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Lesson 20 Slideshow. By: Gabriela Acebal Julia Toro Clarianne Moscoso Chris Arnold. Accrue v . To increase, accumulate, or come about as a result of growth. Arbiter. A person chosen to judge or decide a disputed issue; a person who has the power to judge at will. arbiter. Audit.

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Lesson 20 slideshow

Lesson 20 Slideshow

By:

Gabriela Acebal

Julia Toro

Clarianne Moscoso

Chris Arnold


Accrue v

Accruev.

  • To increase, accumulate, or come about as a result of growth.


Arbiter

Arbiter

  • A person chosen to judge or decide a disputed issue; a person who has the power to judge at will

arbiter


Audit

Audit

  • To examine, verify, or correct the financial accounts of; to attend a course without requesting or receiving academic credit


Cartel

Cartel

  • A group of independent businesses formed to control production, pricing, and marketing goods.


Collateral

Collateral

  • Property that is pledged as security for a loan if the loan is not repaid, the property is taken. Subordinate, Serving to support.


Commodity

Commodity

  • Someone or something valuable and useful. An item of trade or commerce, especially a mining product.


Conglomerate

Conglomerate

  • A corporation made up of a a number of companies that operate in different fields


Liquidate

Liquidate

  • To settle a debt, claim, or other obligations by selling property or goods; to convert assets into cash.

They went out of business due to debts.


Lucrative

Lucrative

  • Producing wealth; profitable.


Security

Security

  • A document showing ownership or something owed; something given as assurance of the fulfillment of an obligation


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