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hand in

predati

2

cope (kōp)

verb
- савладати
overcome, master, cope, defeat, surmount, overpower
- довити се
cope, manage
- испунити
fulfill, fill up, carry out, realize, implement, cope

noun
- огртач
cloak, cape, overcoat, mantle, wrap, cope

noun
- a long, loose cloak worn by a priest or bishop on ceremonial occasions.
Here she was vested in her robes of state and was met by the bishop who was to perform the ceremony, with all the chapel Royal in their copes , the bishop mitred.
verb
- (of a person) deal effectively with something difficult.
his ability to cope with stress
synonyms: manage, survive, subsist, look after oneself, fend for oneself, carry on, get by/through, bear up, hold one's own, keep one's end up, keep one's head above water, make it, hack it; deal with, handle, manage, address, face (up to), confront, tackle, come to grips with, get through, weather, come to terms with
- (in building) cover (a joint or structure) with a coping.

3

lays out

verb
- нокаутирати
lay out, knock out
- спремити
prepare, make, fix, lay out, prime
- издати
issue, betray, publish, let, hand out, give away
- трасирати
trace, mark, lay out
- postavlja

4

formal (ˈfôrməl)

adjective
формалан
formal, technical
званичан
official, formal, established
свечан
solemn, festive, formal, gala, dressy, stately

adjective
done in accordance with rules of convention or etiquette; suitable for or constituting an official or important situation or occasion.
a formal dinner party
synonyms: ceremonial, ceremonious, ritualistic, ritual, conventional, traditional, stately, courtly, solemn, dignified, elaborate, ornate, dressy, black-tie
officially sanctioned or recognized.
a formal complaint
synonyms: official, legal, authorized, approved, validated, certified, endorsed, documented, sanctioned, licensed, recognized, authoritative
noun
an evening gown.
She would do her hair up for fun sometimes, and trot around her apartment in evening formals for no reason at all.

5

assess (əˈses)

verb
проценити
assess, estimate, evaluate, judge, appraise, rate
оценити
assess, evaluate, judge, grade, gauge, appraise
разрезати порез
assess

verb
evaluate or estimate the nature, ability, or quality of.
the committee must assess the relative importance of the issues
synonyms: evaluate, judge, gauge, rate, estimate, appraise, consider, get the measure of

6

carry out

verb
извршити
execute, perform, carry out, commit, accomplish, implement
спровести
conduct, carry out, take, escort, put in, carry through
спроводити
carry out, pilot, put into effect
обавити
carry out, get done, have done, transact, prosecute, embosom
провести
spend, carry out, guide, put in, install, show through
остварити
achieve, realize, accomplish, materialize, bring about, carry out
испунити
fulfill, fill up, carry out, realize, implement, grout
изнети
state, put forward, introduce, bring up, carry out, bring forth

7

get hold

nabaviti

8

get hold of

verb
добити
get, receive, obtain, win, acquire, get hold of
контактирати
contact, make contact, get hold of

9

drop out

verb
напустити
leave, abandon, vacate, quit, forsake, drop out
одустати
give up, quit, withdraw, drop, drop out, recede
иступити
resign, come out, drop out

10

threshold (ˈTHreSHˌ(h)ōld)

noun
праг
threshold, doorstep, sill, groundsill
почетак
start, beginning, commencement, inception, onset, threshold

noun
a strip of wood, metal, or stone forming the bottom of a doorway and crossed in entering a house or room.
George enters the house, crossing its threshold with one broad step.
synonyms: doorstep, doorway, entrance, entry, door, gate, gateway, portal, doorsill
the magnitude or intensity that must be exceeded for a certain reaction, phenomenon, result, or condition to occur or be manifested.
nothing happens until the signal passes the threshold

11

caveat (ˈkavēˌät,ˈkäv-)

noun
наредба за суспендовање
caveat

noun
a warning or proviso of specific stipulations, conditions, or limitations.
But it is also liberally sprinkled with caveats and warnings as to the difficulties in turning up more evidence.

12

caveat (ˈkavēˌät,ˈkäv-)

noun
наредба за суспендовање
caveat

noun
a warning or proviso of specific stipulations, conditions, or limitations.
But it is also liberally sprinkled with caveats and warnings as to the difficulties in turning up more evidence.

13

distinction (disˈtiNGkSHən)

noun
разлика
difference, distinction, divergence, divergency, remainder
одлика
feature, distinction, characteristic, excellence

noun
a difference or contrast between similar things or people.
there is a sharp distinction between domestic politics and international politics
synonyms: difference, contrast, dissimilarity, variance, variation, division, differentiation, dividing line, gulf, gap
excellence that sets someone or something apart from others.
a novelist of distinction

14

Moreover

adverb
штавише
moreover, furthermore, all the more
поврх тога
moreover, besides, therewithal

adverb
as a further matter; besides.
moreover, glass is electrically insulating

15

Furthermore

adverb
штавише
moreover, furthermore, all the more
осим тога
furthermore, further, therewithal

16

nitty-gritty

noun
the most important aspects or practical details of a subject or situation.

17

bias (ˈbīəs)

noun
преднапон
bias
склоност
propensity, tendency, inclination, affinity, penchant, bias
нагиб
slope, inclination, tilt, incline, gradient, bias
падина
slope, hillside, scarp, downhill, bias, dip
дијагонала
diagonal, bias
verb
створити предрасуду
bias, prejudice
имати лош утицај
bias

noun
prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person, or group compared with another, usually in a way considered to be unfair.
there was evidence of bias against foreign applicants
synonyms: prejudice, partiality, partisanship, favoritism, unfairness, one-sidedness, bigotry, intolerance, discrimination, leaning, tendency, inclination, predilection, casteism
in some sports, such as lawn bowling, the irregular shape given to a ball.
This model bowl has the Traditional bias which has stood the test of time wherever Lawn Bowls is played.
verb
cause to feel or show inclination or prejudice for or against someone or something.
readers said the paper was biased toward the conservatives

18

offset

noun
офсет
offset
противтежа
counterweight, counterbalance, offset, counterpoise, set-off
нагиб
slope, inclination, tilt, incline, gradient, offset
огранак
branch, offshoot, spur, offset
зидна стопа
offset
младица
sprout, shoot, spear, offspring, imp, offset
савијање
flexion, inflexion, incurvation, offset
verb
неутрализовати
neutralize, offset
зидати са зидном стопом
offset
равном штампом
offset
штампати посредном
offset
изједначити
equalize, even, counterbalance, equiponderate, offset

noun
a consideration or amount that diminishes or balances the effect of a contrary one.
an offset against taxable profits
the amount or distance by which something is out of line.
these wheels have an offset of four inches
verb
counteract (something) by having an opposing force or effect.
the deficit has been more than offset by capital inflows

19

broad (brôd)

adjective
широк
wide, broad, extensive, full, loose, spacious
општи
general, common, generic, universal, broad, public
простран
spacious, vast, broad, capacious, commodious, extensive
јасан
bright, obvious, clear, plain, vivid, broad
упадљив
conspicuous, noticeable, prominent, marked, showy, broad

adjective
having an ample distance from side to side; wide.
a broad staircase
synonyms: wide
covering a large number and wide scope of subjects or areas.
a broad range of experience
synonyms: comprehensive, inclusive, extensive, wide, all-embracing, eclectic, unlimited
noun
a woman.
We listen to tough old broad Elaine Stritch belt out a song about tough old broads .

20

governed by

регулисано

21

empowers (emˈpou(-ə)r)

verb
оспособити
train, empower, capacitate, habilitate, fit out
опуномоћити
authorize, empower, depute, authorise

verb
give (someone) the authority or power to do something.
nobody was empowered to sign checks on her behalf

22

denote (diˈnōt)

verb
означити
mark, tag, denote, designate, label, signify

verb
be a sign of; indicate.
this mark denotes purity and quality

23

loaf (lōf)

noun
векна
loaf
глава
head, headpiece, knob, scone, noggin, loaf
векница
loaf
verb
дангубити
frig, loaf, waste time, beat time, laze, kick one's heels
ленчарити
loaf, slug, idle, muck about, kick one's heels
провести у нераду
loaf
скитати
roam, wander, ramble, traipse, straggle, loaf

noun
a quantity of bread that is shaped and baked in one piece and usually sliced before being eaten.
a loaf of bread
verb
idle one's time away, typically by aimless wandering or loitering.
don't let him see you loafing around with your hands in your pockets

24

engagement (enˈgājmənt)

adjective
веренички
engagement, betrothed
noun
ангажман
engagement
веридба
engagement, betrothal, troth
ангажовање
engagement, booking

noun
a formal agreement to get married.
And it won't be a formal engagement , at least not until I can get a ring.
synonyms: marriage contract, betrothal, espousal
an arrangement to do something or go somewhere at a fixed time.
a dinner engagement
synonyms: appointment, meeting, arrangement, commitment, date, assignation, rendezvous, tryst
the action of engaging or being engaged.
Britain's continued engagement in open trading
a fight or battle between armed forces.
Extending the conclusion of losing battles, engagements and fire fights can salvage some benefits in the greater campaign.

25

accent

noun
акценат
accent, stress
нагласак
accent, stress
verb
нагласити
emphasize, stress, underline, accentuate, accent
акцентовати
accentuate, accent, emphasize

noun
a distinctive mode of pronunciation of a language, especially one associated with a particular nation, locality, or social class.
a strong German accent
synonyms: pronunciation, intonation, enunciation, articulation, inflection, tone, modulation, cadence, timbre, manner of speaking, delivery, brogue, burr, drawl, twang
a distinct emphasis given to a syllable or word in speech by stress or pitch.
In all but parts of eastern Slovakia, the stress is on the first syllable of a word; longer words (three or more syllables) have secondary accents .
synonyms: stress, emphasis, accentuation, force, prominence, beat, ictus
a special or particular emphasis.
the accent is on participation
synonyms: emphasis, stress, priority, importance, prominence
verb
emphasize (a particular feature).
fabrics that accent the background colors in the room

26

vast majority

- velika vecina
- ogromna vecina
- vecina

27

annotate (ˈanəˌtāt)

verb
прибележити
note down, annotate, make notes
ставити прибелешке
annotate

verb
add notes to (a text or diagram) giving explanation or comment.
documentation should be annotated with explanatory notes

28

suppress (səˈpres)

verb
угушити
suffocate, smother, suppress, stifle, choke, quell
забранити
prohibit, ban, forbid, bar, suppress, interdict
заташкати
hush up, suppress, whitewash

verb
forcibly put an end to.
the uprising was savagely suppressed

29

reliability

noun
поузданост
reliability, dependability, trustworthiness, sureness, trustiness, assertiveness
способност остварења функсција
reliability

noun
reliableness, dependability, dependableness

30

stubbed

verb
искрчити
stub, clear
ударити
hit, strike, bump, whack, beat, knock

verb
accidentally strike (one's toe) against something.
I stubbed my toe, swore, and tripped
extinguish (a lighted cigarette) by pressing the lighted end against something.
she stubbed out her cigarette in the overflowing ashtray
dig up (a plant) by the roots.