In last weeks post, we looked at an article which dealt with attitudes some people take when going into negotiations. If you hadn’t seen the article yet, visit by clicking here. If you need to go over the vocabulary again, go to last weeks post.
This week, we are going to test your knowledge of vocabulary with a Word Search. Instead of just looking for the presented words, you are presented a list of definitions from last weeks post. Once you have the words you need, you can then search for the words in the puzzle.
1. To manage (to do something) without risking serious consequences (used with can).
2. To become aware (of) through one of the senses, esp. through sight
3. To estimate or determine the significance, importance, or value of; evaluate
4. Thoroughly; utterly, absolutely + having an ugly or mean disposition,obstinate
5. Areas in which two sides can agree to a mutually beneficial exchange
6. Free of trouble, debt, etc., esp. with effort
7. To give; concede; grant
8. Synonym = exploit, extract, pump, take advantage of
9. Anything owned that has exchange value
10. A fixed mental attitude formed by experience, education, prejudice, etc.
11. Obtained, accomplished
12. Declared, esp. in specific terms; expressed
13. A system of activities instrumental to the attainment of one party’s goals when they are in basic conflict with those of the other party
14. Anything serving as the introduction to a principal event, action, performance, etc.; preliminary part; preface; opening
15. Wide in range; not limited
16. An exchange; esp., a giving up of one benefit, advantage, etc. in order to gain another regarded as more desirable
17. Cautious; on one’s guard
18. Gain or benefit
19. Means of accomplishing some purpose. influence, authority, clout, pull, weight
20. A person or group having a stake, or interest, in the success of an enterprise, business, movement, etc.
21. Because of fear
22. Distinct; definite; not doubtful; unambiguous
23. Having or showing a lack of foresight. unthinking, ill-advised, ill-considered, impolitic, impractical, improvident, imprudent, injudicious
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Collins American English Dictionary