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autonomous

autonomous

/ɔˈtɑnəməs/
adjective
(of a person) able to do things and make decisions independently
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We're definitely going to see autonomous aircraft well before autonomous driving at scale.

So we just got back from a fully autonomous flight with Xwing.

Both companies aim to bring autonomous planes to the air cargo industry first.

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creepy

creepy

/ˈkɹipi/
adjective
strange or unnatural in a way that might cause uneasiness or slight fear
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Don't go being creepy to people.

and that's also creepy.

but it's just too damn creepy.

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mean

mean

/ˈmin/
adjective
not willing to spend money or use something; cheap or stingy
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Or they may have great ambition but lack the means to reach their goals.

DNA is another conclusive means of identification because each person's DNA is unique.

Automation means that businesses use machines instead of people to do work.

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sulky

sulky

/sˈʌlki/
adjective
ill-tempered and in a bad mood, tending to sulk

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consistent

consistent

/kənˈsɪstənt/
adjective
following the same course of action or behavior over time
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The products themselves are colorful, quirky, and have a consistent branding.

Japanese companies also made major innovations in manufacturing that yielded low production costs and strong, consistent product quality.

But we have consistent work again.

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conventional

conventional

/kənˈvɛnʃənəɫ/
adjective
(of a person) tending to follow the social norms, or to accept traditional views
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The chemicals in conventional concrete can harm sea creatures.

Conventional jets need about 3,000 feet for takeoff.

Some less conventional survival tools are supplied by the pilots themselves.

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efficient

efficient

/ɪˈfɪʃənt/
adjective
(of a person) working in an organized, careful, and quick way
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Many big cities have made efficient use of their land by going vertical.

And it's the most time efficient for an American audience.

Don't you think that we might know what is more accessible or what is more efficient?

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flexible

flexible

/ˈfɫɛksəbəɫ/
adjective
ready and able to change and adapt to different conditions
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Matthews: Probably a theme going into next year will be that everything's fluid and we have to remain flexible.

This is an example of a flexible collaboration space.

We've been very methodical about opening offices, very flexible about managing the state that they're in.

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cooperative

cooperative

/koʊˈɑpɝˌeɪtɪv/
adjective
willing to work with others to reach a shared goal
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I know you've talked about this term cooperative capitalism.

I think that it's a cooperative role between the private sector and the public sector.

So that's the idea of cooperative capitalism.

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idealistic

idealistic

/aɪˌdiəˈɫɪstɪk/
adjective
believing that good things can happen or perfection can be achieved, while it is nearly impossible
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The Mark that I knew was really idealistic.

I'm idealistic.

Constructing Lenin as some kind of idealistic pacifist just goes against historical facts.

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tolerant

tolerant

/ˈtɑɫɝənt/
adjective
showing respect to what other people say or do even when one disagrees with them
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And Frederick also welcomed religious exiles from less tolerant regimes as a way of building the Prussian population 7.

The Mongols were almost unprecedentedly tolerant of different religions.

As a result, politics is no longer about seeking compromise and consensus through tolerant democratic institutions.

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vulnerable

vulnerable

/ˈvəɫnɝəbəɫ/
adjective
prone to harm or abuse, either emotionally or physically; exposed
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We just wanted to get away especially because nobody else was around, and we're vulnerable.

So those are just some good things and bad things about being vulnerable on the Internet.

And then nobody talked about how people with disabilities can be and are more vulnerable to suicide ideation.

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industrious

industrious

/ˌɪnˈdəstɹiəs/
adjective
hard-working and productive
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This industrious structure simultaneously acts as a storehouse, a manufacturing hub, and a processing plant.

Uh, we have here an industrious young tech wiz and a highly spirited former tank driver.

Being in the streets and just watching the response from everyone that's industrious.

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even-tempered

even-tempered

/ˈiːvəntˈɛmpɚd/
adjective
usually calm and not easily annoyed

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rebellious

rebellious

/ɹəˈbɛɫjəs/, /ɹɪˈbɛɫjəs/
adjective
not willing to follow rules or accept norms and standards; showing resistance to authority
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But this rebellious band of scholars gleefully ignored conventional wisdom.

And if they're rebellious, they don't need streaks in their hair.

And then I got Fs, until I got rebellious.

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insensitive

insensitive

/ˌɪnˈsɛnsətɪv/, /ˌɪnˈsɛnsɪtɪv/
adjective
not caring about other people's feelings
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So I feel like that's why I realized it's insensitive.

Although if you're on the insensitive side, you're kind of insensitive.

I mean this is very cultural insensitive.

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clumsy

clumsy

/ˈkɫəmzi/
adjective
doing things or moving in a way that lacks control and care, usually causing accidents
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And that this clumsy process could not be possible for the majestic beauty of our world.

This is great if you're a little bit clumsy.

I get so clumsy when I'm wet, you know?

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passive

passive

/ˈpæsɪv/
adjective
accepting what happens or not opposing what other people do or say
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This four-legged officer is Biscuit, and like Spike, Biscuit is trained in passive response.

and I felt that was a bit passive aggressive.

Passive investing has all been geared toward retail.

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dissatisfied

dissatisfied

/dɪˈsætəsˌfaɪd/
adjective
not pleased or satisfied with something, because it is not as good as we expected; displeased
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Faust, a dissatisfied scholar, pledges his soul to the devil in exchange for bottomless pleasure.

There are certainly some people who are disappointed and dissatisfied with their economic status, and they look for scapegoats.

Anyway, the IBM guys were very dissatisfied.

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arrogant

arrogant

/ˈɛɹəɡənt/
adjective
having a proud, unpleasant attitude toward others and showing an exaggerated sense of self-importance
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They trade pragmatic advice, friendly jokes and not-so-friendly barbs about their arrogant peers.

-There's a lot of arrogant people.

I came over this hill expecting sort of arrogant rich White kids.

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enthusiastic

enthusiastic

/ɪnˌθuziˈæstɪk/
adjective
very excited about or interested in someone or something
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and not everybody was enthusiastic about joining.

And enthusiastic foreplay that is better than the main event.

- Where do you stand on the KJ Apa enthusiastic shirtless dancing on Tik Tok?

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sympathetic

sympathetic

/ˌsɪmpəˈθɛtɪk/
adjective
showing care and understanding toward other people, especially when they are not feeling good
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So, this is where I tell you that you’re lucky to have a sympathetic nervous system.

One of the two divisions of your autonomic nervous system is called the sympathetic system.

So it was called the sympathetic system, from the Greek words for feeling together.

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pessimistic

pessimistic

/ˌpɛsəˈmɪstɪk/
adjective
having or showing a negative view of the future and always waiting for something bad to happen
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Thomas Malthus, he was so pessimistic.

When I wrote that essay, I was in a pessimistic mood.

Or there are some people that are pessimistic as well.

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stubborn

stubborn

/ˈstəbɝn/
adjective
unwilling to change one's attitude or opinion despite good reasons
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I am very stubborn.

I'm very stubborn.

"Ours is a very stubborn child, "but is extremely dear to us.

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moody

moody

/ˈmudi/
adjective
characterized by sudden changes of mood, typically with no apparent reason
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I'm moody sometimes.

It's moody cool new kid, KJ1.

He may have been moody, he may have been hard to love.

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appreciative

appreciative

/əˈpɹiʃiˌeɪtɪv/, /əˈpɹiʃjətɪv/
adjective
feeling satisfaction and showing gratitude
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And we would all say thank you very much, that's very appreciative.

Frankly, I am just very appreciative that anyone likes watching these videos at all.

So we were totally appreciative of his efforts to improve this problem.

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adept

adept

/əˈdɛpt/
adjective
being good at doing something that needs skill and care
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And we have to be adept at doing different things.

He's incredibly adept at understanding blockchains and crypto and that whole world, you know.

Right now, Democrats are more adept at using tech for relational organizing.

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aloof

aloof

/əˈɫuf/
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unfriendly or reluctant to socializing
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They're aloof and do not engage with strangers or conduct small talk.

Well I just don't know whether to be vulnerable, aloof, funny.

They're rather aloof, as a lot of Hounds are, but they make wonderful companions.

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benevolent

benevolent

/bəˈnɛvəɫənt/
adjective
generous and kind; displaying kindness
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Eleven benevolent elephants, try it.

Now you, aspiring benevolent dictator, may want to help your citizens,... ...

Are you some benevolent spirit of television?

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brainy

brainy

/ˈbɹeɪni/
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very smart
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Maybe Anna's power will be something more brainy?

She's the brainy pig.

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intense

intense

/ˌɪnˈtɛns/
adjective
(of people) extremely serious with strong feelings and opinions
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That adjusts the pH level after weeks of intense chemical treatment.

Let me know what you think are the most intense aspects of training.

Initial flight-attendant training is six weeks of intense training.

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materialistic

materialistic

/məˌtɪɹiəˈɫɪstɪk/
adjective
concerned with money and possessions in an excessive way
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I'm not a materialistic person, and I'm not asking to make a million dollars.

I tell people, what people think about materialistic things.

Your vision board can be as materialistic as you want.

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