Vocabulary Presentation Efficacy • the ability

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Efficacy • the ability of something to produce the results that are wanted SYNONYM effectiveness e.Efficacy • the ability of something to produce the results that are wanted SYNONYM effectiveness e. g. to evaluate the efficacy and safety of the treatment

To observe • to see or notice somebody/something (observe somebody/something) e. g. Have you observed anyTo observe • to see or notice somebody/something (observe somebody/something) e. g. Have you observed any changes lately?

A maria • Old variant for policemen car to take somebody to a prison A maria • Old variant for policemen car to take somebody to a prison

Armoury • a place where weapons and armour are kept  SYNONYM arsenal Armoury • a place where weapons and armour are kept SYNONYM arsenal

Swindle • to cheat somebody in order to get something,  especially money, from them Swindle • to cheat somebody in order to get something, especially money, from them swindle somebody (out of something) e. g. They swindled him out of hundreds of dollars.

Assumptions • a belief or feeling that something is true or that something will happen, althoughAssumptions • a belief or feeling that something is true or that something will happen, although there is no proof

Adversary • a person that somebody is opposed to and competing with in an argument orAdversary • a person that somebody is opposed to and competing with in an argument or a battle

To deduce • to form an opinion about something based on the information or evidence thatTo deduce • to form an opinion about something based on the information or evidence that is available SYNONYM infer, NOUN deduction

To prove  • to use facts, evidence, etc. to show that something is true proveTo prove • to use facts, evidence, etc. to show that something is true prove something ( a proof n) e. g. I know you’re lying. ’ ‘Prove it!’

Resurrection  • the time when Jesus Christ returned to life again after his death; theResurrection • the time when Jesus Christ returned to life again after his death; the time when all dead people will become alive again, when the world ends

Refund • a sum of money that is paid back to you, especially because you paidRefund • a sum of money that is paid back to you, especially because you paid too much or because you returned goods to a shop/store

Contraption • a machine or piece of equipment that looks strange. Contraption • a machine or piece of equipment that looks strange.

Decency • honest, polite behaviour that follows accepted moral standards and shows respect for others Decency • honest, polite behaviour that follows accepted moral standards and shows respect for others

Superstition • the belief that particular events happen in a way that cannot be explained bySuperstition • the belief that particular events happen in a way that cannot be explained by reason or science; the belief that particular events bring good or bad luck