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By Brenda van Seters on Jan 17, 2018 1:31:15 PM in Business English

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gift (noun)

By Martin Wheeler on Dec 22, 2017 1:05:49 PM in Business English, Nouns

WORD OF THE WEEK

"Do you like my Rolex watch? It was a Christmas gift!"

 

withdraw (v.)

By Martin Wheeler on Dec 15, 2017 10:24:00 AM in Business English, Verbs

WORD OF THE WEEK

"The political uncertainty has led to investors withdrawing their support."

 

maintain (v.)

By Martin Wheeler on Dec 8, 2017 1:39:11 PM in Business English, Verbs

WORD OF THE WEEK

"We have to maintain all the machinery to ensure that potential defects are detected early."

 

distribute (v.)

By Martin Wheeler on Dec 1, 2017 1:12:57 PM in Business English, Verbs

WORD OF THE WEEK

"We use two local logistics partners to distribute our products in Japan."

 

contribute (v.)

By Martin Wheeler on Nov 24, 2017 11:12:00 AM in Business English, Verbs

WORD OF THE WEEK

"Lola is a quite reserved and a little shy, so you need to encourage her to contribute in meetings."

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anticipate (v.)

By Martin Wheeler on Nov 17, 2017 12:25:39 PM in Business English, Verbs

WORD OF THE WEEK

"If you don’t anticipate the challenges ahead, you won’t be prepared to face them."

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research (n.)

By Martin Wheeler on Nov 10, 2017 11:49:00 AM in Business English, Nouns

WORD OF THE WEEK

"I didn’t know much about the topic, so I had to do some research ahead of the meeting."

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justify (v.)

By Martin Wheeler on Nov 3, 2017 12:38:00 AM in Business English, Verbs

WORD OF THE WEEK

"I can’t justify investing in new supplies when we haven’t yet used up those we have in stock."

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feedback (n.)

By Martin Wheeler on Oct 27, 2017 1:08:00 PM in Business English, Nouns

WORD OF THE WEEK

"Ben asked us to give him feedback on his presentation."

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