Synonym: achievement, adventure, ambition, business, deed, endeavor, exploit, project, undertaking, venture. Similar words: interpret, interpretation, surprising, comprise, surprisingly, counterpart, entertainment, center. Meaning: ['entəpraɪz] n. 1. a purposeful or industrious undertaking (especially one that requires effort or boldness) 2. an organization created for business ventures 3. readiness to embark on bold new ventures.
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3 This is a private enterprise.
4 They are determined to carry forward the enterprise.
5 I aided him in his enterprise.
6 State bureaucracies can tend to stifle enterprise and initiative.
7 Don't forget this is a commercial enterprise - we're here to make money.
8 Free enterprise, he argued, was compatible with Russian values and traditions.
9 Because it is in an enterprise zone, taxes on non-food items are 3.5% instead of the usual 7%.
10 The programme is a joint enterprise with the National Business School.
11 The programme is a joint enterprise with the London Business School.
12 The music festival is a new enterprise which we hope will become an annual event.
13 I thought she showed great enterprise.
14 The Act will encourage private enterprise.
15 They were rightly praised for their thrift and enterprise.
16 Conservativegovernments in Britain favour private enterprise rather than nationalization.
17 The enterprise collapsed through lack of support.
18 We're looking for young people with enterprise and creativity.
19 She was never discouraged in her enterprise.
20 You shouldn't underestimate the risks of the enterprise.
21 Horse breeding is indeed a risky enterprise.
22 He is bound to succeed in his enterprise.
23 He is a man of great enterprise.
24 All our capital is locked up in that enterprise.
25 The government can't bail out every unprofitable state enterprise.
26 They are willing to undertake a new enterprise.
27 An enterprise should encourage innovation.
28 He runs a successful small enterprise.
29 The enterprise was doomed to failure.
30 The boss has put all his money into that speculative enterprise.
More similar words: interpret, interpretation, surprising, comprise, surprisingly, counterpart, entertainment, center, enter into, enter upon, intervention, arise, prisoner, give rise to, hunter, terrorist, terrorism, counter, painter, interact, interior, internal, interest, Internet, interval, chastisement, intent, interfere, interview, in terms of.