business college

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noun

a school for training students in the clerical aspects of business and commerce, as in typing or bookkeeping.

Nearby words

  1. business before pleasure,
  2. business card,
  3. business case,
  4. business casual,
  5. business class,
  6. business cycle,
  7. business cycles,
  8. business double,
  9. business education,
  10. business end

Origin of business college

An Americanism dating back to 1860–65

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Examples from the Web for business college

  • I went to the business-college and learned book-keeping, and afterward I learned typewriting and shorthand.

  • Everybody helped him register third prep, with business-college extras.

    At Good Old Siwash|George Fitch


British Dictionary definitions for business college

business college

noun

a college providing courses in secretarial studies, business management, accounting, commerce, etc
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