Word List


Change verb I will change my library book today
Make or become different; take or use another
Improve verb I'm sure we can improve the bus service
Make or become better
Agenda Noun What's on the agenda today
a list of items to be discussed at a formal meeting
Business Noun He had unfinished business to get on with
work that has to be done or matters that have to be attended to
Circulate Verb They had to circulate the information sheet
pass from place to place or person to person
Copies Plural noun She had many copies of the guestlist
things made to be similar or identical to others
Electrician Noun Her first job was as an electrician
a person who installs and maintains electrical equipment
Ensure Verb He practised his presentation to ensure he would say the right things
make certain that (something) will occur or be the case
Label He had to label the vegetarian food Verb
attach a label to (something)
Laundry Noun The laundry needed to be folded
clothes and linen that need to be washed or that have been newly washed
Loudly Adverb They played the music loudly
in a way that produces much noise
Minutes Noun Peter was asked to take the minutes at the meeting
a summarized record of the proceedings at a meeting
Price Noun The price was £2.00
the amount of money expected, required, or given in payment for something
Quality Noun The quality of the presentation was much better than last time
the standard of something as measured against other things of a similar kind
Reduce Verb They needed to reduce the noise level
make smaller or less in amount, degree, or size
Return Verb He had to return the broken light to the shop
give, put, or send (something) back to a place or person
Serious Adjective Aheart attack is a serious condition
significant or worrying because of possible danger or risk
Sort Verb She had to sort the different medicine boxes
arrange systematically in groups; separate according to type
Surveillance Noun The theif was under close surveillance
close observation, especially of a suspected spy or criminal
Transfer Verb They had to transfer the employess to the new building
move to another department, occupation, etc.
Upcoming Verb He was excited about the upcoming football match
about to happen; forthcoming
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