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(1)Imprecise but fairly close to correct. (2) making a best guess as to the size or quantity of something.
Approximately
(1) Promoting or enhancing well-being. (2) Advantageous, favorable, helpful, profitable, useful, valuable.
Beneficial
(1) To group or classify objects or events based on logical characteristics, traits, or patterns. (2) To place in a class or group; to classify.
Categorize
(1) Arrange or order by classes or categories. (2) Sorting into groups based on similarities and differences.
Classify
(1) Bring to a close. (2) To bring or come to an end.
Conclude
(1) The act of distinguishing by comparing differences. (2) The act of comparing differences.
Contrast
(1) Beliefs and the ways of living by a group of people.
Cultural
(1) To rely on someone for help or support.
Dependence
(1) Study of how people use resources to make goods and provide services. (2) Study about the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services.
Economics
(1) Extend in one or more directions. (2) Exaggerate or make bigger.
Expand
(1) The numbers that are multiplied to get a product.
Factors
(1) Draw from specific facts or cases to reach a general conclusion. (2) Create a general rule from a smaller number of specific examples.
Generalize
(1) Express or state indirectly. (2) Suggest as a logically necessary consequence; in logic.
Imply
(1) Helpful, causing something to happen.
Instrumental
(1) Restate from one language into another language. (2) To show one's own understanding of something and make clear to others. (3) To examine or to analyze and understand the meaning of. (4) To clarify, to elucidate, to expound, or to explain the significance of. It also means to translate the meaning of. It is often used with famous quotes.
Interpret
(1) Show to be right by providing justification and proof. (2) Defend, explain, clear away, or make excuse for by reasoning.
Justify
(1) Rewording for the purpose of clarification. (2) Express the same message in different words. (3) A restatement of a passage or text in somewhat different words so as to simplify or clarify.
Paraphrase
(1) Possible, but not yet actual, definite, or real.
Potential
(1) Serve as a means of expressing something. (2) To express by some image, form, or model; be a symbol.
Represent