30 of the most useful Business English terms and idioms

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to complete a task in a fast and careless way
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Cut corners
to start again from the beginning with a completely new idea
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Back to the drawing board
means that you are giving up on something
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Call it a day
the pace that an employee is set tasks and expected to complete them by
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Workflow
with someone is to talk to them, whether digitally or in person, usually briefly. It usually described keeping someone up-to-date with developments on something you are both working on
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Touch base
to get in contact with someone, usually a person who you do not know wel
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Reach out
to keep someone involved and updated about developments in a project
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Keep me in the loop
to explore it in more depth.
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Drill down into
This is very commonly seen in emails, and means “at the moment,”
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As of yet
just means “planning,” since all planning is for activities that will take place in the future.
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Forward planning
It means “when everything is taken into consideration,” and is used to signify that a speaker is giving their concluding statement on a matter. It can be exchanged for the word “ultimately,”
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At the end of the day
to take the initiative on something — which usually means embarking on a new task yourself, without waiting for your colleagues or boss to prompt you
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Proactive
proposals for specific actions to be taken
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Action points
to “do” it
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To action/ Actionable
get to the point without wasting time
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Cut to the chase
to get started on something; to begin making meaningful progress
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Get the ball rolling
to maintain any advantage you have gained over the competition. It is also sometimes used more generally to describe the need to work hard to avoid losing progress.
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Stay ahead of the curve
refers to the necessary research behind a good decision
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Due diligence
a method accepted to be the most effective means of doing something
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Best practice
to train
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Upskill
exciting”, “interesting” or “new”.
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Dynamic
to simplify the process, thereby getting rid of unnecessary work.
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Streamline
ensuring that different departments are working towards the same goals, and not accidentally working against each other, or doing similar tasks without sharing what they have learned
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Align
to put more effort into a task in order to gain a result which is even better than necessary
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Go the extra mile
to put more effort into a task in order to gain a result which is even better than necessary
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Expedite
a friendly expression for “at some point in the future
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Down the line
literally, to manage them on a micro level. To watch the details of their work too closely, instead of giving them the chance to get on with it and take responsibility themselves
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Micromanage
It is a more formal way to say “from now onwards"
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Going forward
is a gentle way of discussing employees being fired or made redundant
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Let go
it refers to the end of the working day
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Close of play
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from now onwards

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