attract /əˈtrækt/ (verb) if you are attracted by something, it interests you and makes you want it; if you are attracted by somebody, you like or admire them Example: The display attracted a number of people at the convention
compare /kəmˈper/ (verb) to examine people or things to see how they are similar and how they are different Example: Once the customer compared the two products, her choice was easy.
competition /ˌkɑːmpəˈtɪʃn/ (noun) an event in which people compete with each other to find out who is the best at something Example: In the competition for afternoon dinners, Hector's has come out on top
consume /kənˈsuːm/ (verb) to use something, especially fuel, energy or time Example: The printer consumes more toner than the downstairs printer
convince /kənˈvɪns/ (verb) to make somebody/yourself believe that something is true Example: He convinced me that he was right.
currently /ˈkɜːrəntli/ (adverb) at the present time Example: Currently, customers are demanding big discounts for bulk orders
fad /fæd/ (noun) something that people are interested in for only a short period of time Example: The mini dress was a fad once thought to be finished, but now it is making a comeback
inspiration /ˌɪnspəˈreɪʃn/ (noun) the process that takes place when somebody sees or hears something that causes them to have exciting new ideas or makes them want to create something, especially in art, music or literature Example: His work is an inspiration to the marketing department.
market /ˈmɑːrkɪt/ (noun) an occasion when people buy and sell goods; the open area or building where they meet to do this Example: The market for brightly colored clothing was brisk last year, but it's moving sluggishly this year
persuasion /pərˈsweɪʒn/ (noun) the act of persuading somebody to do something or to believe something Example: The seminar teaches techniques of persuasion to increase sales.
productive /prəˈdʌktɪv/ (adjective) making goods or growing crops, especially in large quantities Example: The unproductive sales meeting brought many staff complaints
satisfaction /ˌsætɪsˈfækʃn/ (noun) the good feeling that you have when you have achieved something or when something that you wanted to happen does happen; something that gives you this feeling Example: Your satisfaction is guaranteed or you'll get your money back.