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businesslikeadjective

 us   /ˈbɪz·nəsˌlɑɪk, -nəz-/
happening in a way that is ​practical and ​effective and is not ​personal, or ​typical of ​business: We ​hope the ​meeting can be ​conducted in a businesslike way, without a lot of ​emotionalstatements.
(Definition of businesslike from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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businesslikeadjective

uk   us   /ˈbɪznɪslaɪk/
getting things done in a quick and practical way: The ​meetings were very businesslike. She had a ​brisk and businesslike manner.
suitable for a ​place of ​business: We ​work in a ​casual yet businesslike ​environment. To ​design a simple, ​professionalletterhead, ​pick an attractive, businesslike ​font and use it to ​center your ​name and ​address at the ​top.
(Definition of businesslike from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “businesslike”
in Chinese (Simplified) 井然有序的, 效率高的, 讲求实际的…
in Turkish iş becerir, becerikli, sistemli…
in Russian деловой…
in Chinese (Traditional) 井然有序的, 效率高的, 講求實際的…
in Polish profesjonalny, konkretny…
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