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(adv.) - It is easy to see that it's true. I'm very certain.
(adv.) - It is probably true. I'm almost certain.
(adv.) - It is most likely true. It is almost certain.
(exp.) - I think it is true.
(exp.) - I think it is true. I suppose. I am somewhat certain.
(exp.) - In my mind it could be true. I am somewhat certain.
(adj.) - It is possible to believe it.
(adj.) - Many people disagree about it.
(adj.) - We can prove that it is true.
(adj.) - It is doubtful; I am not convinced it is true.
(adj.) - We cannot find an answer to this mystery.
(n.) - A person who doubts something because they think there isn't enough proof.
(adj.) - Anyone can understand that it's true. It's clear immediately.
(n.) - the rhythm of a piece of music.
(n.) - the words of a song.
(n.) - the order of notes in a musical piece.
(n.) - 1. something you can hear. 2. the style of an artist's or group's music.
(n.) - the sound produced when one speaks or sings.
(n.) - repeated pattern of sound or movement.
a good deal
- an affordable price.
- a very affordable price.
a great offer
- an extremely affordable price.
- an amazing price.
- a normal price.
a bit steep
- a high price.
- a very high price.
- an amazingly high price.
(v.) - take one's time looking at goods in a shop without necessarily wanting to buy anything
e.g. - I'm not looking for anything in particular. I'm just browsing.
(v.) - look around for goods that one can buy cheaply or for less than their usual price.
e.g. - The best time to go bargain-hunting is at the end of the season, when the stores have big sales.
(v.) - look at goods in store windows without going inside or intending to buy them
e.g. - The prices in the shops downtown are a bit steep, but I like to window-shop.
(v.) - discuss the amount of money one is willing to pay for something
e.g. - I hate haggling over prices. / It's a great place if you like to bargain.
shop around/comparison shop
(phrasal verb) - go to different stores in order to compare the prices and quality of things so one can decide which to buy
e.g. - I think I'll shop around first before I make up my mind. / I'd suggest you comparison shop before you buy that new computer.
(v.) - when a famous person uses a product as a kind of advertisment.
(v.) - to encourage people to buy something through ads, endorsements, etc.
(v.) - to suggest.
(v.) - to show something is true with evidence.
(n.) - a group of products owned by the same company.
(n.) - the name of a brand.
e.g. - Nike, Apple, Microsoft, etc.
(n.) - a person who buys products.
(v) - to change people's ideas or opinions by suggestion.
(n.) - when a company earns less money than they spent.
(n.) - a person who studies markets and gives advice to companies.
(n.) - the strategy that a company uses for choosing a price.
(n.) - a thing that a company produces.
(n.) - the money a company makes after they pay for their expenses.
(v.) - to buy.
(n.) - a thing that you buy.
(n.) - a method or process used to succeed.
(n.) - the real value of a product.
(n.) - how fashionable something is.
(v.) - 1. to put something together with another thing in your mind. 2. to go together or connect with something.
(n.) - a company that sells a product that is similar to product sold by another company.
(n.) - the ammount of money a company needs to make to earn a profit.
(n.) - study of the market to decide on an advertising and pricing strategy.
project an image
(exp.) - to give people an idea about your brand.
(adj) - a little funny.
(adj) - very funny.
(adj) - not serious and unimportant; ridiculous.
(adj) - having the negative qualities of a child; immature.
(adj) - funny and a little bit crazy; unbelievable.
(adj) - causing another person pain.
(adj) - something so bad that it makes you feel sick.
(n) - a possible solution to a mystery or problem.
(v) - to try to convince someone to join a group or organization. (n) - a person who has just joined a group.
(n) - a disagreement or fight.
(v) - 1. to make a questionable statement. 2. to say that something belongs to you.
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