FCE (appeal to - ...)

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to make a serious request to someone or something or to please or attract someone

appetising
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appealing to or stimulating the appetite especially in appearance or aroma

applicable
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capable of being applied, having relevance

apprenticed to
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to assign someone to work at a certain trade and learn it from someone experienced

to come near/nearer to something or begin work on sth

approximately
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close to or around

arch criminal
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highly skilled criminal

archaeological
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related to, dealing with or devoted to archaeology

archbishop
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a bishop of the highest rank, heading an archdiocese or province

one who designs and supervises constructions

argumentative
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given to arguing, disputatious

having or displaying a sense of overbearing self-worth or self-importance

articulated lorry
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a truck consisting of a tractor and trailer together

artificial intelligence
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the ability of a machine to perform activities that are normally thought to require intelligence

the act or process of rising or going upward

aside from
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excluding or except for

ways in which something can be viewed by the mind or a characteristic or feature of sth

to bring, gather, call or fit together parts into a group or whole

to state or express positively, to affirm, to defend or maintain

to determine or estimate the value of sth for taxation (banking and finance)

assumption
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taking something for granted or accepted as truth

astonishing
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causing great surprise or amazement

not knowing what to do or say in a particular situation or selling smth loosing money in the sale

choosing without a particular method or smth happening without a definite plan or pattern

at the forefront
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of a campaign or activity: leading / of smn's mind: think about it a lot because it is imp. to them

at your fingertips
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when something can be reached easily or is easily avaliable to you

attached to
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affectionate towards, devoted, engaged or partnered

attachment
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a supplementary part, an accessory or sth attached to a primary sth

the view or behaviour towards sth and position of the body indicating mood or emotion


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