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Uvic_Rikkyo Business

Fired Up vocabulary

ceramic (adj); ceramics (n) Plates, cups, etc. made of clay and hardened by heat.
entrepreneur (n) A person who starts and runs their own business.
fuse (v) To join or blend by melting together.
high-traffic (adj) A location that has a lot of people driving or walking by.
laid-back (adj) Relaxed; informal.
drop-in (adj); drop in (v) An event that does not need an appointment; to visit without an appointment
glaze (n, v) A protective material on ceramics; to add a protective material to ceramics.
kiln (n) A special oven for baking ceramics .
innovative (adj) Original and creative thinking; new ideas.
stag/stagette (n) A party for men/women before they get married.
fundraiser (n) An event to raise money for a charity.
toxic (adj) Poisonous.
first-timer (n) A person who is doing something for the first time.
accomplished (adj) A person who is very good at what they do.
fire (v) To bake ceramics to make them hard.
fired-up (adj) A feeling of enthusiasm or excitement about something.
bond (v) To share an experience with other people that brings everyone closer together.
Art Therapist (n) A person who uses art to help people with emotional or mental health problems.
Created by: drieb
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