assist /əˈsɪst/ (verb) to help somebody to do something Example: Bonnie hired a secretary to assist her with the many details of the event
coordinate /kəʊˈɔːrdɪneɪt/ (verb) to organize the different parts of an activity and the people involved in it so that it works well Example: Benet tried to coordinate all departments to make sure the event ran smoothly
dimension /daɪˈmenʃn/ (noun) a measurement in space, for example how high, wide or long something is Example: What are the dimensions of the ballroom?
exact /ɪɡˈzækt/ (adjective) correct in every detail Example: We will need an exact head count by noon tomorrow
general /ˈdʒenrəl/ (adjective) affecting all or most people, places or things Example: We have a general idea of how many guests will attend
ideally /aɪˈdiːəli/ (adverb) perfectly; in the most suitable way Example: Ideally, the location for the concert would have plenty of parking
lead time /liːd taɪm/ (noun) the time between starting and completing a production process; the time between placing an order and the item being delivered Example: The lead time for reservations is unrealistic
plan /plæn/ (noun) something that you intend to do or achieve Example: Planning their wedding was a source of tension for the young couple
proximity /prɑːkˈsɪməti/ (noun) the state of being near somebody/something in distance or time Example: The fans were worried by the proximity of the storm clouds
regulate /ˈreɡjuleɪt/ (verb) to control something by means of rules Example: The activities of credit companies are regulated by law.
site /saɪt/ (noun) a place where a building, town, etc. was, is or will be located Example: Once we saw the site, we knew it would be perfect for the event
stage /steɪdʒ/ (noun) a period or state that something/somebody passes through while developing or making progress Example: A historic house can be the perfect site to stage a small reception