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TOEFL IBT Dictionary Definitions

According to abbreviationfinder, TOEFL stands for Test of English as a Foreign Language. International standardized test that measures the ability of the non-native speaker to use and understand American English as it is spoken, written, and heard in undergraduate and graduate academic settings in the United States. It can also be applied for work purposes or […]

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ECCE Dictionary Definitions

Description International exam that measures and certifies the student’s level of English up to an upper intermediate (B2 according to the CEFR-Common European Framework of Reference CEFR). It is intended for candidates who wish to obtain certification of their English language skills for educational and employment fields. Benefits It is endorsed by Cambridge Michigan Language […]

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ECPE Dictionary Definitions

Description It is an international exam that measures and certifies the student’s level of advanced English (C2) according to the CEFR-Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). It is used in applications for some universities abroad. It is also used in Peru to graduate from university and / or certify the level of English for a […]

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ACT Dictionary Definitions

Standing for American Colleges Test according to abbreviationfinder, the ACT is an international standardized multiple-choice computer test that is required by universities in the United States as an admission requirement. Benefits ACT test scores are used to supplement high school grades, order of merit, and other requirements of American colleges, to help admissions officers put […]

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Induced Abortion Dictionary Definitions

Abortion is the action of aborting (ending, disappearing before the natural term, failing, failing). The concept, which derives from the Latin abortus, is often used to name the termination of pregnancy, either by natural causes or intentionally caused. The induced abortion is the voluntary interruption of pregnancy. The practice is to provoke the premature termination […]

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Abrasion Dictionary Definitions

Derived from the Latin word abradĕre, the notion of abrasion is linked to the fact and consequence of fraying or wearing down through friction. In the medical field, abrasion is a concept that refers to the almost superficial wound or ulcer of the epithelium or mucosa due to trauma or a burn. Also, according to […]

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Abscissa Dictionary Definitions

It is known as abscissa (word derived from the Latin abscissa, “cut”) to a coordinate of horizontal direction that appears in a rectangular Cartesian plane and that is expressed as the distance that exists between a point and the vertical axis. The so-called abscissa axis represents the horizontal coordinate axis. This term that concerns us […]

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Absenteeism Dictionary Definitions

The truancy or absenteeism is the deliberate abstention from attending the job or fulfill an obligation. According to Digopaul, absenteeism also refers to the custom that an owner may have of residing outside the locality in which her assets are located. In this sense, an absentee is the landowner who lives far from his lands, […]

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Apse Dictionary Definitions

Apse is an architectural concept that can be mentioned in feminine (the apse) or masculine (the apse). The notion allows us to name the semicircular and vaulted sector of a temple that enables the installation of the presbytery and the altar. The apse, with a polygonal or semicircular plan, is located at the head of […]

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Absolutism Dictionary Definitions

The absolutism is a system of absolute government, in which power resides in a single person who commands without accounts pay a parliament or society in general. Absolutism was very common from the 16th century to the first half of the 19th, when various revolutions overthrew it. Although any government with total power dominance could […]