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Curso de Inglés para Marketing

Curso de Inglés para Marketing

Ana Karina González

Ana Karina González

Vocabulary: Product Perception

8/19
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My vocabulary notes:
On a scale from 1 to 10: General concept used for rating things, people, places, ideas, and so on. 10 often represent “best” or “perfect”.
Afford: Have enough money to pay for something.
Analytics: Information resulting from the analysis of data or statistics.
Data: Facts and statistics collected together for reference or analysis.
Marketing report: Document that reports on a product or service considering price level, demand and supply, nature of transaction and market trends.
Quantitative data: Information expressing a certain quantity, amount or range.
Qualitative data: Information about qualities that can’t actually be measured.
Introspective: To analyze by looking into one’s own self.
Leading question: Question that prompts or encourages the desired answer.
Questionnaire: Printed or written questions with a choice of answers, devised for the purposes of a survey or statistical study.
Name brand: A brand name that is widely known and usually has a good reputation.
Cognitive load: The total amount of mental effort being used in the working memory.
Interpret: To understand (an action, mood, or way of behaving) as having a particular meaning or significance.
Independent variable: A variable (often denoted by x) whose variation does not depend on that of another.
Dependent variable: A variable (often denoted by y) whose value depends on that of another.
Plot: To draw on a graph or map.
X and y axes: Lines that intersect horizontally and vertically through zero, so that a line can be measured.
Reference point: A basis or standard for evaluation, assessment, or comparison; a criterion.
Legend (on a map, chart, graph): Concise explanation of the symbols used in a chart, diagram, drawing, map, table, or graph.
Demographic breakdown: An analysis of a specific segment of a population having shared characteristics, such as age or income.
**Round off (round up, round down) numbers: **Approximating a number to make it simpler.
Back to the drawing board: Time to start from the start, to plan something over again.
Peak: Something at a highest point, either of a specified value or at a specified time.
Getting your feet wet: To initiate oneself or be initiated into something; have a first and testing experience of something.
Actionable insights: Information that enables an individual (or group) to make an informed decision derived by synthesizing vast amounts of data.

Vocabulary: Product Perception

1. on a scale from 1 to 10 (idiom). General concept used for rating things, people, places, ideas, and so on. 10 often represents “best” or "perfect"
2. afford (v.) Have enough money to pay for something
3. analytics (n.) Information resulting from the analysis of data or statistics
4. data (n.) Facts and statistics collected together for reference or analysis
5. marketing report (n.) Document that reports on a product or service considering price level, demand and supply, nature of transaction and market trends
6. quantitative data (n.) Information expressing a certain quantity, amount or range
7. qualitative data (n.) Information about qualities that can’t actually be measured
8. introspective (adj.) To analyze by looking into one’s own self
9. leading question (n.) Question that prompts or encourages the desired answer
10. questionnaire (n.) Printed or written questions with a choice of answers, devised for the purposes of a survey or statistical study
11. name brand (n.) A brand name that is widely known and usually has a good reputation
12. cognitive load (n.) The total amount of mental effort being used in the working memory
13. interpret (v.) To understand (an action, mood, or way of behaving) as having a particular meaning or significance
14. independent variable (n.) A variable (often denoted by x ) whose variation does not depend on that of another
15. dependent variable (n.) A variable (often denoted by y ) whose value depends on that of another
16. plot (v.) To draw on a graph or map
17. x and y axes (n.) Lines that intersect horizontally and vertically through zero, so that a line can be measured
18. reference point (n.) A basis or standard for evaluation, assessment, or comparison; a criterion
19. legend (on a map, chart, graph) (n.) Concise explanation of the symbols used in a chart, diagram, drawing, map, table, or graph
20. demographic breakdown (n.) An analysis of a specific segment of a population having shared characteristics, such as age or income
21. round off (round up, round down) numbers Approximating a number to make it more simple
22. back to the drawing board (idiom) Time to start from the start, to plan something over again
23. peak (n.) Something at a highest point, either of a specified value or at a specified time
24. getting your feet wet (idiom) To initiate oneself or be initiated into something; have a first and testing experience of something
25. actionable insights (n.) Information that enables an individual (or group) to make an informed decision derived by synthesizing vast amounts of data

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Glossary

    Afford = Permitirse
    Quantitative Data = Datos Cuantitativos
    Plot = Trama
    Introspective = Introspectiva

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