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Workplace Comm

Vocabulary Exercises-Pt. 2

jeopardize to put at risk or to endanger in a given situation
inflammatory adjective meaning arousing anger, hostility, or passion
escalate to increase, enlarge, or intensify
abrasive substance used for grinding or polishing
spatial of, relating to, or involving the nature of space
succinct expressed in few words, concise, terse
modification an alteration, adjustment, or limitation
resiliency ability to rebound or spring back
diligence persistent exertion of body and mind to accomplish what is undertaken
density the state of being compact, closely set, or crowded
magnitude of great importance or magnitude or of great size or extent
comprehensive covering all or a great amount
flagrant to be shockingly noticeable or glaring
consultation meeting to deliberate, discuss, or decide
premier to be first in rank, chief, or leading
Created by: jlstruss