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v. To change for the better.
The residents voted to amend their neighborhood policy on fences.
adj. Leaning unfairly in one direction.
Her newspaper article was criticized for being heavily biased toward the mayor’s proposal.
n. Something that is carried; a source of stress or worry.
The failing company faced the burden of bad debts and a poor reputation.
v. To act in opposition to; to offer in response.
Jane countered every accusation with a spesific example of her achievements.
adj. Truly doing a job, even if not officially.
Popular support established the Citizens Party as the de facto government.
v. To choose carefully among oppsitions.
The governor wisely discriminated between urgent issues and those that could wait.
n. A belief; a fanciful impulse.
One morning, she suddenly took the notion to paint her kitchen red.
v. To keep down by force; to weigh heavily on.
Factory management oppressed workers through intimidation.
n. A pattern or model; a set of assumptions.
The usual paradigm for economic growth in developed countries does not apply to some poor nations.
adj. Causing tojudge prematurely and unfairly.
Many consumers are prejudiced against commercial goods made in third-world countries.