|consider all aspects of||think through|
|(Linguistics) of or belonging to an aspect, connected with verb aspects||aspectual|
|calculations, science of numbers and number patterns and forms; mathematical aspects of something, study of relationships using numbers||mathematics|
|dual number or inflected form, having two distinct aspects, having two similar elements, of or pertaining to two; made up of two parts, twofold, double, specifying two||dual|
|financial aspects, study of goods and services, study of the management of goods and services||economics|
|from a psychosocial point of view, with a combination of social and psychological aspects||psychosocially|
|having cut and polished surfaces (i.e. gemstone, stone); complex, having many sides or aspects||faceted|
|having cut and polished surfaces (i.e. gemstone, stone); complex, having many sides or aspects||facetted|
|having many aspects, of many facets; complex, with diverse qualities, with many facets||multifaceted|
|having many dimensions, of many measurements, with many different aspects, with more than three dimensions||multidimensional|
|having the qualities of satire, using mockery and derision to demonstrate the negative aspects of human folly||satiric|
|having the qualities of satire, using mockery and derision to demonstrate the negative aspects of human folly||satirical|
|International Air Transport Association, International Air Transportation Association; international organization which monitors and regulates many aspects of the airline industry including safety standards and industry cooperation||IATA|
|literary work designed to demonstrate the negative aspects of human folly through the use of mockery and derision, literary work using satire, use of wit||satire|
|minor aspects, side road, secondary road||byway|
|mock somebody or something, ridicule through the use of satire; write a satire, use mockery and derision to demonstrate the negative aspects of human folly||satirize|
|one who ridicules or mocks through the use of satire; one who uses mockery and derision to demonstrate the negative aspects of human folly||satirizer|
|pertaining to the role of psychological factors on sexuality; pertaining to the physiological psychology of sexuality; pertaining to attitudes and feelings associated with sex, relating to psychological aspects of sexuality||psychosexual|
|physical aspects, study of physical forces and qualities, study of the laws of nature, study of the characteristics of matter and energy||physics|
|through the use of satire; in a satirical manner, in the manner of using mockery and derision to demonstrate the negative aspects of human folly||satirically|
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