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firm

noun [C]
 
 
/fɜːm/
WORKPLACE a company or business: The firm's share price has been rising steadily. The firm remains heavily dependent on North America, its biggest market.big/medium-sized/small firm Small and medium-sized firms accounted for 69.8% of the UK business population.leading/major/top firm He hired a top firm of architects and re-mortgaged the family home to finance the project.accounting/law/manufacturing, etc. firm Local manufacturing firms are under heavy competitive pressure, often from off-shore production.set up/start (up)/establish a firm Her grandfather had set up the firm soon after the war.run/manage a firm The firm was run from an office in Bolton. She joined the family firm soon after leaving school.
→  See also consulting , search firm
Traducciones de “firm”
en árabe شَرِكة…
en coreano 회사…
in Malaysian firma…
en francés firme…
en turco firma, şirket…
en italiano ditta, azienda…
en chino (tradicionál) 公司, 商號…
en ruso фирма…
en polaco firma…
in Vietnamese hãng, công ty…
en español empresa…
en portugués firma, empresa…
in Thai บริษัท…
en alemán die Firma…
en catalán firma…
en japonés 商店, 会社…
in Indonesian perusahaan…
en chino (simplificado) 公司, 商号…
(Definition of firm noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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