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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshow businessˈshow ˌbusiness (also showbiz informal) noun [uncountable]  AMAPPERFORMthe entertainment industry, for example television, films, popular theatre etcin show business Phyllis always wanted to be in show business. The restaurant is always full of show business personalities.
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show businessThere were great discussions especially among show business and literary figures, about the legalization of pot.Q: How do your friends feel about you being in show business?Or that the hardest-working man in show business is also a tortured artist?I finally found Martin Clunes, the most mobile mouth in show business, lurking behind a large moustache.He's celebrating 50 years in show business.I want them to realize that this is show business.Ken was a veritable factory of show business activity.It was back to show business, as if the scandal had ever really left it.