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Busied

ˈbɪz.i

Meanings of Busied:

verb

Keep oneself occupied.

Usage examples:

She busied herself with her new home
adjective

Having a great deal to do.

Usage examples:

He had been too busy to enjoy himself
noun

A police officer.

Usage examples:

I was picked up by the busies for possession

Busier

ˈbɪz.i

Meanings of Busier:

adjective

Having a great deal to do.

Usage examples:

He had been too busy to enjoy himself
verb

Keep oneself occupied.

Usage examples:

She busied herself with her new home
noun

A police officer.

Usage examples:

I was picked up by the busies for possession

Meanings of Busies:

verb

Keep oneself occupied.

Usage examples:

She busied herself with her new home
noun

A police officer.

Usage examples:

I was picked up by the busies for possession
adjective

Having a great deal to do.

Usage examples:

He had been too busy to enjoy himself

Busiest

ˈbɪz.i

Meanings of Busiest:

adjective

Having a great deal to do.

Usage examples:

He had been too busy to enjoy himself
verb

Keep oneself occupied.

Usage examples:

She busied herself with her new home
noun

A police officer.

Usage examples:

I was picked up by the busies for possession

Meanings of Busily:

adverb

In a very active way.

Usage examples:

He was busily engaged in other activities

Business

ˈbɪz.nɪs

Meanings of Business:

noun

A person's regular occupation, profession, or trade.

Usage examples:

Experts who typically conduct their business over the internet

Meanings of Business as usual:

phrase

The ordinary operations of a company or organization.

Usage examples:

Apart from being under new management, it's business as usual in the department
idiom

The state of continuing in the usual way

Usage examples:

Today is officially a holiday, but it’s business as usual around here.

Meanings of Business traveler:

phrase

A traveler whose expenses are paid by the business he works for

Meanings of Business-executive:

noun

A master's degree in business for managers and executives

Meanings of Business-manager:

noun

A person in a company whose job is to manage one of its departments or areas of activity

Usage examples:

He called up his business managers every quarter and asked them what profit they planned to deliver…

Business-person

ˈbɪz.nɪs ˌpɜː.sən

Meanings of Business-person:

noun

A person who works in business, especially one who has a high position in a company

Meanings of Business-unit:

noun

A part of a company that operates as a separate part of the whole business

Usage examples:

Some departments were split in half to produce smaller business units.

Meanings of Businesses:

noun

A person's regular occupation, profession, or trade.

Usage examples:

Experts who typically conduct their business over the internet

Meanings of Businessese:

noun

= business-speak .

Businesslike

ˈbɪz.nɪs.laɪk

Meanings of Businesslike:

adjective

Having or indicating an efficient, practical, and systematic approach to one's work or a task.

Usage examples:

His brisk, businesslike tone

Meanings of Businessman:

noun

A man who works in commerce, especially at executive level.

Businessmen

ˈbɪz.nɪs.mən

Meanings of Businessmen:

noun

A man who works in commerce, especially at executive level.

Businesswoman

ˈbɪznɪsˌwʊmən

Meanings of Businesswoman:

noun

A woman who works in commerce, especially at executive level.

Usage examples:

A successful and self-reliant businesswoman

Businesswomen

ˈbɪz.nɪsˌwʊm.ən

Meanings of Businesswomen:

noun

A woman who works in commerce, especially at executive level.

Usage examples:

A successful and self-reliant businesswoman

Meanings of Busing:

verb

Transport in a communal road vehicle.

Usage examples:

Staff were bussed in and out of the factory
noun

A large motor vehicle carrying passengers by road, typically one serving the public on a fixed route and for a fare.

Usage examples:

I caught a bus

Meanings of Busk:

verb

Perform music or other entertainment in the street or another public place for monetary donations.

Usage examples:

The group began by busking on philadelphia sidewalks
noun

A stay or stiffening strip for a corset.

Usage examples:

These busks are flexible and create a smooth curved front to the corset whilst providing very firm …

Meanings of Busked:

verb

Perform music or other entertainment in the street or another public place for monetary donations.

Usage examples:

The group began by busking on philadelphia sidewalks
noun

A stay or stiffening strip for a corset.

Usage examples:

These busks are flexible and create a smooth curved front to the corset whilst providing very firm …

Busker

ˈbʌs.kər

Meanings of Busker:

noun

A person who performs music or other entertainment in the street or another public place for monetary donations.

Usage examples:

On any given corner you will be entertained by buskers

Meanings of Buskers:

noun

A person who performs music or other entertainment in the street or another public place for monetary donations.

Usage examples:

On any given corner you will be entertained by buskers

Buskin

ˈbʌskɪn

Meanings of Buskin:

noun

A calf-high or knee-high boot of cloth or leather.

Usage examples:

Now she was vested for the anointing; buskins, sandals and girdle put on, and over all a tabard of …

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