appreciation /əˌpriːʃiˈeɪʃn/ (noun) pleasure that you have when you recognize and enjoy the good qualities of somebody/something Example: In appreciation of your hard work on the Castcon project, the department will hold a casual lunch party on November third
be made of /bi meɪd əv/ (verb) be produced of Example: This job will really test what you are made of
bring in /brɪŋ ɪn/ (phrasal verb) to ask somebody to do a particular job or to be involved in something Example: The company brought in new team of project planners
casually /ˈkæʒuəli/ (adverb) in a way that shows you are calm and relaxed Example: On Fridays, most employees dress casually
code /kəʊd/ (noun) a system of words, letters, numbers or symbols that represent a message or record information secretly or in a shorter form Example: Even the most traditional companies are changing their dress code to something less formal
expose /ɪkˈspəʊz/ (verb) to show something that is usually hidden Example: He did not want to expose his fears and insecurity to anyone.
glimpse /ɡlɪmps/ (noun) a sight of somebody/something for a very short time, when you do not see the person or thing completely Example: The secretary caught a glimpse of her new boss as she was leaving the office.
out of /aʊt əv/ (adjective) no longer having Example: The presenter ran out of time before he reached his conclusion
outdated /ˌaʊtˈdeɪtɪd/ (adjective) no longer useful because of being old-fashioned Example: Before you do a mailing, make sure that none of the addresses is outdated.
practice /ˈpræktɪs/ (noun) doing an activity or training regularly so that you can improve your skill; the time you spend doing this Example: Bill practiced answering the telephone until he was satisfied
reinforce /ˌriːɪnˈfɔːrs/ (verb) to make a feeling, an idea, etc. stronger Example: Employees reinforced their learning with practice in the workplace
verbally /ˈvɜːrbəli/ (adverb) in spoken words and not in writing or actions Example: The guarantee was made only verbally