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Asian

Asian

/ˈeɪʒən/
adjective
related to Asia or its people or culture
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People in other Asian countries learned the technique from them.

You have Asian people that are there.

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biological

biological

/ˌbaɪəˈɫɑdʒɪkəɫ/
adjective
relating to the science that studies living organisms
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Consistently failing to get enough sleep is the biological equivalent of consistently spending more money than you make.

His biological mom still follows me.

Although you could be birthing a biological child and this would happen.

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married

married

/ˈmɛɹid/
adjective
having a husband or wife

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bold

bold

/ˈboʊɫd/
adjective
brave and confident, with the ability to take risks

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confusing

confusing

/kənˈfjuzɪŋ/
adjective
not easy to understand
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My mind was full of confusing pictures and disturbed emotions.

OK, this is confusing.

It's so frustrating, so confusing.

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near

near

/ˈnɪɹ/
adjective
being in a place not far away

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productive

productive

/pɝˈdəktɪv/, /pɹəˈdəktɪv/, /pɹoʊˈdəktɪv/
adjective
producing good results
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And the place itself becomes much more productive, because collective creativity grows exponentially.

Today it is possible to be productive, keep in constant contact with associates, and have fun at the same time.

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mysterious

mysterious

/mɪˈstɪɹiəs/
adjective
strange and unknown; difficult or impossible to comprehend, identify, or explain

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mixed

mixed

/ˈmɪkst/
adjective
made up of or consisting of different types of people or things

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industrial

industrial

/ˌɪnˈdəstɹiəɫ/
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related to industry

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musical

musical

/ˈmjuzɪkəɫ/
adjective
relating to or containing music
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But what is there about human perception that allows us to hear sound as musical notes?

This initial burst of sound, called the attack, is not particularly musical.

Joe considered himself a good singer, but really his voice was not at all musical.

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virtual

virtual

/ˈvɝtʃuəɫ/
adjective
(computing) describing something that is generated through the use of software
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Are they putting the auto-generated captions on Facebook on when they're doing a virtual event?

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iconic

iconic

/ˌaɪˈkɑnɪk/
adjective
of, connected with, or having the attributes of an icon
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Company logos reached iconic status during the 50s and 60s.

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dense

dense

/ˈdɛns/
adjective
containing plenty of things or people in a small space

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attractive

attractive

/əˈtɹæktɪv/
adjective
pleasing or appealing to the senses; pleasant to look at

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psychological

psychological

/ˌsaɪkəˈɫɑdʒɪkəɫ/
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relating to or affecting the mind or the mental state

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conservative

conservative

/kənˈsɝvətɪv/
adjective
supporting traditional values and beliefs and not willing to accept change

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secure

secure

/sɪkˈjʊɹ/
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describing something that is away from danger

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ugly

ugly

/ˈəɡɫi/
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unpleasant or unattractive to look at; displeasing to the senses or the mind

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ongoing

ongoing

/ˈɑnˌɡoʊɪŋ/, /ˈɔnˌɡoʊɪŋ/
adjective
being in progress and taking place at the present moment
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If you want to follow the ongoing Google story, it is simple.

However, ongoing research suggests that erosion was not the problem people have assumed.

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competitive

competitive

/kəmˈpɛtətɪv/, /kəmˈpɛtɪtɪv/
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describing a situation in which teams or players are trying to defeat their rivals

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fellow

fellow

/ˈfɛɫoʊ/
adjective
used to refer to someone who is in a way similar to one or is in the same situation
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Company consultants and a network of fellow franchisees offer opportunities to discuss business problems.

Share this video to any fellow bisexual people you know that may be struggling with the same thing.

Anyways, fellow bisexual people, let me know how you feel about the announcement.

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brave

brave

/ˈbɹeɪv/
adjective
having no fear when doing dangerous or painful things

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fit

fit

/ˈfɪt/
adjective
in good health; healthy and strong, especially due to regular physical exercise

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radical

radical

/ˈɹædəkəɫ/, /ˈɹædɪkəɫ/
adjective
(of actions, ideas, etc.) very new and different from the norm

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