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This week's words:
Garbage; noun: Wasted or spoiled food and other refuse, as from a kitchen or household; a thing that is considered worthless or meaningless; in computing, unwanted data in a computer's memory.
Imperative; adjective: Of vital importance; crucial; giving an authoritative command; noun: An essential or urgent thing; a factor or influence making something necessary.
Traction; noun: The action of drawing or pulling a thing over a surface, especially. a road or track; the grip of a tire on a road or a wheel on a rail; the extent to which a product, idea, etc., gains popularity or acceptance.