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Synonym: circumstancecontext of uselinguistic contextSimilar words: contendcontestcontemplatecontemporarya bone of contentiontexttexturetextbookMeaning: ['kɒntekst]  n. 1. discourse that surrounds a language unit and helps to determine its interpretation 2. the set of facts or circumstances that surround a situation or event. 
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(1) This statement must be understood in the context of the entire document.
(2) The context makes the meaning clear.
(3) His decision can only be understood in context.
(4) You must place these events in their historical context.
(5) We are doing this work in the context of reforms in the economic, social and cultural spheres.
(6) This speech needs to be set in the context of Britain in the 1960s.
(7) I would qualify that by putting it into context.
(8) These incidents are best understood in the broader context of developments in rural society.
(9) Institutions provide a context in which individuals can take on different roles.
(10) Skilled readers make use of context and prediction.
(11) This small battle is very important in the context of Scottish history.
(12) Without a context, I would have assumed it was written by a man.
(13) You have to see these changes in context: they're part of a larger plan.
(14) It is important to look at the political and cultural context in which the novel was written.
(15) The book shows a somewhat superficial understanding of the historical context.
(16) It is important to look at the novel in its historical context .
(17) Can you tell the meaning of this word from its context?
(18) To appreciate what these changes will mean(, it is necessary to look at them in context .
(19) It is important to see all the fighting and bloodshed in his plays in historical context.
(20) You can't just look at it in terms of the immediate problem. You've got to see it in a wider context.
(21) Can't you guess the meaning of the word from the context?
(22) In this course we hope to look at literature in the frame of its social and historical context.
(23) You can always tell the meaning of a word from its context.
(24) Let me try and situate the events in their historical context.
(25) To understand this issue, it must first be situated in its context.
(26) One is also able to see how specific acts are related to a temporal and spatial context.
(27) We need to consider the problem of vandalism within a wider context.
(28) Three men have been charged with aiding his escape. It is also often used in the context of giving money:The project has been greatly aided by the generosity of local businesses.
(29) Taxation is not popular in principle, merely acceptable in context.
(30) Words are pronounced differently in isolation from how they are pronounced in context.
More similar words: contendcontestcontemplatecontemporarya bone of contentiontexttexturetextbookon the contrarycontrolcontaincontractcontrastconfrontcontinuecontinentcontributecontinuedcontainercontinuouscontractorby contrastcontinuingcontributorcontrast tocontretempscontribute tocontroversycontributionout of control
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