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arouse [əˈraʊzd] my curiosity

vzbudiť zvedavosť ( That strongly aroused my curiosity)

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newsroom [ˈnjuːzˌruːm or -ˌrʊm],

spravodajská miestnosť

3

solely [ˈsəʊllɪ]

výhradne, jedine ( It no longer corresponds solely to the designer)

4


leave off [liːvˌɒf]

prestať ( In this book I start where I left off on my initial research..)

5

in response (to sth)

ako odpoveď (na čo) (updating it in response to the changes that have taken place...)

6


fierce [fɪəs]

divoký, krutý ( and continue to suffer from fierce competition from the new media)

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permit

dovoľovať, umožňovať ( technology has not only been the main cause of the increased speed of creation of content, but permitted new ways of accessing content)

8

Take (sth) into account

brať na zreteľ ( The newspaper crisis that take these trends into account)

9


rebirth [riːˈbɜːθ]

znovuzrodenie (rebirth of the newspapers)

10


stand out

vynikať, vyčnievať (the ones that stand out seem to be: building and serving a niche market)

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stagnant [ˈstægnənt]

stagnujúci ( stagnant market)

12


justify [ˈdʒʌstɪˌfaɪ]

zarovnať (text) / ospravedlniť (with just a few adjustments in size and a few multimedia additions to justify the change of platform)

13

underway [ˌʌndəˈweɪ]

rozprúdiť sa ( The transformation currently underway in the world of informations)

14


knock down [nɒk daʊn]

zbúrať (barieru) ( therefore tends to knoc down barriers)

15


comprehend [ˌkɒmprɪˈhend]

pochopiť (which is impossible to comprehend with usual tools based on ideological interpretations.)

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preserved [prɪˈzɜːvd]

zachovaný ( the place where great cultural changes take place and are preserved and made manifest..)

17


thereof [ˌðeərˈɒv]

toho, z toho (They not only give us access to the news, but provide individuals with a classification, decodification, and interpretation thereof.)

18


emerge [ɪˈmɜːdʒ]

vynoriť sa, objaviť sa ( The newspapers' influence clearly emerges in the post-war period)

19


detached [dɪˈtætʃt]

nezaujatý, nestranný (It would be very naive to expect the two to be completely detached)

20


coincide [ˌkəʊɪnˈsaɪd]

zhodovať sa (názory) ( than that of seeing their own interpretation of the facts coincide with the newspapers')

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conceive [kənˈsiːv]

vymyslieť splodiť (myšlienku) (The ideological approach, the most cannonical expression of which was the form of journalism we might today call "vertical" that is, conceived by a small number of people and channeled towad predetermined readership...)

22

predetermined [ˌpriːdɪˈtɜːmɪnd]

predurčený (predetermined audience)

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obsolete [ˈɒbsəˌliːt or ˌɒbsəˈliːt]

zastarný, prekonaný (vývojom) (unreal categories that now appear entirely obsolete)

24


conventional [kənˈvenʃənəl]

konvenčný, zvyčajný (conventional media)

25


apparatus [ˌæpəˈreɪtəs or -ˈrɑːtəs or ˈæpəˌreɪtəs]

aparát

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broaden [ˈbrɔːdən]

rozšíriť sa ( The channels have augmented the role of the public, broadened its range of choices)

27


substantiate [səbˈstænʃɪˌeɪt]

doložiť, dokázať, podoprieť dôkazmy (The vision was built, substantiated with appropriate examples)

28


reverberate [rɪˈvɜːbəˌreɪt]

stále pôsoboiť, pretrvávať ( authority wich in turn reverberates in the circulation of the information on the social networks)

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abundant [əˈbʌndənt]

hojný, výdatný (people find their way around the information, which is increasingly abaundant, but also increasingly inarticulate and dispersive.)

30


inarticulate [ˌɪnɑːˈtɪkjʊlɪt]

nezrozumiteľný (people find their way around the information, which is increasingly abaundant, but also increasingly inarticulate and dispersive.)

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dispersed [dɪˈspɜːst]

rozptýlený (people find their way around the information, which is increasingly abaundant, but also increasingly inarticulate and dispersive.)

32


facilitate [fəˈsɪlɪˌteɪt]

uľahčiť, zľahčiť

33


scenario [sɪˈnɑːrɪˌəʊ]

scenár, vývoj ( života, budúcich udalostí)

34

due to

vďaka, pre (čo) ( With many European newspapers at risk of closing due to lack of funds)

35


dependable [dɪˈpendəbəl]

spoľahlivý ( Editorial offices often used obsolete publishing systems that were however viewed as dependable. )

36

turf [tɜːf]

územie, rajón (The brand's prestige stayed with the old medium, which encouraged print journalists to defend their turf.)

37

pervasiveness

všadeprítomnosť (The newspapers must take advantage of this pervasiveness to reconquer their old share of the readership.)

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reconquer [riːˈkɒŋkə]

znovu dobyť, získať späť (The newspapers must take advantage of this pervasiveness to reconquer their old share of the readership.)

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leisurely [ˈleʒəlɪ]

pokojný, neuponáhľaný (It may be possible to achieve a return to that form of leisurely, reflective reading that demands more time).

40


vocation [vəʊˈkeɪʃən]

(životné) poslanie (each publication has its own audience, history, and vocation, primarly depending on language.)

41


aim [eɪm]

snažiť sa, usilovať ( The Guardian also aims to become a global publication.)

42


specifically [spɪˈsɪfɪkəlɪ]

špecialne, hlavne (We specifically need to view the digital technologies as a great opportunity for a new business.)

43


emerge [ɪˈmɜːdʒ]

vynoriť sa, objaviť sa (A number of different products emerge in the complex interaction between the people who have the information.)

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newsstand [ˈnjuːzˌstænd]

novinový stánok, trafika

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hitherto [ˈhɪðəˈtuː]

dosiaľ, doteraz (It was almost impossible to come across a hitherto unknown but potentially interesting magazine.)

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come across

naraziť na, nájsť (It was almost impossible to come across a hitherto unknown but potentially interesting magazine.)