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however

however

/ˌhaʊˈɛvɝ/
adverb
used to indicate contrast or contradiction
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However, Segway riders do not sit on a seat.

There is hope, however, for new drug combinations.

It is very difficult, however, to implement these plans.

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firstly

firstly

/ˈfɝstɫi/
adverb
used to introduce the first fact, reason, etc.
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Firstly, the size, measured in both length and diameter.

Firstly, what is CBD?

Firstly, turbulence is always chaotic.

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furthermore

furthermore

/ˈfɝðɝˌmɔɹ/
adverb
in addition to what has just been stated; besides
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Furthermore, these sociable robots must be able to make appropriate facial expressions.

And furthermore, the rates were by class.

Furthermore, Harbin's stake in GNC was reviewed by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. in 2018.

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moreover

moreover

/mɔˈɹoʊvɝ/
adverb
used to support or add to what one has just said by giving new or more information
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Moreover each fisherman’s livelihood produced jobs for some five other people.

Moreover, the Germans themselves were experiencing the deprivation and losses of their loved ones 21.

Moreover, different policies have different multipliers.

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nevertheless

nevertheless

/ˌnɛvɝðəˈɫɛs/
adverb
despite what has just been said
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Nevertheless, he adds, there is no clear evidence of extreme soil degradation across the island.

Nevertheless, the phenomenon continued.

If you attack Ukraine, nevertheless, this is somehow a defensive rather than an offensive operation.

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to consider

to consider

/kənˈsɪdɝ/
verb
to think or believe in a particular way
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Marketing teams must consider such factors when they design a marketing campaign.

Consider the names of these cruise ship companies: Crystal, Princess, Royal Caribbean, and Celebrity.

Marketers must also consider how a product name will translate in other languages if the product is exported.

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agreed

agreed

/əˈɡɹid/
adjective
having the same opinion about something

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to confirm

to confirm

/kənˈfɝm/
verb
to show or say that something is the case, particularly by providing proof
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Dozens of studies have confirmed that psychotherapy is both effective and efficacious.

I'm not confirmed for anything yet.

confirmed cases of COVID-19 at the training center in Cape May, New Jersey.

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to negotiate

to negotiate

/nəˈɡoʊʃiˌeɪt/, /nɪˈɡoʊʃiˌeɪt/
verb
to discuss the terms of an agreement or try to reach one
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When recruits fail to negotiate the obstacle...

The manufacturers negotiate with Pharmacy Benefit Managers to be placed on PBM formularies in exchange for rebates.

It took a year at least to negotiate.

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to resolve

to resolve

/ɹiˈzɑɫv/
verb
to find an acceptable solution to a disagreement or difficulty
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Others have been dismissed on the grounds that the issue should be resolved by Congress, not the courts.

Some medical issues just cannot be resolved over the phone or over video and require an in-person visit.

People that want to get issues resolved with their Teslas.

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persuasive

persuasive

/pɝˈsweɪsɪv/
adjective
capable of persuading others to do or believe something particular
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Crafting a persuasive argument goes back to the foundations of rhetoric.

persuasive arguments were one important reason.

Statistics are persuasive.

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terms

terms

/ˈtɝmz/
noun
the conditions included in a contract or agreement

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understanding

understanding

/ˌəndɝˈstændɪŋ/
noun
an informal agreement that may be unspoken
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So to my understanding Lent is something done by Christians.

We have a better understanding of how these things go.

I have some understanding co-workers, and customers...

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acceptance

acceptance

/ækˈsɛptəns/, /əkˈsɛptəns/
noun
the act of agreeing with a belief, idea, statement, etc. and taking it as true
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So the social acceptance of fission is not very good.

A theory's acceptance, however, is often gladiatorial.

As taller you are, you have more acceptance window.

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alliance

alliance

/əˈɫaɪəns/
noun
an association between countries, organizations, political parties, etc. in order to achieve common interests
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Most recently, the company entered into an alliance called Blue Skies with Air France and the Dutch airline KLM.

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba launched an anti-counterfeiting alliance in 2017 after widespread criticism about fake goods on its platforms.

Much like Lavoisier, Avogadro's political alliances would get him into trouble.

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to appeal

to appeal

/əˈpiɫ/
verb
to officially ask a higher court to review and reverse the decision made by a lower court
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I should have confessed everything, as I do now, and appealed to your great generosity of spirit.

And this way of life doesn't appeal to younger generations.

But before launching salads, McDonald's tried another tactic to appeal to customers who wanted a healthier option.

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to collaborate

to collaborate

/kəˈɫæbɝˌeɪt/
verb
to work with someone else in order to create something or reach the same goal
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Thank you, Jazzy, for collaborating with me.

The two companies already collaborate.

The challenge about coming to Africa is really finding the right partners who is going to collaborate with you .

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to concede

to concede

/kənˈsid/
verb
to admit defeat in a competition, election, etc.
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Even Matze concedes that without Amazon, Parler's path forward is dire.

So, many libertarians concede that the physical world itself is deterministic.

We will never give up, we will never concede, it doesn't happen.

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to consent

to consent

/kənˈsɛnt/
verb
to give someone permission to do something or to agree to do it
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But, the other people who are featured, they didn't consent.

Consenting adults can do what they want.

And they didn't consent to being part of an experiment.

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to cooperate

to cooperate

/ˈkwɑpɝˌeɪt/, /koʊˈɑpɝˌeɪt/
verb
to work with other people in order to achieve a common goal
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Some people may be unwilling to cooperate with government efforts to help them.

Hello, are you cooperating?

This video is cooperating.

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to intervene

to intervene

/ˌɪntɝˈvin/
verb
to intentionally become involved in a difficult situation in order to improve it or prevent it from getting worse
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So why isn't the FDA intervening?

But then, we intervened.

New learning drives out old learning when insufficient time intervenes.

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to submit

to submit

/səbˈmɪt/
verb
to accept the control, authority, or superiority of someone or something; to agree to something for this reason
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And if you're somebody that's submitting them to your favorite YouTubers, there you go.

Several different airlines submitted bids.

And so companies now don't have to submit their plans to the EPA.

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treaty

treaty

/ˈtɹiti/
noun
an official agreement between two or more governments or states
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The first international treaty was adopted.

So, various international treaties, like the Geneva Protocol of 1925, allowed countries to still manufacture tear gas.

It also votes on how the EU budget is spent and on international treaties.

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truce

truce

/ˈtɹus/
noun
an agreement according to which enemies or opponents stop fighting each other for a specific period of time; the period of time that such agreement lasts
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Early on, leaders in all countries called a political truce on the home front.

Why don't you just declare a truce?

Both sides took it as an omen and declared a truce soon after.

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agreement

agreement

/əˈɡɹimənt/
noun
a promise, an arrangement, or a contract between two or more people
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There is strong agreement that genes, the carriers of inherited traits, play a role in autism.

That's the fifteenth person I've made that agreement with,' he said to him.

He then said to Reynald, 'How many promises and agreements have you broken?'

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to persuade

to persuade

/pɝˈsweɪd/
verb
to make a person do something by giving them a good reason why they should do it
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He persuaded the McDonald brothers to sell him the authority to build more McDonald's restaurants across the United States.

Finally, however, his friend persuaded him that it was very safe, and Mr. Johnson boarded the plane.

And so he calmed his guests and persuaded them to return to their rooms.

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to encourage

to encourage

/ɛnˈkɝɪdʒ/, /ɪnˈkɝədʒ/
verb
to provide someone with support, hope, or confidence
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Second, uniforms encourage members of a group to acquire a sense of unity and pride.

But here he hesitated, and I called out to him to encourage him to leave. '

and I encourage you, OK?

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to convince

to convince

/kənˈvɪns/
verb
to make someone feel certain about the truth of something
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I'll convince you!

Farmers are hoping to expand exports outside of volatile China and convince consumers of the benefits of wool over synthetic.

He also had to convince the temples to give his business their sacred flower waste.

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discussion

discussion

/dɪˈskəʃən/
noun
a conversation with someone about a serious subject
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There's a big discussion happening on my Discord right now.

Let's have a discussion about the show.

RIKKI: Have discussions with them.

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to coax

to coax

/ˈkoʊks/
verb
to persuade by being kind and gentle
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Or you could use vaginal perfumes to coax it back into the right spot.

well I'm so glad that I could help coax that liquid out of you man.

The officers tempted to coax Jahar to come out with tear gas.

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although

although

/ˌɔɫˈðoʊ/
conjunction
despite what has just been said
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Although babies will be the ones to eat the product, it is their parents who will buy it.

Although scientists agree on the traits that characterize autism, they have not yet found what causes autism.

I do, Tom, although you don't come to see me often enough.' '

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in addition to

in addition to

/ɪn ɐdˈɪʃən tuː/
phrase
as well; used when we want to add an extra piece of information

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despite

despite

/dɪˈspaɪt/
preposition
not being affected or prevented by something

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