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biz

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Pronunciation: /bɪz
 
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Definition of biz in English:

noun

informal
A business, especially one connected with entertainment: the music biz
More example sentences
  • There's nothing like going after the entertainment biz to drum up some headlines.
  • In the parlance of the entertainment biz, these companies were really just projects.
  • As mentioned before, I made my living as a song and dance man in the entertainment biz.

Origin

mid 19th century (originally US): abbreviation.

Words that rhyme with biz

Cadíz, Cadiz, fizz, frizz, gee-whiz, his, is, jizz, Liz, Ms, phiz, quiz, squiz, swizz, tizz, viz, whizz, wiz, zizz

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