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CEFR C1 Vocabulary - Lesson 38

Here you will learn some English words about working life, such as "appoint", "collaborate", "recruit", etc. prepared for C1 learners.

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CEFR C1 Vocabulary
to ace
[verb]
to perform extremely well in something, especially a test
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to appoint
[verb]
to give a responsibility or job to someone
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to collaborate
[verb]
to work with someone else in order to create something or reach the same goal
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to commence
[verb]
to start happening or being
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to follow up
[verb]
to investigate further based on information or suggestions provided by someone
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to multitask
[verb]
to simultaneously do more than one thing
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to postpone
[verb]
to arrange or put off an activity or an event for a later time than its original schedule
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to recruit
[verb]
to employ people for a company, etc.
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to resign
[verb]
to officially announce one's departure from a job, position, etc.
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hectic
[adjective]
busy and full of activity
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intensive
[adjective]
(in business) concentrating on or using something a lot, such as a piece of equipment, etc.
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monotonous
[adjective]
boring because of being the same thing all the time
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one-on-one
[adjective]
(of an activity) between only two people
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stimulating
[adjective]
causing excitement
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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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underemployed
[adjective]
(of a person) not having much work to do in their job or being unable to use their full potential
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boardroom
[noun]
a room where the board of directors meet
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internship
[noun]
a period when a student or graduate works, often unpaid, in order to meet some requirements to qualify for something or to gain work-related experience
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vacancy
[noun]
a position or job that is available
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coworker
[noun]
someone who works with someone else, having the same job
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supervisor
[noun]
someone who observes or directs a person or an activity
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amateur
[noun]
someone who is not skilled or experienced enough for a specific activity
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interviewee
[noun]
someone who answers the questions during an interview
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sick leave
[noun]
a specific period of time granted to a person who is ill to temporary leave work
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maternity leave
[noun]
a period of time when a woman can take a break from working and stay home before and after the birth of her child
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multitasking
[noun]
(of people) the ability to perform more than one task simultaneously
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labor
[noun]
work, particularly difficult physical work
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discrimination
[noun]
the practice of treating a person or different categories of people less fairly than others
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pension
[noun]
a regular payment made to a retired person by the government or a former employer
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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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schedule
[noun]
a plan or timetable outlining the sequence of events or activities
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workforce
[noun]
all the individuals who work in a particular company, industry, country, etc.
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workload
[noun]
the amount of work that a person or organization has to do
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notice
[noun]
a formal statement or letter declaring that one intends to end an agreement, especially an employment or residential contract
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increment
[noun]
an increase in someone's salary that happens at regular intervals
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professional courtesy
[noun]
free service that people of the same profession provide for each other, especially common among physicians
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