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business classnoun

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[U] TRANSPORT a ​type of ​airtravel that is more ​expensive and has better ​conditions than economyclass, or the ​part of a ​plane where ​people who have ​booked this ​type of ​travel sit: Most of the ​specialdeals on ​flights are for ​businessclass only. Complimentary drinks will be ​served to ​passengers in ​businessclass. business-class ​passengers/​seats/​tickets
[C] a set of ​classes or a ​course of ​study in which the ​principles or ​methods of ​business are taught: He got a ​promotion after taking ​businessclasses in the evening.
[C or U] MANAGEMENT the ​group of ​people within ​society who own or have important ​positions in ​companies: During the ​electioncampaign, the ​Republican Party ​lostsupport among the ​businessclass.

business classadverb

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TRANSPORT in businessclass: fly/travel business class I prefer to ​flybusinessclass.
(Definition of business class from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “business class”
in Chinese (Simplified) (乘坐)商务舱…
in Turkish uçakta daha pahalı ve iyi servis sunulan yer…
in Russian бизнес класс (в самолете)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (乘坐)商務艙…
in Polish klasa biznes(owa)…
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