Noun: бизнес компания дело предприятие
Adjective: деловой служебный практический


illegal business which is worth billions of dollars - незаконный бизнес, с оборотом в миллиарды долларов

unfinished business - незавершённое дело

business contacts - деловые контакты

the business of the day / meeting - повестка дня

small business - малый бизнес

show business - шоу-бизнес, индустрия развлечений

travel business - туристический бизнес

retail business - розничная торговля

wholesale business - оптовая торговля

business undertaking - коммерческое предприятие

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I'm here on business. - Я здесь по делам.

I am full of business. - Я весь в делах.

It's nobody's business. - Это никого не касается.

It's your own business. - Это ваше личное дело.

Mind your own business! - Не вмешивайся в чужие дела! / Не лезь не в своё дело!

How is business? - Как идёт бизнес? / Как идут дела? / Как работа? / Как торговля?

It's none of your business. - Это не твоё дело.

Mind your own business. - Занимайся своим делом.

It's time to get down to business. - Настало время заняться делом.

You had no business to do it. - Вы не имели права это делать.

What line of business is he in? - Какой сферой деятельности он занимается?

I never read the business pages. - Я никогда не читаю деловые новости.

We often talk business. - Мы часто говорим о делах.

Paul travels a lot on business. - Пол много путешествует по делам.

Teach me how to run the business. - Научи меня вести дела.

You know nothing of this business. - Вы ничего не смыслите в этом бизнесе.

The business collapsed. - Бизнес развалился.

The business did not pan out. - Дело не выгорело, не удалось.

Business is brisk at the store. - Торговля в магазине идёт бойко.

The business folded up last week. - Предприятие на прошлой неделе прекратило существование.

She often goes abroad on business. - Она часто ездит за границу по делам.

His business is growing very fast. - Его фирма быстро набирает обороты.

American Business Center - Американский бизнес-центр

Bigtime sports is a business. - Большой спорт — это бизнес.

the layout of a business letter - макет делового письма

He hopes his business will prosper. - Он надеется, что его бизнес будет процветать.

the guts of a business deal - основная суть сделки

American Business Initiative - Американская бизнес-инициатива

Small Business Administration - Управление по делам малого бизнеса (в США)

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Связанные термины:

do business: If two people or companies do business with each other, one sells goods or services to the other.

e-business: An e-business is a business which uses the internet to sell goods or services, especially one which does not also have shops or offices that people can visit or phone.

big business: Big business is business which involves very large companies and very large sums of money .

business card: A person's business card or their card is a small card which they give to other people, and which has their name and details of their job and company printed on it.

business case: The case for or against a plan or idea consists of the facts and reasons used to support it or oppose it.

business end: The business end of a tool or weapon is the end of it which does the work or causes damage rather than the end that you hold .

business idea: An idea is a plan, suggestion, or possible course of action.

business park: an area specially designated and landscaped to accommodate business offices, warehouses, light industry, etc

business plan: A business plan is a detailed plan for setting up or developing a business, especially one that is written in order to borrow money.

business suit: a formal suit suitable for wearing to work

business trip: a journey made somewhere and back again for business purposes in one's working capacity

core business: the business activity that is main source of a company's profits and success, usually the activity that the company was originally set up to carry out

mean business: to be serious and determined about what you are doing

new business: New business is the number of new policies that are written by an insurance company in a particular period .

show business: Show business is the entertainment industry of film, theatre, and television.

the business: If you say that someone or something is the business, you mean that they are the best of their kind .

business acumen: Acumen is the ability to make good judgments and quick decisions .

business agent: a representative of a labor union local, who investigates working conditions, negotiates contracts, etc.

business angel: A business angel is a person who gives financial support to a commercial venture and receives a share of any profits from it, but who does not expect to be involved in its management .

business casual: a style of casual clothing worn by businesspeople at work instead of more formal attire

business center: A business center is a room in a hotel with facilities such as computers and a fax machine, that allows guests to work while they are staying at the hotel.

business centre: a place providing office facilities and services

business class: Business class seating on an aeroplane costs less than first class but more than economy class.

business cycle: the recurrent fluctuation between boom and depression in the economic activity of a capitalist country

business hours: Business hours are the hours of the day in which a shop or a company is open for business.

business lunch: a lunch at which business is discussed or transacted

business model: A model is a system that is being used and that people might want to copy in order to achieve similar results.

business office: the office where the financial transactions, bookkeeping, etc. for a firm or institution are carried on

business person: Business people are people who work in business.

business school: A business school is a school or college which teaches business subjects such as economics and management .

business women: a woman engaged in commercial or industrial business, esp as an owner or executive

family business: a business that belongs to a family, and in which family members work

funny business: Funny business is dishonest or unacceptable behaviour.

monkey business: dishonest or unacceptable behaviour

retail business: a firm which sells goods to individual customers

stage business: a trade or profession

be in business: A company that is in business is operating and trading .

business account: a bank account or type of bank account used for business transactions rather than personal ones

business college: a college providing courses in secretarial studies, business management, accounting, commerce, etc

business education: education for general knowledge of business practices

business envelope: an envelope into which standard-size (8 1 ⁄ 2 ″ × 11″) letterhead stationery can be put with only two folds

business expense: an amount of money spent in order to carry out one's work and which can be reclaimed and borne by the business

business leaders: The leader of a group of people or an organization is the person who is in control of it or in charge of it.

business machine: a machine for expediting clerical work, as a computer or adding machine

business manager: a person who ensures the running of a business by managing the work of relevant staff

business meeting: A meeting is an event in which a group of people come together to discuss things or make decisions .

business partner: The partners in a firm or business are the people who share the ownership of it.

business studies: an academic subject that embraces areas such as accounting, marketing and economics

fashion business: the business dealing with style in clothes, cosmetics, behaviour, etc, esp the latest or most admired style

lifestyle business: a small business in which the owner is more anxious to pursue interests that reflect his or her lifestyle than to make more than a comfortable living

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Однокоренные слова:

businesslike - деловой, деловитый, практичный

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