TOEIC Noun Lv. 2
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TOEIC Noun Lv. 2
The assistant manager took the initiative in trying to solve the problem.
The employee was given a bonus as acknowledgement of his hard work.
The constant exposure of the product led to an increase in sales.
Nothing was left to contingency in the contract.
contingent adj.偶発的な、on~ ～を条件とする
Ms. Jenson is an energetic worker and has an appertite for learning.
It takes a certain amount of skill and aptitude to do the job well.
The restaurant manager extended his compliments to the chef for the fine meal.
The accused man filed a petition for a retrial in the court.
Jen had to search for a place to hold the event that was in close vicinity to the office.
We are more technologically advanced than our predecessors.
No large vehicles are allowed inside the compound after 5:00 p.m.
Kim thought it was a nuisance to wait in line for so long.
The CEO told the staff to have dignity when performing their duties.
Martha has a preoccupation with money.
preoccupied adj. 夢中の、心奪われた
The manager had bias against certain races.
Many workers have become victims of the recent flu epidemic.
Mr. Monroe bought a new car on impulse even though the couldn't afford it.
Mr. Irving is quite serious and has trouble showing affection.
There is no foundation in the supervisor's objections.
The athlete was on a quest for the gold medal at the Olympics.
The government can't seem to come up with a remedy for the ailing economy.
Martin's intuition told him that he should not accept the job offer.
Mt. Rushmore is a popular landmark in the U.S. and must be preserved.
Roger endured a lot of hardship before he became successful.
Ms. Lawler looked over the agreement to make sure there wasn't discrepancy in the terms.
Employees should be cautious with the equipment to prevent mishaps.
The machine emitted a strange odor.
The police took the accused man into custody.
The hotel built a suite of rooms on the top floor of the building.
The company chairman always does good deeds and contributes to charity.
The executive felt pity for the homeless man and gave him some money.
The systems engineer didn't have a clue how to solve the network problems.
The CEO and he general manager had a quarrel about the monthly expenses.
The troops launched an assault against the enemy.
All legal agreements require close scrutiny before signing them.
The earthquake left a huge crack in the pavement.
When the president hired his brother it caused friction within the company.
Several segments of the community are actively participating in the recycling drive.
The geologist studied the fragments of the rock to determine its age.
The corporation's director was convicted of fraud and sent to jail.
The farmers had a surplus of grain last year, but this year the supply is low.
Leah had heard the tune many times before but could not remember the words.
The bad business deal put the company in a predicament.
The judge decided to change the venue of the highly-publicized trial.
The employees will receive raises in small increments from next quarter.
Some cultures have many different dialects within the same language.
The ad executive tried to think of a good buzzword to describe the new product.
The secretary had the endless chore of classifying all the documents.
The mad cow scare has created huge losses for the beef and cattle industries.
Mr. Botha was caught taking a nap at his desk.
Termites are the most difficult pests to get rid of.
The astronomers discovered a new celestical sphere.
Mr. Harding fixed his gaze on the blank wall.
All decisions are left to the manager's discretion.
The national median of salaries is rising each year.