The Correct spelling is: business
Common misspellings of the word business are:
How do you spell business?. It is not buisness or busness or even bussiness for that matter!
- The occupation, work, or trade in which a person is engaged: the wholesale food business.
- A specific occupation or pursuit: the best designer in the business.
- Commercial, industrial, or professional dealings: new systems now being used in business.
- A commercial enterprise or establishment: bought his uncle's business.
- Volume or amount of commercial trade: Business had fallen off.
- Commercial dealings; patronage: took her business to a trustworthy salesperson.
- One's rightful or proper concern or interest: â€œThe business of America is businessâ€ (Calvin Coolidge).
- Something involving one personally: It's none of my business.
- Serious work or endeavor: got right down to business.
- An affair or matter: â€œWe will proceed no further in this businessâ€ (Shakespeare).
- An incidental action performed by an actor on the stage to fill a pause between lines or to provide interesting detail.
- Informal. Verbal abuse; scolding: gave me the business for being late.
- Obsolete. The condition of being busy.
[Middle English businesse, from bisi, busy. See busy.]
SYNONYMS business, industry, commerce, trade, traffic. These nouns apply to forms of activity that have the objective of supplying commodities. Business pertains broadly to commercial, financial, and industrial activity: decided to go into the oil business. Industry entails the production and manufacture of goods or commodities, especially on a large scale: the computer industry. Commerce and trade refer to the exchange and distribution of goods or commodities: laws regulating interstate commerce; involved in the domestic fur trade. Traffic pertains in particular to businesses engaged in the transportation of goods or passengers: renovated the docks to attract shipping traffic. The word may also suggest illegal trade: discovered a brisk traffic in stolen goods. See also synonyms at affair.