English podcast #70 Business verbs

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Business verbs

organizar to arrange We arranged a meeting with them for next week.
asistir to attend I can’t attend the conference. I will be in Norway.
llamar to call He called me yesterday.
ponerse en contacto con to get in touch with I couldn’t get in touch with you.
organizar to organise (UK), to organize (US) We organised the conference very well.
posponer to postpone Would it be possible to postpone the meeting until Friday?
enterrarse to find out I found out that you are leaving!
tratar con to deal with I’m an account manager. I deal with our clients in the telecommunications sector.
decidir to decide We decided to fire him.
estimar to estimate They estimate that the project will be finished in May.
subrayar to highlight He highlighted the cultural differences between the companies.
tener como meta to aim We aim to be finished by June.
ganar to earn My boss earns much more than me.
crecer to grow Our sales grew by 13% last year.
cortar to cut We cut our costs by 10%.
aumentar/ incrementar to raise (transitive) We raised the price by 3,000 dollars.
subir to rise (intransitive) The price rose by 3,000 dollars.
aumentar/ incrementar to increase We increased output by 20,000 units a month.
liderar to lead He leads by example.
gestionar to manage I manage the IT Department.
fusionar, consolidar to merge Many airlines are merging in order to survive the crisis.
abastecer/ suministrar to supply We supply parts to two car manufacturers.
facturar to bill/ invoice We usually bill them after each project.
presupuestar to budget We didn’t budget for 3 extra consultants.
demandar to sue He sued the newspaper for printing false accusations.
26/06/2017Level - difficulty 2United StatesUnited States 2Audio