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National culture –riigi kultuur, country culture
Hierarchy-subordinates have to report to managers, one person is leader
Subordinates- alluvad , persons who report to somebody
Authority - right to make decisions and give orders
Delegate- edasi andma, give authority to subordinates
Initiative- omaalgatuslik, makes decisions without asking their manager
Abroad - välismaal, in or to foreign country (2)
A minefield-varitsevad ohud, a situation with hidden dangers
A pitfall-hädaoht, a likely problem(7)
A custom- tava, something done in a society because of tradition (1)
Etiquette - etikett, formal rules for polite behaviour in society (3)
Scheduled- plaaniline, arranged for a certain time
To be a sign of- to show or represent (5)
Offensive- solvav , rude or insulting (4)
A compliment- something that expresses admiration
Sensitive - able to understand others feelings (6)
Impossible- võimatu
Improbable- ebatõenäoline
Imprecise- ebatäpne
Impolite- ebaviisakas
Immature- ebaküps
Dishonest- ebasiiras
Dissimilar- erinev
Disorganised- korratu
Disrespectful- lugupidamatu
Disproportionate- ebaloomulik
Unpopular- ebapopulaarne
Uneconomical- ebamajanduslik
Unmanageable- juhitamatu
Unlikely- ebameeldiv
Unlawful- ebaseaduslik
Unhelpful- kasutu
Illegible- arusaamatu
Illegal - ebaseaduslik
Illogical- ebaloogiline
Illiterate- harimatu
Illiberal- mittetahtlik
Inexpensive- odav
Inefficient- saamatu
Infrequent- harv
Ir regular - korrapäratu
Irrelevant- ebaoluline
Irresponsible- vastutustundetu
Irrational- irratsionaalne
Irresistible- vastupandamatu
Denmark - Danish
Norway- Norwegian
France- French
Holland - Dutch
Spain - Spanish
Finland- Finnish
USA- English
Britain - English
Turkey- Turkish
Portugal- Portuguese
Russia- Russian
Germany- German
Greece- Greek
Italy - Italian
Sweden- Swedish
The bank of England - keskpank , central bank
Commercial bank- clearing bank
Merchant banks - äripank- specialise in services for companies
Regular payment - direct debit
Salary- palk, money your employer pays you every month
Net- neto , the amount that remains after everything else has been deducted
Wages - palk, money you make when you work , usually paid weekly, in cash
Routine- tavapärane, ordinary and boring
Cost - maksma
Stirling- the currency unit of United Kingdom
Fit- sobima , to find the space or time for something
Currency- money used in another country
Distribution- levitamine, giving things too a large group of people
Banking- the business of looking after peoples money
Transactions- tehing, movement of money into or out of customers accounts
Reporting- giving information
Urgent- kiire, very important , needed very quickly
Data- andmed, information or facts
Control - to make something do what you want it to
Transfer- ülekanne, to move something from one place to another
Founds- amount of money
Price- the amount of money for which something is sold or bought
Open - first you need… an account
Pay- to give money
Account- konto
Deposit -ettemaks
Debit- charge – arvele kandma
Cash -raha
Debit card
Credit -krediit
Balance -bilanss, jääk, saldo
VAT- value added tax
i.e. - id est- that is
Ltd- limited company
p.a. -per annum , yearly
asap -as soon as possible
e.g. –egempligratia
IOU – I owe you
MD – managing director
AGM – annual general meeting
SFr – Swiss frank
Corp – corporation
N/A – not available / applicable
AOB – any other business
PAYE- pay as you earn
CEO – Chief executive officer
plc – public limited company
GMT – Greenwich meantime
a.m. – ante meridian, before 12 in the morning
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