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do business (with)

This page is about the collocation do business (with)

collocation pattern: verb + noun

Meaning

to engage in business activity

For example

  • We only do business with well-known companies.

  • It's not easy doing business in a country if you don't speak the language.

Quick Quiz

If you're doing business with a company, you could be

a. competing with them

b. investigating them

c. trading with them

Contributor: Matt Errey