Definition of 'business trip'
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Over the last year the pair have frequently taken business trips without one another. The Sun (2015)He wanted me to go on one of his business trips to a fun city or just to escape to a local resort for a weekend. Christianity Today (2000)Amber's husband gets back from a business trip tonight and she has impressed upon me the importance of having the house clean. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Last summer his dad came back from a business trip to the Far East and presented his son with an extravagant gift. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I can't wait till Friday when you get back from your business trip. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'business trip'
British English: business trip /ˈbɪznɪs trɪp/ NOUN
A business trip is a journey that you make to a place and back again as part of your job.
- American English: business trip
- Arabic: رِحْلَة العَمَل
- Brazilian Portuguese: viagem de negócios
- Chinese: 商务旅行
- Croatian: poslovni put
- Czech: služební cesta
- Danish: forretningsrejse
- Dutch: zakenreis
- European Spanish: viaje de negocios
- Finnish: liikematka
- French: voyage d’affaires
- German: Geschäftsreise
- Greek: επαγγελματικό ταξίδι
- Italian: viaggio d'affari
- Japanese: 出張
- Korean: 출장
- Norwegian: forretningsreise
- Polish: podróż służbowa
- European Portuguese: viagem de negócios
- Romanian: delegație
- Russian: деловая поездка
- Spanish: viaje de negocios
- Swedish: affärsresa
- Thai: การเดินทางไปทำธุรกิจ
- Turkish: iş seyahati
- Ukrainian: відрядження
- Vietnamese: chuyến công tác
Definition of business trip from the Collins English Dictionary
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