Expediteto speed up or accelerate the progress of something, typically a task.

e.g. usage

1.We need to expedite the approval process for the new project proposal to meet the client’s tight deadline.

2.Could you please expedite the resolution of the ticket I raised for
software installation? We have an upcoming project deadline and…… .


Pragmatic- dealing with issues in a practical, realistic, and sensible way,
focusing on practical solutions and achievable outcomes rather than
theoretical ideals

e.g usage

1.The manager’s pragmatic decision to extend the project deadline allowed
the team to address unforeseen challenges without compromising on

2. We need to think pragmaticallywe need to think pragmatically on the timelines

Grapple-to fight, especially in order to win something.

e.g usage

  1. As a company, we are grappling with the changing regulatory landscape, and compliance is our top priority.
  2. We understand that many employees are grappling with the transition to remote work, and we are here to support you.
  3. The sales team is grappling with a competitive market, but they are confident in their ability to secure new clients.

Get the hang of (something)- to become familiar with or understand how to do something, especially after practice or experience

  1. It may take some time, but with practice, you’ll get the hang of using the new project management software.
  2. Don’t worry if you’re struggling at first; you’ll get the hang of our internal processes soon.
  3. After attending a few client meetings, you’ll quickly get the hang of how to handle their specific requests.

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