Definition of Business establishment
1. Noun. An establishment (a factory or an assembly plant or retail store or warehouse etc.) where business is conducted, goods are made or stored or processed or where services are rendered.
Generic synonyms: Establishment
Specialized synonyms: Gambling Den, Gambling Hell, Gambling House, Gaming House, Health Club, Health Spa, Spa, Casino-hotel, Hotel-casino, Massage Parlor, Mercantile Establishment, Outlet, Retail Store, Sales Outlet, Business Office, Office, Spot
Lexicographical Neighbors of Business Establishment
Literary usage of Business establishment
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Trust Laws and Unfair Competition by United States Bureau of Corporations, Joseph E. Davies (1916)
"Whoever In business dealings uses a name of a person, n firm name, or the special designation of a business establishment, of nn industrial undertaking, ..."
2. Special Bulletin by New York (State). Dept. of Labor (1912)
"The appellant claims that tlie tugboat in question was a " business establishment " within the meaning of the statute and the complaint was drawn and the ..."
3. Reports of Cases in Criminal Law Argued and Determined in All the Courts in by Edward William Cox (1899)
"... in the words and figures following, that is to say, " Housekeeper wanted for branch business establishment in Midlands ; one from country preferred. ..."
4. The Trust Problem by Jeremiah Whipple Jenks, Walter Ernest Clark (1917)
"If the facts specified in paragraph 1 are asserted or circulated by an employee or representative in a business establishment, then the owner of the ..."
5. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in Ohio Courts of Record by Robert D. Handy, William Disney (1899)
"At the time his first note went to protest he owned besides this business establishment, forty or fifty thousand shares of stock in other corporations, ..."
6. Business Organization and Combination: An Analysis of the Evolution and by Lewis Henry Haney (1916)
"As an entrepreneur, or business enterpriser, enlarges his business establishment, his powers are more and more taxed, until he reaches his limit. ..."