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European and American Culture - 11

– n. – A serious problem.
– n. – The improvement or change of something that is wrong, corrupt, unfair, not satisfactory, etc.
– n. - An amount, quantity, etc., greater than needed.
– n. - A person professionally engaged in the design of certain large constructions such as buildings, ships, landscaping, etc.
– n. – A group of men who are privileged and don’t allow others into their social or business club.
– v. – To give in to the unfair demand of a bully (person, nation, etc).
– n. – A forced change or break in something. Usually a negative thing.
– n. – A very bad event or happening, usually something sudden and with loss of life.
– adj. – Not hesitating or fearful. Brave.
– n. – A personality trait where the person believes they are better than other people.
– n. - A kind and generous figure of legend, associated with Saint Nicholas, supposed to bring gifts to children on Christmas Eve.
– n. - A successful, flourishing, or thriving condition, especially in financial respects; good fortune.
– n. – The general course or direction of something or someone.
– n. – (Biology). The ability to produce offspring; power of reproduction. Abundantly productive.
– n. - An established or prescribed procedure for a religious or other rite. A tradition.