66 terms

2013-2014 (Module 2) 004-R1 (WEEK 1)

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definite
Clearly known seen or stated (adj)
deliberate
Intended or planned (adj)
display
To show(v)
hesitate
To pause before saying or doing something because you are nervuos or not sure (v)
hire
To pay money to borrow something for a short period of time (v)
merely
Only (adv)
mission
An important job that someone has been given to do (n)
outline
1. To describe something in a general way giving the main point but not the details (v)
2. The main ideas or facts about something without the details (n)
qualification
a skill, personal quality, or type of experience that makes you suitable for a particular job or position (n)
query
1. A question that you ask to get information (n)
2. To ask a question (v)
redundant
Unemployed because the employer no longer has a job for you (adj)
market
a place where people go to buy or sell things, often outside (n)
passionate
having very strong feelings or emotions (adj)
portion
a part or share of something larger(n)
reputation
the opinion that people have about someone or something based on their behaviour or character in the past(n)
response
an answer or reaction to something that has been said or done(n)
rush
to hurry (v)
script
the words of a film, play, broadcast, or speech (n)
sit
to take an examination (v)
stare
to look for a long time (v)
around
in a position or direction surrounding, or in a direction going along the edge of or from one part to another (adv)
award
1. to give money or a prize following an official decision (v)
2. prize (n)
client
customer (n)
company
the fact of being with a person or people (n)
correspond
to match or be similar or equal (v)
deceive
to persuade someone that something false is the truth (v)
establish
to start a company or organization (v)
frankly
honestly (adv)
moral
ethical (adj)
root
the cause of origin of something (n)
stage
part (n)
stock
a supply of a particular type of thing that a shop has available to sell (n)
tool
a piece of equipment or skill that is useful for doing a job (n)
tough
difficult (adj)
transform
to completely change the appearance, form, or character of something or someone, especially in a way that improves it (v)
version
a copy of something that has been changed so that it is slightly different (n)
appreciate
to understand how good or useful someone or something is (v)
casual
1. relaxed and not worried (adj)
2. not formal or not for a formal situation (adj)
appeal
to be interesting or attractive for someone (v)
"Toys __________ to children"
barrier
a structure or object that impedes free movement. (n)
contrast
the opposition or dissimilarity of things that are compared. (n)
cooperation
when you work with someone to achieve something that you both want. (n)
instant
immediate(adj)
abandon
to leave(v)
absolute
complete or total(adj)
abstract
existing as an idea, feeling, or quality, not as a material object. (adj)
civilize
to influence someone's behaviour, making or teaching them to act in a more sensible or gentle way. (v)
faith
a strong feeling of trust or confidence in someone or something(n)
flash
fast and easy (n)
bargain
something on sale a lower price than its true value (n)
broadcast
to send out radio or television programmes (v)
court
a place where trials and other legal cases happen, or the people present in such a place, especially the officials and those deciding if someone is guilty (n)
craft
a job or activity need skill or experience (n)
estate
a large area of land in the country that is owned by a familiar or an organization (n)
fierce
physically violent and frightening (adj)
junior
someone who has a job at a low level within an organization (n)
loyal
firm and not changing in your friendship with or support for a person or an organization, or in your belief in your principles (adj)
subordinate
1.having a lower or less important position (adj)
2.a person who has a less important position than you in an organization (n)
superb
excellent(adj)
sympathy
a feeling that you understand someone because you are similar to them (n)
admirable
deserving respect or approval (adj)
bother
to make the effort to do something (v)
immediately
now or without waiting or thinking (adv)
rumour
an unofficial interesting story or piece of news that might be true or invented, which quickly spreads from person to person (n)
tense
nervous and not able to relax (adj)
affair
a situation or subject that is being dealt with or considered (n)

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