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  1. Austerity – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    In economics, austerity describes policies used by governments to reduce budget deficits during adverse economic conditions. These policies may include 




at·tach  (-tch)

v. at·tachedat·tach·ingat·tach·es

1. To fasten, secure, or join: attached the wires to the post.
2. To connect as an adjunct or associated condition or part: Many major issues are attached to this legislation.
3. To affix or append; add: attached several riders to the document.
4. To ascribe or assign: attached no significance to the threat.
5. To bind by emotional ties, as of affection or loyalty: I am attached to my family.
6. To assign (personnel) to a military unit on a temporary basis.
7. Law To seize (persons or property) by legal writ.

To adhere, belong, or relate: Very little prestige attaches to this position.

[Middle English attachen, from Old French attachier, alteration of estachier, from estachestakeof Germanic origin.
    1. fascinated  past participle, past tense offas·ci·nate

      Draw irresistibly the attention and interest of (someone): “I’ve always been fascinated by other cultures”.
  1. Fascinated Synonyms, Fascinated Antonyms | Thesaurus.com


    Synonyms for fascinated at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

  2. fascinated – definition of fascinated by the Free Online Dictionary 

    v. fas·ci·nat·ed, fas·ci·nat·ing, fas·ci·nates. v.tr. 1. To hold an intense interest or attraction for. See Synonyms at charm. 2. To hold motionless; spellbind. 3.

  3. Fascinated | Define Fascinated at Dictionary.com


    Fascinated definition, to attract and hold attentively by a unique power, personal charm, unusual nature, or some other special quality; enthrall: a vivacity that 

  4. Fascinate | Define Fascinate at Dictionary.com


    /ˈfæsəˌneɪt/ Show Spelled [fas-uh-neyt] Show IPA verb, fas·ci·nat·ed, fas·ci·nat·ing. verb (used with object). 1. to attract and hold attentively by a unique power, 

  5. fascinated adjective – definition in the British English Dictionary 


    fascinated adjective – definition, audio pronunciation, synonyms and more forfascinated adjective: extremely interested: : See more in British English Dictionary 


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