an go ihng
definition: existing continuously from some time in the past into the present.
example: The killer has not been found, and the investigation is still ongoing.
example: Scientists are studying the ongoing changes in the volcano.
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Collocations: Words often used in combination with the adjective ongoing
ongoing + NOUN: ~ research, ~ study, ~ project, ~ investigation, ~ search, ~ inquiry, ~ experiment, ~ discussion, ~ commitment, ~ collaboration, ~ challenge, ~ basis, ~ involvement, ~ support, ~ struggle, ~ conflict, ~ tension, ~ controversy, ~ turmoil, ~ violence
re k@ mend
definition 1: to put forward as being worthy of regard or confidence; give endorsement of.
example: I highly recommend her for the job.
example: Can you recommend a good hotel in the area?
example: The librarian recommended some excellent books to us.
definition 2: to put forward as advisable.
example: The pharmacist recommended that the medication be taken before bed.
example: I recommend that you not make a decision until you’ve considered the matter seriously.
example: The doctor recommended that I see a specialist.
example: The teacher recommended getting some private tutoring for the child.
example: The mechanic recommended having the oil changed more frequently.
definition 1: to look to for advice or information.
example: He consulted his lawyer concerning his legal rights in the matter.
definition 2: to refer to; check.
example: Let’s consult the dictionary for the correct spelling.
definition 3: to take into account; consider.
example: I’ll have to consult my finances before deciding to buy.
lih jI t@ miht
definition 1: in accordance with the law or rules (used especially when the breaking of laws or rules is suspected).
example: Upon investigation, it was found that these were legitimate business dealings.
example: He was shown to be the legitimate heir to the throne.
definition 2: valid, justified, or deserved.
example: She had to admit that it was a legitimate criticism.
so si o i k@ na mihk
definition: of, relating to, or characterizing the social and economic aspects of something.
example: My grandparents came from very different socioeconomic backgrounds, my grandfather coming from a poor, Jewish family from Poland and my grandmother from a wealthy, Irish-Catholic family.