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entrepreneurial

[ ahn-truh-pruh-nur-ee-uhl, -noor- ]
/ ˌɑn trə prəˈnɜr i əl, -ˈnʊər- /
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adjective
of or relating to a business or endeavor, especially one that involves considerable individual initiative and risk:The article highlights what some cities are doing to promote entrepreneurial development.Innovation, when combined with an entrepreneurial streak, can be a powerful catalyst for economic growth.
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Origin of entrepreneurial

OTHER WORDS FROM entrepreneurial

en·tre·pre·neur·i·al·ly, adverben·tre·pre·neur·i·al·ism, en·tre·pre·neur·ism, nounnon·en·tre·pre·neur·i·al, adjectivesem·i·en·tre·pre·neur·i·al, adjective
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