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  1. 3. A business or company, especially a small one
  2. 5. If someone is right to do something, their action is morally correct or sensible
  3. 7. Someone who does a job, especially a particular type of job
  4. 9. When you sell something
  5. 11. A legal agreement which allows you to use a building, car etc for a period of time, in return for rent
  6. 14. A careful examination of something
  7. 16. The act of bringing goods, letters etc to a particular person or place, or the things that are brought
  8. 19. the way In which someone or something is involved in an activity or situation, and how much influence they have on it
  9. 21. A list of all the things in a place
  10. 23. The act of taking money from a bank account, or the amount you take out
  11. 24. A planned series of actions for achieving something
  12. 30. Large objects such as chairs, tables, beds, and cupboards
  13. 31. The activity of controlling and organizing the work that a company or organization does
  14. 32. The extra money that you must pay back when you borrow money
  15. 34. The state of being able to be used, bought, or found
  16. 36. The work of keeping a company’s financial records, recording its income and expenses, and its business deals
  17. 39. A part of the cost of something you are buying that you pay some time before you pay the rest of it
  18. 41. Money that is provided by an organization for a particular purpose
  19. 43. The state of being unable to pay your debts
  20. 46. The things that a company owns, that can be sold to pay debts
  21. 47. To buy something
  1. 1. Money you earn that is paid according to the number of hours, days, or weeks that you work → salary
  2. 2. A request by a customer for a company to supply goods
  3. 4. Place to buy things
  4. 6. The amount of money you have to pay for something
  5. 8. A building that belongs to a company or an organization
  6. 10. An amount of money that you borrow from a bank etc
  7. 12. An amount of something that is available to be used
  8. 13. The difference between the amount you have and the amount you need or expect → deficit
  9. 15. The use of money to get a profit or to make a business activity successful
  10. 16. A sum of money that a person or organization owes
  11. 17. To give official permission for someone to do or produce something, or for an activity to take place
  12. 18. The amount of money that you have to pay in order to buy, do, or produce something
  13. 20. The sets of programs that tell a computer how to do a particular job
  14. 22. The rate at which goods are produced, and the amount produced, especially in relation to the work
  15. 25. Someone who is in a position of authority in an organization
  16. 26. A written agreement in which a company selling something promises to repair it if it breaks
  17. 27. Someone who owns shares in a company or business
  18. 28. A set of papers, records etc that contain information
  19. 29. When a business or an activity makes a profit, or the amount of profit it makes
  20. 33. An organization such as a company, shop, or factory that produces or sells goods or provides a service
  21. 35. To gradually get more and more money, possessions, knowledge etc over a period of time
  22. 37. The difference between what it costs a business to buy or produce something and what they sell it for
  23. 38. An arrangement with a company in which you pay them money and they pay the costs if something bad happens
  24. 40. Something that is grown or made in a factory in large quantities, usually in order to be sold
  25. 42. A gross sum of money is the total amount before any tax or costs have been taken away
  26. 44. The amount of money that something is worth
  27. 45. An amount of money that you must pay to the government according to your income, property, goods etc and that is used to pay for public services