- to trade
to carry out commercial activities
- n.进位,射程,运载 vt.携带,运送,支持,支撑,传送,意味 vi.被携带,能达到
- adj.外面的,下台的,出局的 adv.在外,出声地,显露出来地,明显地,从头至尾地 n.外面,外出,外观 vt.赶出,击倒,使退场 vi.外出,暴露 prep.通过
- He wants to be a doctor or go into business.
- 价格一经商定, 交易很快就达成了。
- Once the price had been agreed, a deal was quickly concluded.
- But the areas of our mutual cooperation continue to expand. We have already agreed to cooperate more closely in trade, technology, investment, and exchanges of scientific and managerial expertise.
- He is a merchant in occupation.
- My uncle gave me some money to start me out in trade.
- I associated with him in business.
- He is inexperienced in business.
- They are highly successful in business.
- Dan was a good student at school; we expect him to go places in business.
- In addition to containing the origins of the salient business practices echoed in vitale's10rings barnum's wonderfully homespun advice included warnings to not spend more than you make not to drink or smoke and to seek out simple pleasures.
- Be you on a business trip?
- The bilateral fta will not only institutionalize our access to the chinese market but also give our businessmen a leg up in their dealings in china.
- He applied bait-and-switch tactics in business.
- I do understand that when a child grows up he has to leave home for studies work or business.he cannot be tied down to his mother's apron string forever.it is not always avoidable for a son to travel far in order to develop his career.once he leaves home he can look after himself even better than the protective arms of his parents. I am sure you can do that and hence I do not worry at all.
- As I want to go to business I cannot but borrow some money from a bank.