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Business English Vocabulary — словарь делового английского языка

Деловой словарь английского языка удобно использовать как на переговорах в деловой речи, так и для изучения деловой лексики английского.

Ключевых слов, которые включает деловая терминология, не так уж много. Их достаточно легко запомнить с помощью словаря, а процесс изучения делового английского языка не занимает много времени. Многие из часто употребляемых слов обозначены ниже.

1 bonus — n. additional pay given to employee as incentive or reward
2 curriculum vitaeUK — n. short account of one’s education, career etc; CVUK; r?sum?US; resumeUS
3 dismiss — v. to remove or discharge from employment; to sack [colloq.]; to fireUS
4 employer — n. person or firm who employs people — employee n. person employed
5 fireUS — v. [colloq.] to dismiss
6 interview — v. an oral examination of an applicant for a job — also v.
7 make redundantUK — v. [made, made] to dismiss because of not being needed — redundancyUK n.
8 maternity leave — n. period of absence from work (for a woman) when having a baby
9 notice — n. advance warning of intention to resign — to give or tender one’s notice v.
10 perk — abbr. perquisite; something additional to regular salary [eg: free meals; a car]
11 personnel — n. the people who work for a firm
12 personnel officer — n. manager responsible for recruitment, training and welfare of personnel
13 promotion — n. advancement in rank or position — to promote v.
14 prospects — n. opportunity for success, promotion etc
15 recruit — n. to look for and employ personnel — recruitment n.
16 resign — v. to give up a job — letter of resignation n.
17 retire — v. to leave employment, esp. because of age — retirement n.
18 salary — n. a fixed, regular payment, usually monthly, made by employer to employee
19 staff — n. the people who work for a firm or a particular department; employees
20 take on — v. [took, taken] to employ; to hire