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Spanish translation of “enterprise”

enterprise

noun /ˈentəpraiz/
something that is attempted or undertaken (especially if it requires boldness or courage)
empresa
business enterprises a completely new enterprise.
willingness to try new lines of action
iniciativa
We need someone with enterprise and enthusiasm.
enterprising adjective (opposite unenterprising) full of enterprise; adventurous.
emprendedor
enterprise culture noun (business) a society or belief that encourages people to start new businesses.
cultura empresarial
enterprise zone noun (business) an area, especially an economically depressed one, in which businesses are offered incentives, such as tax concessions, by the government in order to encourage investment and attract new industries.
zona empresarial
(Definition of enterprise from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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