English Vocabulary

Null meaning

Have you ever heard the word “null” and been confused? Is it a noun or adjective? What exactly does it mean? In what context do you use it? If you have questions about “null”, keep reading to find out everything you need to know about the word! Null Meaning Null has several meanings, as it […]

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Warrant definition (law)

Warrant A warrant in terms of legal vocabulary can mean a couple of slightly different things. The first one, which is one you hopefully don’t have to worry about, is to do with the police. If the police have been issued a warrant for your arrest, then they are allowed to arrest you on a […]

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negotiate definition

Terms definition

Terms (noun) related to contract A contract is a document that sets out terms and conditions. Each party in a contract will have their own terms that they set out to the other parties involved in the contract. If all parties agree to the terms, then the contract will be signed and all parties will […]

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Party definition

Party (noun) related to contract This is nowhere near as fun as it sounds! Sorry to disappoint you. A party in terms of contractual vocabulary, means a person or a group of people. A contract, therefore, is an agreement between two or more parties that is put into writing and must be taken seriously. Parties […]

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Most Important Contract Words with Examples

Have you ever had to read through a contract? It can be so confusing and it’s easy to get lost in all the technical language (known as jargon). It’s important, however, that you know these terms because they can make very large differences to your life. You don’t want to sign your life away without […]

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Ms vs Mrs vs Miss vs Mr

Ms. vs Mrs. vs Miss vs Mr. A title is a word that comes before someone’s name (usually their last name) in order to indicate their gender, occupation, or marital status. Some common titles include “Dr.” (which stands for “Doctor”), “Prof.” (which stands for “Professor”), and “Mr.” (which stands for “Mister”). The four titles we’re […]

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Nursing Vocabulary. 55 most important words and phrases explained

If you’re a nurse, you have many opportunities to use English! Whether you are using a reference book or treating an English-speaking patient, these words are for you. This post is organized by a situation, so you can jump to the section that is most relevant to you! Health Habits Vocabulary for Checkups Vocabulary for […]

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Bells and whistles (idiom)

Bells and whistles (idiom) When something has bells and whistles on it, it means that it has lots of cool features. Think about your smartphone and just how many features it has, there are so many that you may not even use and perhaps you don’t need. Even so, companies still continue adding capabilities and […]

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