|ask, question, interrogate; investigate, look into; conduct an inquiry, enquire, try to find out the facts||inquire|
|(470?-399 B.C.) Greek philosopher who developed a question-and-answer method of teaching||Socrates|
|(Hebrew) good deed; commandment, Jewish law of moral conduct, religious duty||mitzvah|
|,(new zealand) be in a fight, , (new zealand) street fight, deep loud sound, thundering sound; rumble seat, back section of a roadster or coupe which opens to form a seat; street fight, brawl, scuffle (Slang), deep sound, find out about somebody or som...||rumble|
|A technical analyst who charts the patterns of stocks, bonds, and commodities to find trends in patterns of trading used to advise clients. Related: technical analysts.||Chartists|
|A trade, quote, or market that does not originate with the dealer in question, e.g., "the bid is 98-10 away from me."||Away|
|abilities of a sportsman; conduct of a sportsman (such as fair play, good manners, grace in losing, etc.), fair conduct, taking part in sports||sportsmanship|
|ability to conduct electricity without resistance, quality of nearly perfect conductivity, ability of some materials to conduct electricity with virtually no resistance when chilled to temperatures near absolute zero (Physics)||superconductivity|
|ability to conduct or transmit (heat, etc.)||conductibility|
|ability to find relevant data, applicability to current issues, connection||relevance; relevancy|
|ability, be worthy of, be eligible for; deserve, facts of a case, good quality, spiritual credit, value, value; character or accomplishment that commends praise; excellence; state of being worthy of appreciation||merit|
|able to think rationally, based on logic; reasonable; simulated, looks and acts like the real thing but is not genuine (Computers), of philosophical logic, sensible and based on facts||logical|
|accelerate, acquire something casually, acquire something cheaply or easily, arrest, become better, buy something on impulse, catch a disease, claim something, clean a place, find sexual partner, find something, gain points, gather dropped things, lear...||pick up|
|accept the facts, be encountered by somebody, be looking at somebody or something, boldness, come up against somebody or something, countenance, dial on clock or instrument, expect something bad, face makeup, false appearance, front of head, front part...||face|
|accept without question; submit, yield, give in; agree, go along with something||acquiesce|
|accepted moral standards, how right or wrong something is, integrity; ethics; chastity; conformity to accepted rules of conduct, moral lesson||morality|
|account of facts, decorate with legendary scenes, factual or fictional narrative, falsehood, floor in building, legend or romance, news report, plot of fiction or drama, rooms on one building level, short fictional prose piece, story line, subject for ...||story|
|accuse, describe symptoms of something, express unhappiness about something, find fault, express displeasure||complain|
|achieve a speed or rate, adapt something, be adequate, be occupied with something, cause something, changes the emphasis, cheat somebody, conduct self, excrement, exhaust somebody, fare, forms questions and negatives, fuss, commotion; something that mu...||do|
|acquire knowledge; realize; be aware; discover; acquire; memorize, come to know something, find out something, memorize something, teach somebody something||learn|
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