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aspect

noun [C]  /ˈæs·pekt/ us  
a particular feature of or way of thinking about something, esp. something complicated: There’s another aspect of the cost of caring for old parents at home that I’d like to mention. He knows almost every aspect of the criminal justice system. A farmer has to handle various aspects of the business.
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