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MBA

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌembiːˈeɪ/
abbreviation for Master of Business Administration: an advanced degree in business, or a person who has one: do/take an MBA I'm going to take a year's break from work to do an MBA.have/hold an MBA Most of our managers have MBAs.an MBA in sth She holds an MBA in International Business. gain/obtain/get an MBA He's an MBA from the London School of Economics.
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