It is almost like another America—one where most people raise their children, and push education and enterprise.
I asked Brian Schmitz, a brand manager, how Grolsch would benefit from the enterprise.
The television shows were prolific: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and enterprise.
The hard work lies ahead: There is more to the Christian enterprise than merely being more kind, more sympathetic.
“The scourge of enterprise IT departments” is how Mann referred to current attitudes about Dropbox.
It is an American enterprise, with British and Mexican associations.
If he failed in one enterprise he would start off on another.
He was afraid the chiefest places of his enterprise might be attempted, and he should be undone.
There was both a scarcity of cash and a lack of faith in the enterprise.
Their enterprise, energy, and thrift made them natural leaders in the community.
early 15c., "an undertaking," from Old French enterprise "an undertaking," noun use of fem. past participle of entreprendre "undertake, take in hand," from entre- "between" (see entre-) + prendre "to take," contraction of prehendere (see prehensile). Abstract sense of "readiness to undertake challenges, spirit of daring" is from late 15c.
A business, generally a large one.