English → English - business

n. commerce, trade; matter; movements and gestures by actors in a play
adj. of business, of commerce, of trade
n. business, commerce, trade

English → Spanish - business

s. negocio, comercio, negocios; casa, compañía, empresa de negocios; asunto, cuestión; profesión, ocupación
adj. comercial

English → French - business

n. affaire; besogne; activité; métier; commerce; entreprise; les affaires; jeux de scène (Théâtre, Cinéma)
adj. commercial, d'affaires; de bureau, de travail

English → German - business

n. Geschäft, Unternehmen, Betrieb; Beschäftigung; Sache; Angelegenheit; Bewegungen und Gesichtsausdrücke in einem Theaterstück
adj. geschäftlich

English → Indonesian - business

n. perusahaan, urusan, perkara, kewajiban, tugas, usaha, bisnis

English → Italian - business

s. lavoro, occupazione, mestiere, attività; affari, commercio; ditta, azienda, impresa, compagnia; sede, uffici; negozio, rivendita; fabbrica; affare, fatti; compito, dovere; faccenda, storia; fatica
agg. di affari, affaristico; commerciale

English → Polish - business

n. sprawa, rzecz, interes, biznes, handel, przedsiębiorstwo, firma, kupiectwo, fach, rzemiosło, historia, ruchliwość
a. handlowy, służbowy, urzędowy

English → Portuguese - business

s. negócios; assunto; comércio; profissão; local de trabalho
adj. negociável

English → Romanian - business

n. afacere, tranzacţie, negustorie, activitate comercială, afaceri, daraveră, activitate, ocupaţiune, ocupaţie, treabă, lucru, chestiune, chestie, datorie, obligaţie, gheşeft, îndeletnicire, nevoie, târg, tocmeală, alişveriş
a. comercial

English → Russian - business

с. дело, занятие, профессия; обязанность; право; коммерческая деятельность, бизнес, торговое предприятие; фирма; сделка
прил. деловой, практический

English → Turkish - business

i. faaliyet, iş, görev, alım satım, ticaret, ticarethane, firma, işyeri, konu, mesele

English → Ukrainian - business

n. бізнес, заняття: постійне заняття, робота, обов'язок, торгівля, справа, відносини, діло, зайнятість

French → English - business

(m) n. business, commerce

German → English - business

adj. of business, of commerce, of trade

Italian → English - business

n. transaction, negotiation, business deal

English → Dutch - business

zn. zaken, handel; bedrijf, zaak; werk; aangelegenheid; beweging en uitdrukking bij opvoering
bn. zakelijk,van bedrijf

English → Greek - business

ουσ. εργασία, δουλειά, ενασχόληση, εμπόριο, επιχείρηση, υπόθεση

French → Russian - business

n. предпринимательство (m)

German → Russian - business

n. бизнес (n)

German → Turkish - business

i. iş (n)

English → Arabic - business

‏قضية، عمل، تجارة، متاجرة، مهمة، مشروع تجاري، حركة، شأن، مهنة‏

English → Chinese - business

(名) 生意, 业务, 事情

English → Chinese - business

(名) 生意, 業務, 事情

English → Hindi - business

n. कार्य, व्यापार, व्यवसाय, सरोकार, रोज़गार, पेशा

English → Japanese - business

(形) 商業上の
(名) 仕事; 職業; 事業; 用事; やるべきこと; 商売; 口出しすべきこと

English → Korean - business

명. 업무, 영업, 거래; 일; 연극에서 몸짓, 행동
형. 사업상의, 업무의, 영업의

English → Vietnamese - business

n. công việc, buôn bán, kinh doanh, thương mải, nghề nghiệp, vai trò, việc làm

German → Chinese - business


Definition of business

I was left my father's business.
2. A person's occupation, work, or trade.
He is in the motor business.
I'm going to Las Vegas on business.
3. Commercial, industrial, or professional activity.
He's such a poor cook, I can't believe he's still in business!
We do business all over the world.
4. The volume or amount of commercial trade.
Business has been slow lately.
They did nearly a million dollars of business over the long weekend.
5. One's dealings; patronage.
I shall take my business elsewhere.
6. Private commercial interests taken collectively.
This proposal will satisfy both business and labor.
7. The management of commercial enterprises, or the study of such management.
I studied business at Harvard.
8. A particular situation or activity.
This UFO stuff is a mighty strange business.
9. An objective or a matter needing to be dealt with.
Our principal business here is to get drunk.
Let's get down to business.
10. Something involving one personally.
That's none of your business.
11. Matters that come before a body for deliberation or action.
If that concludes the announcements, we'll move on to new business.
12. Business class, the class of seating provided by airlines between first class and coach.
13. Action carried out with a prop or piece of clothing, usually away from the focus of the scene.
14. The collective noun for a group of ferrets.
15. Something very good; top quality. (possibly from "the bee's knees")
These new phones are the business!
16. Excrement, particularly that of a non-human animal.
Your ferret left his business all over the floor.
As the cart went by, its horse lifted its tail and did its business.
17. Of, to, pertaining to or utilized for purposes of conducting trade, commerce, governance, advocacy or other professional purposes.
"Please do not use this phone for personal calls; it is a business phone."
18. Professional, businesslike, having concern for good business practice.
19. Supporting business, conducive to the conduct of business.
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