Business Vocabulary (Beginner to Lower-Intermediate – Top 300+ Terms)/
Lower Intermediate Deck 10

Lower Intermediate Deck 10

Total: 20 words

landlord

noun

a person or organization that owns any type of real estate and rents it out to a business or individual

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medication

noun

any drug or substance used for treating an illness or injury; can also refer to the process of medicating using drugs

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intern

noun

a person, often a student, who trains or works at a job to gain experience

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residential

adjective

restricted to or occupied by private homes rather than factories or offices; suitable for living in

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appendix

noun

a section at the end of a book or document containing additional information

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dispatch

verb

to send off to a destination, sometimes in order to fulfill a purpose

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raise

noun

an increase in salary

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compare

verb

to examine or judge two or more things in order to note or show their similarities or differences

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chart

noun

a sheet of information in the form of a table, graph, or diagram

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improve

verb

to enhance or get better in value or quality or to become better than before

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successful

adjective

resulting or terminating in success

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connection

noun

the state of being connected, such as with the internet, online networks, electric circuits, electrical components, etc.

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economic

adjective

of or relating to the production, development, and management of material wealth, as of a country, household, or business enterprise

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director

noun

someone who controls or manages a company or is in charge of a particular activity or organization

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supply

noun

an amount of something needed, used, or wanted by people that is provided or available to be used

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partnership

noun

a relationship resembling a legal partnership and usually involving close cooperation between parties having specified and joint rights and responsibilities

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pay

verb

to give something, usually money, in exchange for work, goods, services, favors, etc.

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financial

adjective

of or relating to those commonly engaged in dealing with money and credit.

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further

adjective

additional; more in quantity or distance

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train

verb

to teach someone or to be taught or learn the skills needed to do something to make them fit, qualified, or proficient

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