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A vision for the future of Sierra Leone | Julius Maada Bio

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Video Language:

  • English

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  • English (US)

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  • 13:47 / 16:14

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  • 127 wpm - Conversational

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  • People & Blogs

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Video Vocabulary

/ˈmiləˌterē/

military
adjective noun

relating to or characteristic of soldiers or armed forces. Army or armed forces.

welcome - welcome

/ˈwelkəm/

welcome
adjective exclamation noun verb

Being what was wanted or needed. used to greet someone in polite or friendly way. Friendly greeting to someone who has arrived. To accept or receive something happily and gladly.

/ˈTHiNGkiNG/

thinking
adjective noun verb

using thought or rational judgement. process of considering or reasoning about something. To have an idea, opinion or belief about something.

/ˈkəntrē/

country
noun

An area of land that is controlled by a government.

/rəˈpresiv/

repressive
adjective

inhibiting personal freedom.

/ˌdeməˈkradik/

democratic
adjective

(Of government) giving the people power, a vote.

/ˈTHouz(ə)nd/

thousands
number

1000s.

/əˈlekSH(ə)n/

elections
noun other

formal choice by vote of person for political office. Process of choosing someone by voting.

/ˈsidizən/

citizens
noun other

legally recognized subject or national of state or commonwealth. People who belong to and has rights in a country.

/ˈvī(ə)lənt/

violent
adjective

using or involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill person or thing.

/bəˈɡiniNG/

beginning
adjective noun verb

new or inexperienced. point at which something begins. To do the first part of an action; to start.

overthrow
noun verb

Forceful removal of a government from power. To throw something past a certain point or person.

/səˈvilyən/

civilian
adjective noun

relating to civilians. Ordinary person who is not in the army.

/ˈkapədl/

capital
adjective exclamation noun

liable to death penalty. expressing approval. main city or town.

/ˌməltēˈpärdē/

multiparty
adjective

of or involving several political parties.