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hirev: to give somebody a job
employeen: a person who is hired to work for a business or organization in exchange for wages or salary; a worker
contractn: a legally binding agreement between two or more parties, setting out their rights and obligations to each other, typically in writing and enforceable by law
appointmentn: a formal arrangement to meet someone at a particular time and place, especially for a reason connected with their work; the act of putting a person into a job or position of responsibility
ignorev: to intentionally not listen or pay attention to
dismissv: to regard something or someone as not important and not worth considering; to terminate someone’s employment
yellv: to shout in a sudden and loud way
hotshotn: a highly skilled or successful person, especially in a competitive field; a show-off or braggart
scenarion: a description of possible actions or events in the future; a written outline of a play, film, or literary work
exaggerationn: an overstatement of facts or description; the act of making something seem larger, more important, or more significant than it is
advisern: a person who gives advice about a particular subject
decisionn: the act or process of making up someone’s mind about something; a choice or judgment reached after considering options
investv: to put money, effort, time, etc. into something to make a profit or achieve a result
cancelv: to decide that a previously scheduled activity will not take place
unreasonableadj: not fair, sensible, or likely to be true
genuineadj: real and exactly; not pretended; sincerely felt or expressed
supposev: to think that something is likely to be actual or possible
softwaren: a set of computer programs and associated documentation and data for doing particular computational jobs
skepticaladj: doubting that something is accurate or useful
postponev: to delay or reschedule something to a later time or date
shortcutn: an alternative route shorter or quicker than the usual one
frustratev: to hinder or prevent efforts, plans, or desires from doing, succeeding, or being fulfilled; to make someone feel upset or annoyed because they are unable to change or achieve something
frustrationn: the feeling of being upset or annoyed as a result of being unable to change or achieve something
guiltn: the fact of having committed something illegal; the negative feelings caused by believing or knowing that you have done something wrong
rackn: a framework or support structure used to hold or display objects; a set of interconnected shelves or compartments used for storage; a source of torture, distress, or mental anguish
insertv: to put something inside something else
digitaladj: processing or storing information as a succession of 1 and 0 to show that a signal is present or missing; relating to the use of computer technology, especially the internet
mindsetn: the established set of attitudes or fixed ideas held by someone
toyn: a thing, typically a small model or replica of something that is played with, especially by children
experimentn: the scientific test conducted to observe what happens and gain new knowledge
industriousadj: hardworking, diligent, and persistent in effort
coren: the most essential or fundamental part of something
colleaguen: one of a group of a coworker, especially in a profession or a business
medicaladj: relating to the treatment of illness or injuries; relating to the practice of medicine
sectorn: a distinct part or division of something often used to refer to a segment of an economy or industry; an area or field of work or activity
structuren: the way of construction of something and the arrangement of its parts, or a complex thing constructed of many parts
chartn: a visual display of information such as a diagram, lists of figures, etc.; a map designed to assist navigation by air or sea
geekn: a person who is highly interested and knowledgeable about a particular subject or field, often to the point of being obsessed
individualn: a single person or thing, as distinct from a group
typicaladj: having the usual characteristics or traits of a specific group of things
representv: to speak, act, or be present on behalf of another person or group; to form or constitute
invisibleadj: impossible or nearly impossible to see
visualizev: to form a mental image or concept of something; to make something visible
coworkern: a person who works with another in the same company or organization
awkwardlyadv: in a manner that lacks grace or fluidity; in a manner that is uncomfortable or difficult to perform
caterv: to provide food and service for an event or function; to satisfy the needs or desires of someone
interactionn: the act of connecting with someone, mainly when working, playing, or spending time with them
internaladj: of or relating to the inside of something
overlayv: to place or cover something over or on top of something else; to add a layer of functionality or data on top of another (noun) a layer of material placed on top of a surface, typically to protect or decorate it
hardwaren: durable tools, machinery, and other equipment; the physical and electronic parts of a computer or other electronic systems
amazingadj: extremely surprising, especially in a way that you like or admire
interactv: to communicate or react with somebody
relationn: the way two persons or groups of people feel and act toward one another
criticn: someone who expresses opinions about the quality of books, music, etc.
basisn: the most important facts, ideas, or events from which something is developed; the way how things are organized or arranged
financen: the management of money, credit, banking, and investments, especially by a government or commercial organization; the branch of economics that studies the management of money and other assets
platformn: the raised flat space close to the track at a train station where passengers get on or off the train; (technology) a computational or digital environment in which a piece of software is executed
collaborationn: the act or situation of working together to create or produce something
tenuousadj: very weak or slight that it hardly exists
responsibleadj: answerable or accountable for something within one’s power, control, or management
specializev: to become an expert in a specific career field, study, or business
schedulen: a list of planned activities, tasks, or things that must be completed showing when they are intended to happen or be done
collaboratev: to work with someone else to produce or achieve something
overloadv: to put too much a load in or on something
overwhelmv: to defeat someone or something by using a great deal of force; to have a strong emotional effect on somebody
conversationn: an informal talk between two or more people to exchange their views, ideas, information, etc.
overseev: to watch and direct someone or something to make sure that it is being done correctly
stretchv: to make or be capable of making anything longer or broader without hurting or breaking
inventoryn: a complete list of all the items or goods held in stock by a business or organization; the act of making such a list
chefn: a cook, especially the chief cook in a restaurant or hotel
instructionn: detailed direction, order, etc., on how to do or use something
sidelinen: a secondary or less significant job, interest, or activity; a line on the side of a sports field that players must stay behind; (verb) to remove someone from their position or role, often temporarily or as a result of a setback or failure
retirev: to withdraw from one’s position or occupation, especially because of age
retiringadj: withdrawing from a position or activity, or becoming more secluded or reserved
decidev: to make up someone’s mind about something; to come to a conclusion or judgment after considering options
destructiveadj: causing or able to cause tremendous and irreparable damage
sparkv: to start something or make it grow, especially suddenly; to emit a tiny piece of fire or electricity
energeticadj: possessing or exerting or displaying energy
consumev: to spend something, especially fuel, energy, or time, in a large amount
installv: to fix furniture, a machine, or a piece of equipment into position so that it can be used; put into an office or a position
expensen: the money, time, or effort incurred or required for something
credentialv: to provide someone with certification or verification of their qualifications, usually in a particular field or profession; (noun) a document attesting to the truth of certain stated facts
invitev: to ask someone to come or join; to offer an opportunity or possibility for something to happen or take place
backgroundn: the details of a person’s social heritage, such as family, vocational or educational experience; past information that is essential to understanding a situation or problem
spiritn: the part of a person which is the seat of their mind, feelings, and character rather than their physical body; the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people
agendan: a list or outline of things to be done, discussed, or considered
gossipn: conversation or discussion about other people’s personal affairs, often of a trivial or idle nature involving sharing rumors, hearsay, or speculation about the lives of others
intimidatev: to make someone fearful or uneasy so that they will do something that you want them to do
encouragev: to give someone support, confidence, or hope; to persuade someone to do or continue to do something by making it easier for them and making them believe it is a good thing to do
ultimateadj: furthest or highest in degree or order
technologicaladj: based on scientific and industrial progress
extendedadj: longer than usual or anticipated
analyzev: to think about in-depth and evaluate to discover essential features or meaning
equivalentn: having the same value, quality, meaning, purpose, etc.
rotationn: the action or process of moving in a circle around an axis or center
recruitv: to persuade someone to work for a company; to find new members for an organization, the armed forces, etc.
begv: to ask for something urgently or earnestly; to appeal to someone to do something
strugglev: to make a great effort to do something when it is difficult, or there are a lot of problems; to use force or violence to break away from restraint or constriction
counterintuitiveadj: contrary to what common sense would suggest
embracev: to accept something willingly and enthusiastically; (noun) the act of clasping another person in the arms as in greeting or affection
algorithmn: a set of rules or rigorous instructions typically used to solve a specific problem or to perform a computation