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1. Know-How

2. Kangaroo Court

3. kitchen cabinet

4. KN

5. Katie Couric Clause

6. Krugerrand Gold Coin

7. KAZ

8. key money

9. Kerosene Type Jet Fuel

10. Kangaroos

11. Klinger Oscillator

12. Kicker

13. Kerb Trading

14. known loss rule

15. killing

16. Kaizen

17. Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE)

18. Keyword

19. Kenyan Shilling

20. king post truss

21. kiln dry

22. KZ

23. Knowledge Robot

24. kick-out clause

25. kite-flying

26. knot hole

27. Korea Fund

28. kinetic energy

29. Kiasu

30. knock-out option

31. kilowatt hour

32. key switch

33. KES

34. Keyword Advertising

35. knock-on effect

36. king closer

37. knock-in option

38. Key Structure

39. kit home

40. Key Family

41. Know your customer

42. Kind-of-activity Unit Eurostat

43. KYD

44. kiln dried lumber

45. Korea Stock Exchange (kse)

46. Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLS) .KL

47. Kuala Lumpur Options and Financial Futures Exchange (KLOFFE)

48. kilocalorie

49. KILM

50. key man insurance

51. Kelley School Of Business - Indiana University

52. kilogram

53. KSA

54. Keenes cement

55. Key Ratio

56. Karl Albrecht

57. Knock-Off

58. KZT

59. key performance indicators

60. keyway

61. Kijun-Sen

62. keeper

63. Kidult

64. Kill or Fill

65. knock down

66. KE

67. Kicker Pattern

68. kitchenette

69. KGS

70. key employee insurance

71. Kyrgyzstani Som - KGS

72. Kindred

73. Knowbot

74. KCBT

75. key tenant

76. Kenney ratio

77. KPW

78. KR

79. king post

80. killer bee

81. Knowledge Worker

82. Korematsu V. United States (1944)

83. Korea Investment Corporation (KIC)

84. key reversal day

85. Key Statistical Concepts Used - MetaStore

86. kitchen sink bond

87. Keying

88. Keidanren

89. key person insurance

90. kangaroo bond

91. Kuala Lumpur Commodities Exchange (KLCE)

92. Keiretsu

93. Key Account

94. KOF Economic Barometer

95. Kynar coating

96. Kiwi

97. Kuwait Investment Authority

98. Krannert School of Management

99. knock-down texture

100. Know Your Client - KYC

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nounan act of becoming larger ExamplesThere have been several increases in tax or tax increases in the last few years. • There is an automatic 5 per cent increase in price or price increase on January 1st. • Profits showed a 10 per cent increase or an increase of 10 per cent on last year.Usageincrease in the cost of livinga rise in the annual cost of livinga higher salary Examplesincrease in pay or pay increase • The government hopes to hold salary increases to 3 per cent.Usageshe had two increases last yearher salary went up twiceverbto grow bigger or higher ExamplesProfits have increased faster than the increase in the rate of inflation. • Exports to Africa have increased by more than 25 per cent. • The price of oil has increased twice in the past week.Usageto increase in priceto cost moreUsageto increase in size or valueto become larger or more valuableto make something bigger or higherUsagethe company increased her salary to £50,000the company gave her a rise in salary to £50,000"...turnover has the potential to be increased to over 1 million dollars with energetic management and very little capital" [Australian Financial Review]"...competition is steadily increasing and could affect profit margins as the company tries to retain its market share" [Citizen (Ottawa)]

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