acquire /əˈkwaɪər/
(verb) to gain something by your own efforts, ability or behaviour
Example: The museum acquired a Van Gogh during heavy bidding

admire /ədˈmaɪər/
(verb) to respect somebody for what they have done or to respect their qualities
Example: I admire all the effort the museum put into organizing this wonderful exhibit

collection /kəˈlekʃn/
(noun) a group of objects, often of the same sort, that have been collected
Example: The museum's collection contained many works donated by famous collectors

criticism /ˈkrɪtɪsɪzəm/
(noun) the act of expressing disapproval of somebody/something and opinions about their faults or bad qualities; a statement showing this disapproval
Example: The revered artist's criticism of the piece was particularly insightful

fashion /ˈfæʃn/
(noun) a popular style of clothes, hair, etc. at a particular time or place; the state of being popular
Example: The museum's classical architecture has never gone out of fashion

leisure /ˈliːʒər/
(noun) time when you are not working or studying; free time
Example: We can go to the permanent collection at our leisure

respond /rɪˈspɑːnd/
(verb) to give a spoken or written answer to somebody/something
Example: I asked him his name, but he didn't respond.

schedule /ˈskedʒuːl/
(noun) a plan that lists all the work that you have to do and when you must do each thing
Example: The meeting is scheduled for Friday afternoon

significant /sɪɡˈnɪfɪkənt/
(adjective) large or important enough to have an effect or to be noticed
Example: There are no significant differences between the two groups of students.

specialize /ˈspeʃəlaɪz/
(verb) to become an expert in a particular area of work, study or business; to spend more time on one area of work, etc. than on others
Example: He specialized in criminal law.

spectrum /ˈspektrəm/
(noun) a band of coloured lights in order of their wavelengths , as seen in a rainbow and into which light may be separated
Example: Red and violet are at opposite ends of the spectrum.