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Definition of 'show business'

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Example sentences containing 'show business'

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His show business friends also might not welcome it. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This had a lot to do with his career in show business. Kovel, Joel Red Hunting in the Promised Land: Anticommunism and the Making of America (1994)His show business career is, of course, legendary. Chris Gidney CELEBRATING SECOMBE: A Tribute to Sir Harry Secombe (2002)He had been modelling in Midwestern shopping centres for four years when his mother brought him to California to launch his career in show business. Times, Sunday Times (2016)

Translations for 'show business'

British English: show business /ʃəʊ ˈbɪznɪs/ NOUN
Show business is the entertainment industry.
He started his career in show business by playing the saxophone.
  • American English: show business
  • Arabic: عَالِمُ الِاسْتِعْراض
  • Brazilian Portuguese: mundo do espetáculo
  • Chinese: 演艺界
  • Croatian: šoubiznis
  • Czech: zábavní průmysl
  • Danish: showbusiness
  • Dutch: showbusiness
  • European Spanish: mundo del espectáculo
  • Finnish: viihdeala
  • French: industrie du spectacle
  • German: Showgeschäft
  • Greek: βιομηχανία θεάματος
  • Italian: industria dello spettacolo
  • Japanese: ショービジネス
  • Korean: 쇼 비즈니스
  • Norwegian: underholdningsbransje
  • Polish: show-biznes
  • European Portuguese: mundo do espetáculo
  • Romanian: show-business
  • Russian: индустрия развлечений
  • Spanish: mundo del espectáculo
  • Swedish: nöjesbranschen
  • Thai: ธุรกิจการบันเทิง
  • Turkish: eğlence sektörü
  • Ukrainian: шоу-бізнес
  • Vietnamese: ngành kinh doanh giải trí

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