
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