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GO BUST goʊ bʌst

22 May 2019

Phrasal Verb

  • (of a company) close because it cannot make enough money.
Example Sentence: The company went bust after 12 months of severe losses.
 

FLOP flɒp

20 May 2019

Verb

  • very unsuccessful.
Example Sentence: The product was a flop and was discontinued after just 6 months.
 

END USER ɛnd yuzər

18 May 2019

Noun

  • the person who uses a product or service.
Example Sentence: We need more feedback from end users.
 

CLINCH
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13 May 2019

klɪntʃ

Verbe

  • pour réussir à conclure une affaire difficile.
Exemple de phrase: Après 5 heures de négociation, ils ont finalement conclu un accord.
 

CLARIFIER
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12 May 2019

klærə ˌ faɪ

Verbe

  • de faire quelque chose de clair.
Exemple de phrase: Pouvez-nous s'il vous plaît préciser qui sera responsable pour le projet?
 

ALLOCATE
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10 May 2019

ælə ˌ keɪt

Verbe

  • pour spécifier où quelque chose (en particulier les ressources) iront.
Exemple de phrase: Ils ont alloué 50 millions de dollars pour la recherche et le développement.
 

WORD-OF-MOUTH  

08 May 2019

Noun

  • when information spreads through conversation.
Example Sentence: The shop's success is entirely down to word-of-mouth.
 

WELL-ESTABLISHED wɛlɪˈstæblɪʃt

07 May 2019

Adjective

  • having existed for a long time & having many clients.
Example Sentence: They are a well-established firm of lawyers.
 

VOLATILE vɒlətl

05 May 2019

Adjective

  • unstable; changing quickly, especially of markets.
Example Sentence: Oil markets are volatile because of the war.
 

UNDERVALUED ʌndərˈvælyu

03 May 2019

Verb

  • not appreciated/priced as much as something should be.
Example Sentence: She feels that her work is undervalued by her new boss.
 

UNDERPERFORM ʌndərpərˈfɔrm

02 May 2019

Verb

  • not doing as well as it should.
Example Sentence: The new mobile phone is underperforming on the Asian market.
 

TRANSPARENT trænsˈpɛərənt

01 May 2019

Adjective

  • clear and open for all to see.
Example Sentence: People want the government to have more transparent processes.
 

TALK SHOP tɔk ʃɒp

27 Apr 2019

Phrase

  • to talk about your job in a boring way.
Example Sentence: I'm not going to the office party. Everyone will just talk shop!
 

SYNERGIE
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25 Apr 2019

sɪnərdʒi

Nom

  • le résultat a augmenté en combinant deux ou plusieurs choses.
Exemple de phrase: Travailler ensemble nous créons une synergie que nous ne pouvions faire seuls.
 

SLUGGISH slʌgɪʃ

21 Apr 2019

Adjective

  • slow.
Example Sentence: Overall growth remains sluggish, held back by rising inflation.
 
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