WORK

collocations, phrasal verbs, nouns, useful phrases

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WORK by Mind Map: WORK

1. Jobs

1.1. Health

1.1.1. Surgeon

1.1.2. Nurse

1.1.3. osteopath

1.1.3.1. kręgarz

1.1.4. Doctor

1.1.5. Midwife

1.1.5.1. A person, usually a woman, who is trained to assist women in childbirth

1.1.6. Dentist

1.1.6.1. dental surgeon

1.1.7. physiotherapist

1.1.8. chiropodist

1.1.8.1. pedikiurzysta/-tka

1.2. Child

1.2.1. Childminder

1.2.1.1. a person, who looks after a child, takes care of a child

1.2.2. Caretaker

1.3. Society

1.3.1. Taxi driver

1.3.2. Ambulance driver

1.3.3. Social worker

1.3.4. Police officer

1.3.5. Fire-fighter

1.4. Economy

1.4.1. Economist

1.4.2. Sales assistant

1.4.3. Cashier

1.4.4. bookmaker

1.4.4.1. bukmacher

1.4.4.2. a gambler who accepts and pays off bets

1.4.4.3. a person who edits, prints books

1.4.5. Sales representative

1.4.5.1. salesperson

1.4.6. Investment banker

1.4.7. broker

1.4.7.1. One that acts as an agent for others, as in negotiating contracts, purchases, or sales in return for a fee or commission

1.4.7.2. pośrednik handlowy

1.5. Education

1.5.1. Teacher

1.5.2. Librarian

1.5.3. University lecturer

1.5.4. Research scientist

1.6. Engineereing

1.6.1. Architect

1.6.2. Designer

1.6.3. Engineer

1.6.4. Plumber

1.6.5. Builder

1.7. Celebrities

1.7.1. Musician

1.7.2. Pop star

1.7.3. Footballer

1.8. Service

1.8.1. Pilot

1.8.2. Flight attendant

1.8.3. a driving instructor

1.8.4. Mechanic

1.8.5. Chef

1.8.6. Waiter/waitress

1.8.7. hairdresser

1.8.7.1. hair stylist

1.8.8. Cleaner

1.9. Adminstration

1.9.1. personnel officer

1.9.2. secretary

1.9.3. director

1.9.4. clerk

1.9.4.1. a worker, esp in an office, who keeps records, files, etc.

1.9.4.2. urzędnik

1.9.5. receptionist

1.10. Other

1.10.1. farmer

1.10.2. law

1.10.2.1. lawyer

1.10.2.2. solicitor

1.10.2.2.1. for documents - notariusz

1.10.2.2.2. the company solicitor - radca prawny firmy

1.10.2.3. barrister

1.10.2.3.1. obrońca/adwokat

1.10.3. vicar

1.10.3.1. priest

1.10.4. vet

2. Qualities & skills

2.1. leadership qualities

2.1.1. be good with figures

2.2. TEAM

2.2.1. work well in a team

2.2.2. be a team-player

2.2.3. be good with people

2.2.4. be a good listener

2.3. INDEPENDENT

2.3.1. be able to think on your feet

2.3.2. have an eye for detail

2.3.3. keep calm under pressure

2.3.4. have initiative

2.4. QUALITIES

2.4.1. be flexible

2.4.2. be self-motivated

2.4.3. be open-minded

2.4.4. be ambitious

2.4.5. be enthusiastic

2.4.6. be hard-working

3. Phrasal verbs

3.1. put off

3.1.1. to postpone

3.2. bring down

3.2.1. To cause to fall or collapse; to reduce

3.3. line up

3.3.1. To arrange in or form a line

3.3.2. To organize and make ready

3.4. lay off

3.4.1. laid off (past)

3.4.2. To terminate the employment of (a worker), especially temporarily

3.4.2.1. wypowiedzieć umowę z kims

3.4.3. to lay off somebody

3.5. turn up

3.5.1. show, to appear

3.6. cut back

3.6.1. to reduce, to decrease

3.7. switch off

3.7.1. to stop thinking about sth; to stop paying attention

3.8. branch out

3.8.1. to expand or extend one's interests

3.9. take over

3.9.1. To assume control, management, or responsibility

3.9.1.1. assume - przejąć

3.10. take on

3.10.1. to hire

3.10.2. To undertake or begin to handle

3.11. count on

3.11.1. rely on

4. Collocations

4.1. to take a tool on

4.1.1. to have a very bad effect on someone

4.1.2. ex. on our health

4.2. target

4.2.1. meet

4.2.2. achieve

4.3. leisure pursuit

4.3.1. a hobby

4.3.2. a pastime

4.3.3. things you do while you're not at work

4.4. covering letter

4.4.1. a letter sent along with other documents to provide additional information, explanation

4.5. career path

4.6. promotion prospects

4.7. claims form

4.7.1. a document to fill with certain information

4.8. travel expanses

4.8.1. reimburse

4.8.1.1. pay back

4.9. working conditions

4.10. goals

4.10.1. COMPLETE

4.11. human interaction

4.12. job description

4.13. trial period

4.13.1. permanent contract

4.13.2. full-time / half-time contract

4.13.3. to work on a commision

4.13.3.1. umowa na zlecenie

4.14. to clinch an important deal

4.14.1. sfinalizować umowę

4.15. sick pay

4.16. scheme

4.16.1. pension scheme

4.16.1.1. A sum of money paid regularly as a retirement benefit or by way of patronage.

4.16.2. benefit scheme

4.16.2.1. addition money, bonus for employees to their normal salaries

5. Word formation

5.1. WORK

5.1.1. workforce

5.1.2. workload

5.1.2.1. the amount of work

5.1.3. workplace

5.1.3.1. presenteeism

5.1.3.1.1. the act of staying in your workplace for a longer time than you're supposed to

5.2. PRODUCT

5.2.1. productivity (noun)

5.2.2. productive (adj)

5.3. INVEST

5.3.1. investment

5.3.2. investor

5.4. QUALIFY

5.4.1. qualifications

5.4.2. qualified

5.4.2.1. wykwalifikowany

5.4.3. qualifying (adj)

5.4.3.1. kwalifikacyjny

5.4.4. qualifier

5.5. EXPERT

5.5.1. expertise

5.5.2. expertly

5.5.2.1. umiejętnie, wprawnie

5.6. REPRESENT

5.6.1. representative (person)

5.6.2. representation (noun)

5.6.3. representational (adj)

5.7. ECONOMY

5.7.1. to economize

5.7.2. economic (adj)

5.7.3. economically (adv)

5.7.4. economist

5.8. CONSULT

5.8.1. consultancy

5.8.1.1. doradztwo

5.8.2. consultant

5.8.3. consultation

5.8.3.1. konsultacja

5.8.4. consultative

5.9. STREAM

5.9.1. streamlined

5.9.1.1. usprawniony

5.9.1.1.1. more efficient

5.9.1.2. zredukowany personel

5.9.2. streamlining

5.10. CLEAR

5.10.1. clarified

5.10.1.1. to clarify

5.10.2. clarification

6. Other

6.1. STRESS (effects)

6.1.1. stressful

6.1.2. insomnia

6.1.2.1. insomniac (person)

6.1.2.2. to suffer from insomnia

6.1.2.3. the inability to fall asleep which repeats for a period of time

6.1.3. anxiety

6.1.3.1. state of being worried, nervous

6.1.3.2. anxious (adj)

6.1.3.3. tension

6.1.3.3.1. tense

6.1.4. exhaustion

6.1.4.1. fatigue

6.1.5. pressure

6.1.6. burn-out (noun)

6.1.6.1. a state of extreme physical and mental tiredness caused by overwork

6.1.6.2. burn out (verb)

6.1.6.2.1. to become extremely tired

7. Fixed Phrases

7.1. satisfaction of a job well done

7.2. sense of achievement

7.3. JOB

7.3.1. to be in a dead-end job

7.3.2. to have a promising career ahead

7.3.3. to have a demanding job

7.3.4. to have a high-powered job

7.3.4.1. odpowiedzialny

7.4. LEAVE

7.4.1. to be ON maternity leave

7.4.2. to be ON sick leave

7.5. :(

7.5.1. to get the sack

7.5.2. to be made redundant

7.6. to be headhunted for

7.6.1. łowienie głów

7.6.2. zostać zrekrutowany

7.7. to be promoted to

7.8. WORK

7.8.1. to work nine-to-five

7.8.2. to work flexi-time