violate(verb) to break or act against something, especially a law, agreement, principle, or something that should be treated with respect
validate(verb) to make something officially acceptable or approved, especially after examining it
undertake(verb) to take responsibility for and begin doing something
transport(noun) to carry things from one place to another
transit(verb) to change from airplane to another one
thereby(adverb) by that means; because of this; as a result of this action
terminate(verb) to end or stop, or to cause something to end or stop
supplement(noun) add extra to support or make something complete
subsidy(noun) money paid to keep the cost or price affordable (دعم مالي )
statistic(noun) number that represent piece of information
simulate(verb) to do or make something that looks real but is not real
scheme(noun) an organized plan for doing something, especially something dishonest or illegal that will bring a good result for you
rigid(adjective) not able to be changed or persuaded
reverse(verb) to change to an opposite state ,way or condition
restrain(verb) to control the actions or behavior of someone by force, esp. in order to stop that person from doing something
reinforce(verb) to make something stronger, usually by adding more material or another piece
regime(noun) a particular government or a system or method of government
pursuit(noun) an attempt to achieve something
psychology(noun) the study of the mind and how it effect behavior
prohibit(verb) to officially refuse to allow something