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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121444: Business situations
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    Business situations


    Meanings

    1-Cut back => spend less

    2-draw up => write

    3-Fall behind => be slower than others

    4-Put forward => to suggest

    5-Sort out => put right

    6-Stepped down => left the job

    7-Taking on => accepting

    8-Take over => take control of

    9-Fell through => didn't happen

    10-Print out => text produced by a computer printer

     

     





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    1. If we're spending too much money, we'll have to .

    2. Our lawyers will a new contract.

    3. The two sides were close to an agreement, but it .

    4. The computer will the details.

    5. The consultants a proposal to reorganise the company.

    6. Sarah paid a visit to the client to try to the difficulties.

    7. The company boss has after ten years in charge.

    8. We are the challenge of expanding overseas.

    9. Large companies sometimes smaller ones.

    10. We mustn't in the race to develop new products.









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