assemble /əˈsembl/ (v) to bring people or things together as a group Example: All the students were asked to assemble in the main hall
beforehand /bɪˈfɔːhænd/ (adv) earlier; before something else happens Example: To speed up the mailing, we should prepare the labels beforehand
complication /ˌkɒmplɪˈkeɪʃn/ (n) a complex combination of elements or things. Example: She will have to spend two more days in the hospital due to complications during the surgery.
courier /ˈkʊriə(r)/ (n) a person or company whose job is to take packages or papers somewhere Example: We hired a courier to deliver the package
express /ɪkˈspres/ (adj) fast and direct Example: It's important that this document be there tomorrow, so please send it express mail.
fold /fəʊld/ (v) to bend something, especially paper or cloth Example: Fold the letter into three parts before stuffing it into the envelope
layout /ˈleɪaʊt/ (n) the way in which the parts of something such as the page of a book, a garden or a building are arranged Example: There is no single correct layout for business letters
mention /ˈmenʃn/ (n, v) an act of refering to somebody / something in speech or writing Example: You should mention in the letter that we can arrange for mailing the brochures as well as printing them
petition /pəˈtɪʃn/ (n, v) a written document signed by a large people that asks somebody to change something Example: The petition was photocopied and distributed to workers who will collect the neccessary signatures
proof /pruːf/ (n) information, documents, etc. that show something is true Example: This letter was not proofed very carefully; it is full of typing mistakes
revise /rɪˈvaɪz/ (v) to change something, such as a book or an estimate to correct or improve it Example: The brochure was revised several times before it was sent to the printer