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branch out

phrasal verb with branch uk   /brɑːntʃ/  us   /bræntʃ/ verb [I]
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"branch out" in American English

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branch out

phrasal verb with branch  us   /bræntʃ/ verb [I]
to do something that is related to what you have done in the past but that takes you in a new direction: The clothing manufacturer recently branched out into children’s wear.
(Definition of branch out from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"branch out" in Business English

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branch out

phrasal verb with branch uk   us   /brɑːnʃ/ verb
to start a business activity or a job that is different from your usual activity or job: As well as looking after their film production company, the couple have branched out and launched their own furniture business.branch out into sth It was the first ad company to branch out into marketing services in a big way.
(Definition of branch out from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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