Definitions

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  • adv. In terms of business.

Etymologies

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business +‎ -wise

Examples

  • And when that went horribly wrong, Bob was the last man standing -- or reclining in his office, anyway -- and became the single EIC, during some of Marvel's darkest years businesswise.

    Is there no one who does not cheer new DC editor-in-chief BOB HARRAS?

  • More important than trying to understand what was right or wrong businesswise, her job was to shield Joel from the media and from people like Madeline.

    Destined

  • How he was going to make the town famous, how things might get a little better around here businesswise.

    The Taste of Coins from Treasure Troves

  • Not a good week for me, businesswise, but come Monday I'll be oriented and ready to go no, I'm not flying to Japan.

    I reorient myself with respect to the dog.

  • Also, what we're looking at businesswise is a lot of the people who are especially big supporters are older people who are buying albums.

    CNN Transcript Dec 3, 2009

  • Moreover, Hispanics are now the largest American minority group: businesswise, it's a no-brainer.

    Why Can't A Black Actress Play The Girlfriend?

  • Dear Petite, the news of your dismissal has reached us this morning via internet, so that millions of quebecers like me and canadians will read about this incredible businesswise decision by your bosses will cost them a lot of negative publicity worldwide.

    two months’ notice

  • On the other hand, if it actually worked, it could make things much better, and not just businesswise.

    Sex and the South Beach Chicas

  • And Ricardo got more than he bargained for businesswise…and less in the personal department.

    The Brush Off

  • In the sense of business, you know, for example, in the U.S., we are having a lot of problems businesswise, international is very strong.

    CNN Transcript Dec 20, 2003

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