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business park

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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business parkˈbusiness ˌpark noun [countable]  TIFAREAan area where many companies and businesses have buildings and offices
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business parkThe area named in the court order has been used by gypsies but is earmarked for a new £125m business park.Pleasanton built a business park that ignited a commercial exodus from several Bay Area cities and sent its real estate skyrocketing.A business park will provide offices and light industrial premises.The Crossing Business Center, a 115-acre business park and employment center within Summerlin.So Oxford's Lord Mayor was the first to wield the demolition hammer to help make way for a new business park.The deal means property developer Legacy will turn the Dome into a hi-tech business park.The mosque, a converted office in a Tempe business park, is wall-to-wall with faithful.But like much of Texas during that period, the business park was a bust.
From Longman Business Dictionarybusiness parkˈbusiness ˌpark noun [countable]PROPERTY an area of land where many companies have their buildings and offices, usually just outside a cityThe Cambridge Business Park is located to the North East of Cambridge.
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