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stroke of business

Definition of stroke of business in English:

A profitable transaction.
Example sentences
  • Good for them, they did a good stroke of business for the church of God.
  • But I have done a good stroke of business for the treasury.
  • It is extremely good stroke of business because of its location and minor amount you have to pay for improving the living standard.
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