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Translation of "business" - English-Spanish dictionary

business

noun   /ˈbɪz·nɪs/
A1 [no plural] the buying and selling of goods or services negocios We do a lot of business with China.
A2 an organization that sells goods or services empresa He runs a small cleaning business.
B1 [no plural] work that is part of your job trabajo a business trip/lunch
be none of someone’s business
to be something private that another person should not be interested in no ser asunto de alguien
mind your own business!
used to rudely tell someone that a subject is private and they should not ask you about it no te metas en mis asuntos
(Definition of business from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

business

noun /ˈbiznis/
occupation; buying and selling negocio Selling china is my business The shop/store does more business at Christmas than at any other time.
a shop, a firm negocio, empresa He owns his own business.
concern asunto 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 formal, profesional He adopted a businesslike approach to the problem She is very businesslike.
businessman noun ( feminine businesswoman, plural businessmen, businesswomen)
a person who makes a living from some form of trade or commerce, not from one of the professions hombre de negocios, empresario; mujer de negocios, empresaria a management training school for local businessmen.
on business
in the process of doing business or something official en viaje de negocios; de servicio She often has to travel abroad on business.
(Definition of business from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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