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Firm definition and meaning Collins English Dictionary.
Times, Sunday Times 2016. Much of the firm's' business was drawn from the local furniture industry. Tom Cannon Basic Marketing. Principles and Practice 1986. They must be firm favourites now to win the Championship. Moynihan, John Kevin Keegan Black and White 1993. The research also includes islanders who have joined the boards of British firms in the past year.
FIRM meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
firm Local manufacturing firms are under heavy competitive pressure, often from off-shore production. set up/start up/establish a firm Her grandfather had set up the firm soon after the war. run/manage a firm The firm was run from an office in Bolton.
Firm Definition.
Although not common under the firm umbrella, there exists some sole proprietorship businesses that operate as firms. A partnership is a business owned by two or more people; there is no limit to the number of partners that can have a stake in ownership.
Firm Definition of Firm by Merriam-Webster.
2: not subject to price weakness: steady firm commodities. b: not easily moved or disturbed: steadfast a firm believer in democracy. c: well-founded firm evidence of criminal activity. 3: indicating firmness or resolution a firm mouth a firm voice. Definition of firm Entry 2 of 4.:
firm meaning of firm in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English LDOCE.
firm firm 3 verb transitive PRESS to press down on soil to make it harder or more solid firm something up See Verb table Examples from the Corpus firm The researchers are to examine more trees including four more species before they firm up their claims.
firm Wiktionary.
With such constant off-field turmoil Hughtons work has been remarkable and this may have been his last game in charge. West Bromwich Albion, searching for a replacement for Roy Hodgson, are firm admirers. Durable, rigid material state firm flesh; firm muscles, firm wood; firm land i.e.

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