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business classair-travel category, in business-class section
airman first classU.S. Air Force enlisted person
big businessmost important firms
biz (business)commercial company intended to earn profits
business administrationbusiness studies
business cardvisiting card
business cycleeconomic boom and bust, trade cycle
business daywork day, period of time when a business operates
business districtarea for businesses
business endfunctional part of something
business envelopestandard envelope size
business hourshours of operation, normal office hours
business planplan of future strategy
business schoolgraduate school in business
business suitsuit of matching coat and pants
cabin classin cabin class, intermediate class on passenger ships
ClassApplies to derivative products. Options of the same type - put or call - with the same underlying security. See: series.
classassign to a group, classify; attribute, ascribe, classroom; status; section, department; data structure which also contains the procedures for processing the data (Computers), division according to quality, elegance in style, excellence, group of simil...
class actexcellent person or thing
class actionmultiple-plaintiff litigation
class strugglestruggle for power between classes
class-consciousaware of own social class, believing in class struggle
class.classic, classical, classification, classified
club classintermediate class for airline passengers
COBOL (Common Business Oriented Language)(Computers) programming language used mainly in mainframe computers
Common Business Oriented Languageprogramming language mainly used in mainframe computers, COBOL
DBA (Doing Business As)formal announcement that a person or company is conducting business under a different name
economy classcheaper category, economy
economy class syndrometype of thrombosis
first classbest accommodations, best class
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