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business

noun [C or U] (SELLING)
 
 
/ˈbɪz.nɪs/
the activity of buying and selling goods and services, or a particular company that does this, or work you do to earn money
商業;生意;商務;公事;商業機構;公司;商店
My brother's in business.
我哥哥經商。
He's in the frozen food business.
他做冷凍食品生意。
The two brothers established/set up/started up a clothes retailing business.
兄弟倆開了家服裝零售商店。
Our firm does a lot of business with overseas customers.
我們公司與海外客戶的生意往來很多。
Eventually they found a consultant they felt they could do business with (= with whom they could work well).
最後他們找到了一個他們覺得可以與其愉快合作的顧問。
Currently, there are fewer firms in business (= operating) in the area than ever before.
目前在該地區經營的公司比以往任何時候都少。
This new tax will put a lot of small firms out of business (= they will stop operating).
這項新的稅收將導致許多小企業倒閉。
She set up in business (= started her own company) as a management consultant.
她自己開辦公司提供管理諮詢服務。
How is business (= Are you selling much) at the moment?
現在生意怎麽様?
Business is good/brisk/booming/flourishing (= I'm selling a lot).
生意興隆。
Business is bad/slack/quiet (= I'm not selling much).
生意清淡。
I'm in Baltimore on business.
我在巴爾的摩出差。
a business appointment
商務會面
Buying and selling in general
(Definition of business noun (SELLING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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