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Business Meaning in Bengali. Business শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Business meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Business".

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Business বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Business in English? What does Business mean? What is another word for Business? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: busine, business, business analyst, business analysts, business asset, business assets, business card, business cards, business cycle, business directories,

Business Example in a sentence

Business Example in a sentence:

Example Sentences for business

Harriet's climbing was not so rapid as to make her dizzy; but business was coming.

He'd build it for the farmer and have some business sense about it.

The idea of your bein' troubled all this time by that snorin' business or whatever 'tis.

Aw, I'll help you, Mr. Manning, but I won't tell you other people's business.

"Doane gone to San Francisco on business of the firm," it said.

Is this an intelligent group of men, these farmers and business men?

A tumbler had no business with a family, but what was a man going to do?

My business is not the history of the peace, but the life of Prior.

The handling of forests is a business just as the growing of corn is a business.

If his business did not call him north at once, he should sail with us the next morning.

Business History and Origin

History of: Business

Word Origin & History

business O.E. bisignes (Northumbrian) "care, anxiety, occupation," from bisig "careful, anxious, busy, occupied, diligent" (see busy) + -ness. Sense of "work, occupation" is first recorded late 14c. Sense of "trade, commercial engagements" is first attested 1727. Modern two-syllable pronunciation is 17c. Business card first attested 1840; business letter from 1766.

Business Synonyms

field work employment trade function dodge livelihood career specialty calling bag game craft pursuit racket line vocation occupation métier biz what one is into

Business Definition

noun
1.
an occupation, profession, or trade:
His business is poultry farming.
2.
the purchase and sale of goods in an attempt to make a profit.
3.
a person, partnership, or corporation engaged in commerce, manufacturing, or a service; profit-seeking enterprise or concern.
4.
volume of trade; patronage:
Most of the store's business comes from local families.
5.
a building or site where commercial work is carried on, as a factory, store, or office; place of work:
His business is on the corner of Broadway and Elm Street.
6.
that with which a person is principally and seriously concerned:
Words are a writer's business.
7.
something with which a person is rightfully concerned:
What they are doing is none of my business.
8.
affair; project:
We were exasperated by the whole business.
9.
an assignment or task; chore:
It's your business to wash the dishes now.
10.
Also called piece of business, stage business. Theater. a movement or gesture, especially a minor one, used by an actor to give expressiveness, drama, detail, etc., to a scene or to help portray a character.
11.
excrement: used as a euphemism.
adjective
12.
of, noting, or pertaining to business, its organization, or its procedures.
13.
containing, suitable for, or welcoming business or commerce:
New York is a good business town.
Idioms
14.
business is business, profit has precedence over personal considerations:
He is reluctant to fire his friend, but business is business.
15.
do one's business, (usually of an animal or child) to defecate or urinate:
housebreaking a puppy to do his business outdoors.
16.
get down to business, to apply oneself to serious matters; concentrate on work:
They finally got down to business and signed the contract.
17.
give someone the business, Informal.
  1. to make difficulties for someone; treat harshly:
    Instead of a straight answer they give him the business with a needless run-around.
  2. to scold severely; give a tongue-lashing to:
    The passengers will give the bus driver the business if he keeps driving so recklessly.
18.
have no business, to have no right:
You have no business coming into this house.
19.
mean business, to propose to take action or be serious in intent; be in earnest:
By the fire in his eye we knew that he meant business.
20.
mind one's own business, to refrain from meddling in the affairs of others:
When he inquired about the noise coming from the neighbor's apartment, he was told to mind his own business.

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