Flashcards in Vocabulary V Deck (35)
By or for each individual person
"Income per capita"
The growth or increase by gradual addition.
An acquisition is considered accretive if it adds to EPS.
A wind moving from behind (speeding you up).
1). About to take place.
2). In the period before the conclusion of. (Ex: "Pending the negotiations")
1). Rate. Pace.
Ex: "he moved at a rapid clip".
2). To move swiftly.
Ex: "he clipped along the highway on his motorcycle".
The interaction of elements that when combined produce a total effect that is greater than the sum of the individual elements.
Ex: if X and Y are combined into T and then T is measured, it would equal an amount greater than if you added X and Y together as distinct parts.
To make as effective or useful as possible.
A delay from impending punishment.
To relieve temporarily from any evil.
To praise highly
No longer controllable or answerable.
"A rogue cop", "a rogue politician".
Something that incites people to action as a reward offered.
A benefit given by the government to groups or individuals (as cash or tax reduction).
- is considered to be in the public's best interest.
Not in use.
Land left uncultivated.
The sale of goods to ultimate consumers, usually in small quantities.
The sale of goods in quantity, or in bulk, as to retailers.
When a system maintains internal stability because of a coordinated response of its parts to any stimulus or situation that would disturb its normal condition.
The science of life or living matter.
A state of balance due to the equal action of opposing forces.
Pertaining to force or motion.
To supply with critical or explanatory notes.
To make plain or clear.
Money that is paid for work or services.
Opposite or contrary in direction.
1). To make a distinction.
2). To make different by modification
In its original or natural position.
(pronounced: "in sigh-too")
A roundabout or indirect way of speaking.
The substitution of a mild or vague expression for one that is harsh, offensive, or blunt.
Excessive pride or arrogance.