Business

Business,

Definition of Business:

  1. Actions other than dialogue performed by actors.

  2. An organization or economic system where goods and services are exchanged for one another or for money.

    Every business requires some form of investment and enough customers to whom its output can be sold on a consistent basis in order to make a profit.

    Businesses can be privately owned, not-for-profit or state-owned. An example of a corporate business is PepsiCo, while a mom-and-pop catering business is a private enterprise.

  3. The practice of making ones living by engaging in commerce.

  4. A persons regular occupation, profession, or trade.

  5. An affair or series of events, typically a scandalous or discreditable one.

  6. A scolding; harsh verbal criticism.

Synonyms of Business

Aktiengesellschaft, Acting, Action, Activeness, Activism, Activity, Affair, Aktiebolag, Allegiance, Area, Art, Assigned task, Attempt, Balance of trade, Big business, Body corporate, Bounden duty, Buffoonery, Burden, Business dealings, Business establishment, Call of duty, Calling, Career, Career building, Careerism, Cartel, Chamber of commerce, Characterization, Charge, Combine, Commerce, Commercial, Commercial affairs, Commercial enterprise, Commercial relations, Commitment, Compagnie, Company, Concern, Concernment, Conglomerate, Conglomerate corporation, Consolidating company, Consortium, Contract, Copartnership, Corporate body, Corporation, Craft, Custom, Deal, Dealing, Dealings, Dedication, Deference, Devoir, Devotion, Dingus, Diversified corporation, Dofunny, Doing, Doings, Duties and responsibilities, Duty, Effort, Employment, Engagement, Enterprise, Establishment, Ethics, Fair trade, Fealty, Firm, Free trade, Function, Gadget, Gag, Game, Gizmo, Goings-on, Ham, Hammy acting, Handicraft, Hoke, Hokum, Holding company, Homage, Hootenanny, House, Imperative, Impersonation, Industrial, Industry, Intercourse, Interest, Issue, Jigger, Job, Joint-stock association, Joint-stock company, Lifework, Line, Line of business, Line of duty, Line of work, Lookout, Loyalty, Market, Marketing, Matter, Mercantile, Mercantile business, Merchant, Merchantry, Metier, Militancy, Mimesis, Mimicking, Mimicry, Miming, Mission, Motion, Movement, Multilateral trade, Mummery, Must, Mystery, Number, Obligation, Occasions, Occupation, Office, Onus, Operating company, Operation, Organization, Ought, Outfit, Overacting, Palaver, Pantomiming, Partnership, Patter, Performance, Performing, Personation, Place, Plan, Playacting, Playing, Plunderbund, Point, Political activism, Pool, Portrayal, Practice, Problem, Proceeding, Proceedings, Profession, Program, Project, Projection, Proposition, Proprietorship, Province, Public utility, Pursuit, Question, Racket, Reciprocal trade, Representation, Respect, Responsibility, Restraint of trade, Retail, Role, Self-imposed duty, Slapstick, Small business, Specialization, Specialty, Stage business, Stage directions, Stage presence, Stir, Stock company, Stunt, Subject, Syndicate, Taking a role, Task, The business world, The marketplace, Thing, Thingumajig, Topic, Trade, Trade association, Trading, Traffic, Transaction, Truck, Trust, Undertaking, Unilateral trade, Utility, Venture, Vocation, Walk, Walk of life, Wholesale, Work, Work, Line of work, Line, Occupation, Profession, Career, Employment, Job, Day job, Position, Pursuit, Vocation, Calling, Field, Sphere, Walk of life, Trade, Craft, Affair, Matter, Thing, Issue, Case, Set of circumstances, Circumstance, Situation, Occasion, Experience, Event, Incident, Happening, Occurrence, Phenomenon, Eventuality, Episode, Interlude, Adventure, Trade, Trading, Commerce, Buying and selling, Dealing, Traffic, Trafficking, Marketing, Merchandising, Bargaining

How to use Business in a sentence?

  1. She had to do a lot of smiling in her business.
  2. A piece of business.
  3. Fran quit her job in finance in order to start her own daycare business , because she believed she could use her skills in order to spend more time with her own children.
  4. The jewelry business.
  5. The business which opened recently downtown went bankrupt because it did not make enough income to supplement its needs, and therefore closed.
  6. The business was growing so quickly it was getting new customers faster than it could keep up with the orders coming in.

Meaning of Business & Business Definition