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Abide by
v.
to comply with, to conform
Assurance
n.
guarantee, confidence
Determine
v.
to find out, to influence
Engage
v.
to hire, to involve
Obligate
v.
to bind legally or morally
Provision
n.
a measure taken beforehand, a stipulation
Consume
v.
to absorb, to use up
Fad
n.
a practice followed enthusiastically for a short time, a craze
Persuade
v.
to move by argument or logic
Consequence
n.
that which follows necessarily
Imply
v.
to indicate by inference
Vary
v.
to be different from another, to change
Substitute
v.
to take the place of another
Accommodate
v.
to fit, to provide with something needed
Get in touch
v,
to make contact with
Take part in
v,
to join or participate
Durable
a,
sturdy, strong, lasting
Initiative
n,
the first step; an active role
Recur
v,
to occur again or repeatedly
Stay on top of
v,
to know what is going on; to know the latest information
Be exposed to
v,
to become aware of; to gain experience in
Bring in
v,
to hire or recruit; to cause to appear
Glimpse
n,
a quick look
Made of
v,
to consist of
Out of
a,
no longer having, missing
Reinforce
v,
to strengthen, support
Facilitate
v,
to make easier
Beforehand
adv,
early, in advance
Courier
n,
a messenger
Petition
n,
a formal, written request;

v,
to make a formal request
Abundant
a,
plentiful, in large quantities;

n,
a large number
Accomplishment
n,
an achievement, a success
Bring together
v,
to join, to gather
Come up with
v,
to plan, to invent, to think of
Commensurate
a,
in proportion to, corresponding, equal to
Recruit
v,
to attract people to join an organization of a cause
Time-consuming
a,
taking up a lot of time
Be ready for
v,
to be prepared
Hesitate
v,
to pause, to be reluctant
Conduct
v,
to hold, to take place, to behave
Keep up with
v,
to stay equal with
Look up to
v,
to admire, to think highly of
Mentor
n,
a person who guides
Benefits
n.
the advantages provided to a employee in addition to salary
Compensate
v. to pay, to make up for.
Eligible
adj.
Able to participate in something, qualified
Vested
adj.
Absolute, authorized
Wage
n.
the money paid for work done, usually hourly
Look forward to
v,
to anticipate, to be eager for something to happen
Looked to
v,
to depend on , to rely on
Merit
n,
experience, high quality
Diverse
a,
different; made up of distinct qualities
Obtain
v,
to acquire
Prerequisite
n,
something that is required or necessary as a prior condition
Smooth out
v.
Impose
v,
to establish or apply as compulsory; to force upon others
Prompt
adj
being on time or punctual, carried out without delay,

n.
a reminder or a cue
Rectify
v.
to set right or correct
Crucial
adj.
Extremely significant or important
Discrepancy
n.
a divergence or disagreement
Liability
n.
an obligation a responsibility
Subtract
v.
to take away, to deduct
Tedious
adj.
Tiresome by reason of length, slowness, or dullness, boring
Down payment
n.
an initial partial payment
Take out
v.
withdraw, remove
Accumulate
v.
to gather, to collect
Build up
n.
to increase over time
Reconcile
v.
to make consistent
Turnover
n.
the number of times a product is sold and replaced or an emloyee leaves and another employee is hired
Pull out
v.
to withdraw, to stop participating, n. a withdrawal, removal
Adjacent
adj.
next to
Conducive
adj.
Contributing to, leading to
Disrupt
v.
to interrupt, to disturb
Hamper
v.
to impede or interfere
Move up
v.
to advance, improve position
Open to
adj.
Receptive to, vulnerable
Opt
v.
to choose, to decide on
Scrutinize
v.
to look at carefully and closely
Adhere to
v.
to follow, to pay attention to
Lengthy
adj.
Long in time, duration, or distance
Garment
n.
an article of clothing
Perceive
v.
to notice, to become aware of, to see
Repel
v.
to keep away, to fight against
Take back
b.
to return something, to withdraw or retract
Wrinkle
n.
a crease, ridge, or furrow, especially in skin or fabric
Anxious
adj.
Worried
Ascertain
v.
to discover, to find out for certain
Apprehensive
adj.
Anxious about the future
Circumstance
n.
a condition, a situation
Fluctuate
v.
to go up and down, to change
Get out of
v.
to escape, to exit
Lease
n.
a contract to pay to use property for an amount of time, v. to make a contract to use property
Subject to
adj.
Under legal power, dependent
Appeal
adj.,
to be attractive or interesting
Compromise
n.,
a settlement of differences in which each side makes concessions
Patron
n.,
a customer, especially a regular customer
Burdensome
adj.,
of or like a burden; onerous
Fall to
v.,
to become one’s responsibility
Accustom to
v.,
to become familiar with, to become used to
Apprentice
n.,
a student worker in a chosen field
Culinary
adj.,
relating to the kitchen or cooking
Influx
n.,
a flowing in
Relinquish
v.,
to let go; to surrender
Proximity
n.,
the state, quality, sense, or fact of being near or next to; closeness
Embark
v.,
to go onboard a flight or ship; to begin
Itinerary
n.,
a proposed rout for a journey, showing dates and means of travel
Excursion
n.,
a pleasure trip; a trip at a reduced fare
Substantial
adj.,
considerable in importance, value degree amount, or extent
Offset
v.,
to counterbalance
Punctual
adj.,
prompt
Preclude
v.,
to make impossible; to rule out
Tempt
v.,
to be inviting or attractive to
Attain
v.,
to achieve
Disperse
v.,
to spread widely, to scatter
Rehearse
v.,
to practice in preparation for a public performance; to direct in rehearsal
Disparate
adj.,
fundamentally distinct or different
Urge
v.,
to advocate earnestly;

a.,
a natural desire
Acquire
v.,
to gain possession of; to get by one’s own efforts
Constant
n.,
something that is unchanging or invariable
Decisive
adj.,
characterized by decision and firmness
Disseminate
v.,
to scatter widely; to distribute
Diagnose
v.,
to recognize a disease; to analyze the nature of something
Irritate
v.,
to chafe or inflame, to bother
Incur
v.,
to acquire or come into
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Regardless
adv.,
in spite of, despite
Designate
v.,
to indicate or specify
Escort
n.,
a person accompanying another to guide or protect