8 terms

Q2_2e Unit 4 Listening 2

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calculate (v.)
to find out how much something will cost, how long something will take, etc., by using numbers
demand (n.)
the need or desire that people have for particular goods and services
estimate (v.)
to try to judge the value, size, speed, cost, etc. of something without calculating it exactly
figure out (phr. v.)
to think about a problem or situation until you find the answer or understand what has happened
loss (n.)
if a business makes a _____, it spends more money than it earns
profit (n.)
the money that you gain by selling things or doing business, after your costs have been paid
sold out (phr.)
a product is _____ if a shop or store has sold all of it and has no more left
supplies (n.)
things you need for daily life or for a particular purpose, especially for a group of people over a period of time