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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of business people

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of business people:
/bɪznəs pipəl/

Derived Form of business

plural: businesses
a commercial or industrial enterprise and the people who constitute it
  1. he bought his brother's business
  2. a small mom-and-pop business
  3. a racially integrated business concern
Synonymsconcern, business concern, business organization, business organisation,
Hyponymsagency, brokerage, carrier, chain, firm, franchise, manufacturer, partnership, processor, shipbuilder, underperformer,
Type ofenterprise,
Typesagency, brokerage, business firm, carrier, chain, common carrier, dealership, firm, franchise, house, maker, manufacturer, manufacturing business, partnership, processor, shipbuilder, underperformer,
the activity of providing goods and services involving financial and commercial and industrial aspects
  1. computers are now widely used in business
Synonymscommercial enterprise, business enterprise,
Hyponymsadvertising, agribusiness, butchery, construction, discount business, employee-owned enterprise, field, finance, fishing, industry, packaging, printing, publication, real-estate business, storage, tourism, transportation, venture,
Meronymsbusiness activity,
Partsbusiness activity, commercial activity,
Type ofcommerce, commercialism, mercantilism,
Typesadvertising, agribusiness, agriculture, building, butchering, butchery, construction, discount business, employee-owned business, employee-owned enterprise, factory farm, field, field of operation, finance, fishing, industry, line of business, manufacture, packaging, printing, publication, publicizing, publishing, real-estate business, shipping, storage, tourism, touristry, transport, transportation, venture,
Part ofmarket, marketplace,
the principal activity in your life that you do to earn money
  1. he's not in my line of business
Synonymsoccupation, job, line of work, line,
Hyponymsaccountancy, appointment, career, catering, confectionery, employment, farming, game, metier, photography, position, profession, sport, trade, treadmill,
Type ofactivity,
Typesaccountancy, accounting, appointment, berth, billet, biz, calling, career, catering, craft, employment, farming, game, land, medium, metier, office, photography, place, position, post, profession, salt mine, situation, sport, spot, trade, treadmill, vocation, work,
a rightful concern or responsibility
  1. it's none of your business
  2. mind your own business
Type ofconcern, headache, vexation, worry,
an immediate objective
  1. gossip was the main business of the evening
Type ofaim, object, objective, target,
the volume of commercial activity
  1. business is good today
  2. show me where the business was today
Hyponymsland-office business, trade,
Hypernymsbusiness activity,
business concerns collectively
  1. Government and business could not agree
Synonymsbusiness sector,
Hyponymsbig business,
Type ofsector,
Typesbig business,
customers collectively
  1. they have an upper class clientele
Synonymsclientele, patronage,
Type ofpeople,
incidental activity performed by an actor for dramatic effect
  1. his business with the cane was hilarious
Synonymsstage business, byplay,
Type ofacting, performing, playacting, playing,
Typesschtick, schtik, shtick, shtik,
the volume of business activity
Type ofbusiness activity, commercial activity,
Typesland-office business, patronage, trade,

Derived Form of people

plural: peoples
third person: peoples
past: peopled
past participle: peopled
present participle: peopling
(plural) any group of human beings (men or women or children) collectively
  1. old people
  2. there were at least 200 people in the audience
Hyponymsage group, ancients, baffled, blind, blood, brave, business people, chosen people, class, clientele, coevals, damned, dead, deaf, defeated, disabled, doomed, enemy, episcopacy, folk, free, homebound, initiate, living, lobby, mentally retarded, migration, nation, nationality, network army, peanut gallery, peoples, pocket, poor people, populace, population, rank and file, retreated, rich people, sick, smart money, timid, tradespeople, unconfessed, unemployed people, uninitiate, womankind, wounded,
Partshuman, individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul,
Type ofgroup, grouping,
Typesa people, age bracket, age group, ancients, baffled, blind, blood, blood group, blood type, brave, business, business people, businesspeople, cautious, chosen people, class, clientele, coevals, cohort, common people, community, contemporaries, country, damned, dead, deaf, defeated, disabled, discomfited, doomed, enemy, enlightened, folk, free, free people, generation, homebound, homeless, initiate, land, living, lost, maimed, mentally retarded, migration, nation, network army, patronage, peanut gallery, pocket, populace, population, public, rank and file, retreated, sick, smart money, social class, socio-economic class, timid, unconfessed, uninitiate, womankind, world, wounded,
Part ofhuman beings, human race, humanity, humankind, humans, man, mankind, world,
the body of citizens of a state or country
  1. the Spanish people
HyponymsAchaean, Aeolian, country people, Dorian, electorate, governed, Ionian,
Type ofgroup, grouping,
Typeselectorate, governed,
members of a family line
  1. his people have been farmers for generations
  2. are your people still alive?
Type offamily, family line, folk, kinfolk, kinsfolk, phratry, sept,
the common people generally
  1. separate the warriors from the mass
  2. power to the people
Synonymsmultitude, masses, mass, hoi polloi, the great unwashed,
Hyponymsaudience, following, laity,
Type ofgroup, grouping,
Typesaudience, followers, following, laity, temporalty,
fill with people
  1. Stalin wanted to people the empty steppes
furnish with people
  1. The plains are sparsely populated
fill with people or supply with inhabitants
Type offill, fill up, make full,
make one's home or live in
Synonymsdomicile, domiciliate, dwell, inhabit, live, populate, reside, shack,
Type ofbe,
Typesbivouac, board, camp, camp out, cohabit, encamp, lodge, lodge in, neighbor, neighbour, occupy, overpopulate, reside, room, rusticate, shack up, tent,

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  11. We don't make a profit, but we don't care because we're not going thickeners and we're horrible business people
  12. Pomory were not only fishermen. They were business people too.
  13. by Canary Wharf, the financial area used by a lot of business people flying round Europe
  14. Rather than being just the lingua franca of international business people and diplomats,
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  19. Tim was nominated as one of FastCompany's most innovative business people of 2007 and