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Tier 2 words are less common than high frequency (Tier 1) words. They are often integral to the comprehension of exam questions or core subject knowledge.

objective An objective is a goal.
obsolete If something is obsolete, it means it is no longer in use.
obtain If you obtain something, it means you come into possession of it.
obvious If something is obvious, it means it is easily seen or understood.
occupational Occupational means related to the work you were trained to do.
occupy If you occupy yourself with something, it means you keep yourself busy with it.
occur Occur is another word for happen.
odd If something is odd, it means it is unusual or unexpected.
offset If you offset something, it means you make up for it somewhere else.
ongoing If something is ongoing, it means it is currently happening.
option An option is one of a number of things from which only one can be chosen.
orient If you orient something, it means you determine its position in reference to another point.
orientation Orientation is the the act of determining one thing's position in reference to another point.
outcome An outcome is the result of something.
output An output is signal that comes out of an electronic system.
overall Overall means 'including everything'.
overlap Overlap means to extend over or cover a part of something else.
overseas If somewhere is overseas, it means it is across a sea.

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objective
obsolete
obtain
obvious
occupational
occupy
occur
odd
offset
ongoing
option
orient
orientation
outcome
output
overall
overlap
overseas

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