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(Greek, elleipsis, elleipo, elleipein; Latin, ellipsis: abandon, to leave [behind]; fail; lack, lacking; be wanting)
(Greek: prefix; no, absence of, without, lack of; not)
(Latin: blunt, dull; lethargy, lack of energy or interest in doing things)
(Latin: winter, wintered, wintry; it also refers to: sleep, sleeping; inactive, inactivity; dormant, dormancy [suspended animation or a lack of activity])
(Latin: complain, complaint, full of complaints; lack of satisfaction; lament, cry of sorrow and grief)
(there is a lack of understanding as to how RFID works)
(Greek > Latin: confusion, disturbance, irritation, trouble, lack of calmness)
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lack (LAK) (s) (noun), lacks (pl)
1. A complete absence of a particular thing: Lack of sleep made it difficult for Bianca to concentrate on her studies.

Royce's lack of a university education disturbed him as he grew older.

2. Something which is needed but is in short supply or is not available: Lacks of sufficient food for Emilio resulted in his having a weakened condition.
3. A particular deficiency or absence of something: Blaine had a lack of funds that were necessary to start his business.

The police charges against Karl were dropped for lack of evidence.

4. A situation in which there is not enough of something: The flowers died because there was a lack of moisture and so the soil was too dry.
lack (verb), lacks; lacked; lacking
1. To not have enough of something that is desired: The author's book lacks proper structure or interest.

The mother lacks the money that is needed to buy new shoes for her children.

2. To have too little of something: What Michael lacks in patience, he makes up for it in determination.
3. To fall short by a small amount: Barbara was lacking just ten cents of having the full amount to pay for the magazine that she wanted to buy.
(how some terms might be interpreted by those who lack professional vocabulary knowledge in the field of medicine)