5 Business Related Phrasal Verbs
In today’s blog post, I thought I would share some handy business related phrasal verbs. These are perfect for using around the office with any English speaking colleagues.
Hammer Out – To produce something with difficulty.
- After many sleepless nights, congress hammered out the 2015 federal budget.
Head Up – To lead.
- Sandra got her MBA at Wharton and now she heads up IBM.
Iron Out – To perfect or to remove flaws.
- Let’s get the legal team to iron out the details on these contracts.
Nail Down – To finalize something.
- Lucy and Stephen need to nail down their marketing campaign.
Opt Out – To decline from an option.
- If the same workshop is being offered next week, I’ll opt out today.
Clases de Inglés en Sevilla
Now see if you can put them into practice, fill in the gaps!
- Real Betis needs to score another goal to__________ their victory over Real Sociedad.
- I would like to_________ of todays meeting if possible.
- We would like you to_________ our operations in Madrid.
- A deal was______________ between the government and the strikers to end the protests.
- We need to meet with the lawyer to_________ the final details of the land purchase.