e-Xplore Words
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N [O] P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0-9
Word Description

objectionable  adj

unpleasant; causing disapproval or protest

objective  n

aim, goal

to obscure  v

to shade, to dim out; to make less visible

to obtain  v

1. to get
2. to come into possession of sth, eg by buying it

occasion  n

case, instance, reason

off-hook  adj

the state of a telephone line that allows dialling and transmission but prohibits incoming calls from being answered

offsite  adj

at another place


online transaction processing

to onboard customers  

to attract and acquire new customers, or to get them aboard

ongoing  adj

continuing to consist or progress

onslaught  n


operator  n

an agent that operates some apparatus or machine; "the operator of the switchboard"

to orchestrate  v

to organise, coordinate and direct a complex undertaking

orchestration  n

an arrangement of events that attempts to achieve a maximum effect

ordinary operations  n

common business activities

OSI  n

Open Source Initiative

to outdo  v

to do better than sb/sth, to be or do sth to a greater degree

to outgrow (outgrew, outgrown)  v

to leave sth behind; to grow bigger than sth/so

outline  n

the trace of a shape, the line that appears to bound an object

to outsource  v

1. to hire another company to do a task
2. to obtain goods or services from an outside supplier; to contract work out

oval  n

ellipse, a closed plane curve resulting from the intersection of a circular cone and a plane cutting completely through it

to be over the top  v

to be exaggerated

overhead  n

regular cost of workload

overhead power line  n

cable used to distribute electricity located above ground

to overlap  v

to extend over sth and cover a part of it

overlarge  adj

too large

overly  adv