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  • NEW WORDS AND EXPRESSIONSUNIT 16

  • barberBarber shop

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  • An accountant is a person whose job is to keep financial accounts.

  • Keep in touch with Keep in contact withStay in touch withStay in contact with Lose contact with Lose touch with

  • An adviser is an expert whose job is to give advice to another person or to a group of people.

  • A typist is someone who works in an office typing letters and other documents. If you sign on with any of these companies hoping to be "employed as an "ad typist," "home typist," or "independent typist," you will not be "hired" as an "employee" of the company as their advertising suggests.

  • In a hotel, the receptionist is the person whose job is to book rooms for people and answer their questions. (mainly BRIT; in AM use desk clerk)In an office or hospital, the receptionist is the person whose job is to answer the telephone, arrange appointments, and deal with people when they first arrive.

  • A greengrocer is a shopkeeper who sells fruit and vegetables. (mainly BRIT) A greengrocer or a greengrocer's is a shop where fruit and vegetables are sold. (mainly BRIT)

  • astronautcosmonaut spaceman

  • (Old Trafford)1902, ManchesterJohn Henry DaviesManchester United. 1909, Manchester UnitedFA Cup, DaviesOld Trafford. Archibald Leitch, Old Trafford.

  • trainee employee intervieweeabandonee addresseeappointeerefugee

  • In Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, the Devil is the most powerful evil spirit.A devil is an evil spirit. ...the idea of angels with wings and devils with horns and hoofs.

  • If you adore someone, you feel great love and admiration for them. She adored her parents and would do anything to please them.If you adore something, you like it very much. (INFORMAL) My mother adores bananas and eats two a day. I adore good books and the theatre.

  • If something is vacant, it is not being used by anyone. Half way down the coach was a vacant seat. In every major city there are more vacant buildings than there are homeless If a job or position is vacant, no one is doing it or in it at present, and people can apply for it. The post of chairman has been vacant for some time.

  • A pitch is an area of ground that is marked out and used for playing a game such as soccer, cricket, or hockey. (mainly BRIT; in AM usually use field)If you pitch something somewhere, you throw it with quite a lot of force, usually aiming it carefully.

  • If you describe someone or something as outstanding, you think that they are very remarkable and impressive. Derartu is an outstanding athlete and deserved to win. He was outstanding at tennis and golf.Outstanding issues or problems have not yet been resolved. We still have some outstanding issues to resolve before we'll have a treaty that is ready to sign.

  • When you assess a person, thing, or situation, you consider them in order to make a judgement about them. We would accept such agreements but would need to assess whether the person paying for the studies is genuinely in a position to meet the costs of the proposed studies.evaluate, evaluation assessment

  • SELF-ASSESSMENT

  • A scout is someone who is sent to an area of countryside to find out the position of an enemy army. They set off, two men out in front as scouts, two behind in case of any attack from the rear.If you scout somewhere for something, you go through that area searching for it. A team of four was sent to scout for a nuclear test site.

  • A salary is the money that someone is paid each month by their employer, especially when they are in a profession such as teaching, law, or medicine.Someone's wages are the amount of money that is regularly paid to them for the work that they do. His wages have gone up. Your pay is the money that you get from your employer as wages or salary. The workers' demand for a twenty per cent pay rise.

  • The maintenance of a building, vehicle, road, or machine is the process of keeping it in good condition by regularly checking it and repairing it when necessary. ...maintenance work on government buildings... The window had been replaced last week during routine maintenance.

  • Competitive is used to describe situations or activities in which people or firms compete with each other.A competitive person is eager to be more successful than other people.

  • Your occupation is your job or profession. I suppose I was looking for an occupation which was going to be an adventure. Occupation: administrative assistant.An occupation is something that you spend time doing, either for pleasure or because it needs to be done. Parachuting is a dangerous occupation.occupy

  • An amateur is someone who does something as a hobby and not as a job. Jane is an amateur who dances because she feels like it. Taylor began his playing career as an amateur goalkeeper.

  • An instant is an extremely short period of time. For an instant (immediately ), Catherine was tempted to flee. The pain disappeared in an instant (at once) .Instant food is food that you can prepare very quickly, for example by just adding water. He was stirring instant coffee into two mugs of hot water.

  • A flexible object or material can be bent easily without breaking.Something or someone that is flexible is able to change easily and adapt to different conditions and circumstances as they occur.We can visit your company on Monday or Tuesday; our plans are fairly flexible.

  • If something happens shortly after or before something else, it happens not long after or before it. If something is going to happen shortly, it is going to happen soon. The work will be completed very shortly. Shortly after moving into her apartment, she found a job. She kept a diary until shortly before her death. Christine didn't answer, and shortly afterwards she left.

  • A significant fact, event, or thing is one that is important or shows something. Time would appear to be the significant factor in this whole drama. ...a very significant piece of legislation... I think it was significant that he never knew his own father.

  • You use nevertheless when saying something that contrasts with what has just been said. (FORMAL) She was very tired, nevertheless she kept on working. He's stupid, but I like him nevertheless.

    however

  • disadvantage, drawback, disadvantage: His inability to speak English puts him at a disadvantage when he attends international conferences. His bad health is a great disadvantage for him to get a good paid job.

  • drawback: disadvantage or inconvenience He felt the apartments only drawback was that it was too small. (disadvantage or downside)

  • An applicant for something such as a job or a place at a college is someone who makes a formal written request to be given it.apply for Application application form

  • up to date , , If something is up-to-date, it is the newest thing of its kind. ...Germany's most up to date electric power station. also up-to-date. * out of date

  • If you are up-to-date about something, you have the latest information about it. We'll keep you up to date with any news. I am very up to date on this sort of thing because I listen to the news.

  • The personnel of an organization are the people who work for it. Since 1954 Japan has never dispatched military personnel abroad. There has been very little renewal of personnel in higher education. If you need help at work, your Personnel Manager should be able to help.= staff

  • Personnel is the department in a large company or organization that deals with employees, keeps their records, and helps with any problems they might have. Her first job was in personnel. = human resources

  • Accommodation is a room or rooms to stay, work, or live in. In British English, accommodation is an uncount noun. You do not talk about `accommodations' or `an accommodation'. There is a shortage of accommodation. ...student accommodation. The centre provides accommodation for 5,360 civil servants.

  • Qualification is the act of passing the examinations you need to work in a particular profession. Following qualification, he worked as a social worker.N-UNCOUNT

  • The qualifications you need for an activity or task are the qualities and skills that you need to be able to do it. ( Responsibility and reliability are necessary qualifications, as well as a friendly and outgoing personality.

  • If something is stated or accepted without qualification, it is stated or accepted as it is, without the need for any changes. The empirical evidence considered here is subject to many qualifications. This statement requires qualification and clarification. The government has also conceded, almost without qualification, to most of the students' other demands.

  • A draft is an early version of a letter, book, or speech. I rewrote his rough draft, which was published under my name. I faxed a first draft of this article to him. ...a draft report from a major US university.

  • When you draft a letter, book, or speech, you write the first version of it. He drafted a standard letter to the editors. The legislation was drafted by House Democrats.