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    What does this idiom mean?

    I would like to know what does "business is business" mean? thanks

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    Re: What does this idiom mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I would like to know what does "business is business" mean? thanks

    It means that money has precedence over personal considerations.

    Eg: She is my sister and I don't want to take any money from her but business is business.

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