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Vocabulaire anglais professionnel

Fiche vocabulaire anglais : Des expressions utiles en entreprise !

Avec "Business Word of the Week", découvrez chaque semaine de nouvelles expressions pour améliorer votre niveau d'anglais professionel !
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  • Flaw (adjective)
    Signification :
    an imperfection, or fault which prevents something being perfect.
    Exemples :
    (1) I’m afraid the diamond has a flaw in it and it’s therefore almost worthless. (2) There is a flaw in your logic, the plan won’t work in practice. (3) He has a brilliant mind but a deeply flawed character.
    Contextes d'utilisation :
    Stratégie, Finance, Ressources humaines, Juridique, Marketing, Informatique,Medical et pharmaceutique
    Formations de Cambridge Training dans ce domaine :
  • To bank on somebody/something (verb)
    Signification :
    Meaning: to depend on, or be sure of.
    Exemples :
    (1) You can bank on Sophie, she always delivers on time and in budget. (2) Look at that rain! I was banking on it being good weather, I suppose we’ve got no choice but to cancel the client golf day. (3) Can I bank on your support at the meeting?
    Contextes d'utilisation :
    Stratégie, Finance, Juridique, Marketing, Ventes, Informatique, Recherche
    Formations de Cambridge Training dans ce domaine :
  • Steer/Steering (verb, noun)
    Signification :
    To control or guide the direction of something.
    Exemples :
    (1) The boat is very difficult to steer in rough weather. (2) Despite its length, this lorry is very easy to steer. (3) The project steering committee meets once a week. (4) We should steer him towards a job in sales for his next post.
    Contextes d'utilisation :
    Stratégie/Top Management, RH, Informatique, Finance, Anglais général.
    Formations de Cambridge Training dans ce domaine :
  • Output (noun)
    Signification :
    The amount of something produced by a person, a machine, a factory or country
    Exemples :
    (1) We’re getting 30% more out that machine than the old one. (2) She’s an excellent worker, her output is the highest in the team. (3) Manufacturing output fell by 15% during the recession. (4) In terms of output per worker this is the company’s most productive factory. (5) What were the main outputs from the meeting?
    Contextes d'utilisation :
    Top Management/Stratégie, Finance ; Informatique, Pharmaceutique, Finance, Anglais général, Réunions
    Formations de Cambridge Training dans ce domaine :
  • Shortfall (noun)
    Signification :
    An amount which is less than what is needed, required or expected
    Exemples :
    (1) Why was there was big a shortfall in revenues in Q2? (2) We have a year to date budget shortfall in sales. (3) We need to invest in lot more training to eliminate the skills shortfall.
    Contextes d'utilisation :
    Top Management, Finance, Ressources Humaines, Marketing et Communications, Ventes, Informatique
    Formations de Cambridge Training dans ce domaine :
  • PUT ASIDE (verb)
    Signification :
    (1) To save an amount of money in order buy, pay for, or meet the cost of something in the future. (2) To forget or ignore something which is creating difficulties
    Exemples :
    (1) We need to put aside money to buy that new machine next year. (2) How much have we put aside for contingencies? (3) Management and unions put aside their differences and finally reached an agreement
    Contextes d'utilisation :
    Top Management, Finance, Marketing et Communications, Informatique, Ressources Humaines, Juridique
    Formations de Cambridge Training dans ce domaine :
  • Cutting edge (adjective)
    Signification :
    Metaphorically means the most modern, advanced or up to DATE.
    Exemples :
    (1). This out latest model , it incorporates lots of cutting edge technology. (2) This management tool is really cutting edge
    Contextes d'utilisation :
    Stratégie, RH, Marketing, Ventes, Informatique, Recherche
    Formations de Cambridge Training dans ce domaine :
  • Oversee (verb)
    Signification :
    To supervise or direct people or tasks.
    Exemples :
    (1) She will oversee the new team for the first three months . (2) We need to make sure the project is overseen more closely from now on. (3) He was hired to oversee the design and construction of the new facility
    Contextes d'utilisation :
    Top Management, Finance, Marketing, Ressouces Humaines, Ventes, Informatique, Juridique.
    Formations de Cambridge Training dans ce domaine :
  • Offset (verb principally but also noun)
    Signification :
    Something which compensates or balances something in the opposite direction.
    Exemples :
    1) We need to offset the increased salary costs with cost savings elsewhere to stay on budget. (2) Fortunately the loss of business from local customers will be offset by increased exports. (3) The extra cost of travelling to work is offset by the lower price of houses here.
    Contextes d'utilisation :
    Top Management, Finance, Marketing, Ventes, Informatique, Juridique
    Formations de Cambridge Training dans ce domaine :
  • To bail out (verb). A bail out (noun)
    Signification :
    To rescue a compagny, country or person from serious financial difficulties with money. Also to evacuate water from a boat to stop it sinking
    Exemples :
    (1) The bank was bailed out by the government to prevent it failing and a serious financial crisis developing. (2) The IMF finally agreed to the new latest Greek bailout package. (3) He was spending too much money and had to be bailed out by his parents.
    Contextes d'utilisation :
    Finance, économie, comptabilité, maritime
    Formations de Cambridge Training dans ce domaine :
  • The big picture (noun)
    Signification :
    Used metaphorically to mean seeing the totality of a situation, as opposed to the detail.
    Exemples :
    (1) You're lost in the detail and missing the big picture. If we get this deal it will transform our market position. (2) When she's managing a project she never loses sight of the big picture, so she always delivers on the key strategic benefits.
    Contextes d'utilisation :
    Stratégie, RH, Négociations, Finance...
    Formations de Cambridge Training dans ce domaine :
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