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Important Vocabulary

  • Threshold: Beginning
  • Likelihood: Probability
  • Jurisdiction: Geographical area with a particular legal system
  • Keep track of: Follow and control the development of
  • Civil unrest: Demonstrations against the government, riots, etc.
  • Rogue traders: Criminals who do not supply goods customers have paid for
  • Dispossessed: People without belongings, money, or power
  • Disenfranchise: To take away people’s power
  • Evaporating: Disappearing
  • Embrace: Accept, take account of
  • Go under: Fail to survive
  • Rosy: Promising, hopeful
  • Off the beaten track: In remote places, a long way from economic centers
  • Obscurity: Become marginal and unimportant
  • Blind: Don’t see or understand
  • Degenerate: Decline, get much worse
  • Mutate: Change (from one thing to another)
  • Thrive: Grow and be healthy

Extracted From

MacKenzie, I. (2002). English for Business Studies: A course for Business Studies and Economics students (2nd ed.). Cambridge University Press.

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