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business education

noun
1.
education for general knowledge of business practices.
2.
training in specific skills useful in business, such as typing and shorthand.
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  • I could not experiment on the small fund which my father had given Frank for his business education.

  • "I'd like to have charge of your business education," he said significantly.

    The Bachelors William Dana Orcutt
  • Next year, if you like, we will take up the matter of your business education.

    A Man's Hearth Eleanor M. Ingram
  • I had lent money to several fellows who wanted to get a business education.

    The Iron Puddler James J. Davis
  • His nervous power would urge him to haste and carelessness, but his business education will restrain him.

  • Out of this each boy contributed part of his share toward a sum sufficient to give Elmer a business education.

    The Air Ship Boys H.L. Sayler
  • His father offered him his choice of either a university or a business education.

    The Fiction Factory John Milton Edwards
  • business education of collegiate grade is a very recent development.

    College Teaching Paul Klapper
  • President Young further impressed upon young ladies the necessity of some sort of business education.

    Wilford Woodruff Matthias F. Cowley

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