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Translation of "business" - English-German dictionary

business

noun /ˈbiznis/
occupation; buying and selling das Geschäft Selling china is my business The shop does more business at Christmas than at any other time.
a shop, a firm das Geschäft He owns his own business.
concern die Angelegenheit Make it your business to help him Let’s get down to business (= Let’s start the work etc that must be done).
businesslike adjective
practical; alert and prompt geschäftsmäßig He adopted a businesslike approach to the problem She is very businesslike.
businessman noun ( feminine businesswoman)
a person who makes a living from some form of trade or commerce, not from one of the professions. der/die Geschäftsmann/-frau
on business
in the process of doing business or something official. geschäftlich She often has to travel abroad on business.
(Definition of business from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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