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  ( enterprises    plural  )
1       n-count   An enterprise is a company or business, often a small one.     (BUSINESS)   usu with supp, oft adj N  
There are plenty of small industrial enterprises.     
2       n-count   An enterprise is something new, difficult, or important that you do or try to do.  
usu supp N   (=venture)  
Horse breeding is indeed a risky enterprise.     
3       n-uncount   Enterprise is the activity of managing companies and businesses and starting new ones.     (BUSINESS)   usu supp N  
He is still involved in voluntary work promoting local enterprise., ...a national program of subsidies to private enterprise.     
4       n-uncount   Enterprise is the ability to think of new and effective things to do, together with an eagerness to do them.,   (approval)    ...the spirit of enterprise worthy of a free and industrious people.     

enterprise zone        ( enterprise zones    plural  ) An enterprise zone is an area, usually a depressed or inner-city area, where the government offers incentives in order to attract new businesses.     (BUSINESS)      n-count  
Because it is in an enterprise zone, taxes on non-food items are 3.5% instead of the usual 7%.     
free enterprise     
Free enterprise is an economic system in which businesses compete for profit without much government control.     (BUSINESS)      n-uncount  
private enterprise     
Private enterprise is industry and business which is owned by individual people or commercial companies, and not by the government or an official organization.     (BUSINESS)      n-uncount  
...the government's plans to sell state companies to private enterprise.     
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1    adventure, effort, endeavour, essay, operation, plan, programme, project, undertaking, venture  
2    activity, adventurousness, alertness, audacity, boldness, daring, dash, drive, eagerness, energy, enthusiasm, get-up-and-go     (informal)   gumption     (informal)   initiative, pep, push     (informal)   readiness, resource, resourcefulness, spirit, vigour, zeal  
3    business, company, concern, establishment, firm, operation  

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