How to Find Business Ideas – The Ultimate Guide

  • frustrated /frʌˈstreɪtɪd $ ˈfrʌstreɪtɪd/ feeling annoyed, upset, and impatient, because you cannot control or change a situation, or achieve something
  • He gets frustrated when people don’t understand what he’s trying to say.
  • plain /pleɪn/ very clear, and easy to understand or recognize SYN obvious
  • It was plain that Giles was not going to agree.
  • countless /ˈkaʊntləs/ too many to be counted
  • a famous film clip which has been shown countless times
  • in essence / used when talking about the most basic and important part of something, especially an idea, belief, or argument
  • In essence his message was very simple.
  • frustration /frʌˈstreɪʃən/ the feeling of being annoyed, upset, or impatient, because you cannot control or change a situation, or achieve something
  • People often feel a sense of frustration that they are not being promoted quickly enough.
  • opportunity /ˌɒpəˈtjuːnəti $ ˌɑːpərˈtuː-/ a chance to do something or an occasion when it is easy for you to do something
  • a rare opportunity to see inside this historic building
  • surrounding /səˈraʊndɪŋ/ near or around a particular place SYN nearby
  • Troops sealed off the surrounding area.
  • entrepreneur /ˌɒntrəprəˈnɜː $ ˌɑːntrəprəˈnɜːr/ someone who starts a new business or arranges business deals in order to make money, often in a way that involves financial risks
  • Being an entrepreneur is a way of fulfilling your creative potential.
  • dumb /dʌm/ stupid
  • What a dumb question.
  • crap /kræp/ something that is very bad or is of bad quality SYN rubbish
  • They sell a lot of stuff cheap, but most of it is crap.
  • realtor /ˈrɪəltə, -tɔː $ -ər, -ɔːr/ a real estate agent
  • We contacted a realtor, Anne Sanford, and told her we wanted to live on a lake.
  • client /ˈklaɪənt/ someone who gets services or advice from a professional person, company, or organization SYN customer
  • a meeting with an important client

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