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To cooperate (with sb) (in / on sth) to work together with sb else in order to achieve sth: The two groups agreed to cooperate with each other. Cooperation (with sb) (in doing sth) | cooperation (between A and B) the fact of doing sth together or of worki
To contribute (sth) (to / towards sth)
to give sth, especially money or goods,
to help sb/sth: [vn] We contributed
£5 000 to the earthquake fund. To
contribute (to sth) to be one of the
causes of sth: Medical negligence was
said to have contributed to her death.
To contribute (sth) to sth to increase,
improve or add to sth. Contribution
(n) Contributory (adjective)
To improve to become better than
before; to make sth/sb better than
before: To improve on / upon sth to
achieve or produce sth that is of a
better quality than sth else
improvement (noun) improvement
(in / on / to sth) the act of making sth
better; the process of sth becoming
better improvement (in / on sth) a
change in sth that makes it better; sth
that is better than it was before
7. I think the ..... for his
services is high.
Duty (n) something that you feel
you have to do because it is your
moral or legal responsibility
Fee (n) an amount of money that
you pay for professional advice or
services / an amount of money
that you pay to join an
organization, or to do sth:
Fine (n) a sum of money that
must be paid as punishment
for breaking a law or rule: a
Tariff (n) a tax that is paid on
goods coming into or going
out of a country
8. We’ve decided to ..... the
company Macrodisk, Inc.
To name sb/sth (after sb) |
(NAmE also) name sb/sth (for
sb) to give a name to sb/sth
SYN call: [vn] He was named
after his father (= given his
father’s first name)/to say the
name of sb/sth
SYN To identify: The victim has
not yet been named.
To nominate sb (for / as sth) to formally
suggest that sb should be chosen for an
important role, prize, position, etc.
SYN To propose. To nominate sb (to / as
to choose sb to do a particular job
SYN To appoint: [vn] I have been
nominated to the committee. To nominate
sth (as sth) to choose a time, date or title
SYN To select: 1 December has been
nominated as the day of the election.
To denominate to express an
amount of money using a
particular unit: The loan was
denominated in US dollars.
9. Have you checked out
the ..... of that contract?