affordable /əˈfɔːrdəbl/ (adjective) cheap enough that people can afford to pay it or buy it Example: The company's first priority was to find an affordable phone system
as needed /'æz'ni:did/ (adverb) In need Example: The service contract states that repairs will be made on an as-needed basis
be in charge of /bi ɪn tʃɑːrdʒ əv/ (verb) be responsible for Example: He appointed someone to be in charge of maintaining a supply of paper in the fax machine
capacity /kəˈpæsəti/ (noun) the number of things or people that a container or space can hold Example: The new conference room is much larger and has a capacity of one hundred people
durable /ˈdʊrəbl/ (adjective) likely to last for a long time without breaking or getting weaker Example: These chairs are more durable than the first ones we looked at
initiative /ɪˈnɪʃətɪv/ (noun) a new plan for dealing with a particular problem or for achieving a particular purpose Example: Employees are encouraged to take the initiative and share their ideas with management.
physically /ˈfɪzɪkli/ (adverb) in a way that is connected with a person’s body rather than their mind Example: The computer screen is making her physically sick.
provider /prəˈvaɪdər/ (noun) a person or an organization that supplies somebody with something they need or want Example: The deparment was extremely pleased with the service they received from the phone provide.
recur /rɪˈkɜːr/ (verb) to happen again or a number of times Example: The managers did not want that particular error to recur
reduction /rɪˈdʌkʃn/ (noun) an act of making something less or smaller; the state of being made less or smaller Example: The outlet store gave a 20 percent reduction in the price of the shelves and bookcases
stay on top of /steɪ ɑːn tɑːp əv/ (verb) Have the newest informatiion Example: In this industry, you must stay on top of current developments
stock /stɑːk/ (noun) a supply of goods that is available for sale in a shop Example: The employees stocked the shelves on a weekly basis