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a job that needs a high level of education and training [= career, job]
the process of making a business operate in a lot of different countries all around the world
the rest (n)
what is left after everything or everyone else has gone [= remainder]
a new development in clothing, make-up, etc.
to officially decide something [= decide]
the fact that something is sure to happen
a person, company, or organization that employs people
someone who is paid to work for someone else.
someone whose job is to help and support people with problems [= advisor]
everywhere in the world.
a statement that you will definitely do something.
when there is not enough of something [= shortage]
extremely large, huge, vast [= large, huge, vast]
the group of people who work in a company, industry, country, etc.
to make something new, invent something [= generate]
existing for a limited period of time.
lasting for a long time or forever [= enduring]
an advantage, improvement, or help that you get from something [= advantage]
a job, especially an important one in a large organization [= position]
work, especially physical work [= work]
someone who buys goods or services from a shop, or a company [= client]
to ask for food or a drink in a restaurant, shop etc.
able to speak a language very well
the way in which people in a particular area, country pronounce words
a feeling of not being safe or not being protected.
on the surface
what appears or what can be seen
[= unwanted, unwelcome]
[= really or certainly]
[= worry , concern , anxiety]
someone's identity is their name or who they are.
feeling sure that you can do things well, that people like you etc.
a feeling of sadness that makes you think there is no hope for the future.
to increase in number, amount, or value [= increase]
able to change or be changed easily according to the situation. # rigid
to be suitable for something[= suit]
to state that something is true, even though it has not been proved.
stating the most basic facts about something [= basically]
having a lot of energy [= active]
unwilling to change their ideas or behavior ≠ flexible
the process of building structures such as houses, bridges, roads etc.
to improve something and make it more modern, especially to provide a better service
something that tests strength, skill, or ability
to make someone stop giving their attention to something [= disturb]
the ability to control your own behavior [= self-control]
planning and arranging something so that it is successful or effective
someone who works a lot, so that they don't have time for anything else
liking something so much that you do not want to stop doing it or having it.
time when you are not working or studying and can relax and do things you enjoy.
showing a strong interest in something.
to think that something is greater or more important than it really is.
not done, paid, returned etc. by the time expected.
can be carried or moved easily [= movable]
the movement you make when you put one foot in front of or behind the other when walking, [= movement, action]
the people who work in a company, or military force [= staff]
happening or done very quickly and in a very short time [= fast, quick]
to happen or be present in a particular situation or place.
not long ago [= lately]
not having any mistakes, faults, or damage[= ideal]
[= kind, type]
to look for someone or something very carefully [=search]
to make a formal request for something such as a job.
[= profession, occupation]
not interesting or exciting [= boring]
a person, experience, place etc. that gives you new ideas for something you do.
liquid that appears on your skin when you are hot or nervous [= sweat]
to become larger in size, number, or amount.
a large amount of money, property etc. that a person owns.
pleasantly calm and peaceful [= quiet, peaceful]
a job or profession [=job, profession]
to take something that someone offers you.
in a foreign country that is across the sea [=abroad]
a subject or problem that is often discussed or argued about [=subject, problem]
if you do something in person, you go somewhere and do it yourself
[= imaginative, inventive]
[= choice, alternative]
a chance to do something or an occasion when it is easy for you to do something [=chance].
safe from and protected against damage or attack [=safe]
the natural ability, skill, or power that makes a machine, or person able to do something.
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