|rephrasing a statement, whether or either||or|
|(Grammar) fundamental part of a sentence that contains a verb and provides details about the subject of a sentence (such as attributes, action, etc.), assert something about subject of statement, base on, found on; establish, set; ascribe, base somethi...||predicate|
|account which combines regular banking functions with investment activity allowing one bank statement that includes all financial activity||AMA (asset management account)|
|account which combines regular banking functions with investment activity allowing one bank statement that includes all financial activity||asset management account|
|accumulate, copy computer files, go backward, prove statement, to support somebody||back up|
|acknowledge payment by signing, acknowledgment of receipt, act of receiving, amount received, bill of sale, written statement of purchases, give receipt, recipe, write a statement of purchases, make a bill of sale; acknowledge the receipt of an item||receipt|
|acknowledging a negative statement, an interjection used to indicate a negative response in order to refuse, deny, or disagree with something, answer or vote, indicating disbelief, negative answer; not, negative answer; not at all; not, negative answer...||no|
|act of accusing; formal accusation presented by a grand jury (Law); accusation, criticism; state of being indicted, act of indicting somebody, formal accusation before grand jury, statement or fact that accuses||indictment|
|act of bragging, something bragged about, exaggerate about oneself, desirable possession, excessively proud statement, possess something desirable, shape stone, speak proudly about possessions or accomplishments||boast|
|act of disclaiming, repudiation; renouncing of a claim; statement which denies responsibility or affiliation, denial, denial of knowledge, refusal to accept responsibility, statement renouncing legal right||disclaimer|
|act of evading a discussion or argument by using ambiguous speech; equivocal statement, ambiguous comment; petty criticism, make trivial objections, petty objection, pun, use ambiguous language to evade a discussion or argument; make an equivocal comme...||quibble|
|act of expressing objection, act of making a statement of protest; expression of protest, statement of objection||remonstration|
|act of generalizing; general statement or conclusion, inference from instance, making of generalizations, sweeping statement, use of learned response||generalization|
|act of judging; forming of an opinion; assessment, opinion; verdict, sentence of a court; decree, sentence; ability to judge, good sense, act of making a statement, decision of a judge, decision on a disputed matter, discernment or good sense, divine p...||judgment|
|act of predicting, prognostication, divination; prophecy, soothsaying; forecasting, act of foretelling, statement about future||prediction|
|act of regarding as equal, making equal; statement demonstrating the equality of two quantities (Mathematics); equally balanced state, representation of a chemical reaction, situation involving many variable factors, state of being equal, statement of ...||equation|
|act of repeating the words of another person; citation, passage taken from another source; reference; commercial offer; statement of price, offer of a price; price that has been stated or offered, quote, quoting of prices, quoting of what somebody has ...||quotation|
|act of representing; state of being represented, fact of being served by representative, performance, picture, something described or stated, something spoken or done for another, statement inducing somebody to make contract, voting system or body of e...||representation|
|act of retracting, act of taking back; withdrawal, annulment; act of pulling back, act of drawing back, power to retract, retracting statement, something retracted||retraction|
|act of wiping (in order to clean or erase, etc.); handkerchief or rag; small disposable towel moistened with soapy liquid; blow; mocking statement, gibe; scene shift that appears to be one scene pushing another off the screen, apply something with ligh...||wipe|
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