Word | Meaning in Oxford Learners’ Therausus Dictionary | Meaning in Longman Dictionary of contemporary English | Meaning in Cambridge dictionaries | Appear | Start to be seen | to start to be seen, to arrive, or to exist in a place, especially suddenly: | to start to be seen or to be present | emerge | leave a dark, confined or hidden place and be seen | to appear or come out from somewhere | to appear by coming out of something or out from behind something | show | visible, to allow st to be seen | to let someone see something | to make it possible for something to be seen | loom | to start to appear as a large shape that is not clear, especially in a frightening or threatening way | to appear as a large unclear shape, especially in a threatening way | to appear as a large, often frightening or unclear shape or object | pop | to suddenly appear, especially when not expected | to come suddenly or unexpectedly out of or away from something | to go to a particular place | come out | to become visible | No result | When the sun, moon, or stars come out, they appear in the sky | Costs | the total amount of money that needs to be spent by a business | the amount of money that you have to pay in order to buy, do, or produce something | the amount of money needed to buy, do, or make somethin | spending | the amount of money that is spend, especially by a government or organization | the amount of money spent, especially by a government or organization | the money that is used for a particular purpose, especially by a government or organization | expenditure | an amount of money spent by a government, organization or person | the total amount of money that a government, organization, or person spends during a particular period of time | the total amount of money that a government or person spends | expenses | money that has to be spent by a person or organization; money that you spend while you are working which your employer will pay back to you later | money that you spend on things such as travel and food while you are doing your job, and which your employer then pays to you | money that you spend when you are doing your job, that your employer will pay back to you | overheads | the regular costs of running a business or organization, such as rent, electricity and wages | money spent regularly on rent, insurance, electricity, and other things that are needed to keep a business operating | a transparent sheet used for showing text or pictures with an overhead projector | outlay | the money that you have to spend in order to start a new business or project, or in order to save yourself money or time later | the amount of money that you have to spend in order to start a new business, activity etc | an amount of money spent for a particular purpose, especially as a first investment in something | Glad | happy about sth or grateful for it | pleased and happy about something | pleased and happy: | happy | pleased about sth nice that you have to do or sth that has happened to sb | having feelings of pleasure, for example because something good has happened to you or you are very satisfied with your life | feeling, showing, or causing pleasure or satisfaction | pleased | happy about sth that has happened or sth that you have to do | happy or satisfied | happy or satisfied | proud | pleased and satisfied about sth that you own or have done, or are connected with | feeling pleased about something that you have done or something that you own, or about someone or something you are involved with or related to | feeling pleasure and satisfaction because you or people connected with you have done or got something good | relieved | feeling happy because sth unpleasant has stopped or has not happened; showing this | feeling happy because you are no longer worried about something | happy that something unpleasant has not happened or has ended | thrilled | extremely pleased and excited about sth I was thrilled
Feb. 4 2013
In “Looking For Work,” Gary Soto provides a personal narrative that shows how
discrepancies between images and the realities of family life can be confusing to a young child.
He recounts the confusion he felt when he compared his family to popular television shows as
well as to families of some of his friends when he was young. Soto may have wanted his family
to be similar to ones he saw on television because he felt marginalized…
The Effects of Slavery on Family Life
Upon entering America, slaves endured constant pressures under the rule of their cruel masters. Male and female slaves were oppressed under equally mortifying, yet different conditions. They were impaired by a vast array of obstacles, which not only limited them from living a stable life, but also from creating a steady family.
Women, who were sometimes treated as roughly as men, struggled to create families (Franklin and Schweninger 13). As Carolyn J. Powers…
she tore the placenta. Ever month she would have to go to the hospital because her and my dad thought they were losing me. When I was born I was two weeks late, yet I was so tiny my mom said people thought I was a premature baby.
My entire mom’s life she had to earn it herself, my grandfather worked a lot and my grandmother had to take on four children. My mom was kind of a geek in school, she told me that she would ask the teacher for extra work or she would read. My mom also got picked on a lot;…
Values and Balancing Family Life with Business Life
Since I was a very young person I saw the need for balancing family life with business life. As I grew to school age, I made sure that I devoted the time to helping with the care of my younger sister, Mary Louise (Mary Lou) to family and friends. There was time for all of our homework, on good days there was time for play in the backyard, then there was chores, that we each had. Patricia Ann, (Pat) to family and friends, went to St.…
Bipolar Within Family Life
“bipolar affects family life in many ways when mixed with drug and alcohol abuse”.
Table of contents
Title page 1
Table of contents 2
The Industrial Revolution and its Impact on Family Life and Women
World Civilization II
Edmund Burke once said," Make revolution a parent of settlement, and not a nursery of future revolutions." This comical yet straightforward quote can be related to a time in history called the Industrial Revolution. Throughout history there has been a political, economical, social and cultural revolution. These revolutions has had complex and long lasting impacts on people’s lives, one revolution that has…
Family and household
10. Using material from item 2b and elsewhere, assess sociological views of the impact of government policies and laws on family life.
In this question we will be discussing the different sociological views of the impact of government policies and laws on family life.
The government is the mechanism by which they put the policy into place.
As England have a democratic system there is a choice of distinctive political parties we vote in and they represent a range of opinions…
Examine the ways in which laws and social policies affect family life
Social policy refers to the plans and actions of government agencies such as the health and social services, the welfare benefits system, schools and other public bodies. Some sociologists argue that social policies have caused more diversity in families. In the 1930’s, the Nazi government kept women out of work and at home so they could take care of housework and childcare as well as sterilizing 375,000 disabled people to prevent…
Examine the ways in which state policies/ laws may affect family life?
There are many laws that have been introduced but I am going to pick out 5 different laws and right about what it is and why it affects different kinds of families. The five laws that I have chosen are: Reproductive technology- IVF, Contraception, Marriage, Divorce and Divorce Reform Act and Paternity Leave.
The first law that I chose is reproductive technology- IVF. IVF is basically women who can’t have a baby. IVF costs a…
PHILOSOPHY OF FLE
“Families, in all the diverse patterns, sizes, creeds and colors they come in, are, indeed, the heart and soul of our society.” – John DeFrain (2001)
Beliefs about Families and the Human Experience
There is no one way to define a family. While looking at Dictionary.com, one would find many different definitions of the word “family:” some involving children, some including phrases such as “related by blood,” and a wide…