Oral Reprimand

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Oral Reprimand: A verbal warning given to an employee by a manager or supervisor as a means of correcting inappropriate behavior or conduct.

Other Words for Oral

Oral Noun Synonyms: spoken, said, verbal, uttered, voiced, vocal, vocalized, enunciated, pronounced, articulated, word-of-mouth, viva voce
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Other Words for Reprimand

Reprimand Verb Synonyms: scold, chide, reprove, rebuke, admonish, upbraid, castigate, reproach, berate, lecture, censure, criticize, find fault with, attack, flay (alive), reprehend, read (someone) the riot act, slap on the wrist, rap over the knuckles, take to task, bawl
Reprimand Adjective Synonyms: scolding, reproof, rebuke, admonition, upbraiding, castigation, reproach, lecture, censure, criticism, disapproval, remonstrance, remonstration, reprehension, tongue-lashing, dressing-down, talking-to, telling-off, ticking-off, rap over or on the k
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Oral Stage

Science / Psychiatry / Oral Stage: The earliest of the stages of infantile psychosexual development, lasting from birth to 12 months or longer. Usually subdivided into two stages: the oral erotic, relating to the pleasurable experience MORE

Oral Surgery

Health / Dentistry / Oral Surgery: The removal of teeth and the repair and treatment of other oral problems, such as tumors and fractures. MORE

Oral Toxicity

Business / Agriculture / Oral Toxicity: Ability of a chemical to cause injury when ingested by mouth. MORE

Oral Tradition

Entertainment / Music / Oral Tradition: Music that is transmitted by example or imitation and performed from memory. MORE

Oral Reprimand

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Oral Reprimand: A verbal warning given to an employee by a manager or supervisor as a means of correcting inappropriate behavior or conduct. MORE

Oral Implant

Health / Dentistry / Oral Implant: A device or inert substance, biologic or alloplastic, that is surgically inserted into soft or hard tissues, to be used for functional or cosmetic purposes. MORE

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