Business

Entertainment / Literature / Business: (also called stage business) The gestures, expressions, and general activity (beyond blocking) of actors on-stage. Usually, business is designed to illicit laughter. Such activity is often spontaneous, and may vary from performance to performance. Cf. Blocking, above.

Other Words for Business

Business Noun Synonyms: duty, function, occupation, calling, vocation, trade, profession, work, province, area, subject, topic, concern, affair, responsibility, role, charge, obligation
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Business Class

Life Style / Travel / Business Class: Created for the business traveler and cheaper than first class. It is located between first class and coach class. MORE

Small Business Administration

Business / Loan / Small Business Administration: Established by Congress, the SBA provides financial, technical and management assistance to help Americans start, run, and grow their businesses. MORE

Business Model

Entertainment / Video Games / Business Model: The manner in which a particular type of business earns its money. A game developer's business model might be (for instance) 'make games that make the publisher happy so they'll give us money.' A game MORE

Business Plan

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Business Plan: A document that provides relevant information about a company by outlining items such as the company’s business description, market or industry, management, competitors, future prospects and growth MORE

Business Credit Card

Business / Loan / Business Credit Card: An amount of money, which a business can borrow against at times it needs capital. Using a card accesses the money. MORE

Business Expenses

Business / Accounting / Business Expenses: Expenses that have been paid or incurred in the course of business and that are ordinary, necessary, and reasonable in amount. MORE

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