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Study the word list: Tier 2 Words (exceed - extract)

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.

Word list: Tier 2 Words (exceed - extract)

Exceed means to be greater in scope or size than a set standard.
If you exclude someone, it means you leave them out.
If you exert yourself, it means you a make a physical or mental effort.
If you exhibit something, it means you show or display it.
Expand means to extend in one or more directions.
Expansion is the act of increasing.
An expert is a person with special knowledge or ability in a particular field.
If something is explicit, it means it is precisely and clearly expressed.
Exploitation is the act of treating someone unfairly in order to profit from them.
If you export something, it means you sell or transfer it abroad.
If you expose something, it means you make it visible or known.
Exposure is the state of being exposed.
External means happening, arising, or located outside.
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