TOEIC Day 4
Careful planning is essential for accomplishing goals.
The employees quickly adjusted to their new responsibilities.
The team agreed on the recommendations of the advisor.
* agree on + 의견
* agree to + 제안, 조건
* agree with + 사람
|aspiration|| 포부, 열망|
Steve has aspirations to become a partner in the firm.
|assign|| 배정하다, 할당하다|
HR assigns a unique security ID to all incoming recruits.
|assume|| (증거는 없으나) 사실이라고 생각하다; (책임, 역할을) 떠맡다|
The management assumes employees are satisfied.
The marketing department will assume responsibility for the project.
|combined|| 합동의, 결합된|
Our combined experience has produced great sales results.
|conduct|| (업무 등을) 수행하다|
IJMR Ltd. will conduct the research study.
* 조사, 연구를 의미하는 명사와 같이 출제
|confidential|| 기밀의, 내밀한|
Her assignment was highly confidential.
Techworld is in financial trouble, despite claims to the contrary.
The Chicago office coordinated the planning process.
|count on|| ~을 믿다, ~에 의지하다|
We provide outsourcing services that clients can count on.
|creditable|| 훌륭한, 칭찬할만한|
Our Beijing office has established a creditable reputation in China.
|direct|| ~에게 길을 가리키다|
The receptionist directs customers to the product display area.
Listening to loud music in the office could be disturbing to coworkers.
|draw on|| ~을 이용하다, ~에 의지하다|
In her new position, Sheila had to draw on her experience from past jobs.
Head office ordered a duplicate of the contract.
* in duplicate 두 통으로
|eminent|| 저명한, 탁월한|
The consultant was an eminent researcher.
|endeavor|| 노력하다, 애쓰다|
We will endeavor to finish the project by Friday.
|engage|| 관여하다, 종사하다|
Each worker was engaged in at least two projects.
|execute|| 수행하다, 실행하다|
Assigned tasks must be executed promptly and efficiently.
|foster|| 촉진하다, 육성하다|
Staff dinners helped foster better work relations.
|friction|| 불화, 마찰|
Competition for performance bonuses caused friction amongst employees.
|get along with|| ~와 사이 좋게 지내다|
The CEO gets along with his new advisor very well.
|hardly|| 거의 ~하지 않다|
She was hardly ever late for her shift.
* hardly ever 좀처럼 ~하지 않다
|insubordinate|| 반항하는, 복종하지 않는|
The intern was dismissed on charges of insubordinate behavior.
|intention|| 의지, 의향|
She had every intention of attending the conference but couldn't.
* have every intention of -ing 꼭 ~하고자 하다
|lax|| (행동 등이) 규율에 못 미치는, 느슨한|
As of late, the staff has been rather lax in turning in reports.
|malign|| ~을 헐뜯다, 중상하다|
The company accused union activists of maligning its integrity.
|neutrality|| 중립, 중립성|
His neutrality was called into question.
|occasionally|| 때때로, 가끔|
She occasionally failed to perform critical tasks.
|personnel|| (집합적) 직원, 인원|
We often use an agency to find reliable temporary personnel.
The director accused his assistant of procrastinating.
|respectful|| 정중한, 존중하는|
Salesmen are reminded to be respectful to all.
* respect for ~에 대한 존경
* with respect 존중하여
|respective|| 각각의, 저마다의|
The disputing parties explained their respective positions.
|routinely|| 정기적으로, 일상적으로|
Government workers are routinely required to get health checkups.
|subsequent|| 그 이후의|
The strategy was so successful that it was used for all subsequent projects.
|undertake|| (일을) 떠맡다|
She had to undertake the task at short notice.
a widely admired business leader