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CEFR C2 Vocabulary - Business and Management

Here you will learn all the essential words for talking about Business and Management, collected specifically for level C2 learners.

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CEFR C2 Vocabulary
option
[noun]
a contract that gives the holder the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell an asset at a predetermined price within a specified time frame
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book
[noun]
the official record of financial transactions and accounts for a business, including ledgers, journals, and other accounting documents
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belt-tightening
[noun]
an act of spending less money during difficult financial times
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business cycle
[noun]
the rhythmic pattern of economic growth and decline, consisting of phases such as expansion, peak, contraction, and trough
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cash cow
[noun]
a service or product that provides a business or company with a stable income
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comptroller
[noun]
a financial officer responsible for managing and overseeing the financial accounts and budgets of an organization
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buyout
[noun]
the acquisition of a company or a controlling interest in a company's shares, often initiated by an outside entity or a group of investors, resulting in a change of ownership and control
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equity
[noun]
the money one owns in a property after paying back any money one borrowed to buy it
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hedge
[noun]
a thing or method that protects one against potential problems, particularly financial ones
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top line
[noun]
a company's gross sales or revenues, before any costs or expenses are deducted
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cash flow
[noun]
the movement of money in and out of a business or financial system, indicating its liquidity and financial well-being
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depreciation
[noun]
a decline in something's price or value
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cartel
[noun]
an agreement among independent entities, often businesses, to control prices, production, and distribution in a specific industry, reducing competition and increasing market power
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takeover
[noun]
the acquisition of a company, leading to a change in ownership and often involving the purchase of a substantial portion of its shares
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capital market
[noun]
a financial market where long-term debt or equity-backed securities are bought and sold
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asset stripping
[noun]
the act of buying a company and then selling its assets separately, often at a profit, without regard for the company's long-term viability
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curtailment
[noun]
the act of reducing or limiting something in order to reach financial stability
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to wind down
[verb]
to slowly reduce the activity of a business or organization, leading to its eventual closure
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bottom line
[noun]
the amount that was profited or lost in an organization or company after everything was calculated
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supervision
[noun]
the act or process of overseeing the activities of individuals or a group to ensure compliance with rules or objectives
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collective
[noun]
a cooperative or united group of individuals, entities, or elements working together for a common purpose or interest
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conglomerate
[noun]
a corporation formed by merging different firms or businesses
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maladministration
[noun]
the inefficient or improper management, especially within a public institution or organization
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directive
[noun]
a clear instruction or order given to guide actions or decisions
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syndicate
[noun]
a group of people or businesses who come together in order to carry out or to fund a particular business project
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