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facet

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Jewellery
facetfac‧et /ˈfæsɪt/ ●○○ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 PARTone of several parts of someone’s character, a situation etc syn aspectfacet of 🔊 He has travelled extensively in China, recording every facet of life.2 multi-faceted/many-faceted3 DCJone of the flat sides of a cut jewel
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facetThe eclipse of electricity as a means of propulsion has been one of the more curious facets of the evolution of transport.There are many facets to being a player of that quality and the years have brought changes in different ways.Creation, imagination, individuality-so many facets of a fabulous, dangerous energy-are like mirrors and dreams.Remember, the review of literature section allows plenty of space for discussing the many facets of the problem and related research.During their sophomore and junior years, many feel their way toward active participation in one or more facets of college life.This anthropocentric view and attitude is one facet of what is frequently identified as the realism of the fabliaux.facet ofYou've only seen one facet of her personality.
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