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Meaning of “enterprise” - Learner’s Dictionary

enterprise

noun     /ˈentəpraɪz/
BUSINESS [C]
a business or organization: a state-owned enterpriseBusinesses and enterprises
PLAN [C]
a difficult and important plan: Putting on the concert will be a joint enterprise between the two schools.Plans and arrangements
QUALITY [U]
the quality of being enthusiastic and willing to do new and clever things, although there are risks involved: The venture shows imagination and enterprise. →  See also free enterprise Bravery
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