A dictionary of the basic business vocabulary used in both British and American English. It contains thousands of basic business terms. The terms cover all aspects of business life from the office to the stock exchange and international trade fairs. The vocabulary covers all aspects of everyday business usage; office practice, buying and selling, banking, insurance, stock exchange, warehousing and distribution. Differences between British and American usage are highlighted. The definitions are given in simple English, using only 460 words in addition to the words already listed in the dictionary. This makes it useful for students whose first language is not English. Throughout the text short quotations are given from current newspapers and magazines, to show that the terms used in the dictionary do exist in qreal lifeq. The quotes come from British, American, Canadian, Australian and Hong Kong sources. 'This is definitely the one I would recommend' - Times Educational Supplement2.a commercial company aHe owns a small car repair business. ... of a trade union business call /EbEoznEos kEEl/ noun a visit to talk to someone about business business card /EbEoznEos kEEd/ noun a card showinga businesspersona#39;s nameanbsp;...
|Title||:||Dictionary of Business|
|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury Publishing - 2015-02-08|