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  • n. Plural form of businessperson.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. people who transact business (especially business executives)


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  • Cemex gave other Latin American businesspeople the confidence to expand abroad.

    Hard Times for Cement Man

  • A survey of Latin American businesspeople by PricewaterhouseCoopers in 2000 rated Cemex the region's most admired company.

    Hard Times for Cement Man

  • Associated Press Brazil's Finance Minister Guido Mantega Brazil is feeling confident enough about its economic place in the world that its leftist president, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, recently joked to an audience of Latin American businesspeople that he had lectured President Bush on cleaning up the U.S. credit crisis.

    Brazil Joins Front Rank

  • Matt used to joke that he would never become an entremanure, as he called businesspeople back then.

    Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas

  • Representatives from U.S. business organizations join Vietnamese businesspeople to participate in discussions on the U.S.

    Fact Sheet On New Opportunities For The Us And Vietnam

  • there isn't any, but that the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau and other hospitality agencies can't talk about what is there - the pleasures that anonymous short-term businesspeople might like to enjoy under the cloak of darkness.

    pecanne log

  • Denise Burdick, who cold-calls businesspeople for a Ryla client, says that given the industry's reputation for wearisome and thankless work, she "never would have thought I'd end up in telemarketing."

    Telemarketer Bucks High Turnover Trend

  • Inevitably, Linchpin has provoked protests from those who believe there is something sacred about art and artists, and that calling businesspeople 'artists' flatters them and demeans the term:

    Lateral Action

  • The fee also entitled the businesspeople to listen to speeches by various Labor politicians during the conference.

    The Australian | News |

  • After watching my dear father die of emphysema after four torturous months in a nursing home, I'm left with nothing but contempt for these "businesspeople" who blithely talk about making their products more appealing to the customer while ignoring the devastation they wreak upon the ignorant and vulnerable.

    Whether Here or There, Cigarettes Still Kill People


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