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    • Join Date: May 2008
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    a large percentage of business

    Hello.

    1. a large amount of business
    2. a large percentage of business
    Are these two interchangeable?

    percentage - Definition from Longman English Dictionary Online
    < percentage >
    an amount expressed as if it is part of a total which is 100

    Everbuild is expecting to win a large amount of business
    Company achievements
    Two companies have opened an account with Everbuild and orders to come shortly. Everbuild is expecting to win a large amount of business as a result of the work undertaken by UKTI.

    How Does Climate Change Affect Me
    Who is to blame for this? My little bit can't make all that difference. Twenty-seven per cent of carbon emissions come from homes which means the rest comes from business in some form or other and a large percentage of business involves small to medium enterprises and farms, just like most of us.


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    Re: a large percentage of business

    1. a large amount of business
    2. a large percentage of business
    Are these two interchangeable?


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    Re: a large percentage of business

    No

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