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biz

[ biz ]SEE DEFINITION OF biz
  • as inprofession
  • as inpursuit
  • as inbusiness

Synonyms for biz

  • art
  • business
  • career
  • craft
  • employment
  • field
  • line of work
  • occupation
  • pursuit
  • role
  • situation
  • specialty
  • undertaking
  • avocation
  • berth
  • billet
  • calling
  • concern
  • dodge
  • engagement
  • game
  • handicraft
  • lifework
  • line
  • office
  • position
  • post
  • service
  • slot
  • sphere
  • thing
  • trade
  • vocation
  • chosen work
  • métier
  • rat race
  • walk of life
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Antonyms for biz

  • entertainment
  • recreation
  • surrender
  • unemployment
  • fun
  • pastime
  • hobby
  • quiet
  • silence
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BIZ

I've a man at hand that will swallow your lines and biz in half an hour.

Before he had been a week in camp they found that he knew his biz, and they made him a sergeant.

The case is jes this, 'n' you know it: it's our biz to do anybody out o' our class.

Him an' me took to the book-agentin' biz the same day, we did.

Now, take a ton of email that's not spam -- in the biz, they call that "ham" -- and do the same.

I ain't no beggar, an' biz'ness is biz'ness, even with Ladies' Aiders, I'm thinkin'.

He's been a showman in his time, but says he hasn't been in the biz for several years.

The bunch borrowed a mighty good.45 of mine I need in my biz.

Me mudder wasn't built to stand de wear and tear, an' about de time I was foist chased off to school, she went out o' biz.

But when he is friendliest you want to watch out he don't slip an upper cut at you that'll put you out of biz.

WORD ORIGIN

1862, American English, colloquial and phonetic shortening of business.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BIZ

business

nounjob, profession
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.