TOEIC 800–950+ Points/
800–950+ – Reading 18

800–950+ – Reading 18

Total: 20 words

fluid

noun

a liquid; a substance that can flow and take the shape of its container

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inevitably

adverb

certain to happen; unavoidably or predictably

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whereas

conjunction

compared with the fact that; while on the contrary

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devise

verb

to plan or invent something carefully

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pool

verb

to combine or share things such as money, ideas, skills, etc. in one thought or place

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consultation

noun

a meeting with a professional, such as a doctor or specialist, in order to seek advice or treatment

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code of conduct

noun

a set of rules, values, and responsibilities or proper practices that members of an organization or people with a particular job must follow

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consistently

adverb

in the same way; in a steady and unchanging manner

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fund

verb

to provide money for a particular purpose

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workload

noun

the amount of task or obligation to be done by someone or something

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industrial park

noun

a portion of land that's developed and used as a site for factories, warehouses, and other industrial businesses

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premier

adjective

first in status, importance, rank, or degree; leading

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track record

noun

a record of the past achievements or performance of a person, product, or organization

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correspondent

noun

a person working for a newspaper, TV, or radio station who reports for a specific industry, field, or location

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compound interest

noun

the interest on a loan or deposit calculated based on both the initial principal and the accumulated interest

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retirement package

noun

a set of benefits and incentives that companies offer to employees who are close to retirement age

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side effect

noun

an effect of a drug or medical treatment that is typically unpleasant and unintended

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outfit

noun

a group of people working together

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spike

noun

a sharp increase in the amount, degree, or magnitude of something

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complement

verb

to add to something in order to complete, enhance, improve, or make more attractive or pleasurable

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