Definition of chamber of commerce in English:

chamber of commerce

Syllabification: cham·ber of com·merce
(abbreviation: C. of C.)


A local association to promote and protect the interests of the business community in a particular place.
More example sentences
  • The local Chamber of Commerce and Business Network International meetings are a great starting point.
  • Your local Chamber of Commerce and Business Link can provide a wide variety of opportunities for your idea.
  • We do plan to consult with the Chamber of Commerce, but also businesses that are not part of the chamber.

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