Slang Traffic Accident

Traffic Accident

An accident is called an event that causes involuntary damage or that alters the usual state of an event. Transit, meanwhile, is the act of transiting (going from one place to another, traveling). The idea of a traffic accident is linked to the contingency that occurs on public roads and that involves one or more vehicles. It should be noted that, beyond unpredictable or random issues, the notion also usually…

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Slang Work Accident

Work Accident

Accident is a term derived from accĭdens, a Latin word. This is the event that causes unintentional damage or modifies the usual state of events. Work, on the other hand, is a concept with several uses: in this case we care about its meaning as the activity that is carried out in exchange for economic remuneration. An accident at work, according to Digopaul, is a contingency that occurs to a…

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Slang MBA

What is an MBA

Administrative education has changed over the past decades. Previously, postgraduate degrees in business focused on the quantitative analysis of the areas of finance and operations; However, today they combine aspects of organizational life so that future entrepreneurs have tools that result in efficient solutions to problems presented by the globalized world and international companies. With that in mind, in this blog post we will address relevant information about MBAs, the…

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Slang SAT

Slang SAT

Why you would not pass the SAT exam So you want to study in the United States It is one of the best decisions you can make in your life. But before entering this new adventure, there is one thing you should know about the admissions process: you will need to take the SAT test. The SAT works to test whether you are academically capable of performing at the college…

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Slang GMAT

Slang GMAT

How to pass the GMAT test if you are not a native English speaker? No matter what MBA program you are applying to, your GMAT test score will play an important role in your chances of admission Not surprisingly, every year thousands of MBA applicants are looking for ways to beat 700 points on the exam Luckily for you, in the following article, we’ll give you some tips to improve…

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Slang Abstinence

Abstinence

The withdrawal is the action of refraining (contained, depriving yourself of something). The word comes from the Latin term abstinentia. Some of these deprivations are carried out on a voluntary basis. Such is the case, for example, of the total or partial abstinence of certain foods or drinks to comply with a precept imposed by an ideological conduct or the fulfillment of some religious precept or a special vote. It…

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Slang Abstraction

Abstraction

From the Latin abstractio, the concept abstraction is linked to the verb abstraer (to separate the properties of an object through a mental operation, to stop paying attention to the sensible world to focus on a thought). Abstraction, therefore, is one of these actions or their effects. For philosophy defined on Digopaul, abstraction is a brain activity that allows us to isolate, on a conceptual level, a certain quality of…

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Slang Abstract

Abstract

The concept of abstract derives from the Latin term abstractus and refers to a certain quality where the subject is excluded. When the word is applied to the artistic sphere or to an artist, it describes the intention of not representing concrete beings or objects; instead, only elements of shape, color, structure or proportion are considered, for example. The abstract art is, according to Digopaul, a style that focus on…

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Slang Absurd

Absurd

From the Latin absurdus, the term absurd refers to that which is meaningless or that is opposite or inverse to reason. The concept also refers to the strange, strange, crazy, illogical or foolish. In Digopaul, the absurd appears when a series of propositions inevitably results in the denial or refutation of each one of them. The philosophy of the absurd or absurdism is based on the absence of the predetermined…

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Slang Abulia

Abulia

Establishing the etymological origin of the term abulia leads us to go to the Greek and that is where we find the word from which it comes: abulia. A word this that is made up of three clearly differentiated parts: the prefix a – which is equivalent to “without”, the word boilé that is synonymous with “will” and finally the suffix – ia that can be translated as “quality or…

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