a person regularly employed in business, especially a white-collar worker, executive, or owner.
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noun (pl) -people, -persons
a person engaged in commercial or industrial business, esp as an owner or executive
a person regularly employed in business, especially a white-collar worker, executive, or owner. businesspersons collectively. Contemporary Examples Jill Zarin’s Fashion Savvy Reaps Reality TV’s Rewards With a Line Called Skweez Couture Misty White Sidell March 17, 2013 The Dems’ Fork in the Road David Frum November 11, 2013 The ‘Money Honey’ Fires Back Lloyd Grove […]
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a form of mail, as a postcard, letter, or envelope, usually sent as an enclosure, and which can be mailed back by respondents without their having to pay postage.
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