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bail a company out to give some financial assistance to a company so that this company can continue operating
Why do you say that your insurance company is better than the other insurance companies?
B Our company has been operating since 1845, and it has never been bailed out. This shows how stable our company is.


cut costs a step taken in order to lower, or cut the expenses
I saw James taking inventories this morning. That’s Jake’s job, not his.
B Well…Jake has been laid off, and his tasks have been assigned to James. We are cutting costs.


dissolve (a company) to end, to close down
absorb (a company) to end, to close down
Our school is on the verge of bankruptcy. I don’t want to let it go, I think it’s better to merge it with a bigger school.
B I think that’s a good idea. The bigger school can absorb our employees. We will not have full control of the operations, but at least, the school won’t be dissolved.


being sent to
Are you working overtime again, John?
B I have to. We have a big project and as you know, I am being sent to our Manila office next week, and I want to finish this project before I leave.


run out of supplies use up all supplies
We have run out of supplies. We have no more staple wires, paper clips, and other office supplies.
B Why don't you call our supplier and order some?


impressive awesome
So, what do you think of our new office?
B It’s not so impressive from the outside, but I like its interior. It’s cozy. I like the furniture as well.


compensation package salary and other employment benefits given to an employee
Have you heard about the latest news circulating in the office?
B No, I always work overtime that’s why I haven’t had the chance to chat with anybody until now. What is it about?
Mr. Erik from the Accounting department is resigning soon. The rival company headhunted him and offered him a more attractive compensation package.


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