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Total English - Intermediate - Unit 9 - Reference

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Total English - Intermediate
to apply
[verb]
to formally request something, such as a place at a university, a job, etc.
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to employ
[verb]
to give work to someone and pay them
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pay rise
[noun]
an increase in salary or wages that an employee receives from their employer
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to promote
[verb]
to move to a higher position or rank
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vacancy
[noun]
a position or job that is available
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overtime
[noun]
the extra hours a person works at their job
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perk
[noun]
an extra benefit, advantage, or privilege that one receives in addition to one's salary due to one's job
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reference
[noun]
a letter written by a former employer about a former employee who has applied for a new job, giving information about them
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self-employed
[adjective]
working for oneself rather than for another
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flexitime
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a flexible work schedule in which employees can set their own working hours within a certain framework or range of hours
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freelance
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an individual who works independently without having a long-term contract with companies
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annoyed
[adjective]
feeling irritated or slightly angry
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annoying
[adjective]
causing slight anger
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exhausted
[adjective]
feeling extremely tired physically or mentally, often due to a lack of sleep
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exhausting
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causing one to feel very tired and out of energy
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check
[noun]
a small piece of paper showing the foods and drinks that we have ordered in a restaurant, cafe, etc. and the amount that we have to pay
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chips
[noun]
potato that is cut into long and thin rectangular pieces and fried in oil
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fries
[noun]
thin slices of potato that have been cooked in hot oil until they are crispy and golden brown
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film
[noun]
a story that we can watch on a screen, like a TV or in a theater, with moving pictures and sound
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movie
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a story told through a series of moving pictures with sound, usually watched via television or in a cinema
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petrol
[noun]
a liquid fuel that is used in internal combustion engines such as car engines, etc.
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the post
[noun]
the official service or system responsible for delivering letters, parcels, and other mail to their intended recipients
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return ticket
[noun]
a ticket for a journey from one place to another and back again
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round trip
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a journey to a destination and back to the point of departure
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underground
[noun]
a city's railway system that is below the ground, usually in big cities
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subway
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an underground railroad system, typically in a big city
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motivated
[adjective]
having a strong desire or ambition to achieve a goal or accomplish a task
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motivating
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having the power to inspire or encourage action towards a goal or objective
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budget
[noun]
the sum of money that is available to a person, an organization, etc. for a particular purpose and the plan according to which it will be spent
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to persuade
[verb]
to make a person do something through reasoning or other methods
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delegating
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the act of assigning tasks, responsibilities, or authority to others to distribute workload in a way that maximizes efficiency, productivity, and effectiveness
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fit
[adjective]
healthy and strong, especially due to regular physical exercise or balanced diet
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flexible
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ready and able to change and adapt to different conditions
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to solve
[verb]
to find an answer or solution to a question or problem
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stamina
[noun]
the mental or physical strength that makes one continue doing something hard for a long time
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bill
[noun]
a piece of printed paper that shows the amount of money a person has to pay for the meal they have had in a bar or restaurant
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motorway
[noun]
a very wide road that has no intersections or cross-traffic and is designed for high-speed travel
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freeway
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a controlled-access highway that has no intersections or cross-traffic and is designed for high-speed travel
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mobile phone
[noun]
a cellular phone or cell phone; ‌a phone without any wires and with access to a cellular radio system that we can carry with us and use anywhere
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cell phone
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a phone that we can carry with us and use anywhere because it has no wires
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curriculum vitae
[noun]
a document that summarizes a person's academic and work history, often used in job applications or academic pursuits
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