Another Word For ACQUIRING_NEW_SKILLS
Noun : Action of the verb to train.
Noun : The activity of imparting and acquiring skills.
Noun : The result of good social upbringing.
Noun : (countable) Any of various marine invertebrates of the phylum Porifera, that have a porous skeleton often of silica.
Noun : (countable) A piece of porous material used for washing (originally made from the invertebrates, now often made of plastic).
Noun : (uncountable) A porous material such as sponges consist of.
Noun : (obsolete) An actor who is able to learn their lines in a short amount of time.
Noun : One who is capable of learning at a fast pace; a fast learner.
Noun : New or different training, or training in a new field
Verb : (transitive) To ready for use.
Verb : (transitive) To arrange logically.
Verb : (transitive) To cause to happen.
Verb : (transitive, intransitive) To train again; especially, to train or study in a new subject or job
Noun : An instance of training again.
Noun : (obsolete) A sufficient supply (of).
Noun : (obsolete) A sustainable income.
Noun : The ability to perform some task; competence.
Noun : The fact of knowing about something; general understanding or familiarity with a subject, place, situation etc.
Noun : Awareness of a particular fact or situation; a state of having been informed or made aware of something.
Noun : Intellectual understanding; the state of appreciating truth or information.
Verb : To acquire, or attempt to acquire knowledge or an ability to do something.
Verb : To attend a course or other educational activity.
Verb : To gain knowledge from a bad experience so as to improve.
Noun : (uncountable) The process of imparting knowledge, skill and judgment.
Noun : (countable) Facts, skills and ideas that have been learned, especially through formal instruction.
Noun : (uncountable) An act in which something is learned.
Noun : (uncountable) Accumulated knowledge.
Noun : (countable) Something that has been learned
Noun : The act or process of acquiring.
Noun : The thing acquired or gained; a gain.
Noun : (computing) The process of sampling signals that measure real world physical conditions and converting these signals into digital numeric values that can be manipulated by a computer.
Noun : (now rare, chiefly in the plural) Something that has been acquired; an attainment or accomplishment.
Noun : The act or fact of acquiring something; acquisition.
Noun : The process of becoming older or more mature.
Noun : The deliberate process of making something (such as an antique) appear (or, in science fiction, become) older than it is.
Noun : (gerontology) The accumulation of damage to macromolecules, cells, tissues and organs with the passage of time; the progressing loss of health, mobility, vibrancy and body functionality, resulting in biological death.
Noun : UK, Australia, and New Zealand standard spelling of aging.
Adjective : UK, Australia, and New Zealand standard spelling of aging.
Verb : (transitive) To acquire possession of.
Verb : (intransitive) To have or receive advantage or profit; to acquire gain; to grow rich; to advance in interest, health, or happiness; to make progress.
Verb : (transitive, dated) To come off winner or victor in; to be successful in; to obtain by competition.
Noun : Repetition of an activity to improve a skill.
Noun : An organized event for the purpose of performing such repetition.
Noun : (uncountable, especially medicine, art) The ongoing pursuit of a craft or profession, particularly in medicine or the fine arts.
Verb : (transitive) To repeat (an activity) as a way of improving one's skill in that activity.
Verb : (intransitive) To repeat an activity in this way.
Verb : (transitive) To perform or observe in a habitual fashion.
Noun : The act of one who practises.
Noun : The acquisition of title to, or property in, anything for a price; buying for money or its equivalent.
Noun : That which is obtained, got or acquired, in any manner, honestly or dishonestly; property; possession; acquisition.
Noun : That which is obtained for a price in money or its equivalent.
Noun : The process of becoming ripe.
Verb : (usually academic) To review materials already learned in order to make sure one does not forget them, usually in preparation for an examination.
Verb : (academic) To take a course or courses on a subject.
Verb : To acquire knowledge on a subject with the intention of applying it in practice.
Noun : (economics) The purchase of one company by another; a merger without the formation of a new company, especially where some stakeholders in the purchased company oppose the purchase.
Noun : (economics, UK) The acquisition of a public company whose shares are listed on a stock exchange, in contrast to the acquisition of a private company.
Noun : A time or event in which control or authority, especially over a facility is passed from one party to the next.
Noun : Capacity to do something well; technique, ability. Skills are usually acquired or learned, as opposed to abilities, which are often thought of as innate.
Noun : (obsolete) Discrimination; judgment; propriety; reason; cause.
Noun : (obsolete) Knowledge; understanding.
Noun : Currently unrealized ability (with the most common adposition being to)
Noun : (physics) The gravitational potential: the radial (irrotational, static) component of a gravitational field, also known as the Newtonian potential or the gravitoelectric field.
Noun : (physics) The work (energy) required to move a reference particle from a reference location to a specified location in the presence of a force field, for example to bring a unit positive electric charge from an infinite distance to a specified point against an electric field.
Noun : The state or quality of being adept or skillful.
Noun : The ability to hold, receive, or absorb
Noun : A measure of such ability; volume
Noun : The maximum amount that can be held
Verb : (transitive, now rare) To discover, find out; to uncover.
Verb : (intransitive) To change with a specific direction, progress.
Verb : (transitive, intransitive) To progress through a sequence of stages.
Noun : (uncountable) The process of developing; growth, directed change.
Noun : (uncountable, biology) The process by which a mature multicellular organism or part of an organism is produced by the addition of new cells.
Noun : (countable) Something which has developed.
Noun : Great skill or knowledge in a particular field or hobby.
Noun : Advice, or opinion, of an expert.
Verb : (transitive, rare) To supply with expert knowledge or advice.
Noun : An adult male human.
Noun : (collective) All human males collectively: mankind.
Noun : A human, a person regardless of gender, usually an adult. (See usage notes.)
Noun : (countable) Any activity that uses physical exertion or skills competitively under a set of rules that is not based on aesthetics.
Noun : (countable) A person who exhibits either good or bad sportsmanship.
Noun : (countable) Somebody who behaves or reacts in an admirably good-natured manner, e.g. to being teased or to losing a game; a good sport.
Noun : Labour, occupation, job.
Noun : The place where one is employed.
Noun : (by extension) One's employer.
Noun : (obsolete) Suitableness.
Noun : (uncountable) The quality or state of being able; capacity to do or of doing something; having the necessary power.
Noun : The legal wherewithal to act.
Noun : The capacity of someone to lead others.
Noun : A group of leaders.
Noun : The office or status of a leader.
Adjective : Capable of receiving something.
Adjective : Ready to receive something, especially new concepts or ideas.
Adjective : (botany) Of a female flower or gynoecium: ready for reproduction; fertile.
Adjective : Having the necessary powers or the needed resources to accomplish a task.
Adjective : Free from constraints preventing completion of task; permitted to; not prevented from.
Adjective : Gifted with skill, intelligence, knowledge, or competence.
Noun : (obsolete) Synonym of classical studies: the study of Ancient Greek and Latin, their literature, etc.
Noun : The study of language, literature, the arts, history, and philosophy, sometimes including religion
Noun : A medical facility, such as a hospital, especially one for the treatment and diagnosis of outpatients.
Noun : (medicine, by extension) A hospital session to diagnose or treat patients.
Noun : (medicine, obsolete) A school, or class, in which medicine or surgery is taught by examining and treating patients in the presence of the pupils.
Adjective : Having undergone a course of training (sometimes in combination).
Adjective : Manipulated in shape or habit.
Verb : At or towards the front; in the direction one is facing or moving.
Verb : So as to be further advanced, either spatially or in an abstract sense.
Verb : In or for the future.
Noun : The act of attaining; the act of arriving at or reaching; the act of obtaining by exertion or effort.
Noun : That which is attained, or obtained by exertion.
Noun : Someone who is just starting at something, or has only recently started.
Noun : Someone who sets something in motion.
Noun : (theater) An actor who is present on stage in the first moments of a play.
Noun : An actual event, situation, or fact.
Noun : (now rare) A given condition or state.
Noun : A piece of work, specifically defined within a profession.
Verb : To find or learn something for the first time.
Verb : (transitive, obsolete) To remove the cover from; to uncover (a head, building etc.).
Verb : (transitive, now rare) To expose, uncover.
Adjective : no longer concealed; uncovered as by opening a curtain; `discovered' is archaic and primarily a theater ter
Adjective : discovered or determined by scientific observatio
Noun : A test under controlled conditions made to either demonstrate a known truth, examine the validity of a hypothesis, or determine the efficacy or likelihood of something previously untried.
Noun : (obsolete) Experience, practical familiarity with something.
Verb : (intransitive) To conduct an experiment.
Noun : experimentation
Noun : A person who is interned, forcibly or voluntarily.
Verb : (transitive) To imprison somebody, usually without trial.
Verb : (of a state, especially a neutral state) To confine or hold (foreign military personnel who stray into the state's territory) within prescribed limits during wartime.
Noun : The art of sculpting models from clay etc. to create a representation of something.
Noun : The representation of depth in a two-dimensional image.
Noun : The profession of someone who models clothes.
Noun : Usually preceded by the: alternative letter-case form of Orient (“a region or a part of the world to the east of a certain place; countries of Asia, the East (especially East Asia)”)
Noun : The part of the horizon where the sun first appears in the morning; the east.
Noun : (obsolete) A pearl originating from the Indian region, reputed to be of great brilliance; (by extension) any pearl of particular beauty and value.
Adjective : Having a specific orientation.
Noun : (sports) racing across unfamiliar place using a map and compass
Adjective : positioning with respect to a reference system or determining your bearings physically or intellectuall
Noun : The ability to do or undergo something.
Noun : (countable) The ability to affect or influence.
Noun : Control or coercion, particularly legal or political (jurisdiction).
Noun : (obsolete) The worth of something; value.
Noun : The proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and another.
Noun : Speed.
Verb : To take, as something that is offered, given, committed, sent, paid, etc.; to accept; to be given something.
Verb : (law) To take goods knowing them to be stolen.
Verb : To act as a host for guests; to give admittance to; to permit to enter, as into one's house, presence, company, etc.
Adjective : Generally accepted as correct or true.
Adjective : Experiencing renewed vigor; being reborn.
Noun : The time of day when the sun appears above the eastern horizon.
Noun : The change in color of the sky at dawn.
Noun : (figuratively) Any great awakening.
Verb : (transitive) To take hold of, particularly with the hand.
Verb : (transitive) Of an emotion or situation: to have a strong effect upon.
Verb : (transitive) To firmly hold the attention of.
Noun : A magician; (derogatory) a conjurer or sorcerer, especially one who is a charlatan or trickster.
Noun : (Zoroastrianism) A Zoroastrian priest.
Verb : (transitive) To test (something) to see how it works or whether it is suitable.
Verb : (intransitive) To undergo a test before being selected; to audition.
Noun : A test of the suitability or effectiveness of a person or thing, especially an audition for a performer or athlete, or the advance staging of a play at a small theatre.
Noun : the process of being vascularized.
Noun : (medicine) the formation of blood vessels and capillaries in living tissue
Noun : (botany) the formation of leaf veins
Noun : The act of accomplishing; completion; fulfilment.
Noun : That which completes, perfects, or equips thoroughly; acquirement; attainment; that which constitutes excellence of mind, or elegance of manners, acquired by education or training.
Noun : Something accomplished; an achievement.
Noun : (chiefly in the plural) Patronage or protection.
Noun : An omen or a sign.
Noun : (obsolete) Divination from the actions of birds.
Noun : Someone who binds.
Noun : Someone who binds books; a bookbinder.
Noun : A cover or holder for unbound papers, pages, etc.
Noun : A chopping block: a cuboid base for cutting or beheading.
Noun : A wig block: a simplified head model upon which wigs are worn.
Noun : A mould on which hats, bonnets, etc., are shaped.
Noun : A diminutive of the female given name Caroline, also used as a formal given name.
Noun : A surname.
Noun : An unincorporated community in Knott County, Kentucky, United States.
Verb : To do (something good) after (something bad) happens
Verb : To pay or reward someone in exchange for work done or some other consideration.
Verb : (transitive, intransitive) To make up for; to do something in place of something else; to correct, satisfy; to reach an agreement such that the scales are literally or (metaphorically) balanced; to equalize or make even.
Noun : (law, UK, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia) The power of a state to expropriate private land within its jurisdiction for public use.
Adjective : Having attained a level of higher education, such as a college degree.
Adjective : Based on relevant information.
Noun : (programming) Practice of always using references instead of copies of equal objects.
Adjective : Mutually touching or intersecting.
Adjective : (biology) Uniting two groups; said of certain genera which connect family groups, or of species that connect genera.
Noun : A person who is adept at overseeing the construction a building using the plans drawn by an architect
Noun : Divination involving the dead or death.
Noun : Loosely, any sorcery or witchcraft, especially involving death or the dead, particularly sorcery involving raising or reanimating the dead.
Noun : (Internet) Synonym of necroposting
Noun : A gossip.
Noun : (colloquial) A journalist.
Noun : (uncountable) Equality; comparability of strength or intensity.
Noun : (mathematics, countable) A set with the property of having all of its elements belonging to one of two disjoint subsets, especially a set of integers split in subsets of even and odd elements.
Noun : (mathematics, countable) The classification of an element of a set with parity into one of the two sets.
Noun : The ability to assume different forms or shapes.
Noun : (biology) The coexistence, in the same locality, of two or more distinct forms independent of sex, not connected by intermediate gradations, but produced from common parents.
Noun : (object-oriented programming) The feature pertaining to the dynamic treatment of data elements based on their type, allowing for an instance of a method to have several definitions.
Adjective : Of or pertaining to preparation, having the purpose of making something or someone ready, preparative.
Adjective : (now rare) Scolded, rebuked.
Adjective : (engineering) maximum (load, voltage, etc.) under which a device can function properly
Noun : (Britain, New Zealand, Australia, Hong Kong) Taxes, usually on property, levied by local government.
Verb : To find something again.
Noun : An additional sense beyond the five normal ones; the ability to see things that are not detectable by normal sight; clairvoyance; extrasensory perception.
Noun : Synonym of senopia
Noun : A person who designs, builds and repairs ships, especially wooden ones.
Verb : (intransitive) To collapse inward; to crumble.
Verb : (intransitive) To become wrinkled.
Verb : (transitive) To draw into wrinkles.
Adjective : Wrinkled because the volume has reduced while the surface area of the outer layer has remained constant.
Adjective : Collapsed in size.
Adjective : Having or showing skill; skillful.
Adjective : Requiring special abilities or training.
Noun : An individual who is on strike.
Noun : A blacksmith's assistant who wields the sledgehammer.
Noun : A piece used to push other pieces toward the pockets in the Asian game of carom.
Adjective : (UK, Australia, New Zealand, US, colloquial) Suspicious.
Noun : (UK) Suspicious behaviour; the act of loitering with intent.
Verb : (transitive, UK, obsolete) To arrest for suspicious behaviour.
Noun : Confidence in or reliance on some person or quality.
Noun : Dependence upon something in the future; hope.
Noun : Confidence in the future payment for goods or services supplied; credit.
Adjective : reliable
Noun : The process of becoming green.
Noun : (biology) The abnormal development of green pigmentation in plants that are not normally green, like flowers and shoots. It may indicate phytoplasma infection.
Noun : A machine which translates linear motion of wind to rotational motion by means of adjustable vanes called sails.
Noun : The structure containing such machinery.
Noun : A child's toy consisting of vanes mounted on a stick that rotate when blown by a person or by the wind.
Verb : To convince or influence (someone) by arguing or contending.
Verb : Followed by out of: to elicit (something) from a person by arguing or bargaining.
Verb : (archaic, rare)
Adjective : Having from birth (or as if from birth) a certain quality or character; innate; inherited.
Noun : (Tyneside) Alternative spelling of burn (a stream) [A physical injury caused by heat, cold, electricity, radiation or caustic chemicals.]
Verb : (Tyneside) Alternative spelling of burn (with fire etc.) [(transitive) To cause to be consumed by fire.]
Noun : A newly sprouted leaf or blossom that has not yet unfolded.
Noun : (figuratively) Something that has begun to develop.
Noun : A small rounded body in the process of splitting from an organism, which may grow into a genetically identical new organism.
Noun : (uncountable) Money in the form of notes/bills and coins, as opposed to cheques/checks or electronic transactions.
Noun : (uncountable, finance) Liquid assets, money that can be traded quickly, as distinct from assets that are invested and cannot be easily exchanged.
Noun : (uncountable, informal) Money.
Noun : A convert to Christianity under instruction before baptism; a young or recent Christian preparing for confirmation.
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