Word L i s t a d m i n i s t r a t o r [asdmfnastreita/-] n.
An administrator is a person who controls a business, company, or organization. —»Everyone in the store did whatever the administrator asked them to do.
If someone is affluent, they are wealthy. -* People in the city are usually more affluent than people in the country.
To audit means to inspect financial records from a person or business. —► The government usually audits companies that report lower than usual incomes.
To automate a company means to install machines or computers to do the work. -*■ When the bank automated, it started installing ATM machines.
To bribe someone means to illegally persuade them for a favor with money. -*• The judge was bribed so that she would set the suspect free. C o r r u p t [karApt] adj.
If someone is corrupt, they break the law for money or fame. —» The corrupt policemen didn’t arrest the man because he gave them money.
To dispose of something means to get rid of it. - » He disposed of the can by throwing it into the recycle bin.
A headquarters is a building where the bosses of a company work. -* He drove the long route to headquarters because it was a nice day.
An incentive is what makes a person want to do something. —► The chance of winning a prize was incentive to get people to play the game.
An infrastructure is a collection of services needed to run a society or business. —* Power lines are important parts of a city’s infrastructure.
Published on May 18, 2015
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