Business Word/Phrase of the Day

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SYNERGY sɪnərdʒi

15 Dec 2018

Noun

  • the increased result by combining two or more things.
Example Sentence: Working together we create a synergy that we couldn't do alone.
 

SURGE
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14 Dec 2018

sɜrdʒ

Nom

  • une augmentation soudaine de la quantité de quelque chose.
Exemple de phrase: Il ya eu un récent regain d'intérêt dans le produit.
 

SUBORDINATE səˈbɔrdnˌeɪt

13 Dec 2018

Noun

  • somebody who is in a lower position than somebody else in an organisation.
Example Sentence: He was accused of abusing his subordinates.
 

STICKING POINT stɪkɪn pɔɪnt

12 Dec 2018

Noun

  • a point in a negotiation where progress cannot be made.
Example Sentence: A key sticking point in the negotiations was the issue of salaries.
 

ENJEU
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11 Dec 2018

steɪk

Nom

  • la proportion d'une entreprise qu'une personne a investi po
Exemple de phrase: Il est titulaire d'une participation de 20% dans la société.
 

STAGNATE stægneɪ

10 Dec 2018

Verb

  • to not grow or develop.
Example Sentence: Property sales in villages near the factory have stagnated.
 

SLOWDOWN sloʊˌdaʊn

09 Dec 2018

Noun

  • when something becomes less active and less is produced.
Example Sentence: They forecast a slowdown in UK economic growth.
 

SHORE UP ʃɔr ʌp

08 Dec 2018

Phrasal Verb

  • to make a system or organisation stronger and less likely to fail.
Example Sentence: The president has promised to shore up the economy.
 

SALES FORECAST seylz fɔrˌkæst

07 Dec 2018

Noun

  • a prediction of how you expect sales to change in the future.
Example Sentence: The company lowered it sales forecast for the third quarter.
 

SALES FORCE seɪlz fɔrs

06 Dec 2018

Noun

  • all the people who sell for a company.
Example Sentence: The company is hoping to expand its sales force.
 

REVAMP riˈvæmp

05 Dec 2018

Verb

  • to change something in order to make it better and more modern.
Example Sentence: The company plans to revamp all its outlets over the coming year.
 

SORTIE DE DÉTAIL
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04 Dec 2018

riteɪl aʊtlɛt

Nom

  • un lieu où les produits sont vendus au public.
Exemple de phrase: Ils ont les points de vente partout en Amérique, en Europe et en Asie.
 

RESTRUCTURE riˈstrʌktʃər

03 Dec 2018

Verb

  • to make changes to the organisation of a company.
Example Sentence: The new owner plans to restructure the failing car maker.
 

RÉCESSION
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02 Dec 2018

rɪsɛʃən

Nom

  • une période de déclin économique et réduction de la consommation.
Exemple de phrase: Après le boom des années 1980 l'économie du Royaume-Uni est entré en récession.
 

RECEIVABLES rɪˈsivəbəls

01 Dec 2018

Noun

  • money that a business expects to receive.
Example Sentence: The company generates roughly $400 million in receivables annually.
 
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