Translation: from spanish

business as usual

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  • business as usual — phrase used for describing a situation in which everything happens normally, especially after a period of time when things happen in a different way Less than a week after the fire it was business as usual. Thesaurus: ordinary and normalsynonym… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Business as Usual — Album par Men at Work Sortie 9 novembre 1981 (AUS) 22 avril 1982 (US) Enregistrement 1981 Durée 38:11 Genre rock Producteur Peter …   Wikipédia en Français

  • business as usual — ► used to say that a business is operating, people are working, etc. in the way that they normally do: »It will be business as usual for the office even while the building work is going on. Main Entry: ↑business …   Financial and business terms

  • Business as Usual — Infobox Album | Name = Business as Usual Type = Album Artist = Men at Work Released = December 1981 (AUS), August 24 1982 (USA) Recorded = October 1981 Genre = New wave Rock Length = 38:11 Label = Columbia Producer = Peter McIan Reviews = *… …   Wikipedia

  • Business as usual — Geflügelte Worte   A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • business as usual — alles wie gewohnt * * * busi|ness as usu|al [ bɪznɪs əz ju:ʒʊəl; engl. = Geschäftsleben, Geschäfte wie üblich; Ausspruch des brit. Staatsmannes W. Churchill (1874–1965) auf einem Bankett am 9. 11. 1914 als Kommentar zur politischen Lage]: die… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • business as usual — a situation that has returned to its usual state again after an unpleasant or surprising event. It was business as usual at the school yesterday only a month after the fire …   New idioms dictionary

  • business as usual — noun a) The normal course of an activity, particularly in circumstances that are out of the ordinary. b) The normal execution of standard functional operations within an organisation, particularly in contrast to a project or program which would… …   Wiktionary

  • business as usual —    After an unpleasant or unexpected event, this expression means that everything is continuing in a normal way, in spite of the difficulties.     It was business as usual at the supermarket the day after the hold up …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • business as usual — everything is normal, nothing has changed    The morning after the holdup, it was business as usual at the bank …   English idioms

  • business as usual — used for describing a situation in which everything happens normally, especially after a period of time when things happen in a different way Less than a week after the fire it was business as usual …   English dictionary


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