businessese

businessese

language typical of that used by business people or the world of business, characterized by use of jargon and abbreviation.
See also: Language Style
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The program was launched nationwide last April with an initial funding of P850 million, making available lower cost loans to Filipino micro entrepreneurs who are engaged in small businessese such as sari-sari stores and are vulnerable to usurious lenders in the absence of an alternative source.
In the new library environment, knowledge of librarianship comes second to an ability to parrot the fashionable words and phrases in businessese.
Readers whose continued employment arises from complying with these ill phrased documents must cringe and comply to the best of their understanding, since to complain that the documents are unclear is to be elitist and there is to be no elite but the businessese elite; and the businessese elite evidently win four year contracts to produce a report 2020 Vision, aimed at `ensuring that the vision and the future of libraries is realised with vigour, courage, sensitivity, authority and confidence, well into the 21st century'.

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