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e-business

n
1. (Commerce) a business which uses the internet to sell goods or services, esp one which does not also have shops or offices that people can visit or phone
2. (Commerce)
a. the act of buying, selling, and ordering goods and services using the internet
b. (as modifier): proven e-business solutions.
3. (Commerce) (as modifier): proven e-business solutions.

e-business

Commercial transactions carried out on the Internet. Also called e-commerce.
Translations

e-business

[ˈiːˌbɪznɪs] N
1. (= company) → negocio m electrónico
2. (= commerce) → comercio m electrónico, comercio m E

e-business

n
(= company)Internetfirma f
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