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microbusiness Line breaks: micro|busi¦ness
Pronunciation: /ˌmʌɪkrə(ʊ)ˈbɪznɪs/

Definition of microbusiness in English:


A business that operates on a very small scale: more than half the new enterprises are sole proprietorships or microbusinesses with no more than two employees
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  • There were more then one million microbusinesses that needed money to expand and couldn't get it.
  • Along with bolstering savings, workers are looking to microbusinesses as a hedge against the risk of layoffs or pay cuts.
  • You see women with cell phones in the villages of India, running microbusinesses.

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