24 terms

Unit 6 Vocab Review


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advancement (n.)
progress or development in your job, level of knowledge
attitude (n.)
the opinions and feelings that you usually have about something
career path (n.)
the way that you ​progress in your ​work, either in one ​job or in a ​series of ​jobs
climb the ladder (phr.)
move up within an organization, profession, or society
count on (phr. v.)
to depend on someone or something, especially in a difficult situation
currently (adv.)
at the present time
devote (v.)
to use a particular area, period of time, or amount of space for a specific purpose
loyal (adj.)
always supporting your friends, principles, country, etc.
model (n.)
a system or thing used as an example to follow
radically (adv.)
extremely, very
stable (adj.)
steady and not likely to move or change
structure (n.)
the way in which the parts of something are connected with each other and form a whole, or the thing that these parts make up
commute (n.)
the trip to work every day
concept (n.)
an idea of how something is, or how something should be done
dare (v.)
to be brave enough to do something that is risky or that you are afraid to do
face (v.)
if you face or are faced with a difficult situation, it is going to affect you and you must deal with it
figure (v.)
to form a particular opinion after thinking about a situation
log (v.)
to make an official record of events, facts
particular (adj.)
one that you are talking about, and not any other
peer (n.)
people who are the same age as you, or who have the same type of job, social class
point (n.)
the purpose or aim of something
rigorous (adj.)
very severe or strict
serve one well (phr.)
to be useful or helpful for a particular purpose or reason
stand out (phr. v.)
to be ​easily ​seen or ​noticed

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