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you don't have to be tech ....

savvy

2

Zia is a ... soccer fan.

hard core

3

If n is ... by 2

divisible

4

I am just ... something that I have seen.

relaying

5

I need to sit down and ... my breath.

catch

6

I got ... going through an intersection.

T-boned

7

I just got in a ... on the way over here.

wreck

8

I was in a ... the other day and my car was totaled. He was at ....

wreck
fault

9

Both drivers were ... ... because they were driving too fast.

at fault

10

I can't believe the damage is going to cost me 800 bucks. It was just a ... ....

fender bender

11

I got ... ... stopping at stoplight.

rear ended

12

I got ... ... so hard that my glasses ... ... my face and hit the dashboard.

rear ended
flew off

13

The most naive solution is to generate every ... of the array of numbers from 1 to n.

permutation

14

and check if they only ... by one character

differ

15

Given n points on a 2D plane, find the maximum number of points that ... on the same straight line.

lie

16

we will search for all elements greater than ... of the current element.

twice

17

start at the end of the list and work ...

backwards

18

Find the ... subarray within an array which has the largest sum.

contiguous

19

determine if s can be ... into a space-separated sequence of one or more dictionary words.

segmented

20

built to ... cold winters

resist

21

that the points of interest are the ... valleys and peaks.

consecutive

22

The ... is the length of the outline of a shape.

perimeter

23

it’s probably your first and best chance to ... the hiring manager on why you’re the right one for the job.

pitch

24

I sent an email ... the problem.

detailing

25

I can ... to this after making many mistakes myself.

attest

26

and return that number % 10.

modulo

27

... is the event of a storm moving ... land after being ... water.

Landfall
over
over

28

a quick look should ...

suffice

29

a simple yes or no will ...

suffice

30

these distances ... the measurements vector of the robot

comprise / consist of

31

how ... this measurement is

plausible
SHODANI; MOHTAMAL;
opposite: implausible

32

if ... of your parents is a US citizen

neither one

33

if ... of your parents are a US citizen

either

34

Z = Y + noise ; noise add mishe

effect of noise is additive

35

Z = f(noise) * Y ; non-linear function f

effect of noise is non-linear

36

we'll discuss how to ... these parameters.

determine

37

This is why most of this book is ...
to improving your coding and algorithm skills.

devoted

38

getRandom should return 1 and 2 both equally ...

likely

39

They have done the ... ... to make sure all teams are aware of this actively.

due diligence=checking through

40

The items not picked up ... remain available for pickup under normal rules.

shall

41

The more these sound like you, and describe people you want to work with, the more likely you will ... at Netflix.

thrive

42

We celebrate the people who are very ..., especially to those in more powerful positions.

candid

43

Given an unsorted array, find the maximum difference between the ... elements in its sorted form.

successive

44

The ... Principle states that if nn items are put into mm containers, with n > mn>m, then at least one container must contain more than one item.

Pigeonhole

45

... increases and software rots over time.

disorder

46

inability to be changed or adapted.

rigidity - the rigidity of the school system

47

the quality of being easily broken or damaged.

fragility

48

it is hard to disentangle the system into components that can be used in other systems.

immobility

49

tools, environment, and design ... progress.

impede

50

Complete ... of maze will be done in the worst case.

traversal

51

Further, for every current node chosen, we can ... up to a maximum depth of max(m,n) in any direction.

travel

52

First, responses to interview questions shouldn't be ... of as "correct" or "incorrect."

thought

53

I am ... of what you said.

mindful

54

Many candidates spend all their time prepping for technical questions and ... the behavioral questions

overlook

55

return all elements of the matrix in ... order.

spiral - spAiRel

56

Each element is visited ... only.

once

57

a palindrome ... around its center.

mirrors

58

Say you have an array for ... the ith element is the price of a given stock on day i.

which

59

Given a positive integer n, find the least number of perfect square numbers (for example, 1, 4, 9, 16, ...) which ... to n.

sum

60

Find all unique ... in the array which gives the ... of zero.

triplets
sum

61

Comparator

kAm.pa.re.ter

62

assuming the hash function ... the elements properly among the buckets.

disperses

63

disperse

di.spers

64

treeSet.floor(x) returns the ... value that is less than x

greatest

65

treeSet.ceilling(x) returns the ... value that is greater than x

least

66

An atomic operation is an operation which is performed as a single unit of work without the possibility of ... from other operations.

interference

67

you provide a hint that indicates how many digits in ... guess match your secret number

said

68

the company issued additional shares to shareholders ... a cash dividend

in lieu of
LOO

69

a technical meet & greet ... phone interview

in lieu of

70

Have a copy of your resume available just in case you are ... on it.

questioned

71

Developer colleague: “Oh, I’m not a designer. I leave that to you!”
Me: “Awww… Don’t say that. Everyone has an eye for design. Don’t be discouraged.”

*developer colleague ... a slight ... in my design*
Me: “Who the fuck do you think you are?”

points out
flaw

72

and a more accurate ... of the population

representation

73

providing a source of information that’s more ... than ever before

objective

74

Research has shown that early ... of developmental issues can lead to higher IQs and better social skills.

treatment

75

with innovative ... recognition algorithms, to analyze emotional reactions to videos in children as young as 18 months

facial

76

Finding a way to predict ... with Apple Watch.

seizures

77

Researchers hope Apple Watch could eventually help predict ... before they happen.

seizures

78

Since its launch, the EpiWatch app has enabled people to accurately track the ... and duration of seizures in real time, creating a correlation between episode history and medication.

onset

79

researchers can access even more relevant data for their studies — like daily step ..., calorie ..., and heart ...

counts
use
rate

80

nin·com·poop

a foolish or stupid person
ˈniNGkəmˌpo͞op

81

Video piracy is a ... competitor for entertainment time in many international markets.

substantial

82

you will take an active role in leading and ... innovation in the online payment space

fostering

83

Alexa is the ... cloud-based intelligent agent that powers Echo and other devices designed around your voice.

groundbreaking

84

the tanks ... the attack

spearheaded

85

Demonstrated track record of project delivery for large, cross-functional projects with ... requirements

evolving

86

Your health data stays up to date across all your devices automatically using iCloud where it is encrypted while in transit and at ...

rest

87

... and communicate technical concepts to ...

distill
stakeholders

88

deep vs. ... learning

shallow

89

Although leaders pay attention to competitors, they ... over customers.

obsess

90

leaders pay attention to competitors, they ... over customers

obsess

91

They think long term and don’t ... long-term value for short-term results.

sacrifice

92

They have strong judgment and good ...

instincts

93

Due to Amazon business needs, your interviewer may ...

change

94

We can inorder ... the tree and get the kth smallest element.

traverse

95

Find the ... rate that doesn’t cause ...

maximal
implosion

96

summarize the numbers seen so far as a list of ... intervals

disjoint

97

a small hard inflamed spot on the skin

pimple

98

his face was covered by ...

pimples

99

When answering questions, be as ... and detailed in your response as possible.

concise

100

We realize it’s hard to ... how much information is too much versus not ... enough; an effective ... test is pausing after your ... response to ask if you’ve provided enough detail, or if the interviewer would like you to go into more depth.

gauge; gage
sufficient
litmus; litmes
succinct; sAk.sinkt

101

I expect my students to write ...

concisely

102

just a ... report, please

succinct

103

pressure ...

gauge

104

an instrument or device for measuring the magnitude, amount, or contents of something, typically with a visual display of such information.

gauge

105

estimate or determine the magnitude, amount, or volume of.

gauge

106

giving a lot of information clearly and in a few words; brief but comprehensive.

concisely

107

The party is using attitudes about gun control as a ... ... for political candidates.

litmus test

108

a test in which a single factor (such as an attitude, event, or fact) is decisive

litmus test

109

the Supreme Court voided the statute by a ... 7–2 vote

decisive; di.sAi.sive

110

The general was known for his ... manner.

decisive

111

a ... defeat

decisive

112

Your argument was the ... one.

decisive

113

a height-balanced binary tree is defined as a binary tree in which the depth of the two subtrees of every node never ... by more than 1

differ

114

x / y
x is ...
y is ...

dividend
divisor

115

You are given coins of different ... and a total amount

denominations

116

Tell me about a time when you ... customer ...?

demonstrated
obsession

117

How do you ... with the principle, 'Are right, a lot'?

resonate

118

Which Amazon leadership principle do you ... most with?

resonate

119

If you get asked, "Tell me about a time you showed customer obsession" should your answer use the exact words "customer obsession"? Not necessarily. You can say you "..." or "..." or "..."

value customers
pay attention to customers
are customer oriented.

120

No gym today. Should rest my leg. ... went back up after yesterday.

Swelling

121

an abnormal enlargement of a part of the body, typically as a result of an accumulation of fluid.

Swelling

122

a long journey involving travel by sea or in space.

voyage

123

balancing and deletion of binary search trees are rarely asked, but you might want to have some idea how they work. It can ... from other candidates.

set you apart

124

If this were a binary search tree, we could do a modified find on the two nodes and see where the paths ...

diverge

125

The time stated 8:00 am, tomorrow morning at your company’s premises.
I will be ...

punctual

126

Avoid solutions with lots of ... or huge if/else if/else blocks. Deciding between iteration and recursion can be an important step

edge cases

127

? - the ... character matches 0 or 1 times only.

preceding

128

All problems that can be solved recursively can also be solved ...

iteratively

129

I don’t make sense why ... did you invest your life savings in your boyfriend’s business just because he’d said “it’s a good idea”. I think you’re drinkin’ too much of his ...

on earth
Kool-Aid

130

You are given two sorted arrays, A and B, and A has a large enough buffer at the end to ... B. Write a method to merge B into A in sorted order.

hold

131

Primitive Types and Values: The integral types are byte , short , int , and long , whose values are 8-bit, 16-bit, 32-bit and 64-bit ... ... integers, respectively, and char , whose values are 16-bit ... integers representing UTF-16 code units

signed two's-complement
unsigned

132

he looked ... familiar

vaguely: slightly

133

he looked ... familiar

vaguely

134

However, if we have
a very large tree and want to be prepared to quit when we get too far from the original
node, DFS can be problematic; we might search thousands of ancestors of the node,
but never even search all of the node's children. In these cases, BFS is ... preferred

typically

135

We should mark any node found in the course of the algorithm as "already visited" to avoid ... and ... of the nodes.

cycles
repetition repe.tiSHen

136

Breadth first search can also be useful to find the shortest path, ... depth first search may ... one adjacent node very deeply before ever going onto the immediate neighbors.

whereas
traverse

137

if we assume that the tree cannot ... duplicate values

have

138

I didn't intend to ... people into thinking it was French champagne

deceive: di.sive

139

I didn't intend to ... people into thinking it was French champagne

deceive: di.sive

140

due to an ... and emergent situation

unforeseen: not anticipated or predicted

141

due to an ... and emergent situation

unforeseen

142

Given a sorted array of strings which is ... with empty strings, write a method to find the location of a given string.

interspersed

143

A typical implementation is that when the array is full, the
array doubles in size. Each doubling takes 0(n) time, but happens so rarely that its ... time is still O(1).

amortized

144

On each concatenation, a new copy of the string is created, and the two strings are ..., character by character

copied over

145

The ... is that many common queries will ... expensive joins.

drawback
require

146

The ... is that many common queries will require expensive joins.

drawback

147

Some very rare conditions might be best handled through a ... (like duplicating the person's contact information in the database).

work around

148

Some very rare conditions might be best handled through a ... (like duplicating the person's contact information in the database).

work around

149

a method for overcoming a problem or limitation in a program or system

work around

150

Each of these actions ... new tables and columns.

requires

151

This can help us avoid ... joins in a relational database

costly

152

The ..., however, is that if the tables are large, we may spend an ... long time doing joins on tables.

drawback
unnecessarily

153

Denormalization, then, ... a different compromise. Under denormalization, we decide that we're okay with some redundancy and some extra effort to update the database in order to get the efficiency advantages of fewer joins.

strikes

154

Data ... is the process of obtaining and importing data for immediate use or storage in a database. To ingest something is to "take something in or absorb something."

ingestion

155

Threads ... a given process ... the same memory space.

within
share

156

Like synchronizing a method, only one thread per instance of MyObject can execute the code ... the synchronized block.

within

157

Like synchronizing a method, only one thread per instance of MyObject can execute the code ... the synchronized block

within

158

... systems consist of fewer, larger components than fine-grained systems; a coarse-grained description of a system regards large subcomponents while a ... description regards smaller components of which the larger ones are composed.

Coarse-grained
fine-grained

159

For more ... control, we can utilize a lock.

granular

160

Since each thread is waiting for the other thread to relinquish a lock, they both remain waiting forever. The threads ... to be deadlocked.

are said

161

A process is an independent entity ... system resources (e.g., CPU time and memory) are allocated.
Each process is executed in a separate address space, and one process cannot access the variables and data structures of another process. If a process wishes to access another process' resources, inter-process communications have to be used. These include pipes, files, sockets, and other forms.

to which

162

A thread exists ... a process and shares the process' resources (including its heap
space). Multiple threads within the same process will share the same heap space. This
is very different from processes, which cannot directly access the memory of another
process. Each thread still has its own registers and its own stack, but other threads can
read and write the heap memory.

within

163

A lock in Java is ... by the same thread which locked it.

owned

164

How much do you think this car would be worth on a trade? Fred: Well, ..., I'd say about a thousand.

right off the top of my head
without giving it too much thought or without precise knowledge

165

Object-oriented design (OOD) questions are often intentionally ... in order to test whether you'll make ... or if you'll ask ... questions.

vague
assumptions
clarifying

166

You should talk to your interviewer about how ... your design should be.

general purpose

167

You should usually design for long-term code ... and ...

flexibility
maintenance

168

In any object-oriented design question, you first want to ... ... ... asking your interviewer some questions to clarify design constraints.

start off with

169

Now that we have that ... ... ... ..., we'll outline the basic system components:

out of the way

170

Instead, they are evaluating your ability to ... ... a tricky problem and to solve problems using ... ... ... ...

break down
what you do know

171

Remember that the solution for each issue might be to actually remove the issue entirely, or it might be to simply ... the issue

mitigate

172

The problem, however, is that a machine ... get more data and eventually ... its capacity.

may
exceed

173

Before we start ... the problem, we need to ... whether this is a one time only operation, or if this findWords method will be called repeatedly.

solving
understand

174

Thus, the interviewer is going to be ... ... how careful you are

looking at

175

I was ... happy to see David and his wife.

doubly

176

The data structure BiNode could be used to represent both a binary tree or a ... linked list.

doubly

177

In this case, the problem is really about finding a way to break up a string into separate words such that ... ... characters as possible are "left out" of the parsing.

as few

178

having no elements in common

disjoint

179

Remember that when you're discussing a linked list in an interview, you must understand whether it is a ... linked list or a ... linked list.

singly
doubly

180

We can use two pointers, p1 and p2. We place them k nodes ... in the linked list by putting pi at the beginning and moving p2 k nodes into the list.

apart

181

For the next 5-10 minutes, the interviewer will ask questions about your experience and your career ...

aspirations

182

one of his highest ... was to become an astronaut.

aspirations

183

Given two integers representing the ... and ... of a fraction, return the fraction in string format.

2 / 4
numerator: 2
denominator: 4

184

But the point is that you should try to ... ... to the detail.

get down

185

... ... ... ... is to focus more on how each tool is designed than what tool to use.

The rule of thumb

186

The report can be extremely detailed that how much time you spend in each part and what your reaction is after a hint ... all be included.

will

187

Interviewers are really ... to help you out by giving you hints or telling you that you’re not in the right direction.

willing

188

Never ... ... ... ... ... by over-complicating the problem.

shoot yourself in the foot

189

A common ... in coding interviews is to start coding without much consideration and discussion.

pitfall

190

Remember that no one ... expect you to come up with a design within seconds.

would

191

You don’t need to point out a solution quickly, but you can talk about how you think about the problem, what you are trying to solve at the moment and what you are ... with.

stuck

192

These questions may seem ... at first.

intimidating

193

To ... ... your scalability knowledge, we've selected some of the best readings and videos available online.

beef up

194

Remember, usually each solution is a trade-off of some kind. Changing something will ... something else.

worsen

195

The bakery can not ... these kind of customer wishes, so it must start the task when the customer is in the bakery and tell him to come back at the next day.

foresee

196

A user comes to your website and starts a very computing ... task which would take several minutes to finish.

intensive

197

where it ..., and where it fails

excels

198

Every technology, every pattern is great for some things, and ... so great for others.

not

199

But at the end of the day, it all ... ... to balancing between time to market, system complexity, cost of development, cost of maintenance, availability, and many other things.

boils down

200

Reads are 9 times more ... than writes.

frequent

201

Writes are a ... fewer that reads.

lot

202

An alternative approach could be to ... our database and ... the data across different machines.

shard
spread

203

An alternative approach could be to ... our database and spread the data across different machines.

shard

204

We could have a monitoring service that would detect this situation and would ... ... additional workers, which will also start pulling from the queue and will ... the load on the existing workers.

spin up
alleviate

205

We are ready to scale up easily by ... ... more summarization workers.

spinning up

206

It should also be ... enough to let us deal with unexpected problems.

robust

207

As it usually is with system design interviews, it’s most likely possible to find ... in this design.

flaws

208

Another way to think about this is that without garbage collection, the developer has the full control ... how memory is used, which gives the program much more flexibility and much easier to optimize. That’s one of the reasons why C++ is more efficient. Of course, it’s also ... to error.

over
prone

209

What’s cool about garbage collection is quite obvious. It allows developers ... ... about memory management and write more ... code. ... ... ... ..., it may affect the performance and provide less flexibility when working with memory.

care less
robust
On the flip side

210

The most notable problem is that the entire system must be suspended during garbage collection. In other words, once in a while, the program will be frozen when doing garbage collection and no ... of the working set ... ... .... Thus, it’ll significantly affect the performance of time-critical applications.

mutation
can be allowed

211

In a ..., the problem of LFU is that sometimes an item is only used frequently in the past, but LFU will still keep this item for a long while. W-TinyLFU solves this problem by calculating frequency within a time window. It also has various optimizations of storage.

nutshell

212

To discuss concurrency, I’d like to talk about why there is concurrency issue with cache and how can we ... it.

address

213

The common solution of course is using a lock. The ... is obvious – it ... the performance a lot. How can we optimize this?

downside
affects

214

One approach is to split the cache into multiple shards and have a lock for each of them so that clients won’t wait for each other if they are updating cache from different shards. However, given that hot entries are more likely to be visited, ... shards will be more often locked than others.

certain

215

A good way to think about this is that to improve space complexity, what should we ...? Since we still want to keep the time complexity O(1), one thing we can ... is accuracy. If we can’t guarantee to return the most accurate number, can we use less space?

sacrifice
compromise

216

When a single machine gets too many traffic and performance becomes an issue, it’s the perfect time to think of distributed solution. Distributed system significantly reduces the ... of a single machine by scaling the system to multiple nodes, but at the same time adding complexity.

burden

217

Facing this question, most people’s minds ... ... as the question is just too ... and they don’t know where to start. Just the storage itself is non-trivial as serving videos/images ... to billions of users is extremely complicated.

go blank
broad
seamlessly

218

It’s worth to note that checking corner cases in the beginning is very necessary. Although the code is quite ..., it’s easy to make mistakes about boundaries.

concise

219

writes code that is syntactically correct and does what it is intended to do; builds maintainable and readable code; writes ... code.

idiomatic

220

I remember my heart ... when I was reading that.

sank

221

I was completely ... ... by the whole outcome.

bummed out

222

take ... and be persistent.

initiative

223

take ... and be persistent.

initiative

224

you should also be able to see potential ... and challenges with your solutions.

roadblocks

225

It all ... ... to graphs.

comes down

226

Q: How many typeahead suggestions ... ... ... provided?

are to be

227

Every search query done should ... into the system for an update.

feed

228

Does this problem require tight consistency? Or is it okay if things are ... consistent?

eventually

229

If search typeahead is not available, the site would still keep working. However, it will lead to a much ... experience.

degraded

230

As mentioned earlier, writes compete with read. ... writes and Offline updates can be used to improve read efficieny.

Sampling

231

She is a ... woman.

frugal; froooo.gel

232

Let's ... deeper into every component one by one.

dig

233

Machines will fail and ... will network.

so

234

Most distributed caching systems are good with availability and they become ... consistent. But they are not ... consistent.

eventually
tightly

235

If changes are not atomic, the system is not tightly consistent anymore. I might see different ... based on when I query the system.

views

236

If the server goes down, then the routing service should know instantly to route to the new server which starts with a ... cache.

cold

237

we can ... the space complexity to improve the time complexity.

we can sacrifice the space complexity to improve the time complexity.

238

You must also deal ... with own/others failures and mistakes

constructively

239

Please plan ... arriving about 20-30 minutes early for check-in.

on

240

If you make it to HC it's pretty much a ...

sure shot

241

Don’t be afraid to self-... if you learned something from the situation.

critique

242

One lesson we learned from this example is that only two ... intervals are able to overlap.

nearby

243

The time complexity of sorting is O(NlogN) and the checking overlap is O(N). So ... it’s O(NlogN).

overall

244

We are moving tomorrow so things are ...

hectic

245

We have ... help so it should be ok.

hired

246

Each time, move forward end pointer ... 1 character and use the hashset to check if the ... added character has already existed.

by
newly

247

Often,
interviewers
 will 
give 
hints 
if 
you
 appear 
to 
be 
...

stuck

248

If 
you
 get
 stuck,
 don't 
be 
... 
to 
let 
them 
know
 and

politely 
ask
 for
 a 
hint.

afraid

249

In
 fact,
 only
 one
 thread 
... ... 
run
 at 
any
 given 
time.


is 
being

250

What
 you
 don't
 want 
to
 do 
is
 start 
... 
it 
all 
out!


multiplying

251

Then map the whole word to the ... of prime numbers of its characters.

multiples

252

Listener/Observer Pattern: This may be the most popular design pattern out there. The idea is this: suppose there were an e‐mail list for Hacking a Google Interview (unfortunately there isn't one, but if we had been a bit more ... ..., perhaps we would have made one).

forward‐thinking

253

Since XOR is commutative and is its own inverse, each integer in the array that appears twice will ... itself ..., and we'll be left with the integer we're looking for.

cancel itself out

254

Then we can set a minimum priority that a page ... have to be crawled.

must

255

What Google Assistant is also good at is answering ... ... questions, so you can ask to see movies showing nearby and then ... ... your search to just comedy films.

follow up
narrow down

256

!==

not equal value or not equal type

257

Siri was intended to launch specifically as a travel and entertainment ...

concierge

258

These are hard problems and when you’re a company dealing with up to a billion people, the problems get harder ...

yet

259

I dropped it last night and cracked the glass. I’m going to ... ... by the shop this afternoon to see how much a replacement screen will cost.

take it

260

Hey, you’re ... ... the whole bed.

taking up

261

Telegram’s ... .... all of my phone memory.

Taking up

262

It ... ... a lot of space.

took up

263

I don’t want to ... ... a lot of your time.

take up

264

... ... those guys before it’s too late.

Clue in

265

You clearly don’t know who you’re talking to, so let me ... you ...

clue
in

266

At the other extreme, NLP involves “understanding” complete human ..., at least to the extent of being able to give useful responses to them.

utterances

267

Natural language processing (NLP) is a collective term referring to automatic computational processing of human languages. This includes both algorithms that take human-produced text as input, and algorithms that produce natural ... text as outputs.

looking

268

The method is naive because it assumes that features are independent ... each other.

of

269

But don’t be ... - it just means each point in hypercube is a list of n numbers.

intimitated

270

Build ... comunities of facebook users.

disjoint

271

Each number represents the ... of the sound wave at 1/16000th of a second intervals.

amplitude

272

The way you train them is that you get feedback from the error you’ve made and you just force your ... so that it captures the irregularities that you may not be aware of.

bait

273

K-nearest neighbors is a relatively simple algorithm to visualize but there are a few different ... we should understand too.

wrinkles

274

As the dimensionality increases, both the efficiency and ... of k-nearest neighbors suffer.

efficacy

275

before any javascript is executed, all function declarations are ... to the top of their current scope.

hoisted

276

This type of syntax, writing function expressions that pass a function into another function inline, is really common in JavaScript. It can be a little tricky at first, but be patient, keep practicing, and you'll start to ... ... ... ... ...!

get the hang of it

277

on the ... hand
on the other hand

one

278

The ... of dimentionality

curse

279

In Cassandra, “wide rows” means that there ... be more than one row per partition.

can

280

Fastai might appeal to the boot-camp mindset but I am not completely ... ... ... yet.

sold on it

281

I am sure anyone you support has done and said something you wouldn’t say. That is what makes ... different from worship.

solidarity

282

o effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way we ... the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with others.

perceive

283

Our company ... ... ... during financial crisis.

went belly up

284

... ... those guys before it’s too late.

Clue in

285

Apple's New iPhone Recycling Robot "Daisy" is ...

impressive

286

I am sure anyone you support has done and said something you wouldn’t say. That is what makes ... different from worship.

solidarity

287

I'm against ... hejab and I was forced to wear it in Iran until I was 20.

compulsory

288

Consistency on nodes that are not in quorum is not kept, but they will be ... consistent.

eventually

289

To prevent read speed from ..., compaction runs in the background, merging sstables together.

deteriorating