Business Vocabulary (Intermediate to Advanced – Top 300+ Terms)/
Advanced Deck 5

Advanced Deck 5

Total: 20 words

prospective

adjective

likely to be or become; expected to happen in the future

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inevitably

adverb

certain to happen; unavoidably or predictably

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up-and-coming

adjective

making good progress and likely to achieve success

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by-product

noun

a secondary result or something produced other than the main product, often unintended or unexpected

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variable

adjective

likely to change, vary, or adapt; inconstant

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insolvent

adjective

unable to pay debts as they fall due in the usual course of business

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eligible for

phrase

qualified or allowed to obtain something

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corner

verb

to dominate a market by providing the main supply of a particular type of goods or services

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consequently

adverb

as a result or as a consequence; therefore

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on a regular basis

phrase

happening or occurring regularly

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accumulative

adjective

gradually increasing in increments

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mutual fund

noun

a type of investment vehicle consisting of a portfolio of stocks, bonds, or other securities

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invasion of privacy

phrase

an encroachment upon the right to be let alone or to be free from publicity

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book

noun

(often plural 'books') a record of a business's financial transactions or financial condition

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early adopter

noun

an individual or business who uses a new product, innovation, or technology before others

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free enterprise

noun

an economic system in which commercial organizations compete for profit with little state control

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book value

noun

the total value of a business's assets found on its balance sheet, and represents the value of all assets if liquidated

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top line

noun

the line at the top of a financial report that shows gross sales or revenue before the deduction of expenses or losses

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quote

verb

to name the price of something, especially a job, service, product, etc.

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inorganic growth

noun

growth that arises from mergers or takeovers rather than an increase in the company's own business activity

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