Business Vocabulary (Beginner to Lower-Intermediate – Top 300+ Terms)/
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obligation

noun

something by which a person is bound or obliged to do certain things, and which arises out of a sense of duty or results from custom, law, etc.

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reference

noun

a thing you say or write that mentions somebody or something else; also refers to the act of referring or consulting

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aggressive

adjective

vigorously energetic, boldly assertive, forceful, very strong, and intense

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ensure

verb

to make sure or certain of something

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inquire

verb

to ask somebody for some information

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appropriate

adjective

being right, suited, or fitted for a purpose or situation

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punctual

adjective

on time

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overall

adjective

including all the things or people that are involved in a particular situation

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mutual

adjective

used to describe something that affects or is experienced, done, or shared by two or more people or groups

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mingle

verb

to chat or move freely among other people at a social event

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query

noun

a question; an inquiry

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violation

noun

an act that breaks a rule, law, agreement, or promise

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inspect

verb

to look at something or someone carefully in order to discover information, especially about their quality or condition

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perspective

noun

a way of thinking about and understanding something

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assess

verb

to make a judgment or evaluation about the nature or quality of somebody or something

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