Business Vocabulary (Beginner to Lower-Intermediate – Top 300+ Terms)/
Lower Intermediate Deck 5

Lower Intermediate Deck 5

Total: 20 words

inspect

verb

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

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crucial

adjective

extremely important or significant

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sequence

noun

the order or arrangement of things or actions

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exceed

verb

to go beyond something, such as a particular amount or allowed limit

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perspective

noun

a way of thinking about and understanding something

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merge

verb

to combine, unite, or absorb

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clarify

verb

to make something clearer or easier to understand

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R&D (Research and Development)

noun

the activities companies undertake to innovate and introduce new products and services or to improve their existing offerings

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attain

verb

to succeed in getting or achieving something, usually after a lot of effort or work

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exclusive

adjective

can be used, accessed, or experienced only by a particular person or group

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sue

verb

to make a claim against a person or an organization in court about something that they have said or done to harm you

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mayor

noun

the head of a city, village, or town, who is usually elected

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minister

noun

a person authorized to conduct a specific duty, usually for the state or country

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stress

verb

to emphasize or give importance to something

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violation

noun

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

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optimistic

adjective

feeling or showing hope for the future

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mingle

verb

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

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toast

noun

a call to raise drinking glasses at a party in order to honor the subject of the occasion, like the birthday celebrant, newly wed couple, etc.

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punctual

adjective

on time

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secure

verb

to fix or fasten so as not to give way, become loose, or be lost

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