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لغات مربوط به ملاقات های کاری به انگلیسی

Meetings Vocabulary

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word
part of speech
meaning example sentence
absent
adj
not present The vice president isabsent due to unforeseen circumstances.
accomplish
verb
succeed in doing We have a lot to accomplishtoday, so let’s begin.
address
verb
deal with; speak on I hope we do not have toaddress this matter again in the future.
adjourn
verb
close a meeting If there are no further comments, we will adjournthe meeting here.
agenda
noun
list of objectives to cover in a meeting Please forward the agenda to anyone who is speaking at the meeting.
AGM
noun(abbr.)
Annual (yearly) General Meeting We always vote for a new chairperson at the AGM.
allocate
verb
assign roles/tasks to certain people I forgot toallocatesomeone to bring refreshments.
AOB
noun(abbr.)
Any Other Business (unspecified item on agenda) The last item on the agenda is AOB.
apologies
noun
item on agenda announcing people who are absent; apologies for absence Everyone is present today, so we can skip the apologies.
ballot
noun
a type of vote, usually in writing and usually secret Please fold your ballot in half before you place it in the box.
board of directors
noun
group of elected members of an organization/company who meet to make decisions The board of directorsmeets once a month to discuss the budget.
boardroom
noun
a large meeting room, often has one long table and many chairs Theboardroom is reserved for a managers’ meeting, so we’ll have to meet in the lounge.
brainstorm
verb
thinking to gather ideas Let’s take a few minutes andbrainstormsome ways that we can cut costs.
casting vote
noun
deciding vote (usually by the chairman) when the votes are otherwise equal The role of treasurer was decided based on the chairman’scasting vote.
chairperson/chair
noun
the person who leads or presides at a meeting As chair, it is my pleasure to introduce to you, Mr. Allan Davis.
clarification/verification
noun
explanation/proof that something is true/understood Before we address this matter, I’ll need someclarificationas to who was involved.
closing remarks
noun
last thoughts spoken in a meeting (i.e. reminders, thank yous) I just have a few closing remarks and then you will all be free to go.
collaborate
verb
work together as a pair/group The board fell apart because the members had difficultycollaborating.
commence
verb
begin We willcommence as soon as the last person signs the attendance sheet.
comment
verb or noun
express one’s opinions or thoughts If you have acomment, please raise your hand rather than speak out.
conference
noun
formal meeting for discussion, esp. a regular one held by an organisation Before theconferencethere will be a private meeting for board members only.
conference call
noun
telephone meeting between three or more people in different locations Please make sure I have no interruptions while I’m on theconference call.
confidential
adjective
private; not to be shared Any financial information shared during this meeting should be keptconfidential.
consensus
noun
general agreement If we cannot come to aconsensus by the end of the meeting we will put it to a vote.
deadline
noun
due date for completion The deadlinefor buying tickets to the conference is May 25th.
designate
verb
assign If no one volunteers to take the minutes I will be forced todesignatesomeone.
formality
noun
a procedure (often unnecessary) that has to be followed due to a rule Everyone knows who is going to be the next vice president, so this vote is really just aformality.
grievance
noun
complaint The first item on the agenda relates to agrievancereported by the interns.
guest speaker
noun
person who joins the group in order to share information or deliver a speech I am delighted to welcome ourguest speaker Holly, who is going to be offering some sales pitch tips.
implement
verb
make something happen; follow through It’s not a question of whether or not we’re going to use this idea, it’s whether or not we know how toimplement it.
mandatory
adjective
required It ismandatorythat all supervisors attend Friday’s meeting.
minutes
noun
a written record of everything said at a meeting Before we begin with today’s meeting, let’s quickly review the minutesfrom last month.
motion
noun
a suggestion put to a vote The motion to extend store hours has been passed.
objectives
noun
goals to accomplish I’m pleased that we were able to cover all of theobjectivestoday within the designated time.
opening remarks
noun
chairperson or leader’s first words at a meeting (i.e. welcome, introductions) As I mentioned in my opening remarks, we have to clear this room before the end of the hour.
overhead projector
noun
machine with a special light that projects a document onto a screen or wall so that all can see I’m going to put a pie chart on theoverhead projector so that everyone can visualize how our profits have declined.
participant
noun
person who attends and joins in on an event Can I have a show of hands of all of those who wereparticipantsin last year’s conference?
proxy vote
noun
a vote cast by one person for or in place of another There must have been oneproxy votebecause I count twelve ballots but only eleven attendees.
punctual
adjective
on time (not late) Firstly, I want to thank you all for beingpunctualdespite this early meeting.
recommend
verb
suggest I recommendthat you sit closer to the front if you have trouble hearing.
show of hands
noun
raised hands to express an opinion in a vote From theshow of hands it appears that everyone is in favour of taking a short break.
strategy
noun
plan to make something work We need to come up with astrategy that will allow us to have meetings less frequently.
unanimous
adj
in complete agreement; united in opinion The vote wasunanimous to cut work hours on Fridays.
vote
verb or noun
to express (the expression of) an opinion in a group by voice or hand etc We need tovote for a new vice chairperson now that Jerry is retiring.
wrap up
verb
finish Let’s wrap uphere so that we can get back to our desks.

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