Inventory

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adjustment
adjustment /əˈdʒʌstmənt/
(n) a small change made to something in order to correct or improve it
Example: I've made a few adjustments to the design.


automatically
automatically /ˌɔːtəˈmætɪkli/
(adv) having controls that work without needing a person to operate them
Example: The door opens automatically


crucial
crucial /ˈkruːʃl/
(adj) extremely important, because it will affect other things
Example: Inventory is a crucial process and must be taken seriously by all staff


discrepancy
discrepancy /dɪˈskrepənsi/
(n) a difference between two or more things that should be the same
Example: We easily explained the discrepancy between the two counts


disturb
disturb /dɪˈstɜːb/
(v) to interrupt somebody when they are trying to work
Example: Let's see how many products we can count in advance of inventory so we disturb fewer customers


liability
liability /ˌlaɪəˈbɪləti/
(n) the state of being legally responsible for something
Example: The slippery steps were a terrible liability for the store


reflection
reflection /rɪˈflekʃn/
(n) a sign that shows the state or nature of something
Example: She saw her reflection in the mirror


run
run /rʌn/
(v) to operate or function; to make something do this
Example: As long as the computer is running, you can keep adding new data


scan
scan /skæn/
(v) to look at every part of something carefully, especially because you are looking for a particular thing or person
Example: She scanned through the newspaper over breakfast.


subtract
subtract /səbˈtrækt/
(v) to take a number or an amount away from another number or amount
Example: Once you ring up an item, the computer automatically subtracts it from the inventory log


tedious
tedious /ˈtiːdiəs/
(adj) lasting or taking too long and not interesting
Example: Counting merchandise all weekend is the most tedious job I can imagine


verify
verify /ˈverɪfaɪ/
(v) to check that something is true or accurate
Example: We have no way of verifying his story