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Definition of “firm” - Learner’s Dictionary

firm

noun [C]     /fɜːm/
B1 a company that sells goods or services: a law firmBusinesses and enterprises
Translations of “firm”
in Arabic شَرِكة…
in Korean 회사…
in Malaysian firma…
in French firme…
in Turkish firma, şirket…
in Italian ditta, azienda…
in Chinese (Traditional) 公司, 商號…
in Russian фирма…
in Polish firma…
in Vietnamese hãng, công ty…
in Spanish empresa…
in Portuguese firma, empresa…
in Thai บริษัท…
in German die Firma…
in Catalan firma…
in Japanese 商店, 会社…
in Indonesian perusahaan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 公司, 商号…
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