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Organize- The verb to organize means to arrange something in an orderly way (such as reports or products) or to plan for a certain function (such as or events). Sample sentence:
Our sales and marketing team will organize the upcoming Annual Sales Convention in Las Vegas.
Guidance-The noun guidance comes from the verb to guide, which means to direct or lead the way. Therefore, guidance refers to the act of giving direction or help. Sample sentence:
Martha, our manager, tells us we can go to her for guidance any time.
Expand-The verb to expand means to increase the size or amount of something. In business, we often talk about expanding a department or a business. Sample sentence:
I hear that your company plans to expand to Europe and China next year.
Clause- In business law, the noun clause refers to a statement or term in the contract. Sample sentence:
Our legal team has raised some questions about a couple of clauses in the contract.
Null and void- The phrase null and void refers to a contract or clause that’s invalid, non-binding or which has no legal force. Sample sentence:
Our lease will become null and void in 30 days if we don’t renew it now.
Counteroffer- A counter offer is an offer you make in response to an offer made by another party. If you’re unhappy with an offer someone has made to you, you may make a counter offer. Sample sentence:
John offered to sell me his used car for $15,000. It’s a nice car but that’s a little too expensive. So I’m going to make him a counter offer.
Trademark- The noun trademark refers to an officially registered name, symbol or logo used to represent a product or firm. Trademark can also be used as a verb. It’s similar in some ways to a copyright or a patent, but not quite the same. Sample sentence:
One of the most famous trademarks in the world today is the “Golden Arches,” the symbol of McDonald’s.
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