The plural of datum; the measurement of an attribute, for example, the volume of gas or the type of rubber. This does not necessarily mean a single measurement: it may be the result of averaging several repeated measurements. Data may be quantitative or qualitative and be from primary or secondary sources.
Arrive at a conclusion by reasoning.
Give a practical exhibition as an explanation.
Give an account of characteristics or features.
Plan and evaluate the construction of a product or process.
In history: to construct, elaborate or expand.
In English: begin to build an opinion or idea.
Talk or write about a topic, taking into account different issues and ideas.
Recognise point/s of difference.