18 terms

GMAT PRINCETON 01

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poets
n. mathematically challenged students with little quantitive skill or experience
power naps
brief in-class unconsciousness that revives sleep-deprived students
power tool
someone who does all the reading and homework and sits in the front of the class with his hand up
scornful
a. full of dislike and critical behavior
denunciatory
a. containing warning of punishment
morose
a. unhappy, bad-tempered and not talking very much
pre-enrollment courses
commonly known as MBA summer camp; quantiative courses offered in the summer before first year for the mathematically challenged
pro forma
financial presentation of hypothetical events; for example, how much debt would a company have to acquire if it grows ten percent per year?
run the numbers
analyze quantiatively
embark
v. proceed somewhere despite the risk of possible dangers
equity
n. the value of a company's shares: the value of a property after all charges and debts have been paid
hold off
idiom. to not do sth immediately
commission
n. an amount of money that is charged by a bank, etc. for providing a particular service
lease
v/n. to use or let sb use sth, especially property or equipment, in exchange for rent or a regular payment
deed
n. a legal document that you sign, especially one that proves that you own a house or a building
obligation
n. the state of being forced to do sth because it is your duty, or because of a law, etc.
foreclosure
n. the act of foreclosing on money that has been borrowed
chase
v. to run, drive after sb/sth in order to catch them