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WordReference Random House Learner’s Dictionary of American English © 2020
per•son•al /ˈpɜrsənəl/USA pronunciation  
adj. 
  1. of or relating to a person;
    individual:[before a noun]He gave his own, personal opinion.
  2. private:My feelings for the deceased were too personal for me to share at the funeral.
  3. directed to or intended for a particular person:[before a noun]I asked him for a personal favor.
  4. referring or directed offensively to a particular person:personal remarks about his wife.
  5. done, carried out, held, etc., in person:[before a noun]a personal interview with the Pope.
  6. relating to the body, clothing, or appearance:[before a noun]personal cleanliness.
  7. Grammar[before a noun] of, relating to, or showing grammatical person:The personal ending-o in the Spanish hablo ,
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Vocabulary English – Personal Description

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Appearance
I am / You are / He is / She is …
 tall
 small
 overweight, fat
 slim
 young
 old
 … years old.
 beautiful / pretty (Mädchen / Frau), handsome (Junge / Mann)
 sun-tanned
 pale
I have / You have / He has / She has (got) …
 blue / green / grey / brown eyes
 freckles
 a beard
 a full beard
 a moustache
 a goatee
 a stubbly beard
 blond hair
 red hair
 brown hair
 black hair
 dyed hair
 blond highlights
 short hair
 long hair
 straight hair
 curly hair / curls
 a bald head
 a square / round / triangular / oval face
 a big / small / long nose
 big / small ears
Clothing and Accessories
 I wear / You wear / He wears / She  wears …
 glasses
 contact lenses
 I
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Business English | EnglishClub

business (noun): 1 commercial activity; a commercial organization. 2 someone’s regular occupation; work to be done or things to be attended to. 3 someone’s concern.

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Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Finance is a study which figures out how people, businesses and groups make and use money. It can mean:

  • Thinking about money
  • Thinking about how to control money to make profit
  • Studying how to take chances in projects that make money
  • As a verb, “to finance” is to provide money for business.

The process of finance is learning how people and groups act in managing their money, and most of all how they manage making money, and making a profit, with spending money, or making a loss.

A group that makes more money than it spends can lend or invest the excess profit. On the other hand, a group that makes less money than it spends can raise money by getting a loan or selling stock, or spending less, or making more money.

A bank is where many people borrowing money meet people lending money. A bank gets money from

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business – WordReference.com Dictionary of English







WordReference Random House Learner’s Dictionary of American English © 2020
busi•ness /ˈbɪznɪs/USA pronunciation  
n. 
  1. Business the buying and selling of goods for profit;
    trade;
    commerce:[uncountable]majored in business at her university.
  2. Business a person or corporation that buys and sells goods:[countable]started a business from the ground up.
  3. Business a store, office, etc., where trade is carried on:[countable]a small business on Main Street.
  4. Business amount or volume of trade:[uncountable]Business is up (= The amount of trade is increasing).
  5. something with which a person is rightfully concerned:[uncountable]Words are a writer’s business.
  6. affair;
    project;
    activity:[uncountable]I’m fed up with the whole business.
  7. the business, [uncountable] harsh or rough treatment, such as a scolding:gave
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