Writing for the Real World 2: An Introduction to Business by Roger Barnard, Dorothy Zemach

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Writing for the genuine international is a two-level path in writing for functional reasons.

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Her weight is above (the) average. 2. a value calculated by adding average together several quantities and then dividing the total by the number of quantities í adjective 1. usual ć Their son is of above average weight. 2. calculated by adding together several quantities and then dividing the total by the number of quantities ć The average age of the group is 25. aversion therapy /ə v ʃ(ə)n θerəpi/ noun a treatment by which someone is cured of a type of behaviour by making him or her develop a great dislike for it avitaminosis /e vtəm nəυss/ noun a disorder caused by a lack of vitamins AVM abbr arteriovenous malformation AV node / e vi nəυd/ noun same as atriovaversion therapy avitaminosis AVM AV node entricular node AVPU noun a method of rating if a person is conscious: A = alert; V = verbal, responding to verbal commands; P = pain, responding to pain; U = unconscious avulse /ə v ls/ verb to tear tissue or a body part away by force avulsion /ə v lʃən/ noun an act of pulling away tissue or a body part by force avulsion fracture /ə v lʃ(ə)n fr ktʃə/ noun a fracture in which a tendon pulls away part of the bone to which it is attached awake /ə wek/ adjective not asleep ć He was still awake at 2 o’clock in the morning.

Also called acetylsalicylic acid assay / se, ə se/ noun the testing of a substance. ı bioassay, immunoassay assimilate /ə sm let/ verb to take into the body’s tissues substances which have been absorbed into the blood from digested food assimilation /ə sm leʃ(ə)n/ noun the action of assimilating food substances assistance /ə sst(ə)ns/ noun help assistant /ə sst(ə)nt/ noun a person who helps someone, usually as a job assisted conception /ə sstd kən sepʃ(ə)n/, assisted reproduction /ə sstd ri prə d kʃ(ə)n/ noun the use of a technique such as in vitro fertilisation to help someone to become pregnant assisted respiration /ə sstd respə re ʃ(ə)n/ noun the use of a machine to help breathing assisted suicide /ə sstd su sad/ noun the suicide of someone who is terminally ill with the help of a doctor or friend at the request of the person who is dying associate /ə səυsiet/ verb to be related to or connected with something ć side effects which may be associated with the drug ć The condition is often associated with diabetes.

Also called axilla arm sling / ɑ m slŋ/ noun a support for an injured arm that prevents it from moving by tying it against the chest Arnold-Chiari malformation / ɑ nəld ki eəri m lfɔ meʃ(ə)n/ noun a congenital condition in which the base of the skull is malformed, allowing parts of the cerebellum into the spinal canal [Described 1894. After Julius A. ] aromatherapist /ə rəυmə θerəpst/ noun a aromatherapist person specialising in aromatherapy aromatherapy /ə rəυmə θerəpi/ noun treatment to relieve tension and promote wellbeing in which fragrant oils and creams containing plant extracts are massaged into the skin arousal /ə raυz(ə)l/ noun 1.

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