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pernicious : having a harmful effect, especially in a gradual or subtle way. prone: likely to or liable to suffer from, do, or experience something, typically something regrettable or unwelcome. Hindsight bias has pernicious effects on the evaluations of decision makers. Consider low-risk surgical intervention in which an unpredictable accident occurred that caused the patient’s…

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An intention to answer one question evoke another, which was not only superfluous but actually detrimental to the main task. superfluous: unnecessary, especially through being more than enough. detrimental: tending to cause harm. In Turkish: detrimental :zararlı superfluous: gereğinden fazla, fazla, bol bol Bir soruyu cevaplama niyeti sadece fazla değil ama ana görev için zararlı…

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Proliferating – increase rapidly in numbers; multiply. Numerical simulation of chain reactions within computers initiated a chain reaction among computers, with machines and codes proliferating as explosively as the phenomena they were designed to help us understand.   In Turkish: Proliferating – çoğalmak, sayıların hızla artışı Bilgisayarların içindeki zincirleme reaksiyonların sayısal simülasyonu bilgisayarlar arasında zincirleme reaksiyonu, bizim anlamanıza yardımcı…

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Evolve – develop gradually, especially from a simple to a more complex form. Amid – surrounded by; in the middle of. Gradual – taking place or progressing slowly or by degrees. Abrupt – sudden and unexpected. We humans evolved to survive amid the gradual, predictable changes of the natural world, but now our livelihoods are threatened by abrupt, unpredictable…

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Botch – Foozle, carry out (a task) badly or carelessly Curfew – a regulation requiring people to remain indoors between specified hours, typically at night. Scurry – (of a person or small animal) move hurriedly with short quick steps. Reams – sheaves Miss Watson and the rest of the research staff are indeed fired, but before they can clean…

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Turnip – Cole-seed Dispassion –  detachment, objectivity, fairness  Clay just looked at him as if he’d fallen off the turnip truck – which, apart from an expression of mute dispassion, was the most frequent look he used on Luke in those days. In Turkish; Turnip – şalgam Dispassion – hislerine kapılmama; tarafsızlık, objektivite Clay sanki şalgam kamyondan…