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English definition of “business sense”

business sense

noun
 
 
[U] an understanding of the ways in which business works successfully: From early in his career he demonstrated his natural business sense.
make (good) business sense if something makes good business sense, it will help a business to succeed: Investment in healthcare often makes good business sense. She argues that a flexible workforce makes business sense.
(Definition of business sense from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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