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Interchange - Upper-intermediate - Unit 2 - Part 2

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Interchange - Upper-intermediate
counselor
[noun]
an expert who advises people on their problems
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director
[noun]
a person in charge of a movie or play who gives instructions to the actors and staff
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intern
[noun]
an advanced student or graduate, usually in a medical field, who is being given practical training under supervision
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internship
[noun]
a period of time spent working for free or little pay in order to gain experience or to become qualified in a particular field
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more
[determiner]
used to refer to a number, amount, or degree that is bigger or larger
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less
[adverb]
to a smaller amount, extent, etc. in comparison to a previous state or another thing or person
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as
[adverb]
used in making a comparison between two things or persons
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to compare
[verb]
to examine or look for the differences between of two or more objects
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manager
[noun]
someone who is in charge of running a business or managing part or all of a company or organization
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politician
[noun]
someone who works in the government or a law-making organization
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psychiatrist
[noun]
a medical doctor who specializes in the treatment of mental illnesses or behavioral disorders
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furthermore
[adverb]
used to introduce additional information
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however
[adverb]
used to add a statement that contradicts what was just mentioned
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conclusion
[noun]
a decision that is made after careful thinking and consideration of all the related information
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to resort
[verb]
to go somewhere, particularly frequently or in large numbers
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than
[conjunction]
used in expressions to show that one thing happens right after another thing
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comparison
[noun]
the process of examining the similarities and differences between two or more things or people
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to stimulate
[verb]
to encourage or provoke a response, reaction, or activity
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coworker
[noun]
someone who works with someone else, having the same job
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to flood
[verb]
to become covered or filled by water
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billiard
[adjective]
related to the game of billiards or designed for use in playing the game
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finance
[noun]
a type of business activity that involves providing money or other resources, such as capital, to support economic transactions, investments, and other financial activities
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view
[noun]
a personal belief or judgment that is not based on proof or certainty
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cubicle
[noun]
a small, enclosed space or compartment used for work or other activities
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colleague
[noun]
someone with whom one works
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bonus
[noun]
the extra money that we get, besides our salary, as a reward
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laboratory
[noun]
a place where people do scientific experiments, manufacture drugs, etc.
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botanical
[adjective]
concerning or involving the study of plants, their structure, genetics, classification, etc.
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tedious
[adjective]
boring and repetitive, often causing frustration or weariness due to a lack of variety or interest
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luxurious
[adjective]
extremely comfortable, elegant, and often made with high-quality materials or features
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to complain
[verb]
to express your annoyance, unhappiness, or dissatisfaction about something
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disadvantage
[noun]
a situation that has fewer or no benefits over another, which makes succeeding difficult
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journalist
[noun]
someone who prepares news to be broadcast or writes for newspapers, magazines, or news websites
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technician
[noun]
an expert who is employed to check or work with technical equipment or machines
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developer
[noun]
someone or something that designs and produces applications, video games, etc.
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