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business

noun [U] (THINGS YOU DO) 所做的事情     /ˈbɪz.nɪs/
the things that you do or the matters which relate only to you 事情;个人事务 I got on with the business of filling in the form. 我继续填表格。 What she does with her life is her business. 她如何生活是她自己的事。 Topics and areas of interest
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