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Vocabulary - Bias: a tendency to consider one person,...

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Bias: a tendency to consider one person, group, idea etc Tom has a bias against Japanese products. Clarify: to make something clearer and easier to understand Can you clarify that statement? Compute: to calculate a result, answer, sum etc. We can compute some difficult math questions. Constant: happening all the time or regularly. Jacky was inconstant teeth pain. Distribute: to give something like food, books to people, especially in a planned way. The mother distributed candy among children. Edit: to prepare a book, piece of film etc for printing or broadcasting. Peter edit a book when he was 20 years old. Format: the size, shape, design in which book or magazine is produced. The magazine has been styled in a modern format. Formula: a method or set of principles that you use to solve a problem. We are still searching for a perfect formula. Found: to start something such as an organization, company, or city. This retail company was founded in 1997.
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