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English definition of “business centre”

business centre

noun [C] UK ( US business center)
 
 
WORKPLACE, COMMERCE a place where businesses can rent offices or rooms for meetings, events, etc.: We moved from a unit in a small business centre into our own premises.
WORKPLACE a room or area where you can work when you are away from your usual place of work: The hotel has a gym, a pool, and a business centre.
COMMERCE a city or town or part of a city or town in which there is a lot of business and financial activity: a regional/international business centre Singapore rivals Hong Kong as a regional business centre. The Marriott is in the heart of the city's business center.
(Definition of business centre from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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