Spellweb is your one-stop resource for definitions, synonyms and correct spelling for English words,
such as business. On this page you can see how to spell business. Also,
for some words, you can find their
definitions, list of synonyms, as well as list of common misspellings.
mechanized, in industry, factory-made, industrialized, machine-made, smokestack.
ballgame, flurry, haste, hopper, motion, spirit, stir, Movements, hoppers, in the works, big idea, in work.
action, activity, agility, animation, conduct, energy, enterprise, exercise, kinetics, liveliness, motion, movement, performance, stirring.
affair, assignment, barter, calling, career, commerce, commission, company, concern, consortium, corporation, dealings, employment, establishment, exchange, firm, holding, industry, interest, job, labor, livelihood, management, market, merchant, negotiation, occupation, partnership, position, posting, practice, profession, proprietorship, retailing, selling, service, situation, specialty, station, trade, transaction, venture, vocation, busy work.
clientage, dependents, regulars, clientry.
affairs, bargaining, barter, commercialism, deal, dealings, exchange, industrialism, industry, merchandising, sales, selling, trading, traffic, transaction, undertaking, Manufacturing, contracts, buying and selling, capital and labor, production and distribution.
cartel, concern, corporation, establishment, factory, firm, house, institution, market, mill, monopoly, organization, outfit, partnership, setup, shop, store, syndicate, trust, venture, fly-by-night operation, megacorp, shoestring operation.
wire pulling, balls in air, irons in fire.
duty, liability, obligation, responsibility.
social science, Social Sciences, the dismal science.
jest, pastime, re-creation, Festivities, re-creations.
business, business concern, Business Organisation, business organization, concern.
bag, biz, calling, career, craft, dodge, employment, field, function, game, line, livelihood, occupation, pursuit, racket, specialty, trade, vocation, work, what one is into, métier.
forte, line, specialization, specializations.
obligation, Accountableness, due bill.
affair, assignment, beeswax, duty, happening, interest, issue, lookout, matter, palaver, point, problem, question, responsibility, subject, task, topic, carrying on, goings-on, hanky-panky.
closeout, vendition, closeouts, unloadings.
point in question.
buying and selling, commercial goods.
Examples of usage:
– Wives and Widows; or The Broken Life by Ann S. Stephens
– The Nether World by George Gissing
– Furze the Cruel by John Trevena
– Two Poets Lost Illusions Part I by Honore de Balzac
– Judith of the Cumberlands by Alice MacGowan