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Business English Writing Final Exam

– v. – to catch up, replace or pass something or someone.
– adj. – behaving badly, in a way that is difficult to control.
– v. – to increase threefold.
– adj. – seeming to be everywhere or in several places at the same time.
– n. – obsessive preoccupation with oneself.
– adj. – not anticipated; happening or coming quickly and without warning.
– n. - something located at a time when it could not have existed or occurred.
– adv. Without being affected by something; in spite of something.
– v. – to pass by or go beyond.
– n. – a small symbol on a computer screen that represents a program.
– n. – a special skill or ability that you have naturally or can learn.
– adj. – (of a person or an organization) having complete power and making decisions without asking anyone else’s advice
– n. – Thinking about the past even or situation, often with a different opinion of it from the one you had at the time.
– n. – a large piece of something without definite shape.
– v. – to move something such as papers into a different order or into different positions.
– v. – to do clever tricks such as making things seem to appear or disappear as if by magic.
– adj. – strange and difficult to explain; magical.
– n. – a small machine or device which does something useful.
- v. – to force somebody out of a job or position of power, especially in order to take their place.
– n. – the act of emitting, the release of something (usually bad).
– n. – The basic structure or features of a system or organization
– v. – To weigh more heavily, to be more important than something else.
– adj. – connected with beauty and the study of beauty.
– n. – beautiful handwriting that you do with a special pen or brush.
– adj. – happening at the beginning.
– v. – To act in accordance with someone’s rules, commands, or wishes
– v. – to put in motion or move to act.
– n. the way you behave when you are with other people or in a particular situation.
– v. – to keep in mind or convey as a conviction or view.
– v. – to grow stronger