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What is the meaning of business in Hindi?

Meaning of business in Hindi is : हावभाव

Definition of word business

  • A specific commercial enterprise or establishment. (noun)
  • A person's occupation, work, or trade. (noun)
  • Commercial, industrial, or professional activity. (noun)
  • The volume or amount of commercial trade. (noun)
  • One's dealings; patronage. (noun)
  • Private commercial interests taken collectively. (noun)
  • The management of commercial enterprises, or the study of such management. (noun)
  • A particular situation or activity. (noun)
  • An objective or a matter needing to be dealt with. (noun)
  • Something involving one personally. (noun)
  • Matters that come before a body for deliberation or action. (noun)
  • Business class, the class of seating provided by airlines between first class and coach. (noun)
  • Action carried out with a prop or piece of clothing, usually away from the focus of the scene. (noun)
  • The collective noun for a group of ferrets. (noun)
  • Something very good; top quality. (possibly from "the bee's knees") (noun)
  • Excrement, particularly that of a non-human animal. (noun)
  • Of, to, pertaining to or utilized for purposes of conducting trade, commerce, governance, advocacy or other professional purposes. (adjective)
  • Professional, businesslike, having concern for good business practice. (adjective)
  • Supporting business, conducive to the conduct of business. (adjective)

Examples of word business

  • Follow the latest business news, comment and analysis on Twitter jilltreanor: Quite astonishing that the banks are not compelled to provide details of their own lending commitments under Project Merlin #business about 13 hours, 46 minutes ago jilltreanor: There is nothing in Project Merlin that appears to "force" banks to lend.
  • He started in again about business, without explaining exactly _what _business he was in.
  • I understand that companies that have losing business models often find it more profitable to invest outside of their business**, but GM seems to have found the only investment on the planet worse than their own stock.
  • The ­secrets of business, he said, were to be found in ­history, literature and the classic ruminations on life and existence, not in the half-baked ramblings of ­business academics, consultants and “gurus.”
  • Virgil Thomson wrote crushingly of "Porgy and Bess" that "it is clear, by now, that Gershwin hasn't learned the business of being a serious composer, which one has ­always gathered to be the ­business he wanted to learn," though Thomson spoke more kindly of him off the record.


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