SAT 9

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SAT 9
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  1. N.
    A useful quality, person, or thing; an advantage or resource.
    Asset
  2. N.
    Immoderate or insatiable desire for material wealth; greed.
    Avarice
  3. V.
    To trade goods and services without the exchange of money; to haggle over the terms of an exchange.
    Barter
  4. V.
    To protect or intimidate by refusing as a group or individual to deal with.
    Boycott
  5. N.
    The exchange of goods, especially on a large scale; intellectual or social.
    Commerce
  6. N.
    Something that can be turned to commercial advantage; a product.
    Commodity
  7. V.
    To strip or deprive of, especially property or rights; to rid or free of; to sell off or dispose of.
    Divest
  8. N.
    One who organizes, operates, and assumes the risk for a business group.
    Divest
  9. N.
    One who organizes, operates, and assumes the risk for a business venture.
    Entrepreneur
  10. Adj.
    Excessive, high or unreasonable (as in price); exceeding the bounds of custom or price.
    Exorbitant
  11. V.
    To achieve by deception, to cheat or swindle.
    Finagle
  12. Adj.
    Inexpensive; not wasteful; economical in the use of money or resources.
    Frugal
  13. Adj.
    Priceless; having incalculable value.
    Invaluable
  14. Adj.
    Profitable; producing wealth.
    Lucrative
  15. N.
    A wealthy or powerful businessperson or industrialist; a mogul.
    Magnate
  16. Adj.
    Working solely for monetary gain; materialistic.
    Mercenary
  17. N.
    A customer, especially a regular one; a person who supports with money; benefactor.
    Patron
  18. N.
    A tip or gratuity; an incidental benefit of employment, beyond wages or salary.
    Perquisite
  19. Adj.
    Rashly or wastefully extravagant; lavish.
    Prodigal
  20. N.
    Income from investment; government income from taxation; income from a single source.
    Revenue

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