access /ˈækses/
(n, v) the opportunity or right to use something
Example: You can't gain access to the files unless you know the password

allocate /ˈæləkeɪt/
(v) to give something officially to somebody / something for a particular purpose
Example: The office manager did not allocate enough money to purchase software

compatible /kəmˈpætəbl/
(adj) able to be used together
Example: This operating system is not compatible with this model computer

delete /dɪˈliːt/
(v) to remove something that has been written or printed
Example: The technicians deleted all the data on the disk accidentally

display /dɪˈspleɪ/
(v, n) to put something in a place where people can see it easily
Example: The accounting program displays a current balance when opened.

duplicate /ˈdjuːplɪkeɪt/
(v) to make an extract copy of something
Example: I think the new word processing program will duplicate the success of the one introduced last year

failure /ˈfeɪljə(r)/
(n) lack of success in doing or achieving something
Example: Your failure to inform us about the changed password cost the company a day's work

figure out
figure out /ˈfɪɡə/ /aʊt/
(v) to calculate an amount or the cost
Example: By examining all of the errors, the technicians figured out how to fix the problem

ignore /ɪɡˈnɔː(r)/
(v) to pay no attention to something
Example: He ignored all the 'No Smoking' signs and lit up a cigarette

search /sɜːtʃ/
(n, v) an attemp to find somebody / something, especially by looking acrefully for them /it
Example: Our search of the database produced very little information

shut down
shut down /ʃʌt/ /daʊn/
(v) it stops being often for bussiness
Example: Please shut down the computer before you leave

warning /ˈwɔːnɪŋ/
(n) a statement, an event, etc. telling somebody that something bad or unpleasant
Example: The red flashing light gives a warning to users that the battery is low